Extagen is another male enhancement product which promises to help men increase penis size by promoting blood flow in the penile area. It also claims to increase sexual libido and performance. In fact, it is widely advertised to be the “Number 1 penis pill in the world.” But so are hundreds of other male enhancement supplements. Does Extagen really work or will a $54.95 initial investment for a bottle simply a waste of hard-earned money?
The ingredients of Extagen is not presented in detail in their official website. They only mention that it consists of the highest quality herbs and phytoextracts that have been combined to increase blood flow for stronger erections. It also states the inclusion of Yohimbe extract (which means men with heart conditions will have to be wary of taking them). Affiliate sites mention the inclusion of some ingredients common in many male enhancement pills including L-Arginine, Maca Root, Muira Puama, Catuaba, Ginseng and Zinc. There is no information on the dosage and concentration of these mentioned ingredients.
Taking a Closer Look
The product claims advertised in their website ExtagenCapsules.com are quite impressive. It claims a success rate of 95.7%, and present “word for word” testimonials from real users. They present audio clips in their most recent posts but there seems to be no way to determine whether these testimonials are valid or not. There provide no before and after photos, no Certifications, no clinical studies and no legitimate proof that can convince a discerning customer. In short, despite the seemingly reliable formulation, J3 Labs seems to have not invested time in providing proof of the validity of their claims. For a brand that declares to be in the market for over 8 years, you will wonder what they have actually been doing the past years.
Independent customer feedback through forums also show a number of disappointed customers: many of them agree that Extagen can indeed increase sexual drive and energy, but it does not work in increasing penis size.
Does Extagen really work? To some extent, it should. After all, it contains the right ingredients in its formula. But with the limited information Extagen provides, discerning customers like you might be held back. While its advertising claims are very impressive, there is little proof that can establish the validity of these claims. If you are convinced that Extagen can do something for you, do more research online to make sure you are making the right choice.