Works within 1 hour and lasts for 3 days. This is what you’ll see everywhere in the marketing for Labidux. It’s a fast-acting male enhancement pill that claims it can perform better than any other when it comes to boosting your libido, giving you thicker, firmer erections, increasing your semen volume, lengthening your endurance, and eliminating premature ejaculation. It can even be used with alcohol, while some pills of its kind cannot.
How Labidux Works
The primary mechanism of action for Labidux is the increase of blood flow to the penis. By increasing the amount of nitric oxide in your blood, your blood vessels are relaxed and open to more blood flowing through them into the penis. And since more blood is the way to create bigger, harder erections, that’s what Labidux focuses on. In a secondary way, Labidux also focuses on raising your libido and increasing your energy and stamina.
There is no Labidux website, but the third party retail sites do carry ingredient information. The list looks like this:
- Epimedium Sagitattum which incrases the amount of nitric oxide in your blood, allowing more to flow into the penis during erections.
- Ginkgo Biloba which improves blood flow all over the body, especially to the brain. This has the effect of enhancing memory and increasing the amount of oxygen (and therefore energy) available to the body.
- Tribulus Terrestris which increases the body’s production of testosterone.
- Rhizoma Cucurmae Longae which increases blood flow specifically to the genitals.
Instructions are to take 1 or 2 Labidux pills about an hour before sexual activity. Personally, I recommend you start with one and see what that does for you before moving on to two if you find it necessary.
Benefits of Labidux
- The ingredients are all natural.
- There’s no commitment required. You only take it when needed.
- It claims to work even with alcohol.
Drawbacks of Labidux
- There’s no official website.
- The formula doesn’t contain any explicit aphrodisiacs.
- There’s no manufacturer guarantee.
Where to Buy
There are a few online supplement retailers you can buy Labidux from. The price is typically about $30 to $35 for a 10-count blister back. It’ possible to get a money back guarantee, but that would be up to the retailer, as the manufacturer does not offer one.
It is very unfortunate in this case that there are no Labidux reviews from customers to look at. Without those, it’s difficult to make an accurate assessment. There doesn’t seem to be anything special about Labidux or its formula to cause it to stand out. On the other hand, the ingredients are decent, so you will get some degree of benefit from it.