112 Degrees Male Enhancer Review
When I received the 112 Degrees male enhancement promotion in the mail (unsolicited) I figured it was going to be a product like so many others out there.
Is 112 Degrees A Real Company?
When I started my research for this review I was pleasantly surprised to find that there is an actual/real company behind it. They (unlike so many others) even have a customer service telephone number you can call – and talk to someone if you have any questions.
What Are The Ingredients of 112 Degrees?
I took a look at their website – which you can go to by clicking HERE and found the following ingredients list.
- Butea superba root
- Tribulus terrestris
- Pueraria mirifica root
- Acai (Euterpe oleracea) fruit
- Asian (Panax) ginseng root extract
- Cardiovascular blend
Any Similar Products Out There?
These ingredients remind me of a somewhat similar product I have taken in the past (and continue to take every now and then) called Provacyl. I did a personal review of what Provacyl did for me. You should read it. Click Here to read the review I did about it at the Natural Enhancers site.
Now I’m not saying they are exactly alike – but the purported benefits and user testimonials of 112 Degrees seem to be along the same lines and many of the ingredients are the same – so I imagine that those who take it will see the same or similar results.
There are some user reviews and testimonials about the product that seem to be legitimate – but I always take “user testimonials” with a grain of salt. But I have to say that hearing other people rave about a product always gets my attention.
Benefits of 112 Degrees
Now this product is not just another Male Enhancer Only type product. They claim that it helps guys with their prostrate – energy levels – and blood circulation in the entire body.
The Butea Superba plant’s root (I’d never heard of it) is apparently indigenous to Thailand and guys there have been eating it for years for not only good sexual health and it’s aphrodisiac like qualities but other health benefits too.
Any Experts? Can you find out about them?
The main expert behind the product is Rodney J. Tallman and there is plenty on the internet about him – so that’s always a good thing when thinking about buying and using a product like this. Rodney has put together a group at a company called Lifespan Labs, and this is the company behind 112 Degrees.
I always like to be able to find out who the people are behind a product when doing a review of this kind and it’s a refreshing change to actually do some research about a product and be able to verify not only the claims behind it, but the people behind it too.
112 Degrees – Not Just Another Scam
I’ve done so many reviews in the past where the experts put forth are nowhere to be found. See Here, Here, and Here. (among others) It seems that many times a promotional company just makes up an expert and figures that people aren’t going to check them out. It must work because they keep doing it.
It’s nice to see a new product on the market like 112 Degrees that you can trust. You can visit their website by clicking this link and checking them out for yourself.
I should note that I am Not receiving any compensation for this review – neither am I going to make a commission if you click through to their site from here and buy some.
Now I have not ordered it yet. I’m still happy with my Provacyl and Ultra H-3. (and VigRX Plus of course) But if the company wanted to send me a sample I suppose I’d be open to the possibility. Then I could do a personal user review.
In the meantime.
Take care out there,
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