The makers of Veramale advertise on their website that their product is “the strongest, most effective, 100% natural male enhancement product available without a doctor’s prescription.” The site makes no claims to increased penis size; it simply states that your sex drive and stamina will improve, leading to an intense sexual experience.
At this time, the ingredient list is not made available to the public via the web. Once a purchase is made, the ingredients will probably be found on the label, but this is of no use to someone researching different products prior to purchase. Veramale is advertised as a dietary supplement, meaning that it probably contains herbal ingredients similar to those used other male sexual health enhancers. Those usually provide an increase in testosterone levels along with some form of an aphrodisiac. The website does list GNC as a retailer of the product, so information may be available in one of their stores.
The benefits of this product are impossible to list because of the lack of information available about both the manufacturer and the product.
On the other hand, the negatives continue to pile up. Lack of ingredient disclosure is simple and pure irresponsibility on the part of the manufacturer. The risk of contraindication is very high with herbal supplements and no one should ever ingest a dietary supplement without full knowledge of what it contains. The website is absolutely non-functional and of no use as an information source. There are no trials listed, and no testimonials given. This, combined with the lack of disclosure about the ingredients, not only implies that the manufacturer may have something to hide, but it also indicates that the product may be of very poor quality.
Rumor has it that this penis enlargement product is very expensive; however that information could not be confirmed as no prices were listed on the product website. With the minimal amount of information available, it was very difficult to determine if this is a quality product that would be useful in enhancing the sex drive of a male, or not. It would seem that if the product were truly of great use and had been proven to be effective, the manufacturer would have created a much more comprehensive and professional site that was full of useful information. In cases like this, it is generally recommended that alternative supplements be explored. There is simply too much danger of fraud and contraindication. The only confirmation of quality seems to be in the willingness of GNC to carry the product. That fact alone seems to lend Veramale some credibility, although one has to wonder if the other questions left unanswered outweigh that credibility.