Xomax



Review Summary

Finally! A product for the young, vital man. Are you virile and unmatched in bed already? Would you like to be bigger and even more impressive to your partner? Check out the hip and dynamic page advertising Xomax.


Ingredients at a Glance
Xomax contains: Yohimbe, Tribulus, Korean Ginseng, Yerba mate, Saw Palmetto, Flos Carthami and Horny Goat Weed.


Ingredients in Focus
Yerba Mate is a tree cultivated in Paraguay, Brazil and northern Argentina. For centuries, Yerba Mate has been consumed as a traditional tonic and natural stimulant. The leaves are typically made into a tea that is drunk to alleviate fatigue, suppress appetite, stimulate body and mind and boost metabolism. Yerba Mate contains over 250 known natural compounds, including the alkaloids Caffeine, Theophylline and Theobromine. These promote central nervous stimulation and act as diuretics, causing the body to shed water weight. Additionally, these compounds seem to suppress appetite and boost metabolism.

Epimedium, or Horny Goat Weed, is also called Ying Yang Huo in Chinese and has been used to address kidney, joint, liver and back disorders, and it's also used as an aphrodisiac. Horny Goat is said to have testosterone-like effects, stimulating sexual activity and desire, increasing sperm production and stimulating sensory nerves. Horny Goat Weed has been used as an aphrodisiac for hundreds of years in China, and research has also proven its effects on improving sexual desire and performance. There have been no ill effects reported as of yet.

Native Americans used the fruit of the Saw Palmetto plant for food, but also in the alleviating a variety of urinary and reproductive system problems. Europeans learned that it may be used as a nervine, sedative, expectorant and digestive aid.

Yohimbe is the bark of an evergreen tree that grows along the coasts of west-central Africa. The indigenous people there have employed Yohimbe for myriad medical purposes, ranging from heart conditions to sleepiness. It is sometimes smoked to produce hallucinations, and believed to increase sexual desire and performance in men. It is now found as an integral component in many different kinds of herbal supplements.


Website
This is actually one of the better sites we’ve seen. We find it’s inviting, engaging and informative. The text is a little overwhelming, and the layout dated, but it feels both less creepy and less designed for the Bob Dole generation than other products. It feels relatable, and it’s fairly easy to navigate.


Positives
• Seems to offer real testimonials
• Before and after photographs



Negatives
• Beware of so-called free samples
• High quality ingredients are key to any formula
• May not have received any industry awards



Final Thoughts
Initially, Xomax seems superior in many ways to the competitors.But there is a difference between slick marketing with a high gloss finish, and substance. We believe a truly good product is proven with both anecdotal evidence and scientific research. We feel this product is probably better suited to the younger man who desires a supplement more than he needs it.

We’ve researched a lot of products, and have concluded that Yohimbe works best when combined with other great ingredients, such as Damiana and Epimedium. Research the products that interest you, and don’t just accept what the company says. We suggest reading what other people have to say; a sincere testimonial is worth a thousand empty promises. One of the best features of the Internet is the ability to connect with other people. Take the advice of recommendations of your peers. When you have real confidence in your ability to please a woman, your own natural pheromones will kick into overdrive.











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