In this day and age, baseline testosterone levels throughout average men are declining rapidly. This scary trend is thought to be brought on by an excess of estrogen and estrogen mimicking compounds in our every day environment. From some types of plastics, to the paper that receipts are printed on, to the lining on the inside of food cans, BPA, an estrogen mimicking compound is everywhere.
This overabundance in estrogen is causing a problem in both sexes, but especially in males. As estrogen levels increase and testosterone levels drop, men are losing their libido, are unable to sustain an erection, and are developing feminine characteristics. Something must be done about this problem, as it is likely to only become worse as time progresses.
Men who are looking for a way to be manlier often come across a number of all natural products that are claimed to increase testosterone levels. Since there is a significant demand for products like this, many companies have capitalized on the hype. However, determining whether or not they work should precede purchasing them.
This is why we are going to take a look at Cianix, a popular male enhancement product and determine if it has any value whatsoever. After we peel back the marketing hype and actually look at the science behind the ingredients contained in this formula, it should be easy to determine its worth.
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What Is Cianix?
Cianix is a product that is claimed to increase strength levels when consumed alongside a regular workout routine. It is touted to burn fat, increased endurance, and improve muscle recovery. In short, Cianix is designed to allow men to achieve the ideal male form.
The company claims that by using this product, men should be able to develop the body they are looking for quickly by having more energy and desire to workout, while recovering from strenuous workouts faster.
The company also claims that Cianix increases libido and sexual stamina, required to satisfy women.
Throughout the entire advertising of Cianix, the focus is on improving muscle mass and burning fat, however, the box that Cianix comes in makes statements like “increase size, boost performance, and amplify pleasure.” To me, it seems like they are focusing more on the sexual aspect of male enhancement, rather than muscle growth.
Cianix or Endovex?
Since originally writing this review I decided to do a bit more research on the Cianix because of it’s apparent popularity. One thing I noticed is that whenever I tried to find their official site, I keep getting redirected to a completely different product called Endovex.
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My suspicion is that Cianix and Endovex are virtually (if not EXACTLY) the same product.
You can see on their labels that they make the same claims, i.e.
Increase size, boost performance, and amplify pleasure.
So Do We Actually Know What Is In Cianix?
Not really, the official website doesn’t have their ingredients listed anywhere.
However, there is a nice looking graphic on one website that is not associated with the company claiming that this product contains Boron, Wild Yam Extract, Sarsaparrilla, Epimedium, Nettle Extract, Tonkat Ali, Saw Palmetto, and Orchic Substance.
However, when clicking on the “Buy Now” button on this website, I am redirected to Zyntix, another similar product, but clearly not the same, at least according to the label.
As stated before, whether or not this product actually contains Boron, Wild Yam Extract, Sarsaparilla, Epimedium, Nettle Extract, Tonkat Ali, Saw Palmetto, and Orchic Substance isn’t entirely certain. Since the dosage is one capsule a day and some of the ingredients that are claimed to be in this product require grams worth in order to be effective, they are clearly using popular male enhancement ingredients for the name recognition alone.
We will take a look at the ingredients that are supposedly in this product so people who are looking to experiment with any one of them have an understanding of their potential for treating ED.
Boron has been shown to increase testosterone levels when supplemented in doses greater than 10 mg. However, more studies need to be performed on this affect before a decisive conclusion can be drawn. Either way, almost anyone could benefit from an increase in boron, as the typical Western diet is low in this crucial mineral.
Wild Yam Extract
Wild Yam Extract is a common ingredient in male enhancement formulas, as some of the molecular components in the yam are similar to DHEA. The idea is that an increase of DHEA in the body can lead to an increase in testosterone.
Sarsaparilla is often used to treat skin disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, and kidney disease.
There are certain components of Sarsaparilla that many believe can be converted into testosterone.
However, Sarsaparilla hasn’t been shown to increase testosterone levels in clinical studies.
Epimedium (Horny Goat Weed)
Epimedium, also known as Horny Goat Weed is one of the most prominent ingredients in male enhancement formulas.
There is research that suggests that Horny Goat Weed increases testosterone levels, but human studies are nonexistent.
Realize however that for this product to be effective, it must be consumed in relatively high quantities, far more than can be packed into one capsule a day. It is safe to say that the amount of Horny Goat Weed extract in Cianix is not sufficient to greatly improve testosterone levels.
Consuming Nettle has been shown to reduce inflammation.
However, many believe that Nettle contributes to an increase in testosterone production, although, this hasn’t been shown to be effective in clinical studies.
In other words, including Nettle Extract in a male enhancement formula isn’t likely to treat ED.
Tonkat Ali is something that the greater majority of male enhancement supplements are including in their formula.
Tonkat Ali has been shown to improve erection quality, while reducing estrogen levels.
While many claim that Tonkat Ali increases testosterone production, there is still a lack of evidence to suggest that this is true.
Saw Palmetto hasn’t been shown to increase testosterone levels in clinical studies so its use in a formula designed to treat ED doesn’t really make sense.
Orchic Substance is often included in many supplements that are designed to treat erectile dysfunction.
This extract is made from cattle testicles, making it less appetizing than some of the other ingredients in this formula.
