Magna Rx is marketed as a dietary male enhancement supplement, which means that it is formulated to increase penis size and enhance sexual performance.
It is heavily advertised and sold in several websites including its own official website as well as in Amazon, eBay, and affiliate sites. It is also available as an over-the-counter supplement (i.e., no doctor prescription required).
How It Works
Like all male enhancement pills, Magna Rx is formulated to promote better blood circulation to the penis, increase semen production, and prolong erection periods, among other sexual health benefits. Said benefits are achieved by the careful choice and combination of ingredients in each pill.
Or at least, that’s what the manufacturers and marketers of Magna Rx want the public in general and their target consumers in particular to believe.
List Of Ingredients
According to the website, these are a few of the major ingredients in Magna Rx. These ingredients are also used in other male enhancement pills, even the number 1 brand, but it appears that the formulation is not as maximized as it should be but that’s jumping the gun here.
An oil made from prune trees. It is traditionally used in the treatment of sexual dysfunction and increase bladder function.
Also known as horny goat weed. It may aid in raising levels of testosterone.
A Peruvian plant. It is used in improving the libido.
Other ingredients are Asian ginseng and L-arginine, the latter of which is used by doctors in the treatment of erectile dysfunction.
Unfortunately, Magna Rx has very few advantages going for it, so to speak, including:
- Very cheap price at only $10 a bottle in many sites. This is a consumer red flag because any product that sells far cheaper than its competitors will likely be an inferior one. Buyer beware, indeed.
- Quick shipping from Amazon. This is to be expected since Amazon prides itself on being a reliable retailer of everything from A to Z.
- Contains a healthy dose of L-arginine but the non-effectiveness of the combination of its other ingredients offsets its efficacy.
If you are looking for a cheap product to start your journey in penis enlargement, then perhaps Magna Rx is the product for you. Just be sure to set realistic expectations as its cons outweigh its pros, not to mention that you will likely be disappointed with the results – or the lack thereof.
Let’s take a look at the cons, of which there are plenty.
- The very cheap price is your first warning sign for the inferior quality of the product.
One customer even said that he only ordered one bottle but he received two bottles in the mail for the same price of $10. Perhaps the retailer was trying to get rid of his inventory because it was not selling as well as it should in the market.
- The pills have a horse manure smell when the bottle is opened.
It may be the catuaba or the muira puama, both of which are ingredients of the Magna Rx, but the stink should be the second clue that all is not well with the product. Who wants to pop pills that smell like horse manure for days on end? Nobody!
- The pill can have a slight burning sensation when it touches the tongue, yet another sign of things not going as well as expected.
The sensation should be resolved within an hour or two but it should not be there in the first place.
- The dietary supplement contains wheat, which means that people with allergies to wheat and its related products should not take Magna Rx.
Most important, the pills have no effects on sexual performance, much less on penile enlargement. Think of it as a waste of money, if you will.
Plus, a customer also said that, per his research, Dr. Aguilar – the brains behind the product and its primary endorser – is not actually a licensed physician in the United States but in Mexico.
A 2-star rating is warranted for Magna Rx although many will say that it deserves just a 1.5-star rating.