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MIT-Trained Biologist Touts Herbs as Better Options

BOSTON HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2000 by Michael Lasalandra A Marblehead biologist has taken an old Chinese herbal formula for impotence and turned it into a best-selling capsule that some say makes Viagra seem limp. “It works,” said Gary Kracoff, a pharmacist at Johnson Drug in Waltham, who said he has been selling the product, BetterMAN, to hundreds of men....

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Breakthrough Report Indicates That BetterMAN Helps Men’s Health

MARBLEHEAD, Mass. – (CNN INDUSTRY WATCH – BW HealthWire) – Oct.17, 2000 – In the first published scientific study, a Chinese herbal formula, BetterMAN, produced by Interceuticals Inc., has been found to be highly effective in countering male impotence. The study, published in the November 2000 issue of the Journal of Urology, concludes that BetterMAN ensured normal erections in a controlled...

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Mayo Clinic Health Letter, February 2001

I’ve heard of an herbal alternative to Viagra for impotence. Does it work and is it safe? Anwser: There are several products. One of the newer ones is a combination of 18 Chinese herbs marketed as BetterMAN. It’s supposed to provide benefits similar to sildenafil (Viagra) but without Viagra’s side effects. It was formerly known as NuMAN. The product is supposed...

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WebMD Medical News, Oct. 23, 2000

Herbal Viagra Alternative Works—at Least on Rats Further Study of Ancient Chinese Remedy Is Needed By Jeanie Davis WebMD Medical News Reviewed by Dr. Richard C. Roberson Oct. 23, 2000 – It’s not yet clear whether what works for rats might be effective for humans. But one study is showing that an ‘herbal Viagra’ mixture really can help if things...

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C-A-P-S-U-L-E-S / RxEMEDY

January/February 2001 (Page 11) Headline Health News If you are interested in reading this article “Herbs and Sex”, please contact us for a copy.

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‘Herbal Alternative’ Shows Promise In Tests

Published: 10/18/2000 Boston (Boston Globe) – A concoction touted as an “herbal Viagra” without the side effects has shown it can prevent impotence in rats, giving at least a measure of scientific support to the briskly selling product known as “BetterMAN.” Developed by a Marblehead biologist born in China and familiar with traditional remedies, the supplement is aimed at two...

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‘Herbal Supplement’ May Be Potent Alternative

THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2000 The Boston Globe A concoction touted as an “herbal Viagra” without the side effects has shown it can prevent impotence in rats, giving at least a measure of scientific support to the briskly selling product known as “BetterMAN.” Developed by a Marblehead biologist born in China and familiar with traditional remedies, the supplement is...

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Things Are Looking Up

Genre December 2001 Top impotence researcher Dr. Tom Lue at the University of California San Francisco urologist fed BetterMAN to impotent rats and found that they all regained their sexual potency, as reported in the Journal of Urology. Looking for natural alternative to Viagra, try BetterMAN – it probably can’t hurt – and it might help quite a bit. $50...

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Herbal Renewal

GQ February 2001 (p130) Sure, the youngsters are starting to pop Viagra with abandon, but what about its side effects? Taking BetterMAN, an all-herbal supplement based on the principles of traditional Chinese medicine, helps you avoid the impaired vision and indigestion often associated with the magic little pill. Recent tests chronicled in the Journal of Urology found that the supplement prevents...

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