Men's Sexual Function Supplement
*A safe, physician-formulated over-the-counter supplement for men that supports active sexual health and erectile function. Through years of research and development, the team behind Revactin Review has created a patent-pending combination of ingredients that support healthy erectile function.
- Ginger - To date, the only nutraceutical that has been shown to enhance iNOS activity.
- L - Citrulline - Converts to L-arginine in the body, which improves sexual function directly by increasing blood flow to your genitals for better erections. L-arginine is a precursor to nitric oxide, which acts as a vasodilator, opening up blood vessels and allowing for an increased amount of blood to flow into the penile cavities.
- Muira Pauma - A natural compound found in the Amazon that has been used to both increase libido and increase penile health
- Paullina Cupana - A natural compound found in Brazil that has been shown to support erectile function.
120 capsules in each bottle
Directions: Take 2 capsules, twice a day, preferably with a full glass of water. If you miss a dose take the regular dose on the following day, and continue on your course. Do not double up the dosage.
Frequently Asked Questions about Revactin
What is Revactin? Revactin is a doctor-formulated over-the-counter supplement for men that supports active sexual health. REVACTIN was originally conceived and subsequently developed to support erectile function as we age. REVACTIN is the culmination of more than a decade of research by an esteemed international team of leading doctors and scientists.
How does Revactin work? Preclinical studies indicate that REVACTIN supports the health of smooth muscle cells, the tissue in the penis that enables a man to achieve and maintain an erection. A key ingredient in REVACTIN Review has also been shown in a clinical study to help enhance erectile function by aiding the production of nitric oxide (NO), which is vital to erectile function.
How soon will I see results? When taken as recommended, preclinical studies suggests that some men may start seeing improvements within 30 to 90 days.
Who should take Revactin? Revactin is for men who want to maintain or support their sexual health and erectile function as they age. As with any new wellness routine, if you have any medical problems or take any medications, you should consult with your doctor.
What is needed to support erectile function? Healthy erectile function requires supporting the tissue called smooth muscle cells in the penis. It's the smooth muscle cells that help a man achieve and maintain an erection by allowing the tissue in the penis to become infused with blood, and by keeping that blood from flowing out of the tissue during sexual activity.
Are there side effects? Some uncommon side effects attributed to Revactin include bitter taste, dyspepsia (indigestion) and, in rare instances, heartburn. We recommend taking the product with food and a full glass of water to help limit these side effects. If you experience other side effects, stop taking REVACTIN and call your doctor.
Who is the team behind Revactin? The international team of doctors and scientists who developed REVACTIN is led by Jacob Rajfer, M.D., a leading researcher on penile health and function whose work has been utilized in the development of products such as Viagra. A Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Urology at UCLA, Dr. Rajfer made UCLA one of the top basic science research centers in the field of erectile function.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease and is intended for healthy adults 18 years of age or older. We cannot guarantee that you will not experience side effects, short or long term. When you purchase and/or use this product you agree that your use of the product is completely at your own risk and further agree to hold Intimate Wellness Shop, Inc. and their officers and directors harmless from any claims of liability. The information provided does not constitute medical advice and should not take the place of consulting a physician. This information does not and should not replace treatment from a medical professional. If you need medical advice or assistance, you should consult a physician.
Penile and Vaginal Blood Flow
Every bodily function, including sex, is dependent on good blood flow. Our body keeps itself vibrant and alive is by carrying oxygen, hormones, and nutrients via the bloodstream to all tissues and cells. The more activity that a certain part of our body engages in, the more blood flow is directed to that area.
Although you might typically associate blood flow with your heart, brain or muscles, it's also a crucial factor in the way your genitals function. In men, blood flow to erectile tissue produces an erection and stimulates the prostate gland to start releasing pre-ejaculatory fluid. Blood flow also benefits women by increasing the clitoris’s size and sensation and by enhancing vaginal lubrication.
When a woman becomes aroused, the blood vessels in her genitals dilate. There is increased blood flow in the clitoris and vaginal walls, which causes fluid to pass through them. This is the main source of lubrication, which makes the vagina wet.
The external genitalia or vulva (including the clitoris, vaginal opening, and inner and outer lips or labia) become engorged (swollen) due to the increased blood supply. Inside the body, the top of the vagina expands.
The pulse and breathing quicken, and blood pressure rises. A woman may become flushed, especially on the chest and neck, due to the blood vessels dilating.
The genital area may tingle or throb.
Optimal blood flow throughout the body is essential to healthy sexual functioning. Here are some things you can try to help optimize blood flow to genital organs:
1) Try a supplement with L-arginine. ArginMax, is a dietary supplement made from L-arginine, Panax ginseng, Ginkgo biloba, damiana leaf, and various vitamins and minerals. There have been two placebo-controlled studies published (2001, 2006) showing that this combination helps to improve arousal, desire, orgasm, sexual frequency, and clitoral sensation in women. The latest clinical study showed a benefit within four weeks. And this supplement does not appear to have estrogenic enhancement properties, which means that you don't have to worry about it messing with your hormones.
A recent randomized trial evaluating daily use of Panax ginseng compared to placebo found a significant improvement in arousal for postmenopausal women.
2) Use warming massage oil. Massage oil for has shown some promising clinical results to suggest that it increases sensitivity and warmth, and may improve female desire, arousal, and overall sexual pleasure when applied to the clitoris, labia, and vaginal opening. Many of these products contain borage and evening primrose oil which contain large amounts of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA, an omega-6 fatty acid), which theoretically can get metabolized to prostaglandin, a compound that could increase blood flow and enhance nerve communication. A few participants in the trials experienced mild genital burning that lasted 5 to 30 minutes, so you might want to test it out on a small area before you go spreading it around.
3) Lube. Lubes are a must for anyone experiencing pain with sex. And chaffing is something that happens to even the most naturally lubricated women. Water-based lube is best to use with condoms. Oil-based lubricants such as petroleum jelly, olive oil, clear mineral oil, coconut butter, and vitamin E can cause condoms to break. Silicone lubricants may be better for longer sexual encounters in which condoms are not being used because they are not absorbed well by the skin, and stay fluid longer. They must be cleaned off with soap and water.
4) Make lifestyle changes. This is by far the most cost-effective method to improve sexual pleasure. Recent research demonstrated that lifestyle changes can improve overall sexual satisfaction and even prevent sexual dysfunction in women, including loss of desire, libido, arousal, inability to orgasm, pain, and dryness. The results of the study suggest that you should try to:
Exercise at least every other day for 30 minutes or more.
Reduce the overall calories in your diet by 100 to 200 calories a day.
Increase your intake of fatty, omega-3-rich fish to at least 2 servings a week
Increase your intake of monounsaturated fat and omega-3s from plant sources like flaxseed, chia seed, and heart-healthy cooking oils such as canola, olive, and safflower.
Increase your intake of high-quality protein from lean grass-fed beef, fish, or eggs, or from protein powders such as those made with whey, egg white, or, if you are a strict vegetarian from soy, pea, or brown rice powders.
Consume 20 to 30 grams of quality fiber every day. Some great sources are beans, peas, and lentils. Berries, nuts, and whole grains are also good.
Eat a balanced diet low in sugars (including fructose and high-fructose corn syrup), trans fats, high-glycemic carbohydrates, and salt to keep arteries in good shape.