Apexatropin is the latest supplement that’s claimed to be “your simple solution to a larger penis”.
According to the maker behind Apexatropin, it contains a special synergistic blend of penis enhancing compounds. As well, Apexatropin is said to be the only pill that enhances the growth of penis chambers.
In other words, just take these little pills. Sit back, relax and voila! Your south department is larger.
Unfortunately, there’s no way Apexatropin (or any other pills) can do this. Your gene determines the penis length. Your penis stops growing by the end of puberty. There’s zero proof that Apexatropin might help you to build a larger penis. It’s listed as dietary supplement. Under the FDA regulation, the maker of Apexatropin does not have to prove that their product work.
In fact, if you scroll down to the official website of Apexatropin, you will see these statements:
“The statements made on our websites have not been evaluated by the FDA (U.S. Food & Drug Administration).”
“The testimonials on this website are individual cases and do not guarantee that you will get the same results.”
Now.. if these facts do not convince you, read on as we study the ingredients of Apexatropin and review the evidence.
For the sake of simplicity, we will focus on sexual health benefit and aphrodisiac effects.
Ingredient #1: Tongkat Ali
Also known as Eurycoma Longifolia or Malaysia Ginseng, Tongkat Ali has been used extensively as aphrodisiac in traditional medicine.
In one study , Tongkat Ali has been shown to improve erectile function, sexual libido, sperm motility and semen volume.
Obviously, more research (particularly on human subjects) are needed for the aphrodisiac claim.
The standard dosage of Tongkat Ali is 200-300mg of a 100:1 extract . It’s unclear how much of this herb Apexatropin contains.
Ingredient #2: Maca
Maca is a herb native to Peru. It’s another herbal aphrodisiac with plenty of anecdotal information.
Another study shows that Maca supplementation can help to improve anti-depressant induced sexual dysfunction. 
In a paper titled “Maca (L. meyenii) for improving sexual function: a systematic review” , the researchers conducted an independent study on all randomized clinical trials of Maca. The review concluded that:
“The total number of trials, the total sample size, and the average methodological quality of the primary studies were too limited to draw firm conclusions. More rigorous studies are warranted.”
Ingredient #3: L-arginine
L-arginine is made naturally in the body. As a supplement, it’s touted to promote blood flow and boost nitric oxide (NO) activity in the body, which is crucial for relaxation of penile smooth muscle .
However, related studies show contradicting results.
A study  shows that L-arginine supplementation may promote blood flow in persons with intermittent claudication.
In another study , L-arginine supplementation prior to resistance training exercise failed to note significant differences in blood flow and pressure.
The bottom line is, the results have been inconclusive.
On a positive note, the combination of Pycnogenol (not included in Apexatropin) and L-arginine can improve sexual functions in men with erectile dysfunction .
Note that you may already have enough arginine in your body. The supplement may not benefit you much.
Ingredient #4: Ginseng Blend
Ginseng is a popular herbal medicine for a variety of health conditions: cancer, heart disease, fatigue, erectile dysfunction, hepatitis B, high blood pressure etc. The two main types of Ginseng are American Ginseng and Korean Ginseng (Panax Ginseng). It’s unclear which Ginseng is included in Apexatropin formula because the manufacturer does not mention it on the product label and description.
The Problems with Apexatropin
#1. The specific amounts of each individual ingredients are not revealed. It’s hard to determined if Apexatropin contains effective dosage.
#2. The security seals on the order page are non-clickable.
Apexatropin certainly won’t make your penis bigger.
As the ingredient profile is unclear, it’s hard to determine the effectiveness of the formula. There also isn’t any research to back up the advertising claims.
As it stands, I’d recommend giving Apexatropin a pass. If you are still keen, however, be sure to speak to your doctor first.
Apexatropin: Where to buy
You can order the product directly from the official website: https://www.tryapexatropin.com with $49.00/bottle. On eBay, it’s priced at about $81/bottle.