dietary supplements safe for older adults

As I did my research, reading newsgroup & forum posts from men that did have success increasing their volume… I kept coming across a few supplements (pills) men were talking about.

Dietary Supplements

If you’ve already done some basic research in the area of producing more volume, then the supplements Zinc, Lecithin, Arginine and Maca may sound familiar to you. The good news is, those supplements, in the right combination and dosages, do work a bit. The bad news is, it’s hard to know exactly how much and what type of each of those supplements to take in order to achieve the desired effect of more volume.

A New Supplement

In addition to the supplements listed above, I recently found a NEW supplement called ROPEX that worked even better for me.

I Am NOT You …

Let me preempt this section by emphasizing that every man is different. You’ll need to find out what works best for you.

Loading up on your supplement of choice for several days (with NO sex or masturbation) is suggested before you will notice any change in your ejaculate volume. So don’t expect immediate results the first day you start in on a supplement.

As you’ll read later in the General Health section, if you try a supplement but continue to smoke & drink heavily, consume a diet rich in ALL the wrong foods, you’re too tired, you cum 30 seconds after you start, then you may not notice a difference in your ejaculate volume as quickly as those who practice better health and drink enough water every day!


The supplement ROPEX contains a unique blend of pharmaceutical-grade botanical seed extract designed to increase men’s sexual vitality.

Click here to learn more about ROPEX

A Few Key Benefits of ROPEX

Increased volume of released ejaculate

More intense ejaculatory contractions

Faster recovery for second orgasms

Improved semen quality

Improved prostate health

Key Point

As you’ll recall from the Male Anatomy 101 page in this guide, I presented my findings on the important role the prostate plays in your “volume” development. The ROPEX website explains that the supplement helps to maintain a healthy prostate:

From the ROPEX site:

“In addition to the marked sexual benefits of ROPEX, numerous studies have shown it to help promote a healthy prostate.”

Loading Phase

The ROPEX bottle suggests a Loading Phase of 4 tabs twice per day for three days, and then a Maintenance Phase of 3 to 6 tabs per day thereafter.

I personally didn’t notice much of a change in my ‘semen volume‘ after using it for the first three days so I kept up with the loading phase and took 4 tablets twice a day for three more days until I realized a change in my ejaculate volume.

The ROPEX website suggests “…results should normally be noticed within a 7 – 10 day period“, so I would definitely suggest a longer loading phase with ROPEX for better results.

Buy 2 Get 1 Free

Dietary Supplements

When I bought ROPEX, the website was offering a “Buy 2 Get 1 Free” special (3 bottles for the price of just 2) which gave me an ample supply to load up on during my longer loading phase when I started. Hopefully by the time you read this the “Buy 2 Get 1 Free” special will still be offered.

No Sex or Masturbation For A Few Days

Do NOT have sex or masturbate for 5 or 6 days when you get started taking a new supplement. You need to give your body a chance to load up on the new nutrients you are taking in.

Also, even after the first 5 or 6 days go by and you finally get to relieve yourself…

don’t go back to ejaculating every day (like you may have always done in the past) and waste everything you’ve been building up. Limit your ejaculation frequency to every 2 or 3 days at a minimum and continue taking your supplements. Doing so should keep you on top of your game on an ongoing basis.

Ejaculating every day will most likely take you back to where you began. Even supplements need a few days between performances to work their magic and refill your ammo.


Statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat and cure or prevent disease. Always consult with your professional health care provider before changing any medication.

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