The product Vrect is described on the official company website as a Chinese ‘miracle’ pill that will ‘turbocharge’ the user’s love life. The whole website continues in a very over-exaggerated tone, and is presented on one single, long page that is not professional in appearance. The site does include certain helpful sections including details of the 30-day money back guarantee, customer testimonials and information about how the pill affects the body’s system.
Vrect is designed to be taken just prior to sexual activity and is said to work within 3 minutes of taking. There are a number of various package options when purchasing Vrect, starting with a single capsule pack for $9.95 to $119.70 for a pack of 15. While this may be less expensive than some prescription erectile dysfunction brands, it is still much more expensive than many comparable over-the-counter products.
Vrect Product Details
There is a very lengthy description regarding how Vrect works by ‘stretching’ the arteries, thereby allowing a greater flow of blood to enter the penile chambers, creating a longer lasting, stronger erection that may even appear larger while erect. Unfortunately there are absolutely no ingredients cited for the formula, so it is not known exactly how the product helps the vasodilation process. However, usually the amino acid L-Arginine is used to create this effect as it is a precursor to a substance called Nitric Oxide. Because the formula is also said to increase stamina and energy it may also include Ginseng, Tribulus Terrestris and the ‘superfood’ Maca powder.
Good About Vrect
- Manufacturer contact information is provided
- The ordering process is secure
- Vrect is all-natural
- There is a money back guarantee
- Customer testimonials are shown
Bad About Vrect
- The product website is unprofessional in appearance
- Vrect is very expensive
- No ingredients are listed
- It is not sold in retail stores
Vrect The Bottom Line
It would not be advised for consumers to purchase this largely unknown product, especially when there are so many more professional male enhancement products available at more reasonable prices. A company that expects consumers to purchase their products without even knowing what is in the formula is being very unreasonable, particularly when there is no proof that it even has any clinical results.