We touched on Xanogen before when we came across an ad talking about how using xanogen and hgh factor will help you gain 4 inches in 4 weeks, or some other ridiculous statement. While we felt we dispelled this myth in subsequent articles, we receive emails almost every other day asking if we have tried it yet, so we finally got around to ordering it. To start, we will state this product will not grow your penis 4 inches in a month, and you can read why in our article about biased review sites here. First off, were going to talk a little bit about what xanogen is, what its supposed to do, and the ingredients in it.
Promoted as a slow acting male enhancement supplement, this all natural product is manufactured by a company called Applied Science labs, and distributed by Response Commerce located in Hollywood, FL. According to the makers of Xanogen, it is supposed to enhance the body’s production of testosterone, which in turn will stimulate blood flow to the penis. According to the label, you are supposed to take 2 capsules once a day, or as directed by a physician.
It’s supposed to start targeting your levels of testosterone, to give you that extra boost you have been looking for. For those who don’t know, generally erectile dysfunction is rooted in men with low testosterone levels, and it also leads to you feeling low on energy, have a bad sex life, and all the other usual stuff.
While they do stop short of saying that there product will effectively grow your wang, it is generally accepted that the term “all natural male enhancement” is supposed to essentially mean an enhanced growth.
Xanogen is made up of a proprietary blend of ingredients that have been used for centuries in various different
types of male enhancement products. The full ingredient list includes: maca, Yohimbe, GABA, Epimedium, L-Arginine, Tribulus Terrestris, Muira Puama, Cnidium Monnier, Catuaba Bark Extract, and Xanthoparmelia Scarbosa.
While we have touched on these ingredients numerous times in alot of our articles, the main ones you need to know about here are L-Arginine and Yohimbe. Both of these ingredients are very powerful in male enhancement technology, however they do carry some risks. For instance, people who take products that contain Yohimbe often report side effects such as nausea, profuse sweating, heart palpitations, and dizziness. Anyone with a heart condition should avoid taking products that contain Yohimbe, such as Xanogen, or at the very least speak with a doctor.
L-Arginine is actually a substance that is created in the body, and is used to enhance the flow of blood through the body. It is contained in several other natural male enhancement supplements we have reviewed, including sinrex, erectzan, and numerous others. The body normally produces enough Arginine on its own, but many supplements speak of the benefits of taking an additional supplement for it. On the contrary, a study concluded that men with heart problems or that have had a heart attack abstain from the use of products that contain L-Arginine.
Finding real reviews and results from guys online was not that easy, given the fact that there was alot of misinformation posted out their. Since we could not find any credible reviews, we decided to try the product out ourselves.
I get alot of questions from guys asking if you can buy Xanogen in the Philippines, India, Australia, Canada, and many other places, but I think the best thing you can do is just check the official website and ask the manufacturer directly. What we do know is that you cannot buy it in stores, and it is pretty much only get it from the official website. That being said, you may be able to get it from someone on Ebay or Amazon, but as of this review it is not sold on either of those sites.
When I originally came across Xanogen, I found it on some porn star blog or something that mentioned if you use it in conjunction with a product called HGH factor that you would see these ridiculous gains. So I decided to order the free trial and give it a shot. I got the pills a few days later, but was shocked to read the fine print of the “free trials” terms and conditions.
It seems that after my 14 day trial is up, I end up getting charged for the product over an over again on a monthly basis, to the tune of $80 A MONTH, PLUS SHIPPING! No thanks, especially for a product that says it takes 4 weeks to see the best results.
Since we only ordered a months supply, we could not really base our results on anything in particular, other than the fact that we used about 2 weeks worth and saw no noticeable change. For a product that claims to gain you 4 inches in 4 weeks, one might have though that I would have gained something out of it, but the results were not surprising. I have noticed that most products that make these claims, similar to the ones Xanogen does, usually end up being dashed. To think that you can actually gain that much size in such a short amount of time is beyond me, but for the sake of science it might be worth a shot.
I would steer clear of Xanogen for a few reasons. For one, its a pretty expensive product once you get done with the free trial, and it does not make sense to keep paying for it. Second, you would not want to take anything that contains Yohimbe for a prolonged period of time, as its just plain dangerous. And finally, there is very little in the way of customer reviews of Xanogen to actually back up the product. I would stick with something that has been proven in both a clinical setting, as well as time tested and approved.