Truvalast What is it? Side Effects
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Truvalast

What is it? Side Effects

Truvalast is a capsule for increasing male potency, related to dietary supplements. A distinctive feature is the ability to use at any age without fear of side effects.

How to use?

There are three main courses of taking Truvalast:

  • From 40 days for the prevention of impotence or for its rare manifestations.
  • From 2 months for impotence caused by stress and other psychological problems.
  • 2.5 months for serious diseases of the genital area.

3 months after the end of the course of taking capsules, repeated prophylactic use is recommended to consolidate the result.

Ingredients, composition

Truvalast capsules contain extracts of rose hips, fruit body of shiitake mushroom and ginseng root.
Application by swallowing - 3 times a day, one capsule, regardless of the number of meals. It is also possible to take it 15 minutes before intercourse to prolong it. The capsules themselves are washed down with a glass of water. It is also recommended to drink plenty of water half an hour before use. This will ensure the best absorption of the dietary supplement.

Opinions, forum, comments

One package of Truvalast contains 30 capsules, which have a therapeutic effect in any of the chosen courses of administration. This is due to the plant origin. Rosehip extract stabilizes blood circulation, normalizes metabolism in the body. Shiitake mushroom fruit body extract is a powerful antioxidant and immunomodulator, and ginseng root extract is known worldwide for its tonic effect. The biologically active substances above are a natural aphrodisiac that increases testosterone levels in a man's body.
In addition to solving problems with potency, the components of dietary supplements reduce the level of cholesterol in the blood, help in cleansing the body of toxins. Plus, the capsules are tasteless due to the lack of third-party additives.
Due to its natural origin, there have been no cases of overdose of the dietary supplement Truvalast. Individual intolerance to the components is possible.
Truvalast is not a drug.

Where to buy - in pharmacies?

Rating


Specifications
4.8
Price
4.7
Packing quality
4.6
Ease of application
4.3
Delivery speed
4.9
Structure
4.6
Efficiency
4.5
Overall rating
4.6

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