Viastat is an Optimal Therapeutics manufactured product that is marketed towards men between the ages of 30-55 years. According to the product information, this is the age when men experience a dip in their hormone levels which can lead to diminished sex drive, erectile dysfunction and fatigue, much the same as women go through with menopause. The term for this is Male Andropause and it is briefly explained on the product website.
Information for Viastat can be found on the sites of retailers carrying the brand and there is very little regarding the manufacturer. No FAQ’s are shown, apart from concerning the ordering process, but there are some customer reviews listed. Viastat has a 30-day money back guarantee and is sold in bottles of 60 capsules at a cost of $49.99. However, some retailers do offer discounts.
Viastat Product Details
The ingredients in Viastat aim to support the sex drive by supporting the Lutenizing and Testosterone hormone levels. Tribulus is commonly used for this reason, as it is here, while Horny Goat Weed improves the libido. Other ingredients listed in the formula are L-Arginine, Maca, Avena Sativa, Eurycoma Longifolia and Bioperine (important in aiding absorption of the formula). No dose instructions are given but all ingredient amounts are shown.
Good About Viastat
- The formula includes Tribulus
- There is a money back guarantee
- Viastat helps improve overall health
- Customer testimonials are shown
- All ingredients are listed
Bad About Viastat
- No official website is available
- Viastat is expensive
- No clinical study results are shown
- Product information is limited
Viastat The Bottom Line
Viastat should be viewed more as a daily health supplement rather than a treatment for erectile dysfunction. The manufacturer claims that it can even improve athletic performance, but unfortunately fail to show evidence of this. Any consumer who is willing to spend so much money on a product of this type, should really demand to see more information and scientific studies.