Rather than marketing itself simply as a male sexual performance enhancer, the Amberoz product actually claims to help men with infertility problems. The makers of the brand, Discover Total Health, detail the reasons and causes behind male infertility and list the symptoms. They also claim that the Amberoz formula has enabled ‘thousands’ of couples to become pregnant even when they had almost given up hope. Unfortunately, there are no clinical studies to show that this is the case, and although the company website does include satisfied customer testimonials, it should back up such bold statements with concrete proof.
Amberoz is a botanical, non-Drug product that can be bought online from the manufacturer, who offers a 30-day money back guarantee. The ordering process is secure and shipping is discreet. The site also provides a FAQ section regarding the possibility of side effects with the product and lists ingredients.
Amberoz is offered for a cost of $47.00 per bottle and there are ‘buy 3, get 3 bottles free’ offers.
Amberoz Product Details
All the ingredients for Amberoz are listed although there are no explanations as to how they work or what they are, which is especially important as they are not substances commonly seen in this type of product. The ingredients listed are Arctium Lappa, Turmera Diffusa, Purpurea, Allium Sativum, Gingko Biloba and Valeriana. No amounts are given and the dosage instructions are not provided although it is likely to be taken daily.
The overall effect of the formula is to support the volume and strength of the sperm, while supporting sexual stamina, enabling the user to enjoy sex to the full.
Good About Amberoz
- The formula is 100% natural
- All ingredients are listed
- Special price discounts are offered
- Information is provided regarding infertility
- The ordering process is secure
- A 30-day money back guarantee is provided
Bad About Amberoz
- The ingredients are not explained well
- Amberoz is expensive
- No manufacturer contact information is available
- The product makes unfounded promises
Amberoz The Bottom Line
Because the subject of infertility is so sensitive and affects many couples, it seems irresponsible to advertise a product such as Amberoz as being a viable treatment with no clinical evidence to back it up. Anyone suffering from infertility needs to talk to a medical professional instead of ordering a largely unknown product over the internet.