Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Xanogen is made in the United States by Applied Sciences Labs, makers of all natural, herbal sexual health and wellness products. Unfortunately this company employs some questionable marketing strategies to promote Xanogen; the product website begins by suggesting ‘Every man has the potential to be a porn star in the bedroom. Every man has the potential – but all too few of us have realized it. Our modern, stressful lifestyles sap our strength and deplete libido. But now there’s an answer — Xanogen can help.’
Not only is this not what men experiencing erectile dysfunction are seeking, we are not entirely convinced that any man is particularly interested in attaining this dubious status.
Sadly Xanogen is yet another male enhancement product which dishonestly claims it can increase penis size, which is simply impossible. While effective male enhancement products can aid men with achieving and sustaining firm, full and lasting erections (generally by increasing erectile blood flow), they cannot physically augment a man’s natural penis size; only an invasive, expensive and risky surgical procedure can accomplish this, and any enhancement product or company which claims otherwise is brazenly lying.
The majority of the customer reviews presented on the Xanogen website continues to falsely assert that this product will increase penile size, which is just not possible for any male enhancement product, and is a distinct sign of a manufacturer whose credibility is perilously thin.
QUALITY OF INGREDIENTS
Xanogen contains four essential ingredients proven scientifically to be crucial for the success of male enhancement products, L-Arginine, Horny Goat Weed/Epimedium, Tribulus Terrestris and Cnidium Monnier. It also features Maca, GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid), Muira Puama, Catuaba and Xanthoparmelia Scabrosa, substances which are commonly found in enhancers.
However the site does not provide any quantity information for any of the ingredients in Xanogen, which makes it very difficult to determine their effectiveness.
Xanogen is among the most expensive male enhancement products we have yet reviewed; a single bottle of 60 capsules (a 30 day supply) is available from the product website for $89.95, which is very expensive for a male enhancer.
Xanogen is covered by a 60 day money back guarantee.
Despite offering a formula with some potential for effectively treating erectile dysfunction, we will never endorse any male enhancement product which dishonestly claims it can increase penile size, as this is simply not possible for any enhancer.
We therefore cannot recommend Xanogen as a credible treatment for erectile dysfunction
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