Many claim that Orchic Substance increases testosterone, however, evidence is slim to none.
Side Effects Of Cianix
Wild Yam extract has been associated with fibrosis of the liver and kidneys. Using Wild Yam extract in this formula should give people even more reason to stay away from it, as excessive supplementation with this agent is not recommended.
Sarsaparilla should be avoided by people who have kidney disease, as it could cause complications. The isn’t enough research on this plant in order to determine its safety profile.
Saw Palmetto has been shown to cause liver damage and pancreatitis in two different case studies. It is probably best to stay away from this supplement, especially considering that it doesn’t even increase testosterone levels.
Dosage And Instructions
According to the company, Cianix is to be taken once daily, thus increasing muscle mass when taken in conjunction with working out.
How Much Does Cianix Cost?
Cianix costs $88.97 for a 30 day supply. Of course, the company offers the classic 14 day trial period where users can simply pay shipping and handling, but are then charged after this grace period. People who take part in the trial program are required to cancel before that time or otherwise they will be charged full price.
In addition, users will be placed in an auto shipment program where they will be charged the same $88.97 + $5.94 for shipping and handling every single month, while receiving a new bottle of Cianix. In order to cancel before the 14 day trial period is up or cancel auto ship, call 1-888-258-2864 or email the company directly at email@example.com.
User Reviews Of Cianix
Unfortunately, any real reviews on this product are difficult to find. However, I can be fairly certain that they aren’t overly optimistic. Most of the reviews probably highlight the fact that this product didn’t work as advertised and that the free trial wasn’t really free in the end. Not only are the results from using this product likely slim to none, but dealing with canceling credit card charges isn’t really something anyone wants to spend time on.
The number of male enhancement supplements that don’t even list what ingredients their product contains on the official company website are mind-boggling. People who consume these supplements literally have no idea what they are putting in their body. In addition, a few of the ingredients contained in this male enhancement supplement are noted to cause side effects, while the company insists that they are completely safe.
All of these male enhancement supplements do have one thing in common though, they use marketing tactics that are designed to get people to sign up for a “free trial” and hope that they don’t cancel their order during that time so they can be charged a hefty sum. After these companies have customers on auto ship, they just pray that they don’t call the company anytime soon so these $90 + charges can add up.
With all that said, stay away from these male enhancement supplements that have nothing positive to offer.
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I am being kind by giving this product 1star. Been taking daily for 2 weeks with no pro or con effects. Will probably throw the remaining pills in the garbage and shame on me for getting scammed
26 out of 26 people found this review helpful.
Big Big Scam
This is a BIG BIG Scam! They offer you a 30 day supply, say you only pay shipping and handling. well the real deal is they give you 14 days from the date of order to cancel, it takes 8-10 days for delivery, only giving you several days to sample. After the 14 days, they charge $89.95 for the pills you received and will charge you that monthly. I tried cancelling on day 15, only after five days of using the product, after arguing with the customer service for 30 plus minutes, I gave up, ate the $90 , but cancelled any further shipments. I have had absolutely no results apparent so far using this product. They use deceptive sales practices and their product is placebo. DONT BE FOOLED. Try Steel Labido Red or other products
23 out of 24 people found this review helpful.
Sara shsw's Review
Don't ever order this!! It's a rip off! They charged me $12.95 for shipping!! NON-REFUNDABLE!! That is so BULLSHIT!!
12 out of 12 people found this review helpful.
Poor product, bad company
With Cianix, 100 percent satisfaction does not mean, 100% return. They charged me $170 on an order they stated would cost me shipping only. I should only have been charged four dollars. The company is not honest.
8 out of 8 people found this review helpful.
Jeffrey mccullar's Review
I've tried the Cianix , and as a result. I had a hard on so big and throbbing that my wife asked me what I had taken. I showed her the box that the pills came in, I want to thank you for giving out the phone number so I can cancel. I have five boxes of the product, and that should be enough to last me for the rest of my life because I'm 65 year's old! Thanks.
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
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User Questions and Answers
I never asked for your emails. I,m getting at least 10 a day. I want this stopped immediately. If they continue, I am prepared to take legal action. Please stop now. JDS -Joe
SupplementCritique.com is a review website. We have no affiliation with Cianix. You'll need to contact them directly to discuss your email issue.- Rob
4 out of 5 people found this question helpful.
Is using Cianix bad for you? I have not found it to be good in anyway as of yet? Not working as claimed for sure! -Bill
It does contain a few ingredients that could possibly cause side effects, but I don't suspect it's actually dangerous to take. On the other hand, I'm not surprised it's not working for you. Let me know what effects you're looking for, and I'll recommend something much better.- Rob
3 out of 3 people found this question helpful.
what are the exact ingredients in milligrams of Cianix? -RJ
They don't disclose that information online. You'll need to contact the company directly to get your question answered. My guess is they won't tell you, and they'll tell you it's because the formula is proprietary.- Rob
2 out of 2 people found this question helpful.
Do they really work like it say they do -Ananias junior
I haven't tried it, but my educated guess is that it's not worth the expensive price.- Rob
2 out of 2 people found this question helpful.
How many pills are you supposed to take a day -Scott
They don't say, but the package comes with 30 pills, so the recommended dose is probably 1 per day.- Rob