VirMax T Reviews
According to former NFL star and VirMax-endorser John Salley, “healthy is the new sexy.”
And, one of the “sexiest” VirMax products is VirMax T, a testosterone booster said to not only increase testosterone but also to increase energy, relieve joint pain, and enhance sex drive.
I was excited to learn more about VirMax T to see if it could really walk the talk.
VirMax T Ingredients
The natural ingredients in VirMax T are said to be the secret to increasing testosterone.
Tribulus Extract. Despite its popularity in testosterone supplements, tribulus is not proven to raise testosterone in human studies.  It may, however, treat erectile dysfunction and increase sexual desire. After all, it improves sexual behavior in rats. 
Fenugreek Extract. Fenugreek is often used to treat erectile dysfunction as well. Though it does impact body strength and composition,  it doesn’t seem to affect hormones, including testosterone.  Additionally, it causes diarrhea, stomach upset, bloating, and allergic reactions in some users. 
Korean Red Ginseng. Korean red ginseng treats erectile dysfunction and even boosts immunity and fights infection. Though it is generally recognized as safe, it may cause high blood pressure, insomnia, anxiety, headache, low blood sugar, and other side effects. 
Epimedium Extract. The active component of horny goat weed, epimedium improves erectile function, boosts libido, elevates energy, and increases circulating testosterone in aged rats.   However, epimedium also causes upset stomach, dry mouth, irregular heartbeat, or low blood pressure. 
Eurycoma Longifolia Jack. In one study, eurycoma longifolia increased sexual performance in rats.  In another, it increased free fat mass, reduced body fat, and increased muscle strength and size in seven healthy men on a strength training program.  Eurycoma longifolia may raise testosterone, but there isn’t enough information to assess its safety.
VirMax T Customer Results
VirMax T isn’t widely reviewed, presumably because it’s new. But, considering VirMax T is available at many retailers, it’s curious why it isn’t more widely used.
There are two reviews on Amazon.com:
• “I highly recommend virmax T . . . a great product it works very very well for me.” (spot)
VirMax T Pricing
VirMax T is sold for $17.00 on Amazon.com and $24.99 at CVS.com, Drugstore.com, and Walgreens.com.
VirMax T: Is It For Me?
VirMax T has a few ingredients proven to enhance sexual function, raise testosterone, and increase energy. However, these few ingredients do not make up for other ingredients which lack scientific proof that they can raise testosterone.
VirMax T has a reasonable price for what it offers, but it doesn’t promise anything that makes it stand above other testosterone supplements. Look elsewhere for a more effective testosterone supplement.
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