In another blow to the prescription drug cartels it has recently been found that these new testosterone boosters by prescription (including the gels and lotions) increase a man’s heart attack and stroke risk by a huge margin.
Below is a snippet of an article published February 4, 2014 on Yahoo Health:
In the latest study, published in the journal PLOS ONE and funded by the National Institutes of Health, researchers report that within 90 days, taking the hormone can more than double heart attack risk in men ages 65 and up—as well as nearly triple risk in younger men with known heart disease.
A November, 2013 study published in Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) reported a 30 percent rise in risk for stroke, heart attack, and death in men age 60 and older who had been prescribed testosterone, compared to those who not.
It turns out that just blindly following your doctor’s advice can be bad for your health (and your life!).
It doesn’t matter whether it’s a prescription drug or an all natural supplement it always pays to do your homework.
If you are looking for an all natural supplement to improve your testosterone levels check out my own personal review of Provacyl.
Good Luck out there,
Apparently one of the latest and greatest herbal aphrodisiacs is called TIGRA. Let me tell you what I see that is wrong with this company.
Tigra Male Enhancement Review
Whenever I get one of these male libido pill promotions in the mail I like to check out what the company states as facts in their literature.
What I found is that there is absolutely nothing in the product promotion of Tigra that I could verify.
Carlson-Wagner Research Institute?
One would think that a “Research Institute” that has been around for at least 40 years (as stated in the mailing I received) would show up when doing an internet search. As far as I could find the place does not exist. Even when doing a local internet search in the Portland Maine area. Sheesh.
Doctor Maxwell Irons?
There is a picture of a “Doctor” by the name of Maxwell Irons on one of the pages. I could find no doctor with that name after an extensive internet search. They claim he has worked at the above noted “institute” for 40 years! What a joke.
What they tell me in the mailing that I received is that they would be foolish to tell me what the product is actually made of because their competitors would steal the formula. What a joke. If I was a competitor I’d just order a bottle and look at the label.
I did find some info about Tigra Ingredients on some other websites, but nothing matched up between them. One says one thing and another says another. Makes me wonder. It also gives me more reason to not trust this product.
Tigra Phone Number
There is a phone number listed in the literature. It is 1-855-812-0963. It’s just an order line. I am publishing it here because so many people ask me for the phone numbers of these types of companies when they try and get their money back when the product doesn’t work.
Many times I hear from guys (after they read my reviews) looking for contact info on these scam type promotional companies because they never even received the product after they ordered!
Take a look at the comments below these review articles Here, and Here. That last link is to a review I did on a product called Extreme FX. Their address is also in South Portland, ME (Maine) just like Tigra.
Should You Buy Tigra Male Enhancement?
I won’t even go into the claims that this product will add 4+ inches to my manhood. Sheesh. Maybe they get away with saying stuff like that because if they ever get taken to court they can claim that “that is from a flaccid state”. Okay buddy – lets go with that.
If Tigra Isn’t Any Good – Is There Something That Is?
I always advise to do business with a company that you can trust. How does one know? Well… if you can’t check out their claims (like I just did with Tigra) then don’t do business with them.
It’s also better to do business with companies that have been around for at least a few years and have lots of happy customers.
If you are looking for a company that you can trust I advise you check out Zenerx.
I put a banner down below. Just click on it and you’ll be take to their site.
Take Care Out There,
I’ve been meaning to do this Penestra male enhancement pills review for some time now – so here it is.
I received a full color “Mens Digest” magazine in the mail one day (it came in a plastic wrapper) and I set it aside thinking it was for some sort of new vitamin or something. Just another piece of junk mail I thought, (and it was).
What Is Penestra?
It turns out this brochure was full of naked men and women. Many pictures of different people in different positions doing the hoochie coochie – if you know what I mean.
The “world’s oldest porn star” – a guy by the name of Dave Cummings is promoting Penestra as the latest greatest libido and low-t booster.
Is Anything In This Brochure True?
The only thing I could dig up that’s true on all of the outrageous claims being made in the brochure is that this guy Dave Cummings actually exists.
Dr. Renee Masch – Who’s That?
The doctor that they use in the promotion of this product does not exist. Period.
There is nothing on the entire internet that I could find on anyone with this name. Look him up for yourself. The only thing you’ll likely come up with is a link right back to the article you are reading right now, because as of now (January 2014) I am the only one mentioning him online.
Can You Believe It?
If the good doctor mentioned above doesn’t exist can you believe anything this company is telling you? In my experience you can’t.
Is Penestra A Scam?
