72HP Review – Is It Effective?

By: Rob Miller
1 User Reviews
Fact Checked On: 3-27-2020

72HP Overview

The name 72HP stands for “72 Hour Power”. The tagline stating that you’ll “Perform Like A Stallion” is pretty self exlanatory. This is an herbal alternative to prescription erectile dysfunction medications that you take shortly before an intimate encounter so you can perform at your best and with your best equipment.

72HP hints that it makes your penis bigger, but doesn’t go so far as to say it directly. In our view, this goes in the positives column. If a pill claims that it makes your penis bigger, you know right off the bat that its claims are not to be trusted. It’s even worse when it’s a pill that you don’t necessarily take regularly. So the fact that 72HP doesn’t go there is a good thing.

What 72HP does claim to do is give you longer, stronger, harder erections, more interest in sex, and the ability to go all night, several times if you want to.

That definitely pulls me in, but it also makes me wonder, how does 72HP work and what is it made out of?

72HP Review72HP Ingredients and How They Work

We were only able to locate a partial ingredients list, and here’s what it includes: Alpinia Galanga Fruit, Galangal Fruit, Tortoise Plastron, Broomrape, Walnut Core, Deer Antler, Deer Sinew, Deer Genital, Sea Horse.

Of these, the only one we’re at all familiar with is Deer Antler, which has been known to help increases testosterone levels which helps improve both desire and performance.

Both the formula and the marketing material for 72HP is very unusual. The ingredients are odd, and almost nothing that we’re familiar with. And the marketing appears to be (badly) translated from another language.

72HP Pros and Cons

Advantages of 72HP

  • There is no commitment. You only take 72HP when you’re expecting a sexual encounter.
  • It’s affordable, especially considering you’re not taking it every day.

Disadvantages of 72HP

  • The ingredients are unusual and no explanation is provided.
  • We found no information on the manufacturer.
  • There’s no money back guarantee.
  • We were unable to locate any 72HP reviews from customers who’ve used it.

Where to Buy

72HP is available online through a few different retailers. Amazon sells 25 single count packages for $12.48. Another seller has 10 single count packs for $15. So you’ll definitely want to shop around.


We haven’t found even one reason to recommend using 72HP. Not even the low price. Even at a low price, junk is junk. Even just a quick look at the ingredients and the marketing materials will reveal just how ineffective you can expect 72HP to be.

It really tarnishes the name of many good and actually effective male enhancement supplements and it’s too bad that so many similar shams of supplements have hit the market making it hard for average Joe’s to find products that are worth trying.

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User Questions and Answers

Se puede mezclar con alchol -Fernando

Se encontró que contienen ingredientes no revelados, por lo que es difícil decir qué tipo de interacciones que puede tener.- Rob

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Author: Rob Miller

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Rob Miller founded SupplementCritique.com over 7 years ago, and has been the chief editor ever since. He has a diploma in Advanced Dietary Supplements Advisor, and worked at GNC for 3 years. He KNOWS supplements, both inside and out. Rob currently resides in Jupiter, FL, with his wife of 4 years.  Learn more about him in his Bio here. Follow him on Twitter , Facebook, LinkedIn, or find him on Google +.

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