Libido-Max for men is a male enhancement formula that proposes three stages of improvement: (1) drive and desire, (2) increased blood flow, and (3) performance and stamina. It says that according to recent scientific research, L-arginine may dilate blood vessels and help to enhance penile blood flow. Good blood vessel function is also an essential element of generating and maintaining erection. Combined with targeted nutraceuticals, the three-stage formula supports a strong, healthy libido and promotes sexual performance and enjoyment.
For daily maintenance, take one to four liquid soft gels in divided doses. If you are seeking a more immediate response prior to intimacy, take up to four liquid soft gels an hour before sexual activity. Do not go beyond four liquid soft gels a day.
Stamina and extending blend (Maca, ashwagandha, DMG, CDP-choline), libido boosting blend (Epimedium, Tribulus terrestris, yohimbe, L-tyrosine), Power Max blend (L-arginine, NADH), Bioperine complex (Ginger, long pepper, Bioperine black pepper), soy bean oil, gelatin, glycerin, purified water, beeswax, soy lecithin, caramel color, St. John’s bread
- Readily available in a wide range of stores, such as Walgreens and GNC
- Soft gel formula may be a good alternative for those who don’t prefer traditional capsules
- Targeted benefit of enhanced libido as first step to sexual enhancement
- Contains yohimbe, a controversial ingredient that even FDA warns about
- Daily intake can shoot up to four soft gels – less cost-effective than we expected!
- Lacks clinical findings on the website
We like the fact that Libido-Max created a three-step program to manage users’ expectations of the product. From inciting better sex drive to improving blood flow, you can expect good results and manifestations of regular use. However, there are several crucial factors where the product fails to make the grade. One of these is the recommended daily intake, which can reach up to four soft gels. This is hardly cost-efficient for us and may need to be tweaked into one-a-day doses. The ingredient list also becomes questionable with the presence of yohimbe, which we’d rather not use for its questionable safety. Another warning is that Libido-Max contains a chemical known to the State of California (Prop 65) to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.