The ViSwiss Formula

Unique in Concept & in Result

The ViSwiss™ formula is made up of purely natural ingredients. This important fact gives you the confidence to use ViSwiss™ without the worries of the unwanted side effects and health risks of RX male sexual enhancement products.

Moreover, since ViSwiss™ is all-natural, you don't need a doctor’s prescription to place an order.

The ViSwiss™ formula is comprised of potent aphrodisiac herbal concentrates from China, Europe and South America. Together they stimulate sexual activity, maintain and enhance erections and increase sperm production in the testis. The ViSwiss™ ingredients come from growers with only the most potent plants from these regions. They are concentrated through a revolutionary process that enhances them to superior quality. These herbs are concentrated 15 times more than the industry standard.


Epimedium - 1mg

After centuries of use in the Far East, medical doctors now report that Epimedium can be effectively used to boost libido, improve erectile function, restore sexual power and increase sensation.[3] Scientifically, Epimedium works by freeing up testosterone, which naturally increases sex drive and endurance.[4] It contains an active ingredient called Icariin, which acts as an aphrodisiac. Icariin helps to inhibit PDE-5 in the body.[5]

Epimedium also increases blood flow to the male organs. It does this by allowing the nitric oxide levels to increase, relaxing smooth muscles.[6] It also acts as a mild PDE-5 inhibitor and reduces PDE-5 levels, at a level that doesn't produce unwanted side effects.[7]

Ashwaganda Root

Ashwagandha Root - 1mg

Ashwagandha is used as for sexual vitality, as an adaptogen, and as a sedative. [8] Some refer to Ashwagandha as Indian ginseng, as it is used in ayurvedic medicine similar to how ginseng is used in traditional Chinese medicine. Ashwagandha is widely used in Ayurveda, an Indian system of holistic medicine. The root is primarily recognized for its adaptogenic properties.[9] An adaptogen is a physiological agent with the ability to naturally increase the body's resistance to emotional and physical stresses. Ayurvedic practitioners traditionally use Ashwagandha to promote gentle relaxation and emotional balance. [10] We included Ashwagandha Root in ViSwiss™ to act as a relaxing and stress reducing agent on the male's body to help erections form naturally.

We included Ashwagandha Root in ViSwiss™ to act as a relaxing and stress reducing agent on the male’s body. By that we help the body build up an erection naturally.

Avena Sativa

Avena Sativa - 50mg

Avena sativa is quickly becoming a popular natural alternative to pharmaceutical erection enhancers without the dangerous side effects. Avena Sativa extract frees up bound testosterone in the blood, making it more active.[11] Avena Sativa is used to stimulate both men and women quickly and effectively. It also contains compounds which are soothing to the brain and the nervous system.[13]

Gingko Biloba

Ginkgo Biloba - 60mg

Ginkgo biloba has been recognized as a brain tonic and can be responsible for enhancing memory, improving both short and long term memory, increasing reaction times and improving mental clarity.[14] Because of these benefits of Ginkgo Biloba it is now used for elderly patients suffering with Alzheimer's disease and other cerebral insufficiency symptoms.[15] Other benefits of ginkgo biloba include reducing tension, anxiety, and restoring energy.[16] We included Ginko Biloba in ViSwiss™ to clear away mental and physical tension prior to a man’s sexual build up.

Korean Ginseng

Korean Ginseng - 100mg

The main active ingredients of Korean ginseng are ginsenosides. These steroid-like phytochemicals have adaptogenic properties, which give ginseng the property to counter the effects of stress.[17] The glycosides act on the adrenal glands, helping to stop adrenal hypertrophy and excess corticosteroid production in response to stress.[18] Ginseng stimulates the formation of blood vessels and improves blood circulation in the brain thereby improving memory and cognitive abilities.[19] Ginseng is also used for diabetes, migraine, infections, radiation and chemotherapy protection, to aid in sleep, and to stimulate the appetite.[21]


Maca - 50mg

Known as Peruvian Ginseng, which supports the glandular system.[22] This herb serves two functions of sexual health: it enhances sexual performance and desire, as well as improves endurance and energy.[23] Lepidium meyenii or maca is an herbaceous biennial plant or annual plant (some sources say a perennial plant) native to the high Andes of Bolivia and Peru. It is grown for its fleshy hypocotyl (actually a fused hypocotyl and taproot), which is used as a root vegetable and a medicinal herb.[24] Its Spanish and Quechua names include maca-maca, maino, ayak chichira, and ayak willku. Maca has been harvested and used by humans in the Andean Mountains for centuries. It was eaten by Inca warriors before battles, and was used a form of payment of Spanish imperial taxes.[25] A double-blind study by the Department of Urology, University of Ulsan College of Medicine attempted to study the "efficacy of Maca for erectile dysfunction." Their conclusion was, "Our data shows that red ginseng is an effective alternative for male erectile dysfunction".[26] A key ingredient of Maca is ginsenoside, which alters blood flow to the brain and penis and can build blood flow and sperm. Russian scientists have reported that Ginseng stimulates both physical and mental activity, enhances athletic performance and has a positive effect on the sex glands.[27] Used to fight impotence and premature ejaculation, Maca also helps normalize blood pressure while rejuvenating and revitalizing the body.[28]

Muira Puama

Muira Puama - 200mg

Muira puama, also called "potency wood," is a small tree up to 15 feet in height native to the Brazilian Amazon.[29] Indigenous peoples use muira puama for the therapy of impotency, fatigue, neuromuscular problems, and rheumatism.[30] Muira puama's botanical name is Ptychopetalum olacoides. Don't be surprised if you see muira puama spelled in many different ways, including mara puama, marapuama, and marapama.

Saw Palmetto (Ptychopetalum)

Saw Palmetto (Ptychopetalum) - 1mg

Saw palmetto extract is an extract of the fruit of Serenoa repens. Native Americans used the fruit for a variety of urinary and reproductive system problems.[31] It is rich in fatty acids and phytosterols, and has shown promise in cases of benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH.[32]

BPH is a nearly universal result of the aging process in men.[33] As the prostate gland enlarges, it can cause both obstructive and irritative symptoms; however, the size of the prostate gland is not predictive of the symptoms that patients experience. We included Saw palmetto in ViSwiss™ for its male organ strengthening and anti-aging qualities.


L-Arginine - 300mg

This is what scientists call the "Miracle Molecule" because its powerful health-promoting properties make it THE most potent amino acid ever discovered.[38] It lowers blood pressure, increases circulation of blood, and increases sperm count and semen volume in men.[39] Its properties were recognized by the 1998 Nobel Prize in Medicine and since then it's created frenzy in natural medicine.[40]

L-Arginine safely increases nitric oxide in the body. Nitric oxide causes vasodilatation, allowing for blood vessels in the penis dilate, increasing blood flow, and helping you maintain an erection. It stimulates protein synthesis and aids healing, bodybuilding, and the enhancement of sperm production.[41]

The proprietary ViSwiss™ manufacturing process extracts the ingredients 17 times their normal strength to provide research-proven immediate & long-term benefits.


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*ViSwiss works differently for each person and the specific results mentioned are not guaranteed for 100% of ViSwiss users.

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