Sizegenix is the latest penis enlargement product with claim that sound too good to be true, i.e. “74.7% increase in testosterone in 12 days!”, though nobody knows where the number come from. Touted the notorious king size Ron Jeremy, it’s easy to assume that it does exactly what it says. However here I always ask readers to take marketing claims with a grain of salt. I took a look of this product and found a couple of problems:
#1. Ridiculous claim: On the official website of Sizegenix, it says consumption of the product can result in longer penis. On the FAQ section, the maker advises customers to take Sizgeniex “until you are 8” or 9” because any longer penis would be too large for most women to handle”. When I come across this line.. I was like: WTF? It makes me angry to see snake oil sales men preying on men insecurities. If Sizegenix works as promised, why hasn’t the whole galaxy know about it? Instead, you see it advertised on some doggy-looking porn sites, because pills like these won’t do anything do your Johnson besides empty your bank account.
Surely, the team of scientists over at Sizegenix have worked hard to present us a product with patented manufacturing process and technology. The thing is, “patents” does not mean “effectiveness”. According to Wikipedia, “a patent gives an inventor the right to stop other people making or using their invention”. In fact, you’d be hard pressed to find independent clinical studies to verify the claims made by maker of Sizegenix.
#2. Sizegenix is said to be formulated by Dr. Mark Saginor and Dr. Wichai Cherdshewasart. A quick search on Google tells me they also formulated other unproven products including Rexavar, Prostarexx and Longinexx.
What’s inside Sizegenix?
These are the main ingredients of Sizegenix:
Butea Superba: this is the featured ingredient of Sizegenix and it has been used as herbal aphrodisiac. However, no placebo-controlled clinical studies exist so far to support aphrodisiac activity. Effective dose is not yet established as well. (source 1 ,2)
Tongkat Ali: has been known to support male libido and sexual performance. According to examine.com, the standard The standard dosage of Tongkat Ali is 200-300mg of a 100:1 extract. As the maker of Sizegenix does not reveal the exact amount of ingredients, I am not sure if the products contains effective dosage of Tongkat Ali. Perhaps someone can shed the light?
L-Carnitine: it’s an amino acid that is naturally produced by the body. It may helps to improve sperm quality, produce energy, and lose body fat. It’s also important for heart, brain, kidney, immune system and muscle movement.
Tribulus Terrestris: Over the years people have taken Tribulus Terrestris to enhance sport performance and to boost testosterone level. However, controlled studies show that it failed to increase testosterone level.
As you can see, the ingredients certainly aren’t ground-breaking. They are commonly available in many over-the-counter male enhancement products. Again I want to stress that Sizegenix has not been tested in any third-party clinical studies. As the product is new (the domain name is registered in Oct 2015), it’s hard to tell if it would actually do wonders for your sex life.
So why is it rated #1 everywhere? The “award winning” product is recommended by adult celebrities like Ron Jeremy, Tommy Lee and Jenna Johnson. Well guess what, these people are paid to say good things about the product. In the past, Ron Jeremy and Tommy Lee has peddled various other boner pills (including Rexavar, Prostarexx and Longinexx). Besides, Ron Jeremy is well-endowed because he’s born with good gene. He didn’t get huge because of some fly-by-night boner pills!
So what’s the bottom line?
Sizegenix is a fad product with indeterminable effectiveness. Finally, don’t be that guy who feels insecure about size. Own it. Learn to be confident. Learn what she likes, and what really turns her on.