By MaleProstateHealth • November 1, 2015 • Comments Off on Vasomax review
Vasomax is also known as oral Phentolamine and is now marketed under the name Vasoviril. It is a supplement that helps in treating erectile dysfunction. It also claims to help with impotence and some ejaculatory failures by increasing blood flow to the genitals which results in harder and longer lasting erections.
Vasomax is a supplement that can help aging men compensate for sexual deficiencies that come with age. The results are also fast acting; taking effect 15-30 minutes after the supplement is taken so it is usually used before engaging in any sexual activity. This supplement does not need to be taken daily.
Pharmascience Laboratories is the manufacturer of Vasomax. It was founded in 1983 by Morris Goodman and Ted Wise and is well known for the production of generic drugs in Canada. It’s a privately owned company that is among the top 100 companies in Canada.
Vasomax works by targeting the nerves that are responsible for keeping the blood vessels tight. Unlike other supplements which stimulate the production of nitric oxide for better blood flow, this one is quite different. It works by soothing the nerves, thus creating better circulation in the area.
This is also why it works fast, taking effect minutes after one tablet is taken. This helps in sending more blood to the penis during any sexual activity. Men are able to have harder and longer lasting erections because of this.
According to some sources online, Vasomax is quite safe to use and even better than Viagra. Since it’s an alpha blocker, it helps in increasing blood flow to the genitals without stimulating the production of nitric oxide in the body.
Although it works only by smoothing out and contracting the arterials nerves and widening the pathways for better blood circulation, this simple thing can also have adverse side effects because the body is not used to such changes. Taking more than one dose at a time might result in harsh consequences for the user.
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