Kamagra Gel comes in disposable bags. Each bag contains a gel in a variety of delicious fruit flavors. Ease of use, the fact that the preparation can be easily consumed at any time and place without swallowing pills is part of the secret of Kamagra's great success.

How long before the act is it recommended to take Kamagra Gel?

It is recommended to take the preparation on an empty stomach about 15 minutes before sexual intercourse in order to get the most effect from the preparation. It is also recommended not to consume alcoholic beverages along with Kamagra.

Storage instructions

You must make sure to keep the preparation, ie the Kamagra gel bags, in a cool and sterile place. To use the product, tear the bag in the place marked (See an explanatory video on the home page). After opening the bag, stick to the mouth and drink the gel of the chosen flavor, when you can use your free hand to squeeze the contents of the bag and sip all the gel.

That is, now you will have to wait about 15 minutes. Those who drank on a full stomach will have to wait longer, while those who are more sensitive to the effect of the substance will feel the effect of the preparation in 10 minutes and even less.

Kamagra should not have any side effects, if you feel something is wrong, you may be sensitive to one of the substances and you should see a doctor to check your medical condition. In case you have sensitivity to Kamagra, we recommend not taking the preparation again.

Warnings before using Kamagra Gel

Kamagra Gel is suitable for men over the age of 21. Patients with the following medical problems should not take Kamagra Gel:

For those who have cardiovascular diseases related and including in the aorta.

Those who have suffered a heart attack (heart attack) or severe arrhythmias.

Resting hypotension (low blood pressure) of ( BP <90/50 )

Resting hypertension (high blood pressure) of ( BP> 170/110 )

Retinitis pigmentosa (genetic disease of the retina)

Sickle cell anemia or anemia Of any other kind

HIV (Especially when using protease inhibitors)