Vaso 9 has always been marketed in an interesting way, but it seems like Vaso 9 is the same Product as Vaso Ultra now too.
On the Vaso Ultra site, you’ll find the exact same content found on the Vaso 9 “Official Site.”
“The next generation of penis expansion technology has arrived,” states the Vaso-9 company’s Website. Most male enhancement supplements focus on boosting libido or improving erections. But penis expansion is a whole different ball game.
Does Vaso-9, or Vaso Ultra, really work? Read my review to find the answer before you buy this “revolutionary” supplement.
What Is Vaso-9 Supposed to Do?
“Vaso-9 is a 100% safe and natural formula that is guaranteed to increase penis size by an average of 31%,” claims the official website.
Vaso-9 is supposed to enhance erections by increasing blood flow. “Within just a few short days on Vaso-9, you will start to see and feel a difference.” But the company isn’t just claiming to give men bigger erections.
“Length growth and width starts a few weeks later and the total process usually takes 12 weeks. Most users stop taking Vaso-9 once they have reached 8 or 9 inches.” According to the website, Vaso-9 lengthens the penis permanently by increasing erectile tissues.
Is Vaso-9 Clinically Proven?
The official website says, “Yes. Vaso-9 is backed and supported by numerous double-blind-placebo controlled studies.” This answer is misleading. It says Vaso-9 was clinically proven. Then, it says the product is “backed” by research; implying that is has researched ingredients.
Just because ingredients were proven doesn’t mean the product was. So, saying Vaso-9 was proven is deceptive. Let’s see if Vaso-9 even has proven ingredients.
The Ingredients in Vaso-9
Vaso-9.com provides several references, which is impressive because most companies do not. I checked these studies for proof that Vaso-9 enhances erections and penis size.
Tribulus Terrestris. One study showed tribulus terrestris increases libido, erectile function, and testosterone. But in 2 other studies, testosterone levels were unaffected. None of the 7 studies Vaso-9.com provides proved tribulus terrestris expands penis length and girth. Researchers don’t agree that it enhances erections and sexual performance either.
I was surprised the company listed studies in which the key ingredient was proven ineffective. Did they think consumers would admire the long list of studies, but not actually read them?
L-Citrulline. The official website doesn’t provide research for L-citrulline. However, I found a study in which L-citrulline improved erectile function in men with mild ED. L-citrulline enhances nitric oxide production, which widens blood vessels and promotes blood flow. It doesn’t stimulate penile growth.
L-Arginine Nitrate. No studies were provided for this ingredient either, but I found one. L-arginine and L-citrulline are closely related and both increase blood flow. In the study, L-arginine gave men stronger, longer-lasting erections, but only when low nitric oxide levels were causing ED. L-arginine did not temporarily or permanently alter corpus cavernosum size.
I quickly realized Vaso-9.com doesn’t provide studies for most ingredients. There are several tribulus terrestris studies and a few studies on ingredients not even listed in the formula. But that’s it. Instead, I found the studies for these remaining ingredients.
Eurycoma Longifolia. Before a study, only 35% of participants had normal testosterone levels. After taking eurycoma longifolia for 1 month, that percentage increased to 90%. By boosting testosterone, eurycoma longifolia heightens libido and stimulates muscle growth. But higher testosterone levels don’t make the penis grow longer.
Maca Root. Maca root is a nutrient-rich, natural energy-booster. Some people believe it balances hormone levels and even increases testosterone production. But a clinical study proved maca root has no effect on testosterone, estrogen, or luteinizing hormones.
Avena Sativa. Aphrodisiacs increase libido, erections, and sexual pleasure. Avena sativa is a well-known aphrodisiac that may enhance sexual experiences. But I couldn’t find any double-blind, placebo-controlled studies. There’s no proof avena sativa enlarges the penis.
Long Pepper. Despite the name, long pepper doesn’t make the penis longer. In fact, I’m not sure why Vaso-9 uses this ingredient. It depresses nerve activity, increases appetite, and promotes flatulence. Fun fact: it’s also the key ingredient in pepper spray products.
Are the Ingredients Safe?
Every ingredient in Vaso-9 is natural, but that doesn’t automatically make them safe. It’s very important for Vaso-9 to include the recommended dosages. Unfortunately, the company doesn’t disclose what dosages they use.
How to Take Vaso-9
Take 2 pills on an empty stomach. That could be before a meal or 2 hours after one. Vaso-9 can be taken in the morning, during the day, or before bed. “There’s not a ‘best time’ to take Vaso-9,” the company says.
Where to Buy Vaso-9
Each bottle holds a 30-day supply (60 capsules). The official website is the only reliable online retailer.
• 1 bottle – $39.99
• 3 bottles – $79.98 ($26.66 each)
• 5 bottles – $119.95 ($23.99 each)
• 7 bottles – $159.92 ($22.85 each)
Vaso-9 is shipped worldwide in an unmarked box. Free shipping is not available and the website doesn’t say how much shipping costs. You can buy Vaso-9 is some stores for around $59.99 per bottle.
I was relieved to see the company doesn’t use auto-shipping and has a satisfaction guarantee. “We are proud to offer the STRONGEST money back guarantee in the industry!” says the website. The guarantee lasts 60 days, but the website doesn’t say how many bottles you can return and how much money you get back.
If you want to increase libido and enhance erections, Vaso-9 may help you out. It contains several ingredients that were proven to provide those benefits. However, none are capable of enlarging the penis permanently.
This doesn’t surprise me because no natural ingredient can stimulate penile growth. But I’m surprised the Vaso-9 company guarantees their product makes this happen. It’s not possible with the ingredients Vaso-9 uses and the company would know this if they read the studies listed on their site.
What’s more, Vaso-9 was not clinically proven as the company leads consumers to believe. Vaso-9 may be a good male enhancement supplement, but I’m not impressed with the company’s false claims and misleading advertising. I think you could find better than Vaso-9.
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