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VigRX
VigRX
VigRX stimulates natural growth of cells of a cavernous body of penis increasing its size.
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60 caps x 1 bottle
$115.99
$115.99
$0.00
60 caps x 2 bottles
$184.99
$92.50
$46.98
60 caps x 3 bottles
$249.99
$83.33
$97.98

Product Description

Common use 
VigRX Plus is 100% homeopathic product without any known side effects that stimulates natural growth of cells of a cavernous body of penis increasing its size. All growth is permanent. 

Dosage and direction 
Recommended dosage of 2 tablets should be taken once daily after a meal. 

Precautions 
VigRX Plus is to be used only by the consumer for whom it is recommended. Do not give it to people even if they similar symptoms. 

Contraindications 
No contraindications are described for this herbal product. Consult your physician if any condition bothers you. 

Possible side effect 
There have been no reported side effects associated with VigRX Plus. 

Missed dose 
Take the forgotten dose as soon as possible, skip the next dose according to your schedule if it is almost time for it. Never double the dose of this herbal supplement. 

Overdose 
No signs of overdose are known. If you suppose that you took too much of it consult your physician. 

Storage 
Store VigRX Plus at room temperature, between 68-77 F (20-25 C) away from heat, moisture, light, children and pets. 

Disclaimer 
All products presented at this site are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Don't hesitate to consult your health care practitioner before taking any dietary supplement.

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