Review Summary

Erectinol is a sexual enhancement “wafer” that claims to equip individuals to “have all the sex you want…all the time…regardless of your age!” The product is said to utilize a “proprietary delivery method” that allows for enhanced absorption into the bloodstream. The product’s advertisement claims that this unusual formulation “will have you ‘up’ and raring to go - like when you were a teenager.”

In our experience, it is not uncommon for a product with rather lackluster ingredients to attempt to mask this deficiency through a “revolutionary” new delivery method. In reality, we see no evidence that the “wafer” method is capable of facilitating absorption any more efficiently than any other approach. We are also somewhat surprised to discover that this product contains an ingredient that is said to be very poorly absorbed by the body. We will assess this supplement for whether it truly stands out from its competitors in terms of sexual enhancement.

Ingredients at a Glance
This formulation may contain some of the following ingredients: Vitamin B12, L-Arginine, Diindolylmethane, Epimedium Leaf Powder and DHEA.

Ingredients in Focus
We are pleased to discover the inclusion of the ingredient, Epimedium Leaf Powder, in this formulation. This ingredient is said to have a superior capacity to enhance penile blood flow, thicken erections and enhance sexual desire and stamina. However, we must note that, in our opinion, this is the only valuable component in this formulation.

The ingredient DIM, which is said to primarily act by metabolizing estrogen, is apparently very poorly absorbed by the body. According to one researcher, “DIM is normally insoluble in water and fats, making it poorly absorbed in the body.” We also would question why this product would utilize an ingredient that simply metabolizes or offsets estrogen in men. We would think that the more proactive, powerful approach would be to include an ingredient that actually enhances testosterone production. Currently, many formulations include ingredients like Tribulus Terrestris, which is said to increase testosterone levels by triggering the release of luteinizing hormone (LH). We also find the ingredient L-Arginine to be potentially undesirable, since has been linked to outbreaks of genital herpes in some individuals.

We feel that an ideal sexual enhancement formulation tends to contain a synergistic blend of ingredients, each with a targeted role to play. We are rather disappointed to see so few ingredients included in this supplement, and not particularly those that are strong at that. This strikes us as particularly puzzling, in light of the many advanced herbal ingredients on the market, such as Yohimbe, Damiana, Catuaba Bark Extract and Panax Ginseng. We also would have preferred to see consumer testimonials presented in support of this product. It is our belief that consumer testimonials may be a very useful means of information-sharing between consumers. Often, it is valuable to learn of a product’s capabilities from a fellow customer.

• Contains Epimedium and Vitamin B12
• Is said to benefit older men

• There is very little information provided about “wafer” delivery
• DIM is said to be very poorly absorbed by the body
• Supplement seems to lack targeted, top-notch ingredients
• Website does not appear to include testimonials as of review

Final Thoughts
It is our belief that this product features a rather mediocre ingredient list and a questionable delivery method. While blocking estrogen may be a valid endeavor, it seems to us like a weak half-measure, especially given the much greater capabilities of other ingredients.

We believe that only the most efficient, powerful ingredients should be included in a sexual enhancement formulation. We have heard positive reports about the ingredients, Panax Ginseng, Tribulus Terrestris and Damiana.

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