Axtyle is one of the latest in a string of male enhancement pills to hit the market, and does appear to show some potential after a quick first look. As you know, we have been personally trying out supplements over the past year or so, and have come across the good, the bad, the ugly, and the downright dangerous. We know a thing or two about these products, and when we saw Axtyle, we knew we were in for a surprise.
What is Axtyle?
Based on an all natural formula, Axtyle promises to help you please your lover like no-one has before and help you last longer and become rock hard anytime. Their official site actually does not do a very good job at describing exactly how their products works, but from our experience, we can take a guess. Like most male enhancement supplements, Axtyle probably allows for an increase in blood flow to the penis during an erection by using its various ingredients, including L-Arginine.
For those of you who have been following this site, you have probably heard us throw around the term L-arginine loosely. That is because practically 80% of the products we have tested use this substance, and it has shown promise both in the clinical setting and through our own independent testing. The way L-arginine works is it is a precursor to the production of Nitric Oxide, which allows for the smooth muscle around the blood cell walls to relax and allow for an increase in blood flow. This process has been explained by us numerous times, and works very similarly to the way prescription type drugs work.
The ingredient list for Axtyle reads very similarly to alot of other products we have come across, and includes: tongkat ali, l-arginine, maca, ginseng, muira puama, nettle, cayenne pepper, catuaba bark, astragalus, oats, pumpkin seed dodder, and sarsaparilla. This particular formulation is very typical for slow acting male enhancer’s, and works by taking it over a period of a few months.
Where To Buy Axtyle
After some preliminary research, we found that the only place you can purchase Axtyleis through their official website, axtyle.com. It is not sold in any “brick and mortar” stores such as CVS, Walgreen’s, Target, or others, and cannot be found on major online retail sites like Amazon and EBay.
The recommended purchase size is a 6 months supply, which costs $114, breaking down to just $19 a month. This does not appear to include free shipping, however the one year supply does. As always, packages are shipped discreetly, and come with a 90 day money back guarantee.
How Does Axtyle Compare?
Compared to most other long term male enhancement pills, Axtyle does show some promise. It contains 500 mg of L-Arginine, which puts it in the same class as pills such as Extagen and Entramax. It is priced relatively cheap, but you need to realize that you will have to continue taking Axtyle in order to gain the full benefits of it. That is to say that when you stop taking it, you will lose the results you have gained over a period of a few months. Axtyle also appears to be manufactured and distributed through a US company, so you can trust that they probably use quality standards. (see related article: Buying Cheap Male Enhancement Pills) The one downside to the product is that the reviews and testimonials appear to be fictitious and created by paid spokesmen. We could not find any independent reviews from men who have used Axtyle outside of the official site.
If you are looking for a cheaper alternative to some of the more expensive male performance products like Vigrx Plus and Vimax Pills, than Axtyle may be a good alternative. It is formulated with quality ingredients, comes in at a reasonable price, they offer free shipping, and it is backed with a 90 day guarantee. It is worth noting that their guarantee however requires certain conditions be met, so be sure to read the terms before you buy.