It’s too soon to say (as of January 2014) that this is another male enhancement pill scam like many I have noted on this website. See Here, Here, and Here – (just be sure to read the comments at the end of the articles) – There’s another scam going on by a company that sells Rexbull, that one takes the cake, and you can read all of the comments at the end of my review over on my other website Here.
Does Penestra Have A Website? Or An Address?
Look – This company doesn’t even have a website to sell the product. As a matter of fact I couldn’t even find an address to order the product – There’s none listed in the brochure even though there is an order form to fill out.
Just a 1-800 number to call. I wonder if anyone who orders even receives anything?
Can You Trust This Product?
I certainly don’t trust anything being said by these guys. I can’t find out anything about them. When calling the 800 number the nice gal couldn’t tell me either. She was just reading a script.
As far as I know this is just a bottle of pills with a label on it. If I ordered (and actually received something) I am quite sure – from my own personal experience, and from the many hundreds of other guys who have commented on this site about other product promotions like this – I am pretty sure there would be no one there to honor the one year guarantee as stated in the brochure. (remember – no address listed to return the product to)
Who Can You Trust?
Maybe time will tell that you can trust Penestra, but for now I am staying away from it. You can do what you want of course – and if you order it and it works (or not) I would appreciate a comment down below, (and so would a lot of other guys who are wondering).
Deal With A Proven Company
There are of course companies that sell male enhancement products that have been around a long time and have products that actually work for many if not most of the guys who try them. (nothing works for everyone) That’s why you should deal with a proven product and legitimate company that you can research online.
Check Out Vigrx Plus
One product that I can sincerely recommend that is helpful for many guys is the all natural Vigrx Plus. I put a banner down below that you can click on that will take you right to their website and you can check it out and see if it is something that you feel might work for you too.
Take Care Out There,
Just received this MaxCord 3 male enhancement solicitation in the mail. I thought it looked familiar, and it was. It’s the exact same promotion for another product I did a review on called CordyCeps Micro Pill.
Is MaxCord 3 Actually CordyCeps Micro Pills?
It appears that the original name of the product didn’t go over good enough – or they are just trying to stay one step ahead of the postmaster general.
It seems that from some of the comments on this site (at the end of the Cordyceps article) that people either aren’t getting what they ordered or if they do receive something that the pills don’t work at all. (guys are still getting promotions for the Cordyceps product as of January 2014)
An Old Trick
This type of marketing is one of the oldest tricks in the book. If a product doesn’t sell well – or if it does, but you are selling snake oil (re. scamming people) and you are concerned that the authorities are going to catch up with you then just change the label on the product and use a new mailing address!
Dr. Mark (Marc) Normandie Is That You?
I’ll let you look this guy up yourself. The only search result that comes up with someone with this name will point you to my above mentioned review of the Cordyceps product. He appears to be a completely fake (made up) personality.
If The Doctor Is Fake, What Else Is Fake About This Product?
Take some time and do a web search for the other things they mention – see if they are true. The 2013 Male Potency Symposium in Paris France? Doesn’t exist. Shall I go on? I think you get the picture.
Should You Buy From A Company That Lies To You?
Hey… we are all adults here. You can do what you want.
I’m just pointing out the obvious.
Good Luck Out There,
p.s. I recommend you deal with a proven company with a proven product such as VigRx Plus - They’ve been around a long time – You can also check out any of the products advertised on this website – I have thoroughly vetted them – You can trust them – You will get what you order.
I can’t say for sure that any particular product will work for you because there isn’t any one thing that works for all guys, just be aware of the stated money back guarantees. Some companies give you more time than others to return the product if you find it’s not right for you.
You can check out VigRx Plus by clicking the banner just below.
If you are looking for a cheap and easy way to try a new natural libido booster, a testosterone booster, or a supplement to help build muscle mass – going with a free trial offer is a good way to check something out without spending a lot of money up front – and to see if it will work for you.
These will cost you less than $5 (shipping) to try and I have checked out a couple of companies and their products (I’ll add more as I come across anything worthy of this list). The offers listed below give you a chance to try a new product before you commit to buying.
Terms – How It Works
Just be aware of the Terms Of The Trial Offer. Every one of these require that you input your credit card information – for two reasons.
- They need your credit card to charge you for the shipping and handling.
- They will charge you whatever amount is stated in their terms for the product if you don’t call and cancel your free trial within the specified time period. (often it is just 14 days)
Be aware of what you are committing to if you don’t cancel the trial.
