ViaGrowth is a product for men and women, although it is described primarily as an ‘erection enhancer’. It is recommended for users between the ages of 20-35 years old, which is unusual as people in this age group are usually at their sexual peak. The product is said to rejuvenate the sexual organs, support the immune system, provide energy and produce harder and more powerful erections. ViaGrowth is manufactured by the Lin institute, a Florida based company that have an extensive line of products and a center devoted to sexual health and wellbeing. Although ViaGrowth is featured on their site, most information can be found on the sites of retailers carrying the brand, where it is sold for $59.98 (although it is usual to see discounted prices).
ViaGrowth Product Details
ViaGrowth contains a huge amount of herbal ingredients contained in two proprietary blends, plus several vitamins and minerals. The ‘Harmonizing Herbal Extract blend’ includes commonly found sexual performance ingredients such as Tribulus, Eurycoma Longifolia, Avena Sativa, Horny Goat Weed and Yohimbe, while for the ‘Harmonizing Glandular blend’ the ingredients are listed as Pituitary, Adrenal, Testicles and Liver. No detailed explanations are offered as to how these work and while they should not cause severe side effects, those with cardiovascular problems or high blood pressure should avoid the product.
ViaGrowth should be taken at a dose of 1 capsule in the morning and 1 in the afternoon, with the option of an extra dose at bedtime.
Good About ViaGrowth
- It can be used by men and women
- Customer reviews are provided
- Discounted prices are offered
- The formula contains Tribulus
- The product is all natural
Bad About ViaGrowth
- ViaGrowth is expensive when purchased at full price
- No FAQ’s are provided
- No money back guarantees are given
- Some of the ingredients require more detail
- It is not suitable for all users
- No clinical test results are cited
ViaGrowth The Bottom Line
Although ViaGrowth contains some beneficial ingredients, there are several negative aspects of the product including the fact that the ‘glandular’ ingredients are not explained well and there is no evidence that those in the recommended age range actually require such a supplement.