Sinrex Review – What you need to know
All you need to know about Sinrex Background If you were given a choice between a single pill and a product system that includes a pill and a topical cream, which one would you pick? Most people would think that using two different products would yield better results than just one product, and there’s a […]
All you need to know about Sinrex
If you were given a choice between a single pill and a product system that includes a pill and a topical cream, which one would you pick? Most people would think that using two different products would yield better results than just one product, and there’s a good reason behind that. While product systems are about 2-3 times more expensive than just a single male enhancement product, it works on two different paths that supposedly would give you better results.
One product system that has been on our sights for a while is Sinrex – a pill plus cream product system that promises to give you better erections and an insatiable libido. Sinrex is loaded with ingredients, and its topical cream has ingredients that you would find in the best male enhancement pills – but one question remains: does it work? Find out by reading the rest of our review:
Sinrex reports about SIXTEEN different ingredients in its pill component. We’ve always told our readers that more ingredients on a single dose would cloud the pill and would likely result to miniscule proportions for each ingredient. Lower doses of each ingredient would never result in better benefits – at least based on our experience. We examined the contents of Sinrex and came up with this ingredient list:
- Copper chelate
- Cuscuta seed
- Green tea extract
- Epunedum Sagitum
- Hawthorn berries
- Maca root
- Saw Palmetto
- Siberian ginseng
- Soy protein
- Tribulus Terrestris
- Vitamin E
That’s really a lot compared to other male enhancement pills. However, there are ingredients that literally require several grams to be effective, like hawthorn and creatine. Hawthorn is a heart health ingredient, while creatine is more common on bodybuilding supplements. There is no possible way to fit an effective dose of these ingredients in a pill without sacrificing quality.
The list also features a lot of the ingredients that we have all been familiar with, like Epimedium (Epunedum Sagitum?), L-Arginine, Maca Root, Saw Palmetto, and Tribulus Terrestris. All of these ingredients can be found in the best male enhancement pills, which should give some hope to Sinrex. However, the dosage is again put into question as these ingredients require a hefty dose before it can be used to promote any physiological change.
We also examined the topical cream product of Sinrex to see if it can cause significant changes in male sexual health. The cream is said to have Tribulus Terrestris, Horny Goat Weed, and Siberian Ginseng. Tribulus Terrestris and Horny Goat Weed are two of the most common aphrodisiacs used today, but there are no studies that support that these ingredients can be absorbed through the skin. Also, with the absence of menthol in the cream, the pores in the skin would not open up, which decreases the chances of these ingredients being absorbed through the skin.
It would have been better if there was some real research done to make Sinrex an all-in-one male enhancement product, but the ingredients alone have given the product away. You’re better off with one-pill-a-day products like Formula 41 Extreme to give you the results you want.