Volume500 is a dietary supplement designed to boost sperm volume during ejaculation and provide a stronger orgasm. It is produced in capsule form by 500cosmetics.
The company is based in Europe and markets several other products that are designed to improve/enhance the sex life.
Volume500 is probably best described as a semen enhancer and the manufacturer states results should become apparent within just a few weeks.
Promised benefits include:
- Increases the sex drive.
- Improves the quantity and quality of sperm.
- Provides more powerful ejaculations.
- Experience longer, more pleasurable orgasms.
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How Does it Work ?
The manufacturer states their chosen blend of ingredients has the ability to increase blood flow to the corpora cavernosa and provide nutrients that will improve the sperm quality. However, it does not seem likely that this process would produce such results because the corpora cavernosa governs erection quality. Sperm is manufactured by the testes.
Volume500 is a one-pill-per-day formulation.
The official website lists only six active ingredients, but Amazon provides a picture of the back of the box and this lists a total of 15 ingredients; so the difference is considerable.
Each capsule contains:
- Tribulus terrestris L (120mg): A plant extract that provides a steroidal saponin called protodioscin. Although some tests conducted on animals show it may have the power to improve erection quality, the extract is not generally linked to sperm volume or quality.
- HPMC (E464) (100mg): An ingredient used to control the release rate of oral medications.
- Fucus vesiculosus L. (100mg): Better known as bladderwrack. Fucus vesiculosus is credited with many abilities, but is unlikely to support the aims of a blend such as this.
- Ganoderma lucidum (100mg): Also called reishi mushroom. It is sometimes used as a a treatment for chronic fatigue, but is not likely to boost sperm volume or quality.
- Maltodextrin (100mg): A popular food additive. The reason for its inclusion here is unclear.
- Microcellulose (E460i) (100mg): It is not clear what function this ingredient is meant to perform.
- Apium graveolens L. (95mg): Celery hiding behind a fancy name. A study conducted on rats suggests it may improve spermatogenesis, but there is no evidence to suggest it can will work in the same way for humans.
- Asparagus officinalis L. (90mg): Unlikely to improve sperm volume or quality, but asparagus has a reputation for infusing the sperm with an unpleasant smell and flavour.
- Carthamus tinctorius L. (82mg): Has been shown to have value for improving spermatogenesis in mice, but the ingredient also produces toxic effects so researchers recommend the ingredient be used with caution.
- Actinidia chinensis (50mg): Kiwi fruit. Although we found reference to kiwi fruit and sperm quality, none of the articles were provided by reputable sources.
- Cinnamomum aromaticum (50mg): Some studies show cinnamon may improve sperm mobility and quality, but once again the studies were conducted on mice rather than human males.
- Serenoa repens (50mg): Also called saw palmetto. An article available at the University of Maryland Medical Centre states the ingredient used to be considered a libido booster in the early 1900s, but fails to confirm its value in this regard.
- Panax ginseng (50mg): An Asian herb that is believed to be an aphrodisiac, but such claims have never been proven.
- Zingiber officinale roscoe (50mg): Some studies suggest ginger may boost seminal motility in fertile men, but it takes more than three months before the effects become apparent.
- Zinc (12mg): A mineral that is generally well respected for its testosterone boosting abilities.
Customer opinion and comments are very good with many satisfied customers.
By way of a health warning, 500Cosmetics merely state the formulation contains quality natural ingredients and claim it is recommended by prestigious medical doctors. They then advise customers to make sure they are not allergic to any of the ingredients. However, according to WebMD, ganoderma lucidum (reishi mushroom) can react with some medications and can have toxic defects on the liver if it is used for more than one month. Other known side effects include increased risk of bleeding and low blood pressure.
Bearing this in mind we urge all potential users to discuss the matter with their doctor prior to taking any product that contains ganoderma lucidum.
Where To Buy Volume500 Canada
Available to buy direct from official product website – customers who purchase receive a free tube of Provirilia “intimate, invigorating sex gel, which apparently has the power to increase excitement levels during sexual encounters.
At the time of this review the cost of a 30-day supply of pills had been reduced from $98.85 down to $39.95. Bulk buy incentives were also available, with the best offer being offered to customers who purchased a six month supply of pills for $239 and received a further six months supply free of charge.
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