I get readers asking me all the time to check out the latest supplements they’ve come across. Although I don’t personally try every single one (I do my best but there’s only so much time), I do try to research and form an educated opinion on whether or not each one is worth your and my time and money. A week or so ago, one of my visitors asked about Erorectin.
What Is Erorectin?
When you’ve researched and tried as many male enhancement supplements as I have, it becomes second nature to note a few things right off the bat about any new pill you see in the marketplace. For instance, who is the product marketed to?
Are they going for young guys wanting to take their already perfectly adequate game to new heights? This would be indicated by racy images of barely dressed women fawning all over a twenty-something man they clearly can’t get enough of.
Or are they trying to appeal to an older crowd, in which case they tend to show images of vital looking men in their 50s enjoying a full and satisfying day at the beach with their pretty and also fully satisfied wives.
Erorectin falls squarely in the second category on this one. The only marketing image on their website is actually a older gentleman sitting on the edge of the bed looking disappointed in himself after apparently let his wife down (presumably not for the first time). They also clearly list the ingredients, refer to scientific testing, and don’t overly hype the claims.
Another question I instinctively ask is are they selling size increases as part of the deal? This is an important clue about what kind of company is selling and marketing the product. The unfortunate truth is that no pill is going to provide you with a permanent size increase. If they’re any good, they will help you have a bigger erection, but no matter how good it is, you can’t do nothing but take a pill and expect to see inches added to your length or girth.
Although Erorectin does mention size once or twice, they don’t push the permanent growth narrative, leaving itself open to being interpreted as improving erection size, not permanent size.
With these two questions answered, I began my in depth research with the understanding that Erorectin is a male sexual performance enhancement pill designed for and marketed to middle aged men, old enough to have grown out of the conquest mentality, but who want to improve what they perceive to be their lagging sex lives.
How Erorectin Works
Erorectin is a daily supplement. The ingredients build up in your system over time, and after about 2 to 3 weeks of regular use, it puts you in position to be ready for sex any time the opportunity arises. No need to take a pill an hour before, you’ll already be ready.
To be clear, being ready means you’ll find yourself with:
- A boosted libido.
- A better erections.
- More energy.
- Increase stamina.
All you need to perform like you used to.
Erorectin accomplishes this with a combination of libido enhancers, blood flow ingredients, and natural testosterone boosters. Next, let’s take a more detailed look at these.
The Erorectin website is transparent enough to display a nutrition label. This is extremely helpful and less common than you might think.
The label first shows several ingredients along with their individual amounts used. These include:
- Zinc (50 mg) which has been shown to have a correlative relationship with testosterone. Men with insufficient testosterone levels also tend to have insufficient zinc levels. Zinc is used in the chemical reaction within the body that produces testosterone. 50 mg is 33% of the daily recommended allowance which means Erorectin contains a useful amount.
- Tongkat Ali Powder (400 mg) which may help increase free testosterone levels within your body. It is believed to inhibit the activity of a particular substance (SHBG or Sex Hormone Binding Globulin) that attaches itself to free testosterone molecules, making them unable to perform their useful function. There’s not a whole lot of scientific evidence supporting this, but science has shown that Tongkat Ali can improve libido and erectile function. The typical daily dose is 200mg-300mg, so the 400mg in Erorectin should be effective.
- Maca (250 mg) which has long been known to be a strong herbal aphrodisiac with mood elevation and motivation benefits as well. The recommended daily dose for Maca to improve libido ranges from 1500 mg to 3000 mg, so the 250 mg in Erorectin is probably not going to have too much of an effect.
- L-Arginine (250 mg) which is a precursor to nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is what’s known as a vasodilator. It relaxes genital blood vessels, allowing more blood to flow through to your penis, creating bigger, harder, longer lasting erections. The recommended daily dose for erectile function is 3-5 grams, so the 250 mg is Erorectin falls far short.
