Lexaryn Review

Lexaryn reviews done by our staff have found that Lexaryn contains the potentially dangerous ingredient Yohimbe. This is an ingredient that has been shown to have serious side effects and should not be used in any natural male enhancement supplement. It is recommended that if you see Yohimbe listed in Lexaryn or any other male enhancement supplement that you not use that product. When looking at the manufacturers’ website, it does not give any information on how well Lexaryn will work. It does give the price per bottle and allows customers to purchase the male enhancement supplement, but does not show any FAQ’s or other information about Lexaryn. Because of the use of Yohimbe, Lexaryn side effects may be more likely than if you are using a male enhancement supplement that does not contain Yohimbe, which is a potentially dangerous ingredient.

Using Lexaryn may help some customers improve their sex drive, increase stamina, libido, and firmness of erections, and help to have more powerful orgasms. However, users of Lexaryn are taking a risk of using a male enhancement product that contains the potentially dangerous ingredient, Yohimbe. Some Lexaryn complaints by customers stated that after using Lexaryn for over a month they saw little to no results, and there was no difference in their sexual performance from before they used Lexaryn. With Lexaryn retailing for $60 and no Lexaryn coupons found, our staff feels that Lexaryn may not be our number one choice for a male enhancement supplement, and there are others that may work better.

Positives

Negatives

  • Works in less than thirty minutes
  • Can be purchased online and in retail stores
  • Contains Yohimbe, potentially dangerous
  • NO information from the manufacturer
  • Expensive, retails for $60

Size

2 tablets

Ingredients

L-Arginie (as L-Arginie HCI), Maca Root, Ashwagandha Root, Horny Goat Weed Extract (Epimedium Grandiflorum) (Whole Plant) (10% Flavonioids as Icarliin), Tribulus terrestris Extract (20% Saponins) (Stem and Fruit), Dimethylglycine, Yohimbe Bark Extract (0.5% yohimbine), L-Tyrosine, Choline (as Choline Bitartrate), Bioperine Complex (Bioperine Black Pepper Extract, Ginger Root, Long Pepper Fruit), NADH (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide), Dicalcium Phosphate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Croscarmellose Sodium, Stearic Acid, Magnesium Stearate, Silica, Pharmaceutical Glaze

Instructions

Take two tablets daily and also 2-3 tablets 20 to 30 minutes before sexual activity.

Conclusion

Our research staff has concluded that Lexaryn may not be the best choice for a male enhancement supplement, due to the fact that it contains the potentially dangerous ingredient Yohimbe. Lexaryn may also be too expensive for some customers, retailing for $60. Our review staff has compared Lexaryn to other male enhancement products on the market and has found no Lexaryn scam reports, but has also found that there are others that may be more cost-effective and do not contain Yohimbe. If you would like to see how Lexaryn compares to other male enhancement supplements on the market, then click here for reviews on products such as Vigrx and Extenze.