Sextagin is another male enhancement product that is claimed to contain a blend of 18 herbs and “delivers quite a punch per daily dose.” It contains yohimbe for an even stronger blend, but this is a fundamental problem if you consider the potential and reported side effects of this ingredient. This product is poised to help men get to experience their true sexual potential once they get older.
This sexual enhancer offers “large dose of raw power per serving,” three months worth of 180 capsules per package, and the promise to build confidence and work for any men unlike the way many other male enhancement products fail to do.
- Tribulus terrestris
- Positive, even glowing, reviews on sites like Amazon.com
- Reveals only partial list of ingredients
- Lacks clinical data and findings to strengthen claims
- Claims to be fast-acting but no facts and numbers to be verified
Sextagin is a male enhancement product that we do not feel strongly about, yet has such positive reviews on many sites on the Web. For one, perhaps the most serious concern we came across was the shipping time. Our issue, however, is that the basics for a decent sexual enhancement supplement are not met. For one, only a partial ingredient lineup is published, and we find no studies or data to back up its benefit claims. It also contains yohimbe, and has no apparent focus in its campaign against erectile dysfunction and other common male sexual problems. It needs focus, numbers, and simply to prove the science behind its formulation – and why it should gain the buying public’s trust.