Man Up Now Overview
Man Up Now is marketed as a natural alternative to Drug erectile dysfunction medications such as Viagra. Being non-Drug, it is said to be safer, and less likely to cause unpleasant side effects. The product is shown on the official company website, accompanied by a good amount of information that includes customer testimonials, FAQ’s and ordering details. The product is mainly designed to support the power of the erection during sexual arousal, but is said to also help support stamina, the libido and sex drive.
As with Viagra, Man Up Now is only taken prior to sexual activity and should start working within 30 minutes. Effects are said to last up to 48 hours, although men who experience longer erections should seek medical advice.
Man Up Now Product Details
All the active and non-active ingredients are listed for Man Up Now but unfortunately no ingredient amounts or detailed explanations are given. This would be particularly useful as the ingredients are not often seen in this type of product. The formula consists of Fructus Lycii, Rhizoma Polygonati, Semen Ziziphi, Flos Caryophylli, Cortex Cinnamomi and Semen Allii Tuberosi. While these are all said to be beneficial to sexual performance, no clinically test results are provided.
Good About Man Up Now
- Man Up Now is fast-acting
- No Drug is required
- The website is user-friendly and informative
- Customer testimonials are provided
- Man Up Now has a 30-day refund policy
- All ingredients are listed
- It does not require daily dosage
Bad About Man Up Now
- The ingredients are unfamiliar
- No scientific proof of success is provided
- No manufacturer contact details are given
- Only unopened products will receive refunds
- The product may interact with other medications
Man Up Now The Bottom Line
The fact that this product does not use more well-known erectile dysfunction ingredients, such as L-Arginine, may deter some men from trying it. At a cost of $37.50 for a 12-count bottle it is certainly not one of the more expensive brands, but it would be appreciated if the manufacturer offered a free sample or risk-free trial of the product, before the customer has to make a financial commitment.