Do Duromite Male Enhancement Pills Work? A Personal Review
Decided to do this Duromite male enhancement pill review after getting something in the mail from Pure Vive Health Sciences out of the blue. As far as I know I did not request any information from them, but maybe I did. I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt.
There wasn’t much to the mailing. Not like most of the other scam type herbal aphrodisiac promoters out there. All that there was was a form that I could send in for a free trial. Didn’t have to send any money now, and if I didn’t find that these pills worked for me I could send them back and I wouldn’t owe them anything.
I’m always up for something new so I sent in the form and about a week later I got the pills. First thing I do is check out the label. I notice that even though the brochure that came in the mail said male enhancement supplements or libido increaser or something the product says “DUROMITE tm – Dietary Supplement.
The ingredients label tells me that there is the following in the product:
- L-Arginine HCL
- Pine Bark Extract
- Long Jack Root
- Damiana Leaf
- Black Pepper
- Seven other things like cellulose gum and stuff. Probably to hold the pills together I suppose.
It also tells me that the product does not contain wheat, corn, soy, dairy, sugar, salt, or yeast.
Well… here goes nothing. I get a glass of water and pop one in my mouth. The first thing I notice is that it’s hot. Kinda feels like my mouth is burning. Not a good sign. I almost spit it out, but then I remembered that the label said there was pepper in them and I decide that that must be it.
The next day I take another even though my inner lip has a funny numb feeling to it. I decide that I can’t directly determine that this new “dietary supplement” is the cause of it so I ignore it.
A couple of days later I do in fact notice (upon experimentation) that I do seem to have a quicker response in the nether region, but don’t do anything about it because I want to see if I get the same or better response from my wife the next time we get down to business.
Bottom line… After four days of taking these Duromite pills I felt I could in fact attribute them to better performance and a more pleasurable experience in the bedroom. I even felt as though I could go again shortly after but didn’t because it was late and she was tired. LOL (twenty years of marriage will do that I guess)
I also should say that I am a huge advocate of VigRX Plus Pills and I had been taking a break from them for a couple of weeks before trying the Duromite because if I take the VigRX on a daily basis they make me too horny. Very distracting.
So all in all I feel I can attribute my positive experience with Duromite (other than the numb inner lip thing, which went away after a couple of days) to the product actually working.
I really don’t like the “hot” taste of these pills though, and they did seem to make me a bit queasy at times so I am going to stick with my VigRX Plus pills even though they cost just a little bit more. I don’t get any sort of side effects from them (other than what they are intended for!).
Hope you found this review helpful and while I can’t say I’d recommend the Duromite 100%, I’ll give it a score of 6 out of 10.
Oh… and by the way. If you sign up for the “free trial”, they will put you on auto-ship and send you another package with a bill for the next month. I didn’t really like that as they never mentioned it in the initial mailing. I did go to their site, print out a return address mailer and send the 2nd package back. Kind of a pain in the ass, but I will say that at least these guys don’t seem to be a scam type company like a lot of them out there.
p.s. I put a banner to the VigRX Plus site down below. They have all kinds of information about the product, testimonials, scientific studies, videos, etc. and a whole lot more on their site. I think the reason they work so well for me (and other guys too) is that they have “Bioperene” in them with a good blend of other stuff too.
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