Manufacturer: Applied Nutrition
We usually prefer to review brands that haven’t been reviewed to death, just because it’s nice to find brands that are worth talking about that aren’t necessarily the most popular.
But you must review the popular ones to remain honest to your viewers. If there really is a better mass-produced male enhancement product out there, our readers should know about it.
Libido-Max is one of those products that anyone who has even done a rudimentary search on Google for a male enhancement product would stumble across it at some point. It’s like the Extenze of the libido product world.
You would think it would work wonderfully, and without any doubts. After all, it’s sold in big retailers like Walgreens for crying out loud!
To beat the elephant in the room: it did work. But not as well as you would think, and there were other effects that I saw that you might be interested in knowing about.
This is a premium product all the way, from the outside to the inside. The box is sturdy, the graphics are sharp and in high-resolution, and the information on the front and back of the box is plenty to bring you in for a closer look.
We bought Libido-Max from Walgreens, so we can’t comment on how nice the shipping materials or container are, or if you’re greeted with advertorials or other miscellaneous items.
The pills are carefully placed inside the pack in a blister pack fashion, where you pop each pill through a thin piece of foil. You’ve seen these before. It sounds odd, but if you saw it, you’d say ‘ah! Those things! I know what you’re saying now.’
The Effectiveness of Libido-Max
Be very, very careful with this product. Its combination of ingredients has been noted to cause severe gastro intestinal issues, including stomach ache, nausea, and diarrhea.
The culprit: yohimbe bark extract. It’s an all-natural ingredient, sure, but it’s a very powerful one. There have even been cases where cardiac arrest has occurred from an intake of yohimbe. Yikes!
I’ve never had a heart attack, but I’d imagine having one while having sex isn’t exactly that fun. But if you had to die, that’s probably the best way to go.
Anyway, now that we got the morbid portion over with, the package says you may take 2-4 pills every morning to increase your appetite for sexual behavior.
Whoever wrote that part of the directions is a complete moron. I took two pills the first day, and experienced headaches, fatigue, stomach ache, and I felt like I was going to puke my face off.
I can’t even imagine what I would have felt like after four pills. As stated earlier, I attribute this to yohimbe bark extract. It’s powerful stuff.
So while I felt completely awful, I was too sick to even notice if my sexual desire had increased. After all, who wants to have sex when they’re ready to vomit? It’s like having a stomach virus and thinking you’re going to go run in a marathon. You want to do anything but that!
After being sick most of the day, I decided to lay off of sex for the day.
Day two, I decided to try one pill. The same thing happened, only to a lesser extent. Rather than put myself through two weeks of torture and perpetual sickness, I decided that then was a perfect time to cut the review short.
My experience? Libido-Max sucks. It’ll make you sick. But if you enjoy feeling horrible for six hours, be my guest.
- Maca root
- Horny goat wed
- Tribulus extract
- Yohimbe extract
- Ginger extract
- Black pepper extract
Is Libido-Max a Scam?
It is not a scam. You can buy this stuff in stores, and you can even contact the company if you needed the phone number to the closest hospital or stomach-pumping facility.
If you tried buying a motorcycle on eBay and the guy said he’d be overseas for a military mission, but he told you to empty your credit cards and wire him money first, to which you eventually received a box filled with 1980s porn magazines, that is a scam.
Where Can I buy Libido-Max?
The easiest place to buy Libido-Max is Walgreens or another big retailer. You could also buy directly from their website, but then you need to wait for it to ship to you.
You get 30 liquid gel capsules in each box, and if you took the maximum dose possible and didn’t feel like grizzly bears were eating your intestines, that would be 7 and a half days of use. If the product worked as intended, and with only two pills, you’d get 15 days out of it.
With a product like this, even though the directions say to take it every day, you’d only need to take it as needed. I mean, really, if you’re taking a libido enhancer, why would you want to be super horny at work or something?
How’s the Return Policy?
Since your best bet for buying Libido-Max is to head to your local pharmacy retailer, you’d be dealing with their return policies, which are usually consumer friendly.
Depending on where you go, you’d have at least 30 days to make up your mind on whether or not you want to try it. I’m not so sure if you’d get your money back if you opened it and used it, so I wouldn’t treat this experiment as a ‘what do I have to lose?’ scenario.
Do They Auto-Bill You?
No, silly! Walgreens doesn’t do stuff like that, otherwise they’d totally be in bankruptcy for ripping people off and having to pay out millions if[pullquote_right] It made me sick[/pullquote_right] reparations.
The Bottom Line
I really wanted to like this product. I really did. Seeing how it’s so popular and in quite a few big retailers, it sounded like a total homerun. But, sadly, it made me sick. I can’t say if you’d feel fine, but searching around the Internet brought me to the conclusion that this was not just a one-time deal. It happens a lot.
Be careful with this stuff!