No one is trying to be sneaky here. The terms of each offer are clearly stated on each offer’s page.
With all of the above out of the way – here are a couple of offers you might want to check out.
Natural Testosterone & Libido Booster
Just Pay Shipping and Handling
(less than $5)
Here’s another Free Trial you might want to check out.
This one is a straight up Male Libido Booster.
Free Trial Offer
(less than $5 shipping and handling)
The free trial offers above may be taken down at any time so if you are thinking about trying a new product to enhance your health and your life check them out immediately and see if they might be something that you feel would help you get what you want.
Just trying to be helpful.
Good Luck Out There,
People who have received a “newspaper” ad for Extreme Fx Sublingual Spray are wondering about it and so am I.
I just received one of these “newspapers” too – mailed to me in an envelope no less. My review is below. December 2013.
Does Extreme FX Sub Lingual Spray Work?
First off – I couldn’t find anything on the internet about this product – or even that the company “Divine Horizon’s”
There is a company called Divine Horizon (without the (s) on the end) that has been sending out promotional literature for male enhancement products for quite some time.
Bree Olson (the porn starlet) is associated with them and I have done several reviews about their products – lots of negative comments by the way.
Here’s a link to my latest review of their latest product – links to my other reviews about their products are within the article. See: http://reviewersfacts.com/mammoth-patches-bree-olson-divine-horizon/
Any science behind sub lingual sprays?
When in doubt and in search for specific information on things of this matter I head over to Wikipedia. I did a search over there – Here’s the link: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special%3ASearch&profile=default&search=sublingual+spray&fulltext=Search
Turns out there are some products (medicines) that are being used in this manner – but I could not find any specific listing for the science behind how they work. Only that there are some medicines being used to deliver the dose to the body in this way.
It makes sense that the body can more readily absorb the ingredients in the product in this way – but as of yet I can’t find anything about male or female enhancement herbs and products having any success in the way the promotion for Extreme FX seems to suggest.
Any Testimonials From Happy Users?
The only comments or testimonials about this sublingual spray that I could find was in the promotional newspaper itself. After reading them it makes one almost want to buy the product doesn’t it? If you read them closely though they seem like the kind of comments that are all made up.
With the lack of any info out there otherwise on this company and their Extreme FX Sub Lingual sex spray I recommend you hold off ordering before more evidence that it works comes in.
Any Real Testimonials?
If anybody has dealt with this company – and this product – please make a comment below. There are plenty of people wondering if it can be trusted.
Take care out there…
p.s. If you are looking for an all natural male enhancement/libido boosting product that works check out Zenerx.
Or check out some free trial offers I recently wrote about right on this site. (less than $5 shipping to try them)
Figured I’d do a review on the latest product that Bree is pimping… Mammoth Patches.
I gotta hand it to that Hollywood (adult film) starlet Bree Olsen. She’s busy again promoting a new male enhancement product: a transdermal skin patch called Mammoth Patches.
First it was Nitroxin. See my review and all the comments and testimonials (or lack thereof) Here. (plenty of negative comments at the end of the article from people who dealt with the company and the product)
Next she put her name on a pheromone spray product. I did a review about it Here. (more negative comments about that one too)
Are Mammoth Patches For Male Enhancement Legitimate?
Now Bree is promoting (pimping?) a transdermal patch. Is there any legitimacy to these things?
Most people have heard of nicotine patches that are supposed to help eliminate your cravings for cigarettes. That’s what a transdermal patch is. The transdermal patches that Bree is promoting is supposed to work the same way.
Do Transdermal Patches Work?
There is plenty of science behind the concept. Here’s a Wiki article about how they work – if you care to check it out. Now whether or not these Mammoth ones will work to boost your libido, boost your energy, grow your penis, or make you “screw for hours” remains to be seen. I’m guessing probably not. I have yet to receive one positive comment on this site from anyone who has used any of the products that Bree Olsen promotes.
Are These Patches A Scam?
I won’t say they are a scam. There are some proven transdermal patches for male enhancement like Pro Enhance that have been around for quite some time and that seem to work for some guys. I’m sure they don’t work as well as all of the (made up?) testimonials you can read in Bree’s latest promotional booklet though. These things never do.
Any Real Testimonials?
I’d like to hear from anyone who has had a good experience with these Mammoth Patches that Miss Olsen is promoting – You can leave your thoughts in the comments section below.
I recently received a promo for these CordyCeps micro pills that are supposed to be good for enhancing the libido. Figured I’d dig into the male enhancement claims these guys make and see if anything adds up.
