Are there herbal blue pills
Some companies sell products meant to be herbal equivalents of Viagra. They aren’t licensed medications with active ingredients, like Viagra. They usually contain combinations of herbal ingredients and claim to have the same effect as Viagra. These products aren’t proven to work, and can be dangerous if not properly regulated. Some brands of herbal Viagra in the UK are:
Sold by popular vendors like the highstreet shop Poundland and by sellers online, these are herbal pills marketed as a Viagra alternative. They are coloured blue the same as Viagra but contain no medication, just a combination of herbal supplements. Since they don’t have medication in them and aren't proven to work, they’re unlikely to improve erections.
Xcitrex is the name of a herbal product, which is produced by a company based in Colombia, and it’s sold online as a natural treatment for erectile dysfunction.
It’s marketed as a herbal food supplement for men, made with natural ingredients. Xcitrex comes in 2 different forms – a blue pill (made to look like Viagra) and a yellow pill (made to look like Cialis).
Despite the way Xcitrex looks, it doesn’t contain the same active ingredient as Viagra or other licensed erectile dysfunction medications. The website suggests taking it every 3 days, 90 minutes before sexual activity. Again this is to make it seem more like real Viagra.