Libido-Max is a male sexual enhancer that proposes three phases of improvement via supplementation. These phases are (1) sex drive and desire, (2) blood flow, and (3) sexual performance and stamina. According to its website, recent scientific research hails the power of L-arginine to dilate blood vessels and assist in the enhancement of penile blood flow. Optimal functioning of blood vessels is also deemed an important aspect of producing and maintaining male erections. The three-phase formula, combined with nutraceuticals, is believed to support your libido and translate to better sexual enjoyment.
The ingredients of Libido-Max are the following: 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, and St. John’s bread.
Product Features and Benefits
Libido-Max promotes a three-stage formula, delving on better sexual desire or libido, blood flow, and stamina. For daily maintenance, a user is suggested to take 1 to 4 liquid soft gels in divided doses. For an immediate response, up to 4 soft gels taken one hour before sexual intercourse are suggested.
- Availability in a wide range of retailers, including Walmart and GNC
- Soft gel formula is a good alternative to the usual hard capsule form
- Good focus on libido enhancement
- Addition of yohimbe in the formulation
- Daily recommended dose is costly and wasteful
- Lacking clinical data and numbers to back up product claims
We see great promise in Libido-Max, mainly its ardent attention to libido enhancement. Not all male enhancement supplements provide sex drive improvement, so this is a welcome focus. It also pays good attention to blood flow, the basis and foundation of good erections. But there are gaps to fill as well. We would recommend the exclusion of the controversial yohimbe from the mix, as well as the tweaking of the recommended daily dose of up to four soft gels. This sounds costly, wasteful, and ineffective, and should be addressed promptly. We see the usual problems in other supplements in Libido-Max, although for the most part it is decent and acceptable for self-therapy.