Is Dr. Marc Normandie A Real Person?
Many of the promoters of these types of products use a “Dr.” to help make it seem like they are offering a legitimate product, but alas… there is no such person listed anywhere on the internet. And the Quantum Male Potency Foundation? The place does not exist either. Try looking it up yourself.
One Pill And 3+ Inches For Two Days?
If in fact this pill can do that, do you really want a 48 hour erection? I thought not. What a claim! And what’s with the 10-3-48 on the product packaging? That doesn’t even mean anything does it?
A Worm That Turns Into A Mushroom?
Wrong again. Now Cordyceps are a well know fungi, (see this Wikipedia link – and also the mushroom expert website) but they are a parasite that burrows into caterpillars and such and feed off of them to get started growing, but it doesn’t work the way it is claimed in the mailing I received.
Does Cordyceps Work As A Libido Enhancer?
Amazingly they did get this part right. I found several sources that list “male sexual health problems” as something that the Cordycep mushroom can help with – but there are over 400 different kinds (and counting) – and there is nothing in the literature that says these micro-pills actually do what they say they will.
Here’s a link to Web M.D. that you can read more about these amazing fungi/mushrooms.
Are Cordyceps Rare And In Short Supply?
Wrong again. You can buy many different kinds of Cordyceps supplements and they are much, much cheaper at places like Amazon.com. Here’s A Link to one of the most popular products. You can get 90 capsules for around $12.00.
Most of the testimonials on Amazon talk about the supplements being an excellent immune booster, but not a libido enhancer as promoted by this company with their (seemingly) fake testimonials.
Does Cordyceps Have A Website?
Unlike a lot of other scammy type male enhancement promoters these guys do in fact have a website. It’s out of the U.K. though, so be prepared to pay in Euros if you are thinking about buying the product over the internet.
Will I Try Cordyceps?
Too many red flags on this one for me to give it a try. If anyone out there buys some and it actually works please leave a testimonial in the comments section below.
NOTE: January 2014. See the comments below.
So What Works? Who Can I Trust?
Also… many, many guys ask me if there is anything that actually works.
What I always try to explain is that in my experience there isn’t any one thing that will work the same for everyone, but you should always deal with a company that at least has a proven money back guarantee. (not some bogus guarantee).
I can confidently recommend Vigrx Plus – although I don’t take it anymore because – and I know this sounds like a sales pitch – I don’t take it anymore because it makes me too horny. I don’t want that all the time.
I now take Provacyl on a pretty consistent basis. It’s easier on my stomach – and I’m not trying to jump on my wife all the time. LOL You can read my personal review of Provacyl Here. (on my other website)
Figured I’d take a look to see what the current (7/2013) top rated and top selling male enhancers were around the internet. I’ve been doing reviews for several years now and over that time Amazon has become the biggest online marketplace for most every kind of product.
The nice thing about their site is that not only do they sell lots and lots of product, they also garner many product reviews – the good, the bad, and the downright ugly.
What Are The Top Selling Male Enhancement Pills (on Amazon)?
HAM All Natural Male Enhancement by BioGenixUSA.
This product has many 4 star and 5 star reviews from many happy users. Some users report the normal side effects such as headache and flushing that a lot of guys get from taking these kinds of pills, but overall the user satisfaction rating is really high.
VitaliKor Male Enhancement Capsules
This product has an average rating of just 3 stars on Amazon, but many users report good results. (keep in mind that no one has created a product in this category that works 100% of the time for 100% of the people who use it.) The main complaint about VitaliKor is that it gives a headache, sometimes leg cramps, and stomach ache or “gut rot” as I like to call it. Many of the “all natural” pills that I have tried in the past give me gut rot too.
Maximize Male Enhancement Pills
There are over 100 reviews about this product on Amazon and the average rating is over 4 stars (out of 5). It seems to work for the majority of guys who use it. They do (over) promote it as something that will at “inches” to your male member, but we all know that sort of talk is b.s.
What most guys are looking for (besides and increase in length – that no pill can really provide) is an increase in stamina, and an ability to get an erection and keep it up for as long as is needed to complete the task.
The three products mentioned above are working for the majority of guys who are using them and seem to be trustworthy. Just be sure to follow the directions and stop using them if they make you feel sick.
It seems the stream of bad and/or fake and/or dangerous “natural” male enhancement products is never ending. It pays to be careful out there and know what you are buying and who you are buying from.
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Proven Natural Male Enhancers That Work
Here are a couple that you might want to check out.
Good Luck Out There…