Q. I just thought I would share my experiences with Passion Rx. Over two months ago, I chanced upon this sexual enhancing product. I was impressed by its list of ingredients, including maca, tribulus, muira puama and yohimbe, and many others. Until this time, I have been dependent on Cialis - there was no way I could perform without it. Sometimes, even with Cialis, I had to have the greatest concentration else, I will lose it. I have been on testosterone patches and got no relief. So, I decided to take the plunge and ordered one Passion Rx with Yohimbe. Around the 3rd week, I noticed that i started having spontaneous hard-ons. One night, during that week, my wife took me by surprise in the morning (I left the new pack of Cialis I just bought in my office and couldn't run downstairs before the action, so I decided to go ahead. I was surprised -- we did it. In the past, this would not have been possible, i would have lost my erection half-way.. But now I realized that I had so much libido -- the desire was strong. I decided to take the capsules for one more week. By the 4th week, I could have sex with my woman without taking the Cialis. In fact, I have used only 8 out of the 100 Cialis tabs that had arrived about 3 months ago. Interestingly, I noticed differences in how I feel even with a condom. Previously, I could not sustain an erection with a condom on, even when I take the Cialis. But now, without the Cialis and on this supplement alone, I can use a condom and still complete the act without losing it. I am so happy with your product that I reordered a second bottle and taking it now. I don't know when I would have to stop -- but realized that I can skip a couple of days and still have a long term effect. Thanks for a great product.

   Comments: We love getting these types of testimonials. For long term use, Passion Rx is only needed 2 or 3 days a week. It is a good idea to take a full week off after each month of use. Most people notice a benefit within days rather than weeks.

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