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BluErect Review

Does this popular male enhancement pill really have what it takes to make good on the numerous ED-related claims? In this BluErect review, we’re taking a look at what customers can and cannot expect from this product.

Readers please note that statements on this page are fair comment based on observation. This content is produced on a matter of public interest. Statements on this page are our honest opinion, not fact. Let’s take a look at the top level pros and cons of this product:

BluErect Benefits:

  • May help boost libido / sex drive levels
  • Some ingredients may be useful for general health

BluErect Drawbacks:

  • Product is not an effective treatment for erectile dysfunction
  • Will not treat those suffering from premature ejaculation
  • MMG Crex make numerous false claims on the products ability
  • Extremely expensive per pill
  • No money-back guarantee

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Some Quick Information About BluErect

BluErect is a male enhancement pill created by a UK-based company named MMG Crex Limited. When diving into the history of this company we didn’t find too much at all; they seem very new and don’t have many customer testimonials online. Interestingly, we did find that MMG Crex are the same company behind another highly-popular male enhancement on the UK market named “The Gold Pill“.

One box of BluErect costs £17.99, contains 4 capsules and will last for 4 sessions. Users are directed to take one pill 30-45 minutes prior to sexual activity.

MMG Crex promise BluErect will produce effects like improved blood flow to the penis (which treats erectile dysfunction), improved libido levels, improved nitric oxide production and mental health improvements (such as anxiety reduction).

Does BluErect Work?

Based on our research into BluErect’s formula, we do not believe this product will work as described by the manufacturer.

We have been unable to locate any ingredient inside this product that will effectively treat erectile dysfunction. Furthermore, we found nothing inside this product that has the ability to boost nitric oxide product, so the promises of improved blood flow will go unfulfilled.

Finally, we could not find any ingredient that has any conclusive scientific evidence showing BluErect contributes towards normal sperm product and motility.

Despite these criticisms, we believe this product does contain decent ingredients for boosting libido levels. As an improved sex drive can lead to faster arousal, this could potentially produce a pseudo male enhancement effect in otherwise healthy males.

What Are The BluErect Ingredients?

We have found the following nutritional information via the official website:

One Serving Contains: Panax Ginseng, Cordycept Sinesis, Red Raspberry, Ginkgo Biloba, Wild Yam, Allium Tuberosum and Jujube.

Non-active ingredients: Gelatin Capsule and Magnesium Stearate. 

This product is not suitable for vegetarians or vegans.

DietProbe Warning: Do not use this product if you suffer from an auto-immune conditions. If you have cardiovascular disease you should avoid using this product as it may affect blood pressure and heart rhythm. Those with diabetes should know that this product may interfere with blood sugar levels. If you suffer from seizures, this product may worsen the condition. Do not use this product if you have ever received an organ transplant. [1][2]

What Are The BluErect Side Effects?

We’ve compiled the following potential side effects based on the ingredients inside this formula:

  • Increased heart rate
  • High or low blood pressure
  • Headache
  • Loss of appetite
  • Diarrhea
  • Itching
  • Rash
  • Dizziness
  • Mood changes [1]

Note: these side effects are possible but may not be the typical user experience.

What Claims Are Being Made About BluErect?

We have found the following claims and/or implications being made about BluErect:

    1. Produces large erections and increases blood flow to the penis – False
    2. Boosts the body’s use of nitric oxide – False
    3. Decreases prolactin – False
    4. Improves cardiovascular activity – Potentially True
    5. Increases sperm count, production and motility – False
    6. Improves overall health of skin, muscle and tissue – False
    7. Increases nerve system’s health – False
    8. Cures antidepressant-induced sexual dysfunction – False
    9. Reduces stress level and beats anxiety – False

The majority of claims we found on the BluErect homepage had little-to-no conclusive scientific evidence to support their legitimacy, therefore we deem the majority of them false and misleading.

Are There Any Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following BluErect review testimonials via the BluErect testimonials page:

I was looking for a solution to my erectile problems across the internet and after trying several erection pills, I finally came across Bluerect, last longer in bed pill.  The effect was amazing – my erections were hard as steel and my girlfriend was more than satisfied!

I’m 52 years old. My erections are excellent again and are long lasting since I’ve been using BlueErect.

As these reviews are taken directly from the manufacturers website, we cannot fully guarantee their authenticity. Based on the content of the reviews, we believe these testimonials may be fabricated as these customers are reporting effects which are impossible for BluErect to produce.

Where Can I Buy This Product?

This product only seems to be available from the official website. We were unable to locate any third party retailers who carry the product.

Our Conclusion.

To conclude our BluErect review, it’s a bit of a mixed bag – there are things that we like about it and things that we aren’t too blown away by. It may have the ability to enhance user libido levels, but we could find no ingredient within the BluErect formula that will produce any type of erection-enhancing effect.

It seems to us that MMG Crex have either not done their due research when citing the effects of their product, or they’re purposely trying to mislead people; regardless, there are numerous false claims being made. With little-to-no scientific evidence to support this product, we have to reject it.

Kath Ross, PhD
Health Editor at DietProbe
Kathryn is a Ph.D Health Editor here at DietProbe. She specializes in diabetes and weight control research and in her spare time she's a professional cat lady and wine connoisseur!