All it takes is a simple Google search of “sexual enhancers,” and BAM! You’re flooded with millions of results. 7.8 million results to be exact.
To make it even more complicated, they all claim to be the best. “Just pop a pill and get bigger, better, faster, stronger. . . and make her howl through the night!" The sheer amount of promises will make your head spin.
So where do we turn when we REALLY need something to work.
And how can we tell apart marketing hype from a quality sexual enhancement supplement that will actually deliver results?
If you’re looking for a totally unbiased, objective review of a handful of sexual enhancers that make BIG claims — well, you’re in the right place.
Because you don’t have to end up like this guy. . .
I’ve tried SO MANY male sexual enhancers over the years (my all-time favorite is Hardon Helper) so I like to think I know my junk, if you know what I mean.
I’ve got a solid handle on the different ingredients and formulas, and how they each deliver different results. . . or no result at all.
And. . .
You’ve got male enhancement supplements for EVERYTHING.
From erectile dysfunction and libido, to stamina and semen load volume.
Yep, even semen volume enhancers.
Then there’s premature ejaculation supplements and supplements for better orgasms. Shoot!
Where do you even begin?
Don’t worry. You’re in good hands.
Take a deep breath, and let’s dig into a supplement line called Adam’s Secret.
I’ve personally tried, or will try, each of the supplements in this review.
So you’re going to learn everything you need to know about the products and whether or not they’re right for you.
Before we jump in though, here’s a little background on the makers of Adam’s Secret. . .
1. About Adam’s Secret
I did a lot of sleuthing around the internet to see what I could find on the company.
Where they’re located, how long they’ve been in business, etc.
And I came up pretty dry.
I’m always a bit wary of supplement brands that don’t freely display this info on their website, so I looked even deeper.
Eventually I found out the company is located in New Jersey. . .
But here’s the thing, their official site at www.adamssecret.co doesn’t list this info.
I have to assume it’s the same company as above, just with a shiny new website.
With that said, I can’t be too sure about the company’s whereabouts, how long they’ve been in business, or really any info about them.
That’s an automatic red flag — or at least a yellow flag — but it’s not bad enough to be a deal-breaker in my opinion.
2. Adam’s Secret product line overview
Adam’s Secret 1500 is marketed as an all-natural libido performance enhancer for men and promises to deliver:
- Harder erections that last
- More intensified orgasms
- Increased stamina, strength, vitality, and sex drive
- Noticeable results in 2 hours that can last up to 4 days!
- All-natural ingredients made in the U.S. of A.
Adam’s Secret 3000 is marketed as a male-enhancement supplement that’s fast acting and promises to:
- Boost stamina and size of erections
- Make ’em “rock hard”
- Get results in 2 hours that can last up to 4 days
(Note – You won’t find either of these products above for sale on Adam’s Secret website).
There are a few other products in their lineup.These include. . .
- Adam’s Secret Red
- Adam’s Secret Platinum
- Adam’s Secret RockSteady
While the three mentioned above can be found on their official website, there’s very little info about them other than price.
I even looked for other reviews out there, checked Amazon, and still came up with nada.
So let’s jump into what we DO know about Adam’s Secret, like what’s in the stuff.
3. Adam’s Secret Ingredients
According to the company’s site, Adam’s Secret is “the new solution to enhance your sexual abilities and confidence." They go on to tout the product as a “stronger, cheaper, simpler solution” than the alternatives on the market.
Does it live up to the hype?
I’ll go into detail about my personal experience soon, but first let’s talk about what’s in it.
Their site lists a handful of ingredients, but they don’t say exactly which version of their product contains these ingredients.
I’m assuming at least most of the following ingredients are found in each of their formulas:
- Horny Goat Weed.Surprise, surprise.
I guess a dash of “horny” does a sex drive good.
This leafy plant supposedly increases nitric oxide levels which in turn promotes blood flow to your penis.
More blood flow results in bigger, harder erections.
And according to the publication New Scientist, “Horny Goat weed could be better than Viagra." Source
- Maca.Not a whole lot is known about this root plant, but according to Health Line, it’s highly nutritious, increases libido in both men and women, can improve your mood, and may boost energy and performance.