- Ginseng Eleutherococcus Blend (125 mg) which increases blood flow as well, and provides energy. It is common to see doses of 400 mg, but more scientific studies for erectile issues have used something closer to 3 grams taken over 3 doses per day.
After that, there’s a Proprietary Blend totaling 745 mg and including:
- Sarspaparilla Root which may balance hormones.
- Pumpkin Seed Extract which supports prostate health.
- Muira Puama which acts as a natural aphrodisiac.
- Oat Straw which may increase free testosterone.
- Nettle Leaf which supports prostate health.
- Cayenne Pepper which improves blood flow.
- Astragalus Root for supports your immune system.
- Catuaba Bark which is a natural aphrodisiac.
- Licorice Root which helps balance sex hormones.
- Tribulus Terrestris which may increase testosterone.
- Orchic Substance which may also increase testosterone
- Oyster Extract which contains zinc for increased virility.
- Boron which has been shown to improve free testosterone levels.
While the list is a good one, it’s hard to believe that the 13 ingredients housed in the 745 mg blend will be present at levels high enough to have any real effect.
How To Use Erorectin
The recommended daily dose is 2 pills per day, taken one at a time, one in the morning and one in the late afternoon, each with a full glass of water. The formula contains no stimulants, so there’s no need for concern about it preventing a good night’s sleep, even if you take it right before bed.
Erorectin Side Effects
Given the natural and low dosage ingredients list, it’s unlikely that you’ll experience any significant side effects. To that end, none have been reported.
The Erorectin website goes so far as to display a “Certificate of Analysis” basically proving that the pills contain no dangerous bacteria, such as E.Coli, Salmonella, or Staphylococcus. While somewhat comforting, it’s not extremely informative about potential side effects.
Who Makes Erorectin?
The bottle indicates that Erorectin is made by a company called Eros Nutrition, but the website claims the manufacturer is a company called PureNature. I was unable to find any valuable information on either company, which would indicate that perhaps, whichever name they use, Erorectin is likely their only product.
Where to Buy
The only place I found where you can purchase Erorectin is their official website. A single, one-month supply, bottle costs $42. 3 bottles will save you some money at $96 ($32 each). And your biggest savings comes when you buy 6 bottles for a total of $132 ($22 each).
Each order comes with a free ebook “The Complete Guide to Health for Men” and a 90-day unconditional money back guarantee.
Because it’s not sold through outside retailers, there are no independently verified customer reviews, but there are some testimonials offered on the product website.
As is always the case, you should take these testimonials with a grain of salt. It’s within the realm of possibilit that they are real, but the better odds are that they are at best cherry-picked, and at worst completely fabricated.
Here’s just one example, and it’s pretty representative of the rest:
I’d include more, but again, I think these testimonials are more about marketing than informative, so we’ll leave it at just this one.
- The ingredients are all natural.
- The lab testing shows that it’s likely safe (at least in terms of harmful bacteria).
- There’s a generous 90-day money back guarantee.
- Erorectin doesn’t make wild promises.
- The formula works on all three male performance enhancement areas – libido, erections, and testosterone.
- Most of the ingredient amounts we know of are too low to have much effect.
- There’s a lack of independent customer feedback.
Erorectin is very comparable to most of the daily male performance enhancement supplements on the market today. It presents a solid ingredient list, but unfortunately, the individual ingredient amounts fall far short of what you’d need to get the full benefits of each.
That said, you would probably experience some degree of benefit, mainly in terms of libido help.
The price of a single bottle – $42 plus shipping – is not bad, but not particularly good either. The strong point here is the 90 day money back guarantee. If Erorectin is a complete bust, you’re only out the cost of shipping and the time you spend trying it out. But the story is very different if you buy in bulk, bringing the price all the way down to $22 per month with no shipping cost. At this price point, the potentially small benefit may be worth it.
Putting it all together, while I don’t see Erorectin blowing your mind, it certainly fits into a category of products with enough potential value to give it a try.