Uttar Pradesh, India -- (ReleaseWire) -- 01/09/2014 -- Male enhancement products are manufactured and marketed by some of the most popular herbal companies. These products are dedicated to men to help them enlarge their reproductive organ significantly. These supplements are made up of natural and safe formula with a combination of ingredients that include Chlorohytum, Salep, Shilajeet, Mucuna pruriens, and many more that have been proved to cure many other male problems, too. It has been proved through research and scientific experiments that certain herbs like the ones mentioned above have a role in increasing the virility and endurance in men. Because of the marketing hype and a common misconception regarding the average penile size in developing countries like India these types of products are being sold in hundreds of thousands of bottles in not just India, but also abroad.
Herbal male supplements are not just available online, but they can be purchased offline from a grocery store or a chemist shop. Studies have revealed that more than seventy percent of men in India have their male reproductive organ smaller than the desired size. Out of the seventy percent of men, more than sixty two percent believe in herbal products.
With these products hitting a record sale worth 20 Million Rupees in India in 2013, chances are that more companies will be entering the market in the coming years. According to sources some of the very reputed pharmaceutical companies including Ranbaxy and Cipla have already started working on their plans to manufacture such products.
Although male enhancement supplements have caught the eye of the mainstream population, they have been severely criticized by doctors, scholars and critics alike. They have been claimed to be of no use by the experts but the way more and more people are consuming these products indicate an immediate need for the civic authorities to take appropriate action to determine their credibility.
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