• Positive

    • Contains a few useful ingredients
    • May help libido
  • Negative

    • Uses proprietary blend
    • Lots of filler ingredients
    • Missing key components
    • May cause side effects
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  • Overall Score: 5.9/10

Vialus Review

Testosterone is technically known as the main male sex hormone, but sometimes we think certain T boosters take that a little too literally.

At first look one supplement we were recently asked to check out, Vialus from manufacturer Naturatech appears to be one of those. Most of its ingredients are known mainly as natural aphrodisiacs and not much else.


Don’t get us wrong, higher libido and stronger erections are rarely a bad thing, but it’s just one of many perks a balanced, well-rounded natural T boosting formula should bring.

That said, Vialus is currently among the best sellers on Amazon.com, so either there’s more to this formula than meets the proverbial third eye, or the internet is full of guys with one thing on the brain. Perish the thought.

Vialus claims to increase;

  • Size (we think they mean your whole physique)
  • Stamina
  • Blood flow
  • Testosterone levels

Judging whether Vialus can really help get anything up besides the ol’ pork sword will be tricky.

This is because all the ingredients are in a 1560mg proprietary blend. So no individual dosages, just names and overall volume. As irritating as it is pointless.

How Does It Work?

At a Glance

  • Horny Goat Weed, Poltpodium Vulgare & Maca to boost libido
  • Mucuna Pruriens promotes T & cuts stress
  • Yohimbe to help reduce fat
  • Ginseng for libido and blood flow
  • L-Arginine to raise nitric oxide levels.

We’ll check out all this in more detail after the scores

The Scores

The Scores

It’s not all bad – mucuna pruriens, saw palmetto and panax ginseng are all excellent choices – but it’s mostly bad.

There are just too many libido boosters. These should be the cherry on top of a good T booster not the vast majority of the cake. With just over 1500mg of formula in total (FYI, that is not a lot), it’s even questionable is there’s enough of the few highlights that are here to be effective.


$40 isn’t a lot of money for a booster, but it is a lot of money. Especially on a monthly basis. And it is an lot of money offering what Vialus is, which is…well, not that much really.

In the supplement market it pays to shop smart and in this case the smart move is to save your cash for a more complete product.


Vialus appears to check out in terms of safe manufacturing, but it falls quite a long way short of earning your trust in other areas.

An ingredients list that is mainly filler, with no information on dosages at all, with one or two ingredients that could cause side effects? To quote William Shakespeare, that don’t impress me much.


Lots of strong reviews on Amazon are always a plus, but often not much of one. That’s because many reviews lack the kind of details smart supplement users would be looking fore before parting with cash. With no real names or pictures, there’s also a question over how authentic positive feedback is.

Far better to go for a booster with a detailed testimonial section full of in-depth info.


Nutratech is a New Zealand based company set up in 2008. They have a modest range of products covering most areas of fitness. There’s a lot of background and information on the website which is great to see, but the most important thing is the effectiveness of the formula and that leaves a bit to be desired.