It’s quite understandable that something as well known, even famous, as the blue pill has its fair share of critics but in this case, if you believe all the research and surveys, it is far from being considered a rip off – In fact most users see it to be a definite wonder cure for impotence or erectile dysfunction.
When Pfizer, the manufacturers of Viagra, carried out their latest survey on problems with sexual performance and ED they found these two very interesting facts;
- 1 out of every 4 men aged over 40 years old suffers with erectile dysfunction
- The cause for ED is normally through bad health or bad lifestyle habits, not age related
Does that mean that all men are naturally supposed to have a full and active sex life no matter what age they are, but are prevented from achieving that only because of either leading an excessive, self harming lifestyle or because they have an illness that is preventing them in some way or another?
Possibly, although the medical profession would have us believe that men reach their sexual peak by the age of 18 and spiral downwards after that. Again, could that be because by that age most men have discovered such harmful habits like smoking and alcohol and, in most cases are finished with regular sporting activities which, as Pfizer point out, are all bad traits conducive to erectile dysfunction?
Is the Blue Pill a Cure All?
Is it really possible that despite leading a lifestyle that is known to be self-destructive and harmful to sexual performance, simply taking something minutes before sex will right all the wrongs and have a guy performing like a porno star?
Is the blue pill going to be able to magically create a wonderful lover out of a man so drunk he can hardly stand on his own two feet? What do you think? Even Pfizer are worried that too many expect blue pill for erection problem treatment to work miracles and if they don’t, discard them as just an expensive rip off.
The bottom line is that with over 20 million users worldwide, facts speak for themselves and when used properly as the manufacturers advise, they can most definitely help anyone suffering with impotence by giving stronger erections, increasing desire and libido and helping with a longer more satisfying performance.
The Difference between Pfizer’s Product and the Herbal Blue Pill
Many ask what the main differences are between using Pfizer’s Viagra and an herbal substitute.
The biggest difference is that Pfizer’s branded product is chemically based and has to be prescribed by your own doctor; and because of the chemical makeup it is not always suitable for every man especially if he has any form of heart condition or blood pressure problem.
On the other hand, herbal blue pills consist of all natural herbs, do not need to be prescribed by a medical doctor and are considered to be safe to consume and as equally effective as their branded sister-product; in most cases herbal alternatives are far less expensive too.
So is the blue pill a wonder cure or a rip off? Each to his own conclusion but as mentioned earlier, if 20 million people all over the world use it on a regular basis then surely that is enough evidence to indicate a positive rather than a negative, agreed?