The Food and Drug Administration is a board which looks over potential food and drink products as well as medical treatments, giving clearance and certification to those products it feels are both effective and safe for consumption. As stated before, there are many male enhancement pills on the market. After all, erectile dysfunction is an ailment which afflicts millions of men in the United States and even more worldwide; as such, there’s a great market for pills which can claim to be able to treat the symptoms of erectile dysfunction as well as deal with the problem directly. However, for the glut of pills on the market today, few are actually potent, and even fewer still are FDA-certified—tadalafil is a chemical compound which has been proven to be effective against erectile dysfunction. As such, the manufacturers of Cialis are proud to report that their pill is not only safe and potent, but certified as being so by one of the most respected medical associations in the United States. The FDA has high standards for the products it chooses to endorse as being safe and effective, and the makers of Cialis are proud to not only meet that standard, but continue to strive forward and push the envelope when it comes to taking the fight to erectile dysfunction.TESTING, EFFECTS AND USE
As stated, tadalafil has been approved by the FDA; this came as the result of stringent and repeated clinical testing. More than 15,000 men have tested the drug, and the effects thus far have been increased libido coupled with a decrease in the symptoms of erectile dysfunction. There are different dosages available, and it’s important to check both the label and a medical consultant to see if this drug is right for you. Cialis in particular works by stimulating the penile area in such a way as to be more receptive to and experience more of what’s known as “cGMP,” which is necessary for sexual stimulation in an erectile fashion to take place.
As with any medical endeavor, it’s always a good idea to check with your doctor and check the side effects before you begin taking this drug.