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Does Erectify ULTRA Really Work or is It a Scam? – The Truth

January 25, 2019

Is Erectify ULTRA really the amazing erectile dysfunction cure that is said to be, or is this just another scam that is going to be a waste of your money?

They claim that this 100% natural treatment is a "secret" that the big pharmaceutical industry doesn't want you to know about… It can supposedly work miracles… But of course you can't always believe what you hear online and there are plenty of other scams out there that have made similar claims that I have exposed in the past.

I have gotten several comments by readers asking me to review this product so I finally decided to look into it. I quickly became aware why I was getting comments from people who were suspicious of the whole thing… It is marketed in a very "scammy" fashion and just seems a little bit too good to be true.

But is it a scam?

Well... This get into this review and find out.…

But before I get into the actual meat of the review, I first want to go over the ridiculous video presentation that I came across while doing my research. The video, which you may or may not have seen, with a massive 45 minutes in length and was put on by some guy named "John Stonner", who is supposedly a 58-year-old retired mechanical engineer from Chicago that had ED problems and spent months looking for answers.

*There may be more than one promotional video for this product.

Erectify Ultra video

If you were able to make it through the video that you should give yourself a pat on the back. Most people probably would cut out before even making it halfway through.

In the video presentation there are many things that caught my attention and seemed a bit suspicious… Leading me to believe that this very well could possibly be a scam. 

It Has Nothing to Do With Anything You Have Ever Heard Of..

Of course the guy tells you that this has nothing to do with anything you have ever heard of before… This is because he just wants you to sit there and watch the whole video and lure you into buying the product he is promoting.

He starts out talking about some "hidden sex organ" that controls your erections and is the key to more stamina, libido, sex drive, etc. But of course it has nothing to do with anything you have ever thought of… Nothing to do with testosterone or bloodflow.

* This is already one small lie because as you will see it does have to do with bloodflow.

It goes against everything the mainstream medical industry will tell you... and they are "FURIOUS"

Right on Que… He talks about how the pharmaceutical industry is furious about this video and it will likely get taken down before long. This is because they don't want you to know the real treatments for ED so that they can keep sucking money out of your pockets, or at least that is what he wants you to believe.

I highly doubt this however. I have reviewed a handful of other scams that have made this same exact claim, including Diabetes Destroyer and Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy. While it may be true that the pharmaceutical industry is less than ethical at times, I doubt they have any concern with this video or product.

And of course it was discovered in some remote part of the world where it has been a "secret"

He also claims that this "secret" was discovered being used for centuries in a remote part of the world... Which is also another common claim that I have found many of these "miracle health products" to make.

Apparently it all comes from the mating ritual used by the Tupi Indians.

Erectify VSL presentation

He tells you that these Indians never get ED and have hard erections into their 70s, 80s and even older.

After doing some research he supposedly found that the reason for this comes from the health benefits of some herbal tea that they drink, which contains a "secret ingredient" called Turnera Diffusa.

Some Truth... But Lots of Misleading Information

​​​​As you are probably well aware, there is a lot of rather misleading information in this sales pitch… Which is the reason you are probably suspicious of this whole thing in the first place.

However, there is some truth behind it.

The Endothelium:

Lets first discuss the endothelium… Which he claims is the "hidden sex organ" that the mainstream medical industry does not want you to know about. What he tells you is that it plays an important role in the formation of blood vessels in the penis and the rest of the body, and also produces nitric oxide. Basically what he leads you to believe is that the endothelium is the key to rockhard directions.

With endothelial dysfunction the smooth muscle cells can't relax properly and this prevents vasodilation, which means little to no erection. In a 2006 study (mentioned in the video) this was founded and it is suggested that ED and a dysfunctional endothelium are related.

However, Mr Jon Stonner presents the information in a very misleading way. While there is a good amount of research pointing to this being true, it is only "one piece of the puzzle" so to speak. Having a healthy endothelium does not necessarily mean you're going to have rockhard erections, although the two are linked.

Turnera diffusa (damiana):

Turnera diffusa, or damiana, is what he claims is the key to boosting endothelium health and maintaining erections into your 80s and beyond. He mentions several studies that supposedly prove this to be the miracle cure he claims it to be.

