Cialis vs. other ED drugs

In this article, we will be looking at the three erectile dysfunction that are available today, Cialis, Viagra and Levitra and we will also touch upon the issue of natural ED drugs that are also being sold online and that are actually quite popular for some reason. We will try and be as objective as possible, providing you with sole facts that will, hopefully, show you why Cialis is considered by pretty much everyone to be the premium ED drug on the market right now and why it is very close to overtaking Viagra as the best sold PDE5 inhibitor.


First of all, we should probably say a bit about the natural ED drugs that are being aggressively advertised all over the internet. The only thing that you should remember about these “medications” is that they simply do not work. They are a complete waste f time and they are only available so widely because there is no agency or other regulatory body that is taking care of their fraudulent claims and shutting them down. It is essential that you do not buy the whole natural products thing as just because something is natural does not mean it will work. It even does not mean that it is safe. For one, there are natural ingredients that are plenty dangerous and also, since no one is checking those products very strenuously and vigilantly you never know that they do not actually contain ingredients that you will find in pharmaceutical ED drugs.

Now that we have got those out of the way, we can concentrate on comparing Cialis with its two main competitors, Viagra and Levitra. First of all, there is Viagra, the original ED drug that was probably very important for Cialis even coming to life. It needs to be revered as the first medication of its kind and a revolutionary medication in more ways than one. However, we also need to be objective and say that it has become obsolete the day Cialis came out. First of all, Cialis works faster and has fewer side effects than Viagra. But above all, it lasts more than four five times as long as Viagra, which makes it suitable for a regular regimen that does not involve any time spent between the effects of the drug wearing off and the next safe dosage after 24 hours have passed from the last one.

The biggest loser in the whole story, however, is probably Levitra. Sure, it is superior to Viagra in many ways, but only slightly and definitely not enough to make up for the brand power that Viagra still possesses. With its slight improvements that could not stand up to those of Cialis, it never got the chance to truly enter the race for the best ED medication on the market.

In short, if we are being completely objective and if we do not count brand power as an important factor, Cialis is more than obviously the superior ED medication on the market today.