Ingredients of Paravex

According to the official website, the product is meant for people who would like to increase their penis size, maintain hard erections and increase your libido. The manufacturer of the supplement does not explain the principle of work of Paravex. Instead, they just promise that it will be helpful. Are they lying? Let's focus on the ingredients in Paravex and try to find out the truth. At first, it is necessary to say that there is a lot of conflicting information around the supplement, so it is difficult to say what is actually in this product, until you see the actual label.

The official website of Paravex lists a number of ingredients, however, if this info is true, then the formula of the product is quite weak. In fact, the official website lists only two active ingredients: Tongkat Ali (aka Eurycoma Longifolia) and Horny Goat Weed (aka Epimedium Sagittatum).

Tongkat Ali is believed to increase testosterone levels by inhibiting Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG). The latter attaches itself to the molecules of free testosterone and prevents them from proper functioning. Tongkat Ali is promised to decrease SHBG floating around the human body damaging it and leaving testosterone free from benefiting your system.

Horny Goat Weed isn't known for its ability to influence your testosterone levels, but it is said to boost your libido and improve your blood flow to enhance your physical performance and harden your erections. According to the manufacturer, its action is similar to that of Viagra. How does it work? It prevents a definite enzyme from restricting blood flow. It also helps to widen the flood gates, so to say. Both of these ingredients, Horny Goat Weed and Tongkat Ali, focus on the sexual activity of the user. But these are not the only ingredients in Paravex.

After doing my small research, I found no less than four complete ingredient lists on different websites. Each of them was somewhat different from the others. Here is the ingredient list of the product contained by one reputable website: L-Arginine, Ginger, Muira Puama, Saw Palmetto, Horny Goat Weed. Ginkgo Biloba, Bioperine. As you can see, it doesn't include Tongkat Ali mentioned on the official website of Paravex. Personally I trust the website it comes from, even though the manufacturer is not very reputable. One explanation can be changing of the formula. This occurs quite frequently with supplements of the kind.

Here is another ingredient list from a review taken on an unknown website: Tongkat Ali, Maca Root, L-Arginine, Ginseng Blend, Antioxidants, Fenugreek Extract. I am a bit surprised with so many ingredient lists on different websites. Let us have a look at possible side effects of Paravex.

Where To Buy Paravex?

Paravex is not sold in normal stores or on big online retailers like Amazon, GNC or Walmart. In order to buy this product you will have to sign up for their "Risk Free Trial" that seems to be deceptive. They say that you have to pay $5 for the shipping costs. You get a 30-day supply of the product. Since that moment you have 14 days to try the supplement. If you don't cancel the program within 14 days, you will be charged $94 for one bottle.


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