Editor’s Rating: Overall Success Rate: 20% (23rd out of 25 products)
M Labs Inc.
3325 Griffin Rd. Suite E-285
Ft Lauderdale, FL 33312
Official Website: www.xytomax.com
Xytomax is a male enhancement supplement that promises to “turbocharge your sex life” by increasing testosterone and human growth hormone (HGH) levels. Its manufacturer, M-Labs, claims that this male enhancer is 100% guaranteed to work. Here’s what we think:
List of Ingredients
Xytomax’s male enhancement formula features: Avena Sativa, Cnidium Monnieri, Damiana, Epimedium (Horny Goat Weed), GABA (Gamma Amino Butryic Acid), Gingkgo Biloba, Guarana, Korean Ginseng, Longjack (Tongkat Ali), L-arginine, Maca, Muira Puama, Niacinamide (Vitamin B3), Saw Palmetto, Yohimbe, Xanthroparmelia Scabrosa, and Zinc Oxide.
These ingredients can be classified as libido boosters (Ginkgo Biloba, Muira Puama), stimulants (GABA, Guarana, Korean Ginseng, Niacinamide Saw Palmetto), testosterone boosters (Avena Sativa, Long Jack, Zinc Oxide), and vasodilators and blood circulation enhancers (Cnidium Monnieri, Epimedium, L-arginine, Xanthoparmelia Scabrosa, Yohimbe).
Xytomax was created by a certain Dr. Alexander Crowley, who teamed up with M-Labs to create a male enhancement supplement that can help boost testosterone production, increase stamina and sexual endurance, enhance erection size and quality, and prevent premature ejaculation.
While its list of ingredients looks impressive, Xytomax makes several misleading claims. First, that it helps increase HGH levels. HGH has been marketed for weight loss, muscle growth, increased energy, and improved sex life, among other things, but the effective way to boost HGH levels is by performing high-intensity exercise, not supplementation.
Second, Xytomax claims that its ingredients mimic the effects of Viagra and other erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs. ED drugs are known as PDE5 inhibitors. PDE5 is an enzyme that destroys nitric oxide, the natural compound that you need in order to achieve an erection. Icariin, Epimedium’s active component, has been shown to have a mild PDE5 inhibiting effect but it cannot compete with the effectiveness of prescription ED drugs.
- Contains potent ingredients
- Does not show Dr. Crowley’s credentials
- Misleading claims
- Testimonials look too structured
- Product is designed to upsell other products
Whenever a male enhancement product claims that it is “100% guaranteed to work,” it only means two things: that it is either a quality product or just full of hype. Xytomax leans towards the latter. While it does boast of an impressive male enhancement formula, Xytomax makes misleading claims and does not provide its inventor’s credentials. It outlines a timetable for results but does not give the consumer a definite idea of what to expect.