October 23, 2014

Vydox Review: Does Vydox Work?

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Vydox Review: Does Vydox Work?

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Vydox is a natural male enhancement supplement designed to give users bigger, harder, and more intense erections. The primary active ingredient in Vydox is L-Arginine which is utilized to increase the body’s levels of nitric oxide in the blood. Increased nitric oxide has been found to relax the muscles surrounding blood vessels which can increase circulation. The website for Vydox says that it is the most effective and most potent male enhancement product in the world. The product is known for being endorsed by professional golfer, Brian Gay.

Ingredients:

L-Arginine, Bioperine (Black Pepper extract), Yohimbine, Epimedium (Horny Goat Weed), Saw Palmetto, Asian Red Ginseng, Muira Puama Bark Extract, Gingko Biloba leaf, and Damiana. Many of these ingredients are commonly found in other male enhancement products because they have been shown in clinical trials to increase circulation to the penis and rest of the body. The herb Damiana is sometimes found in synthetic cannabis products and has been banned in the U.K. as well as the state of Louisiana.

Usage:

It is recommended that users take 1 pill in the morning and 1 in the evening, daily. The makers of Vydox say that because it is a daily supplement, users should expect to experience results after 60 to 90 days of continuous use.

Pros:

  • Gives you harder, firmer, erections.
  • Contains many ingredients that have been proven to be effective
  • Product comes with a 60-day guarantee

Cons:

  • Product may not work until after 90 days, after the guarantee has expired
  • Vydox contains a substance that has been banned in the U.K. and state of Louisiana.
  • It is expensive, costing around 85 dollars for a one month supply.

Would I recommend?

Vydox does contain ingredients that are commonly found in other male enhancement products that have been shown to be effective for treating sexual dysfunction. But Vydox also contains Damiana, which is used in synthetic cannabis and has been banned in the UK and the state of Louisiana. The product comes with a 60 day guarantee, but the makers warn that it may not be effective for 90 days. Vydox is also pretty expensive for a male enhancement supplement.

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