One of the studies mentioned (source here) suggests that it may hold sexual stimulant properties. Another study published in the Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology shows that high doses of flavonoids given to rats can prevent endothelial dysfunction... Flavonoids that are found in damiana.

This all sounds like great news, but the problem is that most of the studies are performed on rats at very high doses and is a far reach to realistically say that humans can get the same results.

This is just another good example of there being some truth to what he tells you, but all in all the claims are blown out of proportion.

But anyways… Enough of this… Let's get to the actual review of Erectify Ultra.

Erectify ULTRA Review

Erectify Ultra

Erectify Ultra is supposedly the creation of this Jon Stonner guy, who might not even exist and is probably just a fictitious character that was made up to promote this product.

But anyways… It is a 100% natural supplement that is marketed as a "cure all" miracle, or at least that is how it seems to me.

A look at the Ingredients

In the video presentation you are told that it contains the "perfect amount" of 16 different ingredients, but really doesn't tell you much more than that. Not even on the official website do they tell you the amount of these ingredients that the supplement contains.

I had to do a little digging around and was finally able to find a list of the dosages of all the different ingredients on another website. They are as follows…

  • Vitamin E 20 IU
  • Vitamin D3 40 mg
  • Horny Goat Weed 280 mg
  • Hawthorne Berry 250 mg
  • Damiana Leaf 200 mg
  • Muira Puama 200 mg
  • Ginkgo Biloba Leaf 120 mg
  • Chinese Ginseng 120 mg
  • Tribulus Fruit Extract 120 mg
  • Catuaba Bark 84.5 mg
  • Saw Palmetto 84.5 mg
  • Inosine 50 mg
  • L-Arginine 50 mg
  • Oat Straw 32 mg
  • Cayenne Fruit 20 mg
  • Soy Isolate Protein 0.5 mg

 Now you probably recognize a fair number of these ingredients, such as vitamin D, vitamin E and so on. You may also recognize that a lot of these ingredients are going to be pretty much completely worthless. For example… What the heck is 20 IU of vitamin D going to do for you? Practically nothing. And the same goes for vitamin D… That is such a small dose that I don't even know what the point is of including it in such a supplement.

It is the more exotic ingredients in this supplement that catch your attention… Things like horny goat weed, the damiana leaf, catuaba bark, etc. But don't be fooled by these strange ingredients and all the hype surrounding them.

While this supplement does have a lot of good ingredients that "could" help, if you do little bit of research and look around on reputable sites like WebMD and Examine.com, you will find that these ingredients lack good hard evidence to support many of the claims made by Erectify Ultra and are not going to be comparable to prescription pills.

The Upside:

The upside is that these ingredients are all 100% natural. There is nothing crazy about them and you don't have to worry much about side effects. Of course you have the typical side effects that some people have experienced, like upset stomach, nausea, asthma, and so on… But for the most part there's nothing to be too concerned about.

Another Over-hyped Product

My readers and followers wanted me to review this product and I am giving you my honest answer here… It seems like another over-hyped product that simply is not going to be the miracle they lead you to believe it is.

If it really were an amazing product they would not have to use all the ridiculous "scammy" marketing tactics to lure people in… You know, like the scare tactics they use where they say you have to buy in right away because "big Pharma" is going to shut them down, how they try to scare you away from other ED pills and warn you about all the dangers, and also how they say that the price is going to be increasing if you don't buy in right away.

Will you see any positive benefits to taking the supplement?

While it does have some potential, the doses are too low to have any significant impact.

And you can't really trust this company..

You should also know that this product is made by a company called "Healthy Male Concepts", which I have looked into and can't find any information on. This is a bit worrisome because when taking supplements you want to be able to trust what you are putting into your body.

Conclusion: Scam?

I don't know if I would call this a straight up scam, but I can definitely see why other people are calling it such. If your definition of a scam is a product that is over-hyped and marketed in a incredibly misleading way, luring people in with the hopes and dreams of it being some miracle, then yes this is a scam. However, I'm not going to call it a pure scam myself simply because there is a possibility that it could have some positive effects on erectile dysfunction.

In conclusion this is another product I definitely would not recommend.

But anyways… I hope you enjoyed my honest review and found it helpful. Please leave your comments and questions below. I'll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂

Agent Kyle

Kyle is the founder and chief editor at HealthBuster.org. He takes pride in providing truthful product reviews to warn the public of potential waste of money products and scams.

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