Please read the descriptions. If you want to buy products for less power, go to the bottom of this page for products.
Many products for power have little or no scientific evidence supporting the claims. I have compiled a list of the products that are based on the most dubious claims. The products reviewed have been scientifically proven ineffective in treating sexual dysfunction, including orgasms, or in any other way. They are also often ineffective and dangerous for your body. The most dangerous of these products is Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) boosters. PSA's are made by injecting the hormone into the body. However, they don't work. I have found them to be dangerous and often harmful. Prostate Specific Antigen, for example, can cause serious problems with the heart, the bladder, the skin, and the lungs. Some PSA boosters can cause liver problems. PSA's are often called "the magic bullet." They work by increasing the production of PSA, the "killer" hormone. They make you more and more "sexually available" (i.e. more attractive). However, you can lose your ability to get a lot of other "sexually desirable" results that you might have wanted. It's an old and tired myth.
What is the difference between an oral contraceptive pill and one that you take in the vagina?
Some women will take a pill with a female hormone called progestin. That female hormone helps regulate the menstrual cycle.