Viatropin claims to be an “extreme” workout supplement that “enrages muscle growth,” increases stamina for peak performance, burns fat, and boosts libido. How?
Using a blend of scientifically tested ingredients, the manufacturer promises you’ll be able to get the most from your workouts, without any harmful side effects. Just take one pill of Viatropin in the morning and another prior to working out, and they claim you’ll achieve “powerful results.”
The HighYa team has reviewed a lot of testosterone supplements over the years (more about this in a moment), so we’ll cut right to the chase and tell you that—based on our extensive experience and after reading thousands of reviews from customers just like you—we think you’ll want to take a careful and informed approach when it comes to Viatropin.
But that’s exactly why you’re here, right? In this review, we’ll deliver the goods and fully explain the rationale behind our recommendation. To begin, let’s look at pricing.
How Much Does Viatropin Cost?
Exactly what you’ll pay for Viatropin depends where you look. On the ordering page, you’ll pay $5.98 S&H to begin your trial, although we’re not told about any important details, including:
- How long the trial lasts
- How much you’ll be charged after the trial ends
- If you’ll be enrolled in recurring shipments
On the other hand, taking a look at the company’s Terms, we’re told to pay $7.99 S&H. Again, no trial details are provided.
We did learn that Viatropin comes with a 45-day refund policy, less S&H charges and a 15% restocking fee, which you can request by calling customer service at (480) 378-3182.
To help clear up the confusion, we called customer service and were told that Viatropin comes with a 15-day trial, after which you’ll be charged the full price of $69.99. You’ll then be enrolled in a monthly autoship program and charged $69.99 for each new bottle you receive.
Per customer service, the supplement also comes with a 30-day refund policy, with no restocking fee. If you cancel your trial or request a refund, you’ll be required to return the bottle, even if it’s empty.
Important note: Throughout the call, we experienced high-pressure sales tactics trying to get us to buy. In fact, over the span of just a few minutes, we were asked if we wanted to place an order 10-12 times, often at a 50% “discount.”
What Ingredients Are Found In Viatropin?
Ultimately, in order to understand how much value you’re getting with any purchase, you need to know what you’re getting for your money. In other words, if Viatropin contained dozens of clinically proven ingredients, it might be worth the $70 price tag, right?
The problem is that we’re not told about any ingredients contained in Viatropin. Not a single one.
Fortunately, we’ve created a list of some of the most common ingredients found in testosterone supplements, so you can get a better idea of what Viatropin might contain. And to get a better feel for the industry as a whole, be sure to read Do Testosterone Boosters Really Work? Find Out What Science Says.
With this in mind, some of the most common ingredients found in these types of supplements include ashwagandha, deer antler velvet, DHEA, fenugreek, horny goat weed, l-arginine, saw palmetto, tongkat ali, tribulus terrestris, and yohimbe.
Of these, l-arginine coverts into nitric oxide (NO) within the body, a gas that can widen blood vessels and improve circulation, thereby possibly improving sexual function in men with erectile dysfunction. This increased blood flow can also temporarily “pump” up muscles after working out, making them appear swollen and vascular.
Outside of this, there’s little double blind, peer-reviewed clinical evidence showing that common ingredients found in these supplements will work as advertised by manufacturers.
However, we also don’t know how much of each ingredient Viatropin contains. So (to come back around to our example at the beginning), even if it was packed full of clinically proven ingredients like l-arginine, we can’t know if Viatropin contains enough to provide any benefits.
In general, though, how are t-boosters like Viatropin supposed to work?
The Role of Testosterone Boosters
Whatever ingredients we’re talking about, as their names imply, supplements like Viatropin are supposed to increase free testosterone (the only kind that’s biologically active and can provide muscle-building benefits) within the body, which naturally declines with age. As a result, most men begin experiencing decreased sex drive, fatigue, flabby muscles, mood swings, and weight gain somewhere around the age of 40.
However, while things like working out and reducing stress can mildly boost testosterone levels, the results are often mild. So, if you need a more pronounced testosterone boost, you’ll want to speak with your doctor about testosterone replacement therapy.
Are Customers Getting Jacked with Viatropin?
There wasn’t a whole lot of online customer feedback for Viatropin at the time of our research.
In fact, other than on Amazon, we didn’t find any legitimate customer reviews for the supplement at all. There, six customers gave Viatropin an average rating of 1.8 stars, 66% of which were 1 star. Most complaints referenced failure to work.
Granted, this is typically the case, whether we’re talking about Alpha Limit, Spartagen XT, Beyond Human Testosterone, or any one of the dozens of other testosterone supplements out there. Why do we think this is the case?
In large part, because none of the ingredients commonly found in this class of supplements have been clinically proven to increase free testosterone (the only kind that’s biologically active and can provide muscle-building benefits). Instead, this should only be accomplished through testosterone replacement therapy as prescribed by your physician.
Granted, some ingredients commonly found in testosterone supplements like Viatropin could provide mild relief from erectile dysfunction, but almost certainly nothing on the level claimed by the company.
Speaking of which, Viatropin is manufactured by ENUTRA based out of Mesa, AZ, who also makes a variety of other supplements, as well as health and beauty products. They had an F Better Business Bureau rating at the time of our research, based on 14 complaints—all of which the company failed to respond to, and all of which referenced problems with the trial, refunds, and/or poor customer service (as of 6/21/16).
Is There Anything “Extreme” About Viatropin?
We’ve covered a lot of territory in a relatively short amount of time here, so let’s quickly take stock of what we’ve learned about Viatropin.
The manufacturer makes dozens of broad, exaggeratory claims and provides nothing in the way of clinical evidence to back them up. The company also doesn’t seem to think it’s important to provide a complete list of ingredients or dosages, which means you’d be putting a completely unknown substance into your body.
Searching online for Viatropin didn’t produce a whole lot of results, and what little there were seemed to be almost wholly negative.
When looked at from these angles, it might be difficult to find anything about Viatropin (or ENUTRA) that warrants a penny of your hard-earned money. Instead, if you’re looking to improve your workouts or address your low testosterone, we might recommend making an appointment with your doctor instead of placing an order.
2 out 2 people found this review helpful
After looking at my account, I noticed a charge for $4.99 for shipping (which I understand), a charge for $0.99 that I did not ok, and charges pending today for $89.99 and $1 that I did not authorize. I talked to a representative from the company today (who was incredibly rude), and she said I need to return the unused portion for a refund and gave me a number to put on the outside of the box.
She also told me to that in the terms and conditions on the site, it explains the charges. I could not find it anywhere on the site. I believe there are different sites with different fees because they told me on the phone that in the "terms" I have 15 days, but on the website it says I have 30.
Long story short, it's unethical to hide fees. Their customer service is awful, and I didn't see any results from the product. Scam.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend