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Viatropin is a workout supplement that burns fat, increases stamina for peak performance, causes muscle growth, and boosts libido, according to the manufacturer. The latter is not reputable, though, and has a low-informative official website. There is lack of information about the company behind the product. It is also unknown whether they manufacture any other products of the kind. Everything we know is that Viatropin is made by ENUTRA based out of Mesa, AZ. They had an F Better Business Bureau rating with nine complaints, most of which referenced problems with refunds and the trial, as well as poor customer service. It is claimed on the company's site that the product contains a blend of scientifically tested ingredients, which are promised to allow you to get the most from your workouts, without any side effects.

All you will have to do is to take one pill of the supplement in the morning and another before you work out. These seem to be very promising claims but can Viatropin really help you achieve "powerful results"? We will try to answer this question further in this review. Our team has reviewed many different testosterone supplements within the last several years, so we dare to say that based on thousands of reviews from customers and our extensive experience we think you need to take an informed and careful approach when it comes to the product of the kind. Since Viatropin is a relatively new supplement from the company that is not very popular in the country, it deserves special attention. Let's start our research from the ingredients contained in this product.

Does It Have Any Side Effects?

The manufacturer of Viatropin says nothing about possible side effects of this supplement; however, some ingredients in its content may be harmful for the human health. In general, the most common side effect is digestive upset. In some cases, arginine can lead to allergies, low blood pressure, and worsening of asthma. This amino acid should not be used in combination with high blood pressure medications. Another ingredient in the product, Glutamine, may interact with anticonvulsants. There isn't enough information about the safety of ornithine. Even though Viatropin is supposed to boost free testosterone levels within the body, it does not seem to perform this function, based on a number of customer reviews.

There are not so many testimonials from real users of the product online. Since writing our original article, a few readers provided their feedback about it on HighYa. This site gave the supplement an average rating of one star only, which means that the majority of reviews carry a negative character. There are complaints referencing lack of positive results, side effects and difficulty with the autoship program offered by the company. Amazon contained several reviews about Viatropin, where the supplement had the same one-star average rating. One customer even claimed that the bottle they received had a completely different list of ingredients. That reader sent the site the picture of the label included with their bottle of Viatropin. It contains none of the ingredients shown in their Amazon listing. Another customer stated that they ordered two bottles but received only one. The third customer discussed the recurring shipments. Let us take a look at the real customers' reviews about this testosterone booster.

"After checking my account, I saw a charge for $4.99 for shipping, an unknown charge for $0.99, $89.99 and $1 that I did not authorize. I called the customer service behind Viatropin and their representative rudely said that I needed to return the unused portion to get a refund. She also told me to that the terms and conditions are available on their website, but I failed to find it. I think there are different websites with different fees and terms. They try to hide fees in this way."

"Viatropin is a total scam. It is better to spend your money on a gym membership. I saw absolutely no results from using this supplement. I think that the article I read about it was fiction. I have taken the product for a month and noticed no difference. Their customer service is awful. Do not waste your money!"

"Viatropin did nothing good for me. It sounds too good to be true, which means that it is a scam. Avoid such products! This is a scam made to trick you into automatic billing. They accept only unopened products. Ensure to read the Terms, even though they are hard to find on their websites. I am now looking for an effective product to bring me real results."