can you please confirm the date you posted results for the
PenisHealth.com study located at the following link:
Additionally, you mention in the article "specially formulated
pills," however, PenisHealth.com makes no mention of them on
their site. Nor does your site explain what type of pills the
Your response is appreciated.
Sunday, July 29, 2007 12:00 AM
The information included on that page was taken from a case
study that was performed quite some time ago. As you correctly
mentioned, it is no longer located on the PenisHealth website.
I believe that I first included it on Penis-Resources back in
I tried to locate the exact study via web archives but
unfortunately I cannot find the exact month/year that it was
published. I did locate one of the earlier studies dated Aug.
All of the available archives for PenisHealth are located here:
When I had originally made a request to re-publish their
findings, that specific study was performed using a
combination of exercises from PenisHealth along with
supplements provided by ProSolution Pills:
At the beginning of 2007 PenisHealth changed their format from
exercises/pills to exercises/enlargement device. Although this
is not a fact but merely my opinion, I believe that
PenisHealth discontinued their promotion of supplements in an
attempt to make their product appear more "natural" and to
disassociate themselves from the unfortunate stigma that
nowadays surrounds enhancement pills due to unscrupulous
marketing practices (spam).
I sincerely appreciate your well informed reply. In my never
ending search for accountable information on this
controversial topic, your email is a gem.
Many thanks for your time.