Vivetra Overall Review: 3 out of 5.

Vivetra is a sexual stimulant aimed at increasing a man’s libido and sexual fulfillment. It contains three ingredients that are commonly used to treat sexual dysfunction and increase sexual health.

The first ingredient is Xanthoparmelia Scabrosa. This extract is called “Herbal Viagra” in some circles. This is due to its ability to block the enzyme known as PDE-5, an enzyme that is thought to decrease the intensity of erections. While this herb has not seen extensive research in “controlled” clinics, it is widely accepted that it can have such effects.

Also making its way into the formula is Cnidium Monnier. This herb has been popular for quite some time in Eastern Medicine for its variety of benefits. One of these benefits is to help relax the smooth muscle located in the penis. This, theoretically, can allow more blood to flow into the penile caverns upon arousal. When there is more blood present, an erection has the capability of becoming harder and stronger, leading to greater pleasure for both parties during sexual intercourse. Cnidium Monnier also may help patients with allergies and osteoporosis.

Tongkat Ali is the third ingredient in the Vivetra formula. It is often used as a  reproductive tonic, administered to couples considering conceiving children. It is known to help boost a man’s testosterone levels. If these levels decline – as they tend to do as men age – a man can start to see a decrease in sexual drive, leading to poor erection quality.

Vivetra Benefits:

– may help with erection quality
– may increase levels of testosterone

Vivetra Negatives:

– only three active ingredients
– requires some dedication to taking daily


Vivetra Ingredients:

– Xanthoparmelia Scabrosa
– Cnidium Monnier
– Tongkat Ali

Clinical Studies: 
None

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