Apexatropin Review

By: Rob Miller
Fact Checked On: 11-20-2018

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This is what Apexatropin claims it can do for you.

What’s the first thing you think of when you see an ad like that?

If you’re like most guys, it’s probably something along the lines of “Wow, I wish I had a penis that big”, followed shortly thereafter with “Wait, you’re telling me I can have a penis that big as well?”

When you click on the ad, you’re actually not even taken to a video, but rather to a website for a product called Apexatropin.

The site is riddled with claims that it will grow your penis, including here:

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and here:

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But can it (or really ANY supplement) do this?

Let’s take a look and see what this supplement is all about before we start to draw any conclusions.

What Is Apexatropin?

Apexatropin is a product that claims to have been created to increase the size and improve the function of the penis. In order to do this, certain ingredients that are contained in the formula are claimed to maximize blood flow volume to the two chambers of the penis, while stretching out the cell walls to make them larger than normal.

The makers of Apexatropin claim that this formula increases the efficiency of blood flow and rapidly allows users to experience an erection.

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Apexatropin has been touted as a cure for erectile dysfunction and a lack of libido. In addition, the company claims that the ingredients that are used in this formula are safe and don’t cause undesirable side effects.

Men who are having a problem getting and maintaining an erection often turn to products like Viagra, but should realize that pharmaceutical drugs almost always have a long list of side effects. Men who are looking for an all natural alternative often look to products like Apexatropin in order to treat their ED.

However, do these products really work?

Here we will take a closer look at the ingredients contained in Apexatropin and determine how effective it really is.

Apexatropin Overview

How Does Apexatropin Work?

Apexatropin is claimed to increase the size of the penis by increasing blood flow. By increasing the amount of blood the chambers of the corpus cavernosum can hold, erection quality improves. Accordingly, the company that makes Apexatropin claims that their formula maximizes the size of the penis and results in a “huge erection.”

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In addition, the makers of Apexatropin claim that this supplement improves sexual stamina, increases testosterone levels throughout the body, reduces body fat, allows men to avoid premature ejaculation, cures erectile dysfunction, increases blood circulation throughout the entire body, and heals ALL health and sex problems, while not causing any negative side effects.

With such claims, the ingredients contained within Apexatropin must be nothing short of revolutionary!

Ingredients In Apexatropin

The most notable ingredients in Apexatropin are Tonkat Ali, Maca, L-Arginine, and a Ginseng Blend.

In the proprietary blend, Apexatropin contains Sarsaparilla Powder, Pumpkin Seed Powder, Muira Puama Powder, Oat Straw, Nettle, Cayanne Pepper, Astragalus (4:1), Catuaba Bark Powder, Licorice, Tribulus Terrestris, Orchic, Oyster Extract, and Boron.

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Are These Ingredients Scientifically Effective?

Tonkat Ali – 400 mg

Tongkat Ali has been shown to be effective in improving erection quality, at least in a concentrated extract. In addition, Tongkat Ali has been shown to be a reliable aphrodisiac, can delay ejaculation, and has the ability to improve sperm production.

This is clearly one of the main reasons it’s been included in Apexatropin.

Some even claim that Tongkat Ali has the ability to increase free testosterone levels, however, there are no peer-reviewed human studies to prove this.

In most cases, the minimum dose is 200 mg of a 100:1 extract. However, many recommend the 200:1 extract for increased effectiveness. Due to the overall demand of Tongkat Ali and limited worldwide supplies, the cost of this supplement is quite high. When purchasing concentrated extracts of 100:1, expect to spend quite a bit of money. Since Apexatropin has 400 mg of Tongkat Ali, but doesn’t appear to be an extract, it is unlikely to offer much of an effect in improving erection quality, as the dose is just too low.

L-Arginine – 250 mg

L-Arginine is an amino acid that regulates blood flow by increasing nitric oxide levels. Overall, the validity of whether or not oral consumption of L-arginine really works is questionable. The typical dose used in studies is between 3 g and 6 g.

Since L-arginine supplementation hasn’t been shown to be unanimously effective in improving blood flow, it is hard to determine whether including this into the Apexatropin formula makes it more effective. Since Apexatropin only includes 250 mg of L-arginine when the standard dose is about 3 g, it may not have any effect whatsoever.

