Golden Root Complex was first formulated around 10 years ago and was the most successful of the herbal preparations designed to combat erectile dysfunction and lack of libido.
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Golden Root Complex was first formulated around 10 years ago and was the most successful of the herbal preparations designed to combat erectile dysfunction and lack of libido. The marketing of the product was first class and it soon became known all over the UK as an effective alternative to prescription drugs. Unusually for a herbal product, Golden Root took effect within 30-60 minutes of taking it. This was due to the use of the right combination of herbal extracts formulated in the correct (and very concentrated) proportions. Readily available from men’s room vending machines, barber shops and some chemist stores, and selling for £3-4 per capsule, Golden Root was sold in huge numbers to an equally huge number of satisfied customers. It was made using blue capsules and soon became known variously as the blue pill, blue capsule or herbal via
1 Box contains 10 capsules
Pure natural herb extract
Rhodiola Rosea, Cynomorium Songaricum, Tongkat Ali, Leuzea Carthamoides Ext, Siberian Ginseng Ext, Schisandra Chinensis Ext, Schisandra Chinensis, Muira Pauma, Saw Palmetto, Damiana, Chuchuhuhuasi, Guarana Seed, Cayenne, Grape Seex Ext, Kwaopet
1 pill to be taken with a full glass of water, 30 – 40 minutes before activity.
Strong erection within 20 – 30 minutes.
Effective for up to 24 hours – do not exceed one pill within 24 hour period.
Not to be used by anyone under the age of 18.
Whilst these are natural and do not require a perscription, they should not be taken if you suffer from any kind of heart condition or blood pressure.
If you are taking medication, or have any health concerns you must check with your doctor first.
Golden Root Complex can be sold over the counter in high street shops and chemists, supermarkets etc. No perscription is required. Golden Root Complex has passed an EU Directive on Herbal Medicines (Oct 2005) and complies with section 12(2) of the Medicines Act 1968