VigRX Plus is an herbal supplement claimed to be beneficial for "natural male enhancement." However, because it is a supplement and has not been approved by the FDA, there is no scientific evidence proving its effectiveness. Some of the possible side effects that have been reported with the individual active ingredients of this product include constipation, vomiting, and headaches.
What Is VigRX Plus?
VigRX Plus™ is an herbal "male enhancement" supplement. Because it has not been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the manufacturer cannot directly claim that the supplement treats any disease (including impotence). However, the advertisements for this product strongly suggest that VigRX Plus will:
- Treat impotence
- Enlarge the penis
- Prevent premature ejaculation
- Increase sex drive.
Although the Web site for this supplement states that it is a "doctor-approved formula," none of the "doctors" that endorse the product are actual medical doctors (one is a clinical psychologist and the other is a naturopath).
(Click VigRX Plus Benefits for more information.)
- Bioperine®, a black pepper extract
- Tribulus terrestris
- Epimedium sagittatum extract (horny goat weed)
- Cuscuta seed extract
- Ginkgo biloba
- Asian red ginseng (Panax ginseng)
- Saw palmetto
- Muira puama extract
- Catuaba bark extract
- Hawthorn berry.
Because VigRX Plus is not an FDA-approved medication, there is no real guarantee that it actually contains the ingredients listed in the labeled amounts.