Vitavigour was an all-natural supplement that claimed to help support sexual desire and energy. It was produced by a company called Healthy Direct before it merged with Healthspan. Both companies are based in the United Kingdom. At this time, Vitavigour does not appear to be in production or for sale.
Vitavigour Product Details
Before its vanishing act, Vitavigour touted itself as a natural answer to Viagra. It contained 300mg of Muira Puama, 200mg of Saw Palmetto Extract, 500mg of Tribulus, 75mg of Ginkgo Biloba, 25mg of Damiana Turnera, Rice Powder, Vegetable Cellulose Capsule Shell, Silicon Dioxide, and Magnesium Stearate. Muira Puama and Tribulus are used in many natural male enhancement products for their believed aphrodisiacal properties. Saw Palmetto is thought to support the health of the male reproductive system. It is encouraging that the company provided a full ingredient list with the amounts and descriptions of each additive.
It is unclear how much Vitavigour cost or if it was available for import into the United States when it was on the market.
Good About Vitavigour
- Contained popular aphrodisiacs
- Disclosed complete product information
Bad About Vitavigour
- Seems to be off the market due to merger
Vitavigour The Bottom Line
While Vitavigour may have been an effective product, it doesn’t matter at the moment since it appears to no longer be available for sale or use. Perhaps Healthspan will create its own formula to compete in the ever expanding world of male enhancement products.