Vydox is certainly not a scam. I didn’t see fantastic results from this product but it is endorsed by professional athletes and it is made by a highly respected company – so some people may be seeing results.
In my opinion the product is way too expensive and I would highly recommend that you look at my Top 3 Supplements page to find a more effective supplement at a more reasonable price.
Read the full review below.
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Vydox is one of the leading male enhancement supplements on the market today. It is endorsed by PGA tour champion Brian Gay who is a spokesperson and assumably customer of the company. This gives Vydox some major street credibility having such a big named attached to the brand. I always love trying these high profile supplements out because generally they work extremely well – that was not the case with Vydox. This is probably the only review that you will find which details a bad experience – it just didn’t work for me.
I’m going to go into common misconceptions, some information about the product, and why I am now skeptical about it. Read more to find out.
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Vydox Review: What Is It?
Vydox is an all natural male enhancement supplement that is supposed to boost your libido, improve your erections, and support penis enlargement gains. There are a ton of testimonials on the companies website backing up the product and it is a really well put together brand that seems to offer a lot of great information about the product.
Vydox is a slow acting male enhancement supplement, which means that you have to take it over a period of time to start seeing any substantial effects.
What Ingredients Are In Vydox?
Vydox has some pretty standard ingredients:
- Saw Palmetto
- Horny Goat Weed
- Damiana Extract
- Muira Puama
- And a few others that you can find on the official website to get more information about them.
Vydox works by using these ingredients to boost blood flow to the penis. This is a process known as vasodialation. This opens the blood vessels making them wider which allows more blood to fill an erection. This is a proven clinical method of doing things.
This is where my concerns started though. As I mentioned above Vydox is marketed as a slow acting supplement, but it contains Yohimbe, which is a stimulant and starts working almost immediately. This doesn’t make sense to include in a slow acting supplement because I know many guys react to this supplement right away. It is not something that you would want in your system on a daily basis and rather something that can just be used before sex.
My Experience Using Vydox:
I set a trial period and used Vydox for a period of 1 month. As soon as I started the test my fears from above were realized. During the first week I could feel the yohimbe extract starting to work almost immediately. It boosted my heart rate, and made me horny almost all the time – to the point of it actually being uncomfortable. I always had the jitters. After the first week I had to stop taking the supplement because I didn’t think it was good to have yohimbe in my system that consistently, although it does produce good erections.
I chose to not continue with the 1 month trial because it really wasn’t working for me. I’m sure it works for some guys but I really can’t stand behind this product and I would be concerned about my health if I used it consistently for over a month.
- Endorsed by Pro Golfers
- Made in North America
- 3 1/2 Month money back guarantee
- No Doctor Testimonials Indicated
- Quite Expensive at over $533 for a year supply
- Yohimbe Content
- Didn’t Work Well For Me
So although many guys have experienced good results with this supplement, it doesn’t work for me and I wouldn’t recommend it. I think that its ingredients actually contradict its claims and it doesn’t provide a good result and can leave you feeling anxious. If you have a yohimbe sensitivity I would definitely recommend that you do not use this supplement.
I would recommend that you take a look at an alternate supplement that does not contain yohimbe like VigRX Plus or Male Extra instead, as they are safe, effective, and have no side effects.
Have you tried Vydox? What was your experience like? Leave a comment below.