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RexaZyte Reviews - What Is It?
Author: Eric Lander
WARNING: DO NOT BUY RexaZyte Until You Read This Review!
Is it a Scam? Does It Really Work? Check Ingredients, Side Effects and More!
RexaZyte is a penis enlargement supplement used to increase the penis size, its performance and functions. The product comes in the form of pills and can be found online on their official website of on some retail stores online. It is said to enable enjoyable sexual moments with your partner and increase your testosterone levels too. These are very loud promises but they mean nothing without the manufacturer information and solid scientific evidence. Well, we found out that the company behind RexaZyte is called Cybex Biotech. It claims to have observed standard manufacturing practices and is based in the USA. The official website of the company is not very informative. It contains too little information about the supplement. It is unknown whether the manufacturer offers any other products. The company doesn't offer money back guarantee or guarantee customer satisfaction.
The supplement cannot be found in traditional stores. However, the site is full of RexaZyte claims which are not true in reality. If it would have been that easy to increase male penis, there would not be the doctors. The claims sound like this. You will enjoy harder, bigger, and longer erections. You will face faster recovery times between sexual sessions and achieve more erections faster, with no fear of dysfunctions. The supplement will make your penis larger, thicker and more masculine. To check whether these claims are true let us discuss RexaZyte ingredients.
Ingredients of RexaZyte - Does It Really Work? Is It a Scam?
Each bottle of the product includes the following ingredients. The key stimulating ingredient is Tribulus Terrestris. It has the potent hormone extract and testosterone boosting properties, which helps to expand the penis. Based on a number of reputable independent studies, this ingredient doesn't boost testosterone in humans. Besides, this substance is able to cause severe side effects which will be discussed further. The next active component in the product is L-Citrulline, a natural amino acid that can be found in the human body. It is a transporting agent that helps other ingredients in the supplement to go deep into the capillaries of two penile chambers by opening them. This is expected to maximize penis hardness and size. The preliminary evidence does not show that it is more potent than Viagra, though. This compound may be also linked to some health dangers.
Long Jack is said to be a powerful sexual stimulant that is grown in Asia. It is believed to have an ability to enhance sexual vitality in male; however, it lacks scientific research to back up this claim. Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate (AAKG) is another vital ingredient in RexaZyte. It works by releasing nitric acid that is known for its vasodilation properties. It allows more blood to flow into the penis making it wider, harder, and stronger. The only drawback of this compound is the high risk of side effects. Tribulus Aquaticus works in a similar way as Tribulus Terrestris. It boosts testosterone production but in a different pathway. As a matter of fact, this compound is badly studied to claim that it is safe and effective. Besides, this ingredient is also linked to health risks. The major concern about all of these substances is that the manufacturer does not provide dosage information on the official website. Let us take a look at possible negative issues further.
Customer Reviews - Does It Have Any Side Effects?
According to the manufacturer's website, RexaZyte is free from any side effects, but it is not true. The first reason for this is that it is not 100% natural. It doesn't contain safe ingredients in their purest form, thus, it is associated with side effects. Besides, there is no scientific evidence proving the safety and effectiveness of the product. It is also associated with negative medication interactions. Separate ingredients in the product may cause a number of adverse reactions. Tribulus terrestris may have negative impact on the human health. Some people report feeling warm and uncomfortable, restless and sleepless at night. This compound increases energy levels, so you may feel your heart beating faster than usual. L-citrulline is biosynthesized within the kidneys and liver and may lower blood pressure, which can be dangerous for people with hypotension. L-citrulline can negatively interact with PDE-5 inhibitors for ED, nitrates for heart disease, and other agents linked to blood pressure. AAKG may be linked to some problems too, including dizziness, fainting, palpitations, headache and vomiting. People with herpes should avoid it because it may cause a breakout of the virus.
"RexaZyte does not work as claimed by the manufacturer. Don't trust any of the before and after photos provided on the official website of the company. It is not backed up by real physicians. Their website is very deceptive and should not be trusted. I regret wasting my money."
"Rexa Zyte can be dangerous. It probably contains too much L Arginine that can kill you. I am not joking. I felt very jittery and my heart was beating too fast. I thought I was going to die. Never overdose this supplement. It can be very dangerous. The website is low-informative and provides wrong information. You should get more informed from other sources."
"Rexazyte does not work as I expected. It is an absolutely worthless product. At the same time, it can be danger for your health, since it contains risky components. I often experienced sleep issues when using the product. I don't think that it is really recommended by doctors."
Where To Buy RexaZyte?
The supplement is only available online. It is better to buy it from the official website to get a legal product; however, this is also under question. It will cost you about $25-$45 per bottle. Generally, buying medicines on the Internet raises a doubt whether it is genuine or not. RexaZyte seems to be a scam. There is a counterfeit version sold at eBay and Alibaba. The product doesn't come with a money-back guarantee, which is another concern. The product isn't available on Amazon, GNC, Walmart.
My Final Summary
RexaZyte has a great number of disadvantages. While some of its ingredients seem to be potent, others are associated with many side effects and adverse reactions. The product should not be taken by people with cardiovascular conditions, since it may be lethal for them. The dosages of ingredients used in this male booster are not given on the official website of the product. It means that you never know what effects to expect. Besides, RexaZyte is associated with drug interactions described higher in this review. The results may be damaging for your health. The product is not available offline and seems to be a fraud. If you are looking for a good male enhancement supplement, remember that it needs to be manufactured by a reputable company that offers a wide variety of other supplements too. A good product is usually associated with a great number of positive real customers' reviews on third-party websites. RexaZyte does not meet these requirements, thus it cannot be recommended to buying.
Many doctors believe that the right combination of Ginkgo Biloba, Turnera Aphrodisiaca and Epimedium Sagittatum is able to cope with the problem of erectile dysfunction, penis size and poor sex performance. I agree with them completely. The product is called VigRX Plus. I recommend you reading my review about this wonderful product. You will not regret!
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