Yagara is a product that can be used by men and women in order to help improve the quality of their sexual performance. In addition to this, it is said to have other benefits, such as increasing energy, raising testosterone and the production of sperm (in men, improving digestion and getting rid of toxins on the system. There are several websites that talk about Yagara and where it can also be ordered from although some seem more ‘official’ than others. One of the main sites includes customer testimonials, some ingredient information and ordering details. The product is available without a prescription and costs $54.95 for a pack of 10 pills. Consumers purchasing 50 pills in one order receive a free pack of 10 and all orders are subject to a money back-guarantee, although the actual terms of this are not provided.
Yagara Product Details
Only the three key ingredients used in Yagara are shown, which are Kavach Beej, Shilajit and Ashwagandha. The first of these is the ingredient mainly responsible for affecting the testosterone levels, while the second helps the man control his erection. The Ashwagandha is the ingredient that helps improve vitality, libido and relief or stress. It is unfortunate that the full ingredient list is not given, particularly as this is an oral product. However, the formula is all-natural and herbal and it is said that Yagara has no harmful side effects, although it is recommended that the consumer consults with their doctor before using.
Yagara is easy to take requiring one capsule to be dissolved on the tongue one to two times per day.
Good About Yagara
- The key ingredients are listed
- Some orders include free pills
- Customer testimonials are shown
- The formula is all-natural
- Yagara can be used by men and women
- It is easy to take
Bad About Yagara
- No scientific testing is cited
- Yagara is expensive
- Not all ingredients are listed or explained
- The terms of the guarantee are not shown
Yagara The Bottom Line
While the manufacturer of Yagara claims that the product is suitable for both sexes, it is obvious that it has more male benefits. Even the name is similar to a well-known male erectile product, and it is likely that men would be far more interested in purchasing this than women. It is impossible to judge this brand of sexual supplement properly given the lack of relevant ingredient information and clinical testing data. Added to the fact that it is significantly more expensive than similar products, Yagara would not be a recommended treatment for sexual function problems.