Maca (0.6% extract) – 250 mg

Maca has been consumed by the people of Peru for centuries and is a known aphrodisiac. Maca has also been shown to increase sperm production, however, it does not increase testosterone or estrogen levels. In addition, Maca has been shown to improve overall health. Typically, Maca has been shown to be effective at 1,500 mg to 3,000 mg or more. When consumed as food, typical consumption is between 10 g to 40 g.

The biggest effect that Maca is noted for is its libido improving qualities. In one study, subjects consumed either 1.5 g a day or 3.0 g of Maca a day and experienced a significant improvement in libido.

With only 250 mg of Maca in the Apexatropin ingredients list, whether or not it has an effect on libido is up for debate.

Ginseng Blend – 125 mg

There are a wide range of plants that are classified as ginseng. Since “ginseng blend” doesn’t really tell us much about which actual plants are used, it is hard to rate the effectiveness of this ingredient. There are a few types of ginseng, like Panax ginseng that have been shown to improve erection quality so using this in the formula may be effective. However, if that was the case, Apexatropin would clearly state that they are using Panax ginseng in their formula.

If Panax Ginseng was included in this formula, the effective dose has been shown to be about 400 mg, while Apexatropin only contains 125 mg.

Proprietary Blend – 745 mg

Since the proprietary blend doesn’t list each ingredient by weight, it is hard to judge these ingredients on their effectiveness.

However, a few of these ingredients have been shown to improve erection quality.

Sarsaparilla Powder

Sarsaparilla has been shown to bind to endotoxins and make them easier to remove them from the bloodstream. Sarsaparilla has the ability to reduce inflammation overall when used in a dose from 0.3 g to 2 g a day.

Unfortunately we don’t really know how much Saraparilla is in Apexatropin.

Pumpkin Seed Powder

Pumpkin seed powder contains a wide range of vitamins and minerals that are required for optimal bodily function overall. Pumpkin seeds contain one of the highest concentrations of zinc, a mineral crucially important in testosterone production.

Muira Puama Powder

Muira Puama is also known as “potency wood” and has been used as an aphrodisiac in Brazil for centuries. The recommended dose is at least 1 g of a 4:1 concentrated extract. In one study, 51% of males reported an improvement in their erection after using this product for only two weeks.

Since the total proprietary blend of Apexatropin is only 745 mg, it clearly doesn’t contain anywhere near the typical dose of Muira Puama.

Nettle

Nettle is anti-inflammatory in nature when taken in 120 mg dosages three times a day. While many believe Nettle increases testosterone levels, one study shows that there were no differences in testosterone levels after six months of consumption.

Astragalus (4:1)

Astragalus is being used to treat a wide variety of conditions, however, there is insufficient evidence regarding its effectiveness.

Catuaba Bark Powder

Catuaba Bark is another aphrodisiac that is classified as a stimulant. Typically, this plant is consumed in a tea in order to boost libido. This tea increases sensitivity to dopamine and has the potential to make sex more enjoyable.

Licorice

Licorice has been shown to reduce inflammation, but has also been shown to reduce testosterone levels when consumed in large quantities. Fortunately, the amount of licorice in Apexatropin shouldn’t produce any negative side effects.

Tribulus Terrestris

Tribulus Terrestris has been shown to increase libido and many believe that it also increases testosterone levels, however, no studies have shown this to be true. Typically, about 5 g of root powder are consumed in order to be effective, far more than the amount in the Apexatropin formula. When consumed at a dose of about 6 g a day, erection quality improved in infertile men.

Orchic

Orchic is produced directly from cattle testicles and is believed to improve testicular function in human males. However, there is insufficient evidence to demonstrate that it actually works.

Oyster Extract

Oyster extract contains some of the highest quantities of naturally occurring zinc, a crucial mineral required for adequate testosterone production.

Boron

Boron has been shown to increase free testosterone levels. Boron is a mineral that is typically deficient in the modern diet, yet is crucially important in a wide range of bodily functions.