Another study showed that Maca does in fact improve sexual desire. Source
Otherwise known as Tribulus terrestris, this vine is a pretty powerful aphrodisiac.
And according to the Adam’s Secret ingredients page, “Tribulus is most often used for infertility, erectile dysfunction, and low libido." But does it work?
Well, just last month Psychology Today ran this article. . .
- Catuaba.This is another aphrodisiac that’s also reported to give you bigger erections that last longer. ’nuff said.
- L-Arginine.This amino acid is found naturally in our meat and dairy.
But an extra serving of this nitric-oxide enhancer means bigger boners for you.
The Adam’s Secret website also claims some “evidence that L-Arginine may benefit men with erectile dysfunction."
- Ginko.This medicinal plant is used in all sorts of natural remedies and treatments.
It’s said to thin the blood and fortify blood vessels for enhanced blood flow.
Needless to say, this ingredient might contribute to the triple bottom line: bigger, better, boners.
- Damiana.You guessed it, another aphrodisiac .
The folks at WebMD say that. . .
- Tongkat Ali.Adam’s Secret describes this native tree of Southeast Asia as an ingredient that “increases sexual desire, libido, sexual performance, and treats erectile dysfunction." Well, is it true?
Although I couldn’t find any definitive studies on these specific claims, the Global Healing Center highlights this ingredient’s potential to increase testosterone levels in men. Source
4. What is Adam’s Secret 1500?
For some strange reason, this product is not listed on the company’s website anywhere. Not sure why.
I did however find it on Amazon, where there was a bit of info and some reviews.
So. . .
What’s in it?
The “1500” is in reference to the 1500 mg in the formula.
It has all of the ingredients listed above, with a few others sprinkled in (Zinc, Sting Nettle, Saw Palmetto, etc.)
How do you take it?
The suggested use is to take one capsule with water 90 minutes before “go” time.
Well, that’s the instructions on the label anyway, but on the website it tells a different story. . .
5. Adam’s Secret 1500 Reviews
The product gets a decent 3.5 stars on Amazon.com.
For the most part, people seem to be getting positive results.
But there’s always a group who either a.) don’t notice any effects at all, or b.) experience some concerning side effects.
One 72-year-old guy said he got better results from Adam’s Secret than he did Viagra or Cialis, so much so that. . . well, you can read it for yourself.
And here’s a review from a woman on behalf of her husband.
Yup, if the wife goes out of her way to leave a review on a sexual enhancer, you’d be wise to hear her out. . .
Of course, as you might expect, there are some bad reviews as well.
Most of them complained of “no effect,” while a few complained of sickness and headache after taking Adam’s Secret.
And here’s another bad experience. . .
As of yet, there are no video reviews on YouTube talking about any of the Adam’s Secret products.
6. Adam’s Secret 3000
Just like the 1500 version, the 3000 formula is not listed on their site.
But you can score the stuff on Amazon, and Walmart, and. . . well I think that’s it.
What’s in it?
Think Adam’s Secret 1500, but double the punch with 3000 mg.
Here are the ingredients in the 3000 formula. . .
You can compare that with the ingredients in the 1500 formula below. . .
How do you take it?
Just like with the 1500, you take one capsule 90 minutes prior to your “workout,” if you know what I mean.
And if you don’t know what I mean, I mean you take it 90 minutes before sexual activity, with a full glass of water of course.
However, the Adam’s Secret website says to take it 45-60 minutes before sex.
So maybe split the difference and take it 65-70 minutes before you turn out the lights?
Or better yet, consult with a medical expert.
Also, the label says NOT to take more than one capsule every 60 hours. That’s a good 2 1/2 days. I’d heed to this advice.
The last thing this world needs is more Godzilla boners wreaking havoc on our cities. 😉
What do the reviews say?
Similar to the 1500 product, on Amazon the scale balances out at 3.7 stars, with two-thirds of the users loving it, and the rest hating it.
