Orexis Reviews

Last Updated: October 12, 2017

Orexis

Orexis

NASCAR drivers, adult film stars, and football players have expressed their loyalty to Orexis, which is another male enhancement pill that is widely heralded for enlargement and sexual wellness benefits. It’s massive marketing campaign highlights the words Pervalidus Obduro, meaning “very strong hardness” – the main product benefits being immediate and “permanent” penile hardness and libido for men worldwide.

Orexis contains some of the most popular herbal ingredients in male enhancement. These include:

  • Tribulus terrestris – helps increase muscle mass and enhance strength by boosting your testosterone levels
  • Epimedium sagitatum – traditional Chinese herb used for fighting erectile dysfunction
  • Muira puama – aphrodisiac native to the Amazon rainforest and used for libido enhancement
  • Panax ginseng – helps enhance sexual performance through boosting energy, improving libido, and enhancing erection potential
  • Yohimbe – comes from an evergreen tree native to Western Africa and can help erection quality. Yohimbe, however, has earned a bad rap and even merited an FDA ban due to its severe potential side effects.

Orexis has  a good focus on key touchpoints of male enhancement, namely erectile size and strength, orgasm control, and enhanced libido or sex drive. It also gains much from a wide marketing base and reach. On the other hand, the legitimacy of the formula appears a bit questionable with the nonexistent “Dr. Haltiwanger” persona used in its campaigns. In addition, yohimbe is a red flag with its widely documented ill effects, which can be life-threatening in some cases.

While exhibiting great promise, Orexis draws much controversy as well with its doctor persona, use of yohimbe, and the lack of crucial information for smart buying decisions, including its full composition, dosage recommendations, and clinical data. Its reputation also needs to be further worked on through customer reviews and feedback, which are virtually nonexistent at the moment.

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