Apexatropin Marketing Tactics

Apexatropin marketing is all based around making average males feel inadequate so they go ahead and purchase their product. When a company has to resort to such advertising tactics, the products themselves often don’t live up to the hype. Based on such marketing, the only people that are going to buy Apexatropin are those who are susceptible to emotional ploys. Since average males have been procreating for centuries, we must be doing something right.

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If you’re looking for Apexatropin reviews, unfortunately you’ll most likely be disappointed.

Because it’s not sold on sites like Amazon or eBay, finding a credible third party testimonial was nearly impossible.

What’s even more interesting is if you look on the official website, you won’t even find reviews there. This is VERY unusual for a company selling a supplement such as this.

To top it off, if you search for Apexatropin reviews on Youtube, you’ll get garbage like this:

This is typical for youtube, because generally speaking they don’t care what’s posted on their site, as long as it’s not “harmful to others”.

Dosage And Instructions

The standard dosage is two pills a day with water.

Apexatropin should be stored in a cool, dry place and away from children. Check with your doctor before taking any supplement, including this one.

Potential Apexatropin Side Effects

The company claims that Apexatropin doesn’t have any side effects because it is all natural. Based on the micro amounts of active ingredients contained in this product, users likely won’t experience any side effects.

However, anyone who is allergic to the ingredients contained in it, like shellfish, should not consume this product.

Where To Buy

Apexatropin can only be purchased online and is not available in stores like GNC, Vitamin Shoppe, Walmart, Walgreens, or CVS.

Apexatropin sells for $49.85 per bottle, but comes at a discount when purchasing a three month or five month supply.A five month supply costs $149.95.

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Apexatropin offers a 90-day money back guarantee that requires users to contact their customer service phone number for a return merchandise authorization number (RMA) at 1-888–506–5625 or support@apexatropin.com and ship the unused portion back to the company.

What About Apexatropin Gel?

I’ve seen that there are a lot of people search for a gel that they sell, but unfortunately couldn’t find any info on it. My guess is that they are trying to upsell the gel at checkout, but there’s really no way to be sure.

The advantage to using a gel like Apexatropin is that it can be used to perform jelqing routines, which I’ve personally done to help maximize size gains.

Recommendation

Based on the main ingredients in the Apexatropin formula, it appears Xhealth Lab is simply including popular male enhancement ingredients, for name recognition alone. Since the concentration of the ingredients in the formula are incredibly minuscule, the chances of them being effective is equally minuscule.

Apexatropin appears to be a watered down version of male enhancement supplements that actually do work. For people who really want to see an improvement in their erection quality, consider purchasing a high-quality supplement that contains at least 400 mg of 100:1 Tongkat Ali extract, 400 mg of Panax ginseng, L-Citrulline, as it is converted into L-Arginine in the body, and Maca in at least a 3 g dose.

Since nothing in Apexatropin is downright dangerous, and some of the ingredients in this formula have a little bit of science backing their effectiveness, I have given this product a 1.5 star rating. However, there are better products out there for male enhancement and should be considered before taking Apexatropin.

All in all, it doesn’t appear like Pfizer, the makers of Viagra are going to be overly worried about this supplement taking a chunk out of their profit margins.

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Por cuanto tiempo debe tomarse el suplemento -Gabino


Puedes tomarlo todo el tiempo que quieras. Cuando usted para, usted perderá los efectos.- Rob

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Is this pill safe to take, and how many days do I have to take these pills for results? After the results, do I have to stop taking pills? -Azmat


Apexatropin is generally safe, with a very low chance of side effects. You should notice some improvement in your erections in about 3 weeks or so, but as a supplement, you'll have to continue using it in order to maintain the effects.- Rob

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My ref number 2144291when you Delivery please let me know -Wajid


SupplementCritique.com is a review website. You'll need to contact your retailer directly.- Rob

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Hello i ordered this product by mistacke i want to cancel this what i should do because the support team is sending me an standard email with a phone number which is not working -Razvan


The contact information I have for them is 1-888-506-5625 and support@apexatropin.com.- Rob

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Cuanto es el tiempo o la cantidad de apexatropin que se debe tomar? (How should apexatropin be taken?) -Gabino


La dosis estándar es de dos pastillas al día con agua (The standard dosage is two pills a day with water.)- Rob

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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 +.