Jaxi Strips Summary
Jaxi Strips claim to be fast acting – you use it when needed, which is before sexual activity – but the effectiveness of delivering potent ingredients using this delivery method remains to be seen. Jaxi Strips, formerly known as ProxiStrips, are edible male enhancement strips placed under the tongue that remind us of breath-freshening strips. Manufactured by Swiss Labs, this male enhancement product was created to help improve sexual function by supporting longer and harder erections, boost stamina and energy, increase testosterone, and heighten sexual arousal.
Ingredients at a Glance
Jaxi Strips’ ingredients are similar to conventional male enhancement supplements. It contains Yohimbe bark extract, Long Jack, L-arginine, Ginger, plus not-so common ingredients like Inca Gold 510 and Progrado
Yohimbe bark extract has long been used in Africa as a sexual stimulant. It works by increasing the flow of blood to the penis, which is crucial in achieving and maintaining an erection. Long Jack, also known as Tongkat ali, has gained attention for its ability to increase testosterone levels, increase libido, and boost sexual performance. L-arginine is a semi-essential amino acid that helps increase the flow of blood to the penis. Ginger helps relax blood vessels and relieve tension.
Inca Gold 510 is a proprietary herbal blend formulated to enhance strength and virility, and support both male and female sexual pleasure. Progrado (Croton spp latex extract) is an antioxidant found in the Amazon rainforest that helps improve overall health.
- Natural formula
- Uses Yohimbe, Long Jack, and L-arginine
- Delivery system has not been tested or proven effective
- Not recommended for those who have a history of liver, kidney, and heart disease; hypertension, diabetes, chronic inflammation of the prostate gland, or those taking MAO inhibitors
- Website provides little information on how to use the product and the ingredients
- No testimonials provided
- No money back guarantee
Male enhancement strips are an alternative to supplements but this delivery method is unproven. While it may contain potent ingredients like Yohimbe, Long Jack, and L-arginine, without a free trial and return-policy, and no studies and testimonials to back up its advertised benefits, Jaxi Strips are likely to be unappealing to most consumers. Swiss Labs has been around since 1995 but it doesn’t help that it still doesn’t have a decent website. Unless the manufacturer provides more information about Jaxi Strips, we just can’t take this product seriously.