About Erectile Dysfunction Protocol
Brought to you by Jason Long, who tells us about how his ED almost ruined his life until he discovered this important information, Erectile Dysfunction Protocol is claimed to be a step-by-step program that can permanently cure your ED within hours, and help you gain erections on-demand in as little as 14 days.
In his promotional video, Jason tells us about a Columbia University study that showed only 5% of all ED cases stem from low testosterone, while the remainder suffered from poor blood flow to the penis. This is caused by blood vessels that aren’t fully relaxed, and won’t allow 100% of the blood to enter.
As such, ED Protocol is claimed to teach you about important amino acids, enzymes, and proteins that can increase blood flow and relax blood vessels throughout your body, including your penis, thereby resulting in faster, firmer erections. In Jason’s Erectile Dysfunction Protocol, we’re also told that we’ll learn how to combine all these ingredients for maximum absorption into our bodies, how to modify it for out personal needs, and how and when to combine different ingredients for the fastest results. And perhaps best of all, Jason claims these key organic compounds can be found at your local grocery store for about $15.
Is ED Protocol a Permanent Solution?
Jason claims that since he made these discoveries, Erectile Dysfunction Protocol has been used by 97,921 men across America to rapidly and permanently cure their ED in as little as 14 days. This is because we’re told that once these blood vessels are repeatedly relaxed, they begin to naturally stay that way, without any help.
Look, talking about your “limp noodle” with anyone (including your doctor) is embarrassing, so you just want something simple and effective to cure it, so you can move on with your life. After all, you feel like a man everywhere else in your life, so why not in the bedroom as well? But can Erectile Dysfunction Protocol help? Consider the following:
Can You Expect ED Protocol to Work as Well as It Claims?
In short, it’s difficult to say, although think about this: If ED Protocol were as revolutionary as it claims, wouldn’t this be front page news all over the globe? Almost certainly, since according to WebMD, “approximately 5% of 40-year-old men and between 15% and 25% of 65-year-old men experience ED on a long-term basis.” In other words, a huge number of men suffer from erectile dysfunction, and would love nothing more than to eradicate it in a matter of weeks, using only inexpensive ingredients from their grocery store.
With this in mind, let’s just say we’re dubious about how well you can actually expect ED Protocol to work.
What Ingredients Does Erectile Dysfunction Protocol Include?
Clearly, the primary content contained in the ED Protocol is related to its ingredients, although we’re not told anything about them other than that they consist of foods and supplements containing important amino acids, enzymes, and proteins that can increase blood flow and relax blood vessels throughout your body.
However, the truth is that natural supplements intended to increase blood flow throughout the body (and to the penis) are nothing new, including a variety of muscle and fitness products, testosterone boosters, and even nootropics. Common ingredients that accomplish this are arginine, yohimbine, l-carnitine, and many others, although it’s important to remember that these will likely produce a much milder effect than claimed by most manufacturers, so you shouldn’t expect any miracles with ED Protocol.
Are Men Using ED Protocol? If So, What Are They Saying?
Erectile Dysfunction Protocol is only sold through affiliates, which means that these independent contractors will often engage in less-than-stellar marketing tactics to make a sale. This includes posting fake review websites that are set up as if the product works and is efficient yet it's all just a marketing hype to get you redirected to the final purchase page of ED Protocol.
With this said, most ED Protocol affiliate sites appear to have been posted between September and December 2014. As such, the program is very new and didn’t have any online customer reviews available at the time of our research. However, given the sensitive nature of the subject, this shouldn’t come as a surprise.
ED Protocol Pricing & Refund Policy
Erectile Dysfunction Protocol is available via instant download for $39.95.
The program is a Clickbank product, which means it also comes with a 60-day refund policy. In order to initiate a refund, you’ll need to contact Clickbank’s customer service at 800-390-6035.
Is Erectile Dysfunction Protocol Your Cure for ED?
Chopping to the Point: Considering the fact that Erectile Dysfunction Protocol is a fairly new product without any online customer reviews, the lack of information about the content it contains, and the likelihood that it’s not as revolutionary as you might be lead to believe, we would recommend proceeding with caution and keeping your expectations realistic.
However, if this is your first Clickbank purchase, you might want to give ED Protocol a shot since it’s backed by a 60-day refund policy.
147 out 151 people found this review helpful
Did not work for me.
I found out about the Erectile Dysfunction Protocol on the internet. I watched the video that was supposed to be 5 minutes. The seller of this product only identified himself as Jason and this video turned out to be about 40 minutes full of rhetoric and meaningless sales pitch with no actual information. In the video it promised a full refund without questions and that you would have the ability to command a huge erection within 24 to 48 hours of starting the diet as prescribed by him. Plus a wife who wouldn't be able get enough of you. Also he stated that the items required for the diet could be purchased for about $15.00 at the grocery store. This is a blatant lie because the supplements (Propionyl-L-Carnitine and L-Arginine) cost me $88.40 alone and the nuts and seeds cost much more than $15.00.
The document I bought contains a great amount of rhetoric but is short of real information to assist with implementing the diet.
Day one (Monday) was fairly straight forward except that I had great difficulty chewing up the one cup of seeds and nuts in less than the thirty minute time allowed. There is no guidance given in what to use to assist in swallowing the chewed up seeds. Also I failed to see any benefit that marshmallows (mandatory in the diet) can whatsoever provide to the human body.
Day Two (Tuesday) was very difficult and I never managed to chew up the seeds and nuts (one and a half cups) in the time frame allowed (30 minutes). There are no fresh mangos or blueberries in Australia at the moment so I had to resort to dried mango and frozen blueberries from Chile. Where does one find wild blueberries out of season? Also how do you squeeze the juice out of a stick of rhubarb without a juicer that presumable I should have been able to buy out of my $15.00 budget? As day two wore on I suffered considerable gastro intestinal discomfort and pain that escalated to the extent that I thought I would have to go to the hospital emergency department to sort it out. Because of this I suspended the diet and with the help of laxatives managed to move the mess in my intestine by the end of what would have been day four (Thursday). During this period I suffered considerable gastric reflux and had a very sore esophagus because of the festering mess in my stomach.
During this time I investigated the maximum recommended intake of mixed seeds. I found that on reputable websites it is recommended that an absolute maximum of three tablespoons of mixed nuts should be consumed daily. The seeds and nuts I consumed on Tuesday constituted seven times the maximum.
I have come to the conclusion that Jason is not to be believed and he and his fellow cohorts with their many get rich schemes have corrupted themselves by seeking to financially benefit themselves by praying on the vulnerable with lies and deception. Their promises are beyond comprehension and the diet is, to say the least, detrimental to human health. Praying on the vulnerable to make money is about as low as you can go and I deplore anyone who stoops to this level.
In all reality I could not continue with this diet because the impost on my bodily functions will be too great.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friendView all 4 commentsHide comments
Jul 5, 2015
Thanks for taking the time to review this scam and also to actually try it. The guy would be selling a product on his own website and making millions if it actually worked. I hope you got your money back.
Jul 25, 2015
Thanks. You don't know how long it took me to find an honest review.
Aug 12, 2015
Sep 24, 2015
Did you get your money back?