And almost nobody in the middle.
One guy said the supplement had him doing “multiples." To which I say, “multiples of what?” Ohhhhhhh. . . right.
Another fella says it works as advertised, but to take it 30 minutes before business time for optimal results. . .
Remember the one-third who thought less highly of the product?
Well, they had this to say. . .
And this. . .
7. Adam’s Secret Red, Platinum, and RockSteady
Alright, I couldn’t find any info about these other formulas. Do they even exist? Have you heard of them or used them?
OK, in all fairness I did find RockSteady on the Adam’s Secret website and on Amazon, BUT there was zero info about the product other than the price ( $89.95 for 30 capsules if you’re wondering), and no reviews.
Don’t worry, I’ll keep you posted on these three Adam’s Secret formulas as I learn more about them and try them for myself.
8. Adam’s Secret FAQ’s
How long does it take to start working?
Well, it shouldn’t take any longer than 90 minutes to kick in.If you’re one of the lucky two-thirds, once it does kick in you better hold on.
You might have a boner for up to 3-4 days!
Could you imagine all the glasses you’ll knock off of countertops?!
OK, that’s not exactly how it works. Let’s bust that myth right now.
The Adam’s Secret website answers that question succinctly:
Can I take Adam’s Secret with alcohol?
You probably shouldn’t.
In fact, the makers of the product say that it’s “not recommended as alcohol diminishes the effectiveness. . .
However, if you know you will be drinking alcohol, it is recommended that you take Adam’s Secret several hours before drinking."
If you’re really concerned about drinking and enhancing, check out this review I wrote all about male enhancement pills that work immediately AND you can take with alcohol.
Will it make my penis bigger?
Ah, the million dollar question. Brace yourself for bad news my friend.
While increased blood flow might contribute to girth and even make your erections stronger, the makers of the product say don’t count on it.
Hey, don’t shoot the messenger.
But for what it’s worth, they do say it will “help you reach your potential." Whatever that means.
Can I take it if I’m under 18?
Shouldn’t you be in school? Kidding.
The makers of the product have this to say about it. . .
Are there any side effects?
We read in the reviews that some men experienced mild to severe headaches.
Others felt sick and nauseous after taking the supplement.
But these were the minority, as it seemed that most men who took Adam’s Secret didn’t experience any side effects.
Of course, on their website, the makers claim that because they use all-natural ingredients, there are no side effects.
A potentially good side effect, however, is a boost in the ol’ testosterone.
Now, if you break down the formula, you’ll see that the supplement does contain ingredients that can (and do) cause side effects.
Such as. . .
L-ARGININE (Source WebMD)
GINKO (Source Medicalnewstoday.com)
MACA (Source Healthline.com)
Ummm. . . vaginal dryness?
This is a very serious matter.
TRIBULUS (Source WebMD.com)
Finally, at the very bottom of the FAQ page on the Adam’s Secret website you’ll find a section on warnings.
Some of these are serious, so pay attention here. . .
9. Where to buy Adam’s Secret?
You can buy the 1500 formula on both Amazon.com ($35.99 2-pack) and Walmart.com for a bit cheaper ($29.99 2-pack).
But you can only find the 3000 product on Amazon ($79.99 for 10 capsules).
Remember, neither of these two formulas are sold on the Adam’s Secret website.
You can buy RockSteady on both the Adam’s Secret site ($89.95) as well as on Amazon ($89.95 ).
As for Adam’s Secret Red and Platinum, I’ve only found them sold on their website for $40 and $45 respectively.
Currently, the makers of the product do not ship internationally.Also, they do not have a money-back guarantee, which is kind of a bummer.
And you can only exchange/return products that have not been opened.
As I try more of these products I will update this post and let you know my final verdict.
As of now, the formula seems pretty solid, and the reviews don’t reveal anything alarming.
Like I mentioned though, I am a little bit wary that I can’t find any information about the company, so I’ll be looking further into that as well.
Otherwise, the price is right and most of the men who’ve tried Adam’s Secret have experienced positive results.
So I look forward to digging in and giving it a shot!
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