The "more power" market is made up of products that promise to increase sex drive, pleasure, orgasm, or other positive sexual outcomes. These products promise to increase the pleasure of sexual activity, including sexual activity in the context of relationship dynamics. A good way to tell if a product promises to increase your sex drive is to see what they say about how they will increase sexual pleasure. For example, do the words "increase sex drive" appear in the product's disclosure statement? If they do, they are likely not making the claim that their product will help you improve your sex drive. For example, here's a "more power" product from Fleshlight. com. Here's what the product promises its user. The claims are "more intense orgasms," "increase sexual satisfaction," "increase sexual energy," "increase sexual intensity," and "improve sexual energy and desire." The product even goes on to say it is 100% vegan, as if animal products were necessary to achieve this effect. In my opinion, the claim about how much more intense orgasms is "increase" is a misnomer. As stated above, the product claims to increase sexual pleasure, sexual energy, sexual intensity, and sexual energy. It doesn't help to explain how it does so, or how it is so much more powerful than other products, but the product is marketed as such. The first part of the claims is almost certainly false.