Virectin: How Safe is Virectin?
When comparing sexual enhancement products, is always a good idea to take a step back and look at the big picture. Virectin offers an effect which is referred to as vasodilation, that is the dilation of the blood vessels. Virectin hopes that the herbs contained in its proprietary formula are actually effective in changing the tissue characteristics of blood vessels in the penis, although there is little evidence to support major change. After all, if Virectin accomplished all of its claims, then it would be obligated to become a prescription drug by the FDA, as many of these claims offer potentially dangerous tissue changes. So, most consumers are curious to understand the relative safety of Virectin and its competition.
Among herbal supplements, Virectin is a relatively expensive, but basically above-board operation in the sense that its ingredients are readily listed. Many of them are difficult to find, and a few are basically unknown to the herbal supplement community. So, the safety of Virectin compared to other herbal supplements is difficult to establish, but not impossible. Information about all of these ingredients is available from third party sources. Other herbal supplements simply do not supply as much information as Virectin, so that is at least one point in favor of Virectin, although the quality of this information is typical of the industry.
For sexual enhancement products and penis enlargement products at large, Virectin is much safer than many of the physical devices which are supposed to increase the size of the penis. For example, some harnesses actually stretch and create traction on the tissues of the penis, which has created some evidence-backed change. Unfortunately, this change comes with the extreme risk of erectile dysfunction, bruising, and other forms of vascular or spongy tissue damage. Virectin does not have these risks, and so scores well in a safety comparison with physical manipulator products. Truly, the main concern for Virectin is the possible side-effects of herbs which are largely untested by the scientific community. The best case study will be the effects on consumers of Virectin which are liekly to be benign, as there’s simply not much in the herbal supplement itself. Virectin is a low dosage of possibly testosterone increasing herbs. These herbs may also increase the heart-rate of those who take Virectin, although none of them appear to be FDA declared dangerous substances.
Although the best way to determine the safety of Virectin is not to try it, there appears to be low-risk in such a trial. People react differently, and the biggest concern for these herbs will prove to be circulatory issues and perhaps allergies.