Rhino 7 3000 Platinum is one of the hottest selling male enhancement product on eBay. This product looks amazingly similar to Rhino 5 Plus, which was recalled by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) last year. FDA found Rhino 5 Plus to contain undeclared drug ingredients.
Now, I don’t know if Rhino 7 is legitimate. This product is very new, the long term effectiveness and safety are not known. Certainly, this product is long on promise. According to the advertising claim, Rhino 7 can help you to last longer in bed, improve ejaculatory control, maximize sexual confidence etc. It all sounds great until you consider the following red flags:
#1. The identity of Rhino 7’s maker remain to be a mystery. You would be hard pressed to find the information about the company. That’s right- no online presence, no contact details, no information whatsoever. If the company is truly credible you will at least find their profile online, but there’s none. Very fishy!
#2. Rhino 7 contains 15 ingredients packaged in proprietary blend. In other words, the exact amount of ingredients are not revealed. And, one serving is 3000 mg, I highly doubt if Rhino 7 contains effective dose to benefit users.
#3. Few users report following side effects: nausea, headache, and blur vision.
#4. There’s no clinical evidence to back up the advertising claims.
Note: if you suffer from diabetes or heart problem, consult your doctors before you approach any supplement.
Bottom line: One capsule of Rhino 7 3000 Platinum is priced at $8.75. It’s utterly expensive! And when you consider that you can get one month supply of a proven product at $77 (just $2.56 per serving)from reputable online retailer, there’s really no reason to invest in a questionable product like Rhino 7.
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