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Potensa Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I know that Potensa is right for me?

A: If you think you will benefit from stronger erections, more pleasure and excitement, then Potensa may be right for you.

Q: What is in Potensa?

A: Potensa contains patent-pending natural “smart molecules” (salts of succinic and fumaric acids), along with amino acids and vitamins. It does not contain pharmaceuticals, hormones, or stimulants. For more detailed information, please visit: www.potensa.com/ingredients

Q: Will Potensa place any additional stress on my heart?

A: No. One of the benefits of Potensa is that, unlike most existing products, it works without affecting your cardiovascular system.

Q: How do I take Potensa?

A: Take 2 capsules (1 white and 1 blue) once a day, 30 minutes after lunch. Take Potensa for 10 days of every month.

Q: Will Potensa place any additional stress on my heart like most comparable products on the market?

A: No. One of the benefits of Potensa is that unlike most existing products it works without affecting your cardiovascular system.

Q: Why are there 2 capsules?

A: Due to the strong bioactivity, the ingredients cannot be combined or they will lose their efficacy.

Q: Who should not take Potensa?

A: As with any dietary supplement, we recommend consulting with your doctor if you have a serious medical condition.

Q: Is Potensa approved by the FDA?

A: Potensa is a dietary supplement, not a pharmaceutical product drug. FDA does not “approve” dietary supplements as a matter of their policy.

Q: Will my insurance plan cover Potensa?

A: Although we cannot confirm whether Potensa is covered by your insurance company, you may be eligible for some assistance with the cost of Potensa through your insurance carrier as part of their Health Savings or Flex Spending Plan. Go to http://www.potensa.com/flexplan.pdf to upload the form. This document is to provide you with the necessary information required to submit a claim to your health benefits provider. Please contact your insurance provider for more information.