SinRex is a male enhancement supplement that lays claim to being an effective 2-in-1 formula. It is positioned as safe and chemical-free compared to the pharmaceutical products it aims to be an alternative to. It celebrates its herbal extract components, which are traditionally hailed for their ability to improve libido, sexual stamina, and vigor. SinRex is also touted for promoting testosterone boost and increased nutritional compounds that affect sexual potency and overall health.
Here are the ingredients of this product: Bioperine, copper chelate, creatine, cuscuta seed, ginkgo biloba, green tea extract, Epimedium sagittarium, hawthorn berries, inosine, L-arginine, maca, omega-3, saw palmetto, Siberian ginseng, soy protein, Tribulus terrestris, and vitamin E. According to the manufacturer, SinRex is a fast-acting tab, mainly working to cause larger, harder erections and better control over one’s ejaculations.
We like that SinRex combines potent herbal ingredients – with many familiar names and uses since ancient times – as well as vitamins and minerals for synergistic male enhancement action. It also poses as a drug-free alternative to Viagra, Cialis, and other pharmaceutical solutions for erectile dysfunction.
However, the product lacks clinical testing to prove its beneficial action, and this downside is echoed by a relative abundance of negative reviews on the Web. In addition, SinRex failed to make the grade in our product trial, which spanned for four to six weeks. Indicators point to very little improvement in erection markers as well as ejaculatory control – the main promoted benefits.
Why did this happen when Sinrex has some tried-and-tested ingredients for sexual enhancement? Perhaps one thing to consider is the potency of ingredient doses, as well as their safety and quality. Furthermore, there has to be grounding in the form of clinical studies that potential SinRex users can refer to every time and compare their own results if they happen to buy the product. For now, we’re convinced that the brand does not meet the standards set by MensHealthAdvisor.org, and there needs to be a serious examination of the gaps and deficiencies.