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Zulu Ubangalala Extract Touted As Viagra Substitute



Written by Richard Simmons| Friday, 30 December 2011| There are 6 comments

What a pity that Pfizer didn't realize this

The latest erectile dysfunction fad pill is called Ubangalala! This offering from Alliance Healthcare claims to have a traditional Zulu medicine in it which has been used by the tribe for centuries!  What a pity that Pfizer didn't realize this before spending millions of pounds on researching Viagra!

zulu ubangalala extract touted as viagra substitute

Ubangalala is said to contain an extract from the Ubangalala shrub from South Africa which Zulu warriors claim is an aphrodisiac. Alliance Healthcare said that researchers from the University of Natal in South Africa had located the active compound called Eriosema kraussianum and shown it to be almost as effective as Viagra in treating erectile dysfunction.

Other claims put forward by the promoters of Ubangalala are that it works for as long as twelve hours and that it is completely natural, however they did say that men with heart problems should consult a doctor before using it! This product which will be available without prescription will be sold in petrol stations!

At Ukmedix News we hope that you have already decided for yourself for this product is a complete waste of time but just in case you haven't just use your common sense! There is no way that something which actually could treat erectile dysfunction could have been missed by the whole of the western medical establishment despite having been used by Zulu warriors for years.

The only reason you have never heard of Ubangalala until now is because it just doesn't work! Ubangalala falls into the same category of erectile dysfunction medication like the Peruvian Maca Root and drinking Camel Milk. They probably have a considerable placebo effect but they have never been shown to work better than a placebo in a double blind, randomized and independent clinical tests!

The only clinically proven medications to treat erectile dysfunction are Viagra, Cialis and Levitra. Using anything else is a waste of time and could even be dangerous.

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There are 6 comments on this article.

On December 31, 2011 @ 14:01
Steve said:
The very name shows its not real, U BANG A LALA???? Ha ha ha.
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On January 07, 2012 @ 18:35
maka said:
Zulus cant be wrong man
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On February 08, 2012 @ 18:21
Gery said:
Loving the zulu products.
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On March 10, 2012 @ 16:03
Shilusingh said:
This is a good piece of content, I was iwednrong if I could use this blog on my website, I will link it back to your website though. If this is a problem please let me know and I will take it down right away.
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On October 27, 2012 @ 03:13
Patrick said:
You right this product is a complete waiste of time money would have been better spent on a porno
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On March 15, 2014 @ 14:01
Hendrik said:
we bought this product, and what a waste of money
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