Many of these products claim to help you achieve a more powerful orgasm, which is a common marketing ploy. Some of these products include massage, energy or orgasm exercises, and sexual energy boosting, for example. These products might have some real benefits. There is only a small amount of research in these products. The problem is, a lot of the research is done by non-experts, and it is based on anecdotal evidence. In most cases, the research does not back up the claims made by the companies that make these products. They make claims based on their studies on the "energy" from their products and on their own research. The real science behind these products is not always published. In other words, it is not published in a peer-reviewed journal. When I first started researching sex toy companies I saw some of the most well-known and respected companies in the industry, and I was stunned. Most of the research was done by non-experts and anecdotal evidence. The companies claimed that by using their products they could "cure" a whole range of sexual problems, including erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, poor orgasm, etc. What they didn't tell people was that the products they put in your hands were also a means of getting "more energy". The products I examined were marketed as "sexual energy boosters".