Product Review on StaminOn
The product, like an array of similar male enhancement tablets, claims to solve problems that men may experience in later life, particularly those they might have in the bedroom. Supposedly, it does exactly what Viagra has done for decades already, without the implicit trust one has for anything sold at a credible pharmacy, and all of the skepticism one might have for a seedy internet site.
Company Behind StaminOn
The company behind the drug does not seem to have created any other products. There sole source of revenue apparently comes from this one item. There is the usual contact information on the relevant page of the website, but no information about them anywhere else; at least, not that I could find.
The claims it makes are thus; longer lasting erections, increased intensity, new levels of stamina, and an improved sex life, as if the previous three didn’t already constitute exactly that. And, if that wasn’t enough for you, there are also a few secondary benefits. These include;
- A bigger penis
- Greater sexual endurance
- Acceleration of strength and muscle gains.
It sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it?
The two main ingredients, as listed on their website, are Tongkat Ali, and Horny Goat Weed. The first, an “age old male remedy” ostensibly allows this product to fulfil its claims by boosting testosterone production, which subsequently solves the problems of erectile dysfunction, and low libido. The second “has been used in China for centuries”, to treat low libido by improving circulation in the patients that have taken it, evidently treating the issues of low sensitivity, and potentially helping with muscle growth. It should be noted that none of the remainder of the claims made by this company can be achieved with these ingredients, and where they can, there is no evidence to what degree.
The sole positive about this product is that it is cheap, or, at least it is for the trial. Based on the lack of evidence that the ingredients do what is claimed, you could draw the conclusion that it likely does nothing at all, in which case, you’ll hardly be putting your body at risk, will you?
The cons, as listed by those trying to drum up sales for the product, are as follows:
- Not for minors
- Not for women’s (direct quote)
- Not approved by FDA (which is suspicious)
- Not available offline (perhaps because they couldn’t find anyone willing to stock it, or because it’s a scam)
In terms of results, the best way to put it is that there aren’t any. What results there were, were minimal, to the point where I suspect the placebo effect. As for side effects, the same is true. this product, from what I can tell, does nothing, unless you have fallen under the nocebo effect.
In all honesty, I suspect it’s a scam. With no obvious results, ingredients that are dirt cheap, and money filling their bank accounts, that is the best conclusion I can draw. They are preying upon the insecurities of men, particularly older men, and using their need to feel at least sufficient for the partners, to make money.