If you’ve been following this site for any length of time, you know that I’ve tested a lot of these so-called “male enhancement pills”.
Some have given me headaches and a great boner…
And some have just straight up worked GREAT.
When I first saw Fire Ant pills listed on Amazon, 3 things came to mind:
- How come I’ve never heard of it before?
- Why does this name sound familiar?
- They’re telling me it’s going to increase size, that’s a BIG no-no (we’ll get to that later)
What Are Fire Ant Pills?
According to the manufacturer, Fire Ant is a male enhancement supplement designed to:
- Increase stamina
- Increase sexual enhancement
- Give you stronger erections
- Increase size
I’ve heard these claims COUNTLESS times in the past, more than I can count.
90% of the time, there ends up being no increased stamina.
95% of the time, there are no stronger erections.
And 100% of of the time, there are NO size gains.
Despite all of this, I decided to give it a REAL inside look to see if they could support what they’re saying.
What’s In Fire Ant Pills?
It took a bit of digging, but eventually I found a listing on eBay that had a snapshot of the Fire Ant pills label:
The most common ingredients I’m seeing include:
- Tribulus Terrestris
- Panax Ginseng
- Maca Root
- and Bioperine
These 4 ingredients in Fire Ant pills are probably some of the most common, if not THE most common, I’ve seen in the various male enhancement pills and testosterone boosting supplements I’ve tested.
Most of these other ingredients (with the exception of Choline) I’ve actually never even heard of…
Snow Lotus Flower???
I’ve been testing these supplements out for close to 7 years at this point, and I’d never seen or heard of any of these.
What is Tian Shan?
According to Google, Tian Shan is actually a system of mountain ranges located in central Asia, just a short 22 hour flight away.
I quickly concluded that there must be an herb that was discovered in this region of the world, so I further refined my search to “tian shan herb“, which came up with a few results.
The Amazon listing is telling me that Tian Shan is a tea used for:
- Limb numbness caused by cold climate, and
- abdomen pain and chillness.
However, I’m not seeing ANYTHING about how great an herb it is for erectile dysfunction issues.
What about Snow Lotus flower?
A google search for “Snow lotus flower” indicated at first glance that it’s actually a Korean TV drama.
Refining the search further, we see that Snow Lotus flower is listed on the website herbpathy.com as:
- A plant (I figured)
- A perennial (a plant that lives for more than 2 years)
- It grows in a tropical climate
- It can grow up to 6 feet long.
- It’s used for dysentery and ulcers.
Again, no mention of it’s use in helping with erectile dysfunction.
What about L-Histidine?
The L in the L-Histidine essentially means it’s an amino acid, but again, I’ve never heard of it.
According to Wikipedia, L-Histidine is a precursor to histamine that was first isolated in 1896.
According to some other sources I went through, L-Histidine is used for:
- Nervous system support
- Antioxidant support
- Digestive support
- Joint support
Again, no mention of it’s uses in erectile dysfunction.
What Are The Fire At Pills Reviews Saying?
Since it’s sold exclusively on Amazon, we have a couple of reviews that we can go by to gauge it’s effectiveness.
And it isn’t looking pretty…
For example, the average star rating is 3.3 out of 5 stars.
That may “sound” good, but when you start reading the negative reviews it makes one wonder whether or not it would be worth even testing it.
Like these 4 reviews:
Of course, on the other hand you have a few reviewers that rave about the product.
The biggest problem I’m having is, noone seems to elaborate on their experiences.
There’s no info on common questions like:
How long did it last?
How long did it take to start working?
Can I take it with alcohol?
These are all VERY good questions that, unfortunately, go unanswered.
Will It Help Me Get Bigger?
A lot of guys will no doubt ask me this in the comments section below.
As I mentioned earlier, I’ve tested about 100+ male enhancement pills over the years, with about 85% of them saying that they will make you bigger.
Well, this is simply NOT the case.
Sure, you might see an increase in blood flow, which will lead to the biggest possible erection that you can achieve.
And this might be true with Fire Ant pills as well.
However, it will NOT make you grow any longer, wider, or bigger than you already are.
ESPECIALLY not permanently (no pill will do that).
Where To Buy Fire Ant Pills
As discussed earlier, Fire Ant pills only appear to be sold on Amazon and eBay.
A box of 6 pills will run you about $21, plus the cost of shipping.
If you look at the label, you’ll see a little American flag in the upper left hand corner.
This would indicate that it’s made in the USA, right?
Well, I think that’s pretty unlikely.
But I can tell you from experience that this is likely NOT the case.
Just about 90% of the male enhancement pills that I’ve tested will SAY that they’re made in the USA.
But, this is NOT true.
Generally speaking, the pills are likely manufactured offshore in countries like China and India, and imported here.
I’ve yet to test out Fire Ant pills, so it’s hard for me to give you a clear cut answer here.
From what I’m seeing, it doesn’t appear that they are pumping any illegal ingredients (like Sildenafil) into their product.
This is VERY common for supplements in this industry, and it can be nearly impossible to keep up with all of them.
For the price, it might be worth it.
$3.50 a pill is relatively cheap when compared to some of the other fast acting ED pills we’ve tested.
Then again, if it DOESN’T work for you that’s still $21 down the drain.
I plan on testing Fire Ant Pills out relatively soon and will plan on updating this review accordingly.
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