Undesirable side effects of Virectin include an increased heart rate, circulatory issues, and allergies to the herbal content of the supplement, according to Health News Reports. Virectin is an herbal supplement intended to dilate the blood vessels in the penis to increase blood flow and enhance sexual function. As an herbal supplement, it is not scientifically and rigorously monitored by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for efficacy or side effects, and there are no clinical tests, as of 2015.Continue Reading
Virectin is intended to increase penile vasodilation through a combination of herbs such as ginkgo biloba leaf, fenugreek seed, mucuna pruriens, maca root powder, L arginine hydrochloride and tongkat ali, as reported by Virectin.com. Virectin does not contain yohimbe, an herb that has the potential to interact with other medications, notes Consumer Health Digest. The formula is a proprietary blend, so the actual ingredient amounts in Virectin are not disclosed, but individual ingredients have been independently tested for a positive effect on male sexual performance.
Virectin is only available for purchase through Virectin.com and is not available for purchase via other stores, according to Consumer Health Digest. Because the ingredients begin working immediately, users of Virectin feel some effect after the first dose, with full results achieved after several weeks.Learn more about Side Effects