Vaso Ultra Reviews
Promising to increase penis size, enhance sensitivity, and increase penis muscle, Vaso Ultra is among the most ambitious male enhancement supplements I’ve ever seen.
Created by Research and Applied Sciences (RAS), Vaso Ultra is advertised as “40 times more powerful than top competing brands.”
However, RAS has run into trouble before with past products, and I find some of the claims made on Vaso-Ultra.com disturbing. To see if my suspicions are warranted, I’ll take a closer look at Vaso Ultra.
Examining the Vaso Ultra Website
One of the first things that stood out to me when researching Vaso Ultra was the unprofessional quality of the website. Misspellings and grammatical errors plague the site, and actual ingredients are misspelled and even mispronounced. This tells me Vaso Ultra wasn’t created by a professional company with knowledge in creating supplements.
Another disturbing aspect of the Vaso Ultra website was the number of scientifically-incorrect claims made. RAS continually refers to the “reverse nitric oxide pathway” as the breakthrough that enlarges your penis, a phrase that means nothing to people who really understand the ingredients in Vaso Ultra.
Vaso Ultra also says their product is “proven in published clinical studies” to increase penis size by 36%. However, they don’t provide any links to this study and there’s no information online about Vaso Ultra being tested. And, considering no herbal supplement permanently increases penis size, this claim is invalidated further.
Along with these incorrect statements, the website also makes truly bizarre claims about giving your penis a more “muscular” look. I’m not sure what this means, but I’m fairly confident it’s off-base.
Perhaps the most concerning is that Vaso-Ultra.com is identical to Vaso-9.com, a website advertising the exact same formula in a supplement called Vaso-9. Both products are marketed and sold by the same company. There are even parts of the Vaso Ultra website where RAS clearly slipped up and forgot to change “Vaso-9” to “Vaso Ultra.”
Just based off these appearances, I’m already skeptical about Vaso Ultra.
The Vaso Ultra Formula
RAS doesn’t tell us much about the Vaso Ultra formula. Instead of giving us the product’s nutrition label, we get an ingredient list under the “Frequently Asked Questions” section of the website.
I don’t like this approach because it doesn’t let us know anything else about the blend other than these ingredients. We don’t know the blend’s total size, any individual ingredient amounts, or number of capsules per serving.
Nevertheless, I’ll settle for what RAS does tell us and go over these ingredients now.
L-Arginine and L-Citrulline
These 2 amino acids are included for their ability to trigger nitric oxide production. Nitric oxide expands blood vessels to allow more blood to travel throughout the body, including to the penis. This ensures a thicker, higher-quality erection. Arginine and citrulline’s benefits have been observed several times, including in a study involving patients with septis and septic shock—conditions that usually decrease nitric oxide production .
Because tribulus terrestris is associated with greater testosterone production, it is featured as the active ingredient. With increased testosterone, sex drive and physical endurance improve, resulting in enhanced sexual performance. However, tribulus terrestris won’t trigger penile growth, as Vaso Ultra advertisements promise.
This proprietary blend contains 4 ingredients designed to inhibit aromatase and optimize free testosterone.
• Eurycoma Longifolia. Protodexx’s first ingredient is also its most effective. Euryocma longifolia is an herbal extract that inhibits sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG) to enhance free testosterone levels. In one study, eurycoma longifolia decreased SHBG levels by 30% to increase testosterone circulation by 400% .
• Maca Root. Maca root is associated with increased energy and a better hormonal imbalance, which corrects erectile dysfunction. Because of these benefits, maca is often fed to livestock to increase fertility .
• Avena Sativa. Avena sativa, or wild oat, naturally improves mood to combat, stress, fatigue, and a low sex drive. It also lowers SHBG production, allowing for more free testosterone .
• Long Pepper. Regarded as an aphrodisiac, long pepper is said to increase sex drive and even reverse infertility symptoms . This can help improve your sexual experience, but—like the other ingredients in Vaso Ultra—it does nothing to increase penis size.
This formula reads like a pretty basic male enhancement supplement. It has ingredients to boost testosterone production, sex drive, and even to improve erection quality. It does not, however, contain ingredients that trigger penile growth. This shouldn’t come as a surprise, as there’s no way to lengthen your penis short of surgery.
I would feel somewhat comfortable with this formula as an average male enhancement product, except RAS gives us no information on individual ingredient quantity or even a total amount for the blend itself. Vaso Ultra could very well contain each of these ingredients, but the blend may be so small, it won’t be effective.
Without any more information on this subject, it’s hard to make a judgment call on Vaso Ultra. Considering RAS’s reputation in the industry, I’m not inclined to give them the benefit of the doubt.
How to Use Vaso Ultra
The usage instructions for Vaso Ultra are pretty vague. All manufacturers say is to take a full serving on an empty stomach two hours after you’ve eaten. However, they go on to recommend taking it first thing in the morning or just before bed. Unless you eat a very late dinner or a very early breakfast, I don’t see how this works out.
According to RAS, you should keep taking the pills once you’ve “reached the 8-inch or 9-inch mark.” However, we’ve already established that Vaso Ultra isn’t going to grow your penis, so this is irrelevant. As a male enhancement supplement, you should just take Vaso Ultra as needed.
Purchasing Vaso Ultra
Manufacturers say Vaso Ultra is available at “leading health food and vitamin retailers” throughout North America and Western Europe, but I find no evidence to support this claim. In fact, although RAS says there’s a waiting list for Vaso Ultra at GNC.com, GNC says it has no plans to market this product.
Unless Vaso Ultra was released to these “health food and vitamin retailers” just recently, the only place to find Vaso Ultra is on Vaso-Ultra.com. There, you have the following purchasing options:
• 1 bottle: $39.99
• 3 bottles: $79.98
• 5 bottles: $119.9.5
• 7 bottles: $159.92
As for shipping, you have 3 options. The most basic is ground service for $9.95. You can also order 3-day express for $19.95, or overnight for $49.95. Be aware the default setting on Vaso-Ultra.com is for 3-day express, so unless you change it, you’ll be charged an extra $20 for shipping.
Each order is backed by RAS’s 60-day money-back guarantee. Hypothetically, you could return the unwanted product within 60 days and qualify for a full refund. However, customers have expressed difficulty getting a refund. They report RAS representatives were rude and unhelpful, offering only a partial refund or actually hanging up the phone when they asked to return the product.
I wouldn’t depend too much on this guarantee as you consider ordering Vaso Ultra.
The Final Judgment on Vaso Ultra
Vaso Ultra is a classic example of a product designed by people who don’t understand supplements and are just looking for some quick cash. The formula and its intended purpose are wildly incongruous, and the manufacturers’ business practices don’t match up with a company concerned about its customers.
Vaso Ultra doesn’t have bad ingredients for a male enhancement supplement, but as a penis pill, it fails. Save your money and keep looking.