History: As British scientists attempted to develop the next hypertension drug, little did they know that it would go on to be produced for alternative use, revolutionizing the sex lives of millions and becoming one of the biggest selling prescription medications of all time. Ultimately brought to market by Pfizer in 1998 as a treatment for erectile dysfunction, Viagra has since solidified its position as the go-to treatment for men suffering from this condition and in the process, has become the #1 selling ED drug in the world.
Method of Administration: Viagra is administered in oral form.
Drug Class: PDE5 Inhibitor.
Primary Use: The original drug used in the treatment of erectile dysfunction, Viagra is still considered the gold standard by which all other ED drugs are judged. While the implications of improved sexual performance are obvious and require no further clarification, the performance aspects of this drug are often misunderstood. When administered prior to training, Viagra improves performance by increasing blood flow to working muscles, which in turn amplifies multiple mechanisms related to the growth process, such as increased nutrient and oxygen delivery, increase exercise capacity, and an improved muscle pump. Despite these benefits, Viagra continues to be used almost exclusively for ED. For many BB’rs, especially those who experience sexual side effects from drugs like Nandrolone/Trenbolone, Viagra is a God-send, as it can often help overcome the sexual dysfunction caused by these drugs.
Anabolic-Androgenic Ratio: N/A.
Progestagenic Activity: N/A.
Standard Dosing Range and Cycle Length: Viagra is commonly dosed at 25-100 mg per dose, as needed.
Frequency of administration: As needed, although not to exceed once per day.