With over 150 reviews and counting, our site has grown to become one of the leading voices of authority when it comes to male enhancement. Anytime we come across a product that claims it is the “#1 Rated Formula” we make it a priority to investigate the claims made by these supplements, and expose any potential weakness or side effects. One recent pill we came across is called ActiGain, which is manufactured in the United States by a company called Herbal Health LLC.
This company is also a major distributor of the Enhancerx product line. Our review of this product will revolve around a detailed list of the ingredients, user feedback we have received, independent third party testimonials, and a comparison of this and related pills.
ActiGain is sold primarily online through their official website, and retails at around $57 for a one months supply. It contains a number of herbal and homeopathic ingredients, including L-Arginine, Ginseng, Catuaba Bark, Chinese Yam, Horny Goat Weed (Epimedium), Muira Puama, Cistanche, and Schisandra. Many of these ingredients are contained in several of the most potent male enhancement supplements.
The company promises that this product is fully supported by Doctors, but we could not find any evidence on their website concerning clinical studies or any doctor testimonials. One major advantage to this supplement is that it comes with a enlargement exercise guide with every order, which is absolutely essential if you are looking to gain length and girth. Any product that does not actively produce some sort of exercise program and tells you that just by taking their pill you will gain size is lying to you.
We have only received one email from a user of actigain, and we searched throughout the internet to find others who have used it. We did find some discussions about it on related forums, most notably on healthboards.com. Most men seem to have had a positive experience with it, and they absolutely rave about the accompanying exercise guide. Here is a testimonial we received a couple of weeks ago:
“thanks for your great resource. i just wanted to tell you that i tried the product actigain back in January, and i had very good results with it. I don’t know if you have already reviewed it, but i gained about 1 inch after a couple months of using it. The guide that you have on your site is very similar to the one they had, it talked about jelquing and all the other exercises.”
Pricing and Availability
The only place we could find actigain available was through their official website, however there has been some talk on related forums that it may be available in local mom and pop nutrition stores. As we stated earlier, the average retail price is about $58 for a months supply, but goes down substantially if you order a 12 month supply (around $31/ bottle) This product is also backed with a 180-day money back guarantee, so you can send it back within 6 months, all you have to pay for is shipping.
How Does ActiGain Compare?
It really is like comparing apples to oranges when it comes to this product. Many of these ingredients, like l-arginine and Catuaba bark, are found in hundreds of other male enhancement products. The main difference is that it does not contain 3 of the major ingredients found in some of the most potent on the market, including Tribulus Terrestris, Yohimbe, and Bioperine. It may actually be a good thing that actigain doesn’t contain Yohimbe, as this extract has been found to have several detrimental side effects associated with it.
In summary, we believe this product may actually work fairly well, but like most supplements should be taken with caution and under the supervision of a licensed physician. The fact that they include a exercise guide is noteworthy, and they do offer a 6 month guarantee. Just be aware of the guarantee when ordering, because some companies will require you to pay the shipping and handling charges when you return it, which can often cost upwards of $50. We are considering ordering actigain in the near future, and will post a video review once we have tested it for it’s potency.