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Ciatra Review - How Effective Is Ciatra?

By Joshua Jerry
Health Page Rank Score : 1.5/5.0
  • 1.50 / 5
Joshua Jerry

Ciatra Overview

Ciatra is a product that according to the official website, is a ‘phenomenon’ in terms of improving* the male sexual experience. Sadly, the website is not professional in appearance or tone and does contain some graphic images which may offend some consumers. The one page of information focuses mainly on the results that one can expect from using Ciatra, but these seem over-exaggerated and are not backed up by any form of clinical test data.

Ciatra can be ordered either from the manufacturer or from an independent online retailer and there are various package sizes available. A pack of 15 capsules is $31.00 while the largest pack (60 capsules) is $119.00. There is a 90-day buyer protection safeguards on all orders.

Ciatra Product Details

Ciatra

There is nothing mentioned as to what ingredients are in the formula. No clear information is provided about the safety and effects of the product. There is a month by month guide to show what results can be expected, but no dosage instructions are shown. It is likely that Ciatra contains certain Prosexual Nutrients and possibly substances like Evergreen Bark and Horny goat weed.

Advantages of Ciatra

  • Ciatra is available from independent online retailers
  • There are a variety of pricing options
  • A 90-day buyer protection safeguards is provided
  • Ciatra is fast-acting

Disadvantages of Ciatra

  • Ciatra is more expensive than some male enhancement products
  • No ingredient information is provided
  • There are no customer user experience stories
  • The website is very unprofessional
  • Ciatra is only available online
  • The website contains adult images

Ciatra The Bottom Line

With so many male sexual support products on the market, a brand such as Ciatra obviously feels the need to make exaggerated alleges in order to interest consumers. Unfortunately this just gives the impression of a shoddy, untested product. The fact that consumers would have no idea as to the contents of Ciatra is a huge drawback and it is very unlikely that they would be tempted to take a chance on ordering the product.

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**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available information and our estimation of efficacy.

*Results may vary. If you have a serious medical condition, or have a history of heart conditions we suggest consulting with a physician before using any supplement. The information contained in this website is provided for general informational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose, treat*, cure, or prevent any disease and should not be relied upon as medical advice. Always consult your doctor before using any supplements.

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