Ready to Xyte In The Bedroom?
It’s an inevitable part of ageing that our testosterone levels reduce, which means our libido can fall by the wayside. Often the urge is there, but it can become increasingly difficult to reach and sustain an erection – and that’s before we even get to putting in a good performance in the bedroom.
But help is at hand – and boy, there’s a lot of it! There’s a catalogue of low testosterone supplements out there to help the body build and maintain high testosterone levels naturally. And as we know, testosterone is everything when it comes to sexual desire and performance.
Let’s take a look at Xyte-XL as an example. This supplement doesn’t make an ideal first impression, with no manufacturer’s website to speak of, but do things improve when we take a closer look?
What’s in Xyte-XL’s Formula?
While there’s no detail about exact quantities, we do know the ingredients in Xyte’s formula. It contains the following:
Korean ginseng extract, L-arginine, L-carnitine, L-glutamine, saw palmetto berry, cayenne extract, white willow Extract, cayenne extract and maca root.
Directions for Use
Take one capsule 1-2 hours before sexual activity. To maintain optimal performance, take one capsule every 36 to 72 hours.
There is not a huge amount of reviews out there, and while the ones that we can find do hold some positive sentiment, there’s a lot of more negative stuff that’s caught our attention, too.
Some users claim this booster has seen their sex drive skyrocket, with increased stamina and erection quality frequently mentioned. These people say that the product is fast working and represents great value for money.
In the middle of the scale, some people claim a slight improvement in energy levels, but nothing worth writing home about.
It gets worse, however. At the bottom of the scale, repeated reviews claim that the product has no effect at all and is a complete waste of money. There’s a slightly more sinister element here too – many people mention negative side effects that have put them off taking this supplement. These include headaches, dizziness, nose bleeds and blurred vision, which are mentioned by a number of users.
Where to buy Xyte-XL
It looks like Xyte-XL can only be bought at Amazon.com, where it costs $29.00 (£20.00) for 20 capsules.
Cash Back Guarantees/Return Policy
The Amazon.com website claims that the product comes with a money-back guarantee, but no further information is supplied, so we guess you need to actually buy the product to find out the terms and conditions.
There is virtually nothing in the mix that has proven testosterone boosting properties..Ginseng, and the the 3 ( L- ) amino acids could possible help improve vascularity which might help boost erection quality to a point…. Maca and Saw Palmetto have been thoroughly tested in various clinical trials and although the former might possible help boost libido to some point, both have failed to provide even a boost to testosterone in any test subjects…..
The only thing that Saw Palmetto offers is a slight ability to control levels of DHT which could help reduce the loss of hair in men suffering with male pattern baldness ( often a genetic trait in families)
Could help bring a slight increase to libido, but thats about as far as it goes… We suggest that you look for a product that is proven to actively promote the production of testosterone, and provides relief from all the symptoms of this natural but unpleasant condition.