Finally, the blue pills for women have arrived. Lady Prelox, a new herbal supplement is touted as a clinically proven libido enhancer. According to the official website, “its patented formula is the result of years of scientific research to synergistically promote sexual comfort and pleasure”. What’s more, this product has been “tested on more than 200 women.”
Hmmm… typical advertising claims for libido supplements.
Before you assume that this product is guaranteed to work, it’s important to exercise healthy dose of skepticism. Just because Lady Prelox is on the news, doesn’t mean it works as as advertised. In fact, I suspect that these new stories are paid advertising!
That said, let’s take a closer look of Lady Prelox. Here’s the list of ingredients:
#1. Pycnogenol: it’s trade name for an extract of the French maritime pine tree. It’s commonly used to treat circulation problems, allergies, asthma, high blood pressure, painful menstrual period, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, inflammation and erectile dysfunction. It’s also used to slow aging process and improve athletic performance.
Pycnogel is generally safe for most people. However, it may alter blood sugar levels. Caution is advised in patients with diabetes or those taking drugs or supplements that affect blood sugar. Besides, patients with autoimmune disease should avoid taking Pycnogenol. (source 1, source 2)
#2. Rosvita: unfortunately, I can’t find any information about “Rosita”. The official website of Lady Prelox states that it’s “patented rose hip extract that originates from the blossoms/fruit of the wild rose plant.” Rose hip is natural source of vitamin C. It’s touted as natural remedy for number of health problems, including arthritis, back pain, diabetes, obesity, cold, diarrhea. More evidence is necessary to validate effectiveness of rose hip.
Rose hip is likely safe for most people, though caution is advised in patients taking certain medications (such as blood-thinning drugs and anti-inflammatory agents. (source)
#3. L-arginine: it’s an amino acid which is also precursor of nitric oxide, which increases blood flow to arteries and genital areas. Although L-arginine may be safe when taken in the short term ( up to three months, according to clinical trials), few people may experience minor side effects, including abdominal pain, bloating, and diarrhea. Besides, it may interact with certain medications that lower blood pressure and certain heart medications.
#4. L-Citrulline: is a naturally occurring amino acid found in food. It may help to improve blood flow and reduce blood pressure.
Lady Prelox is a new product. The long term effectiveness, side effects and safety is not known.
The “clinical study” of Lady Prelox appears to be an in-house study. You can’t find this study in peer-reviewed journal. In other words, this product has not been tested by third party.
How much? £37.95 for a pack of 60 pills (one month supply).
Bottom line: the initial analysis shows that Lady Prelox appears to be an “OK” product. The formula does contain few useful ingredients, though it’s not exactly earth-shattering. The price is not cheap either, and we fail to see how it justifies the cost.
We will continue to evaluate Lady Prelox and update this review accordingly, so watch this space!
Your turn: have you used Lady Prelox or other libido-boosting supplements? Let us know your thoughts below!
Alternative: we highly recommend this, a doctor-endorsed libido-enhancing supplement. The value of this product all-natural ingredients in sizzling up sexual desire, relieving menopausal symptoms, and making it easier to achieve orgasm is becoming widely recognized by the medical community. However, it’s not cheap- for a good reason. You get what you paid for! Besides, there’s two months money back guarantee: it’s guaranteed you’ll have greater pleasure and satisfaction as well as long-term overall greater eagerness, or you get 100% your money back.