Maxidus Review – Are These Male Enhancement Pills Safe?

By: Rob Miller
2 User Reviews
Fact Checked On: 4-23-2013


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Maxidus Overview

Maxidus is advertised by its manufacturer as being one of the best herbal male enhancement supplements, but there is plenty of controversy regarding its actual ingredients.

While the official list of ingredients does indeed list only herbal extracts for Maxidus, a research undertaken by Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), the Australian counterpart of FDA, shows that the product contains sulfohydroxyhomosildenafil, a derivative of sildenafil, the active ingredient in pharmacological products for treating erectile dysfunction.

Therefore, caution is highly advised when taking Maxidus, as it may not be safe for use, since sildenafil is not recommended for all users, because it can increase blood pressure, and affect the health of those suffering from heart conditions.

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Maxidus, according to the manufacturer, is based on traditional Asian herbs, used by the local medicine in treating erectile dysfunction symptoms and testosterone insufficiency.

The main ingredient quoted by the manufacturer is Eurycoma Longifolia, a well known testosterone booster, believed to play an important role in combating ED and its symptoms.

Maxidus also contains Epimedium, another traditionally used aphrodisiac, often included in male enhancement formulas based on herbal extracts.

The manufacturer lists other herbs as ingredients of Maxidus, but fails to mention that their product might affect consumers’ health, as it contains a derivative of sildenafil.

Since this compound is not a herbal extract, it is quite obvious that the manufacturer’s intention of keeping silent about this aspect can only be interpreted as dishonesty.

Certain side effects are mentioned on the official website of this supplement, such as flashes, heart palpitation, dizziness and sweating, which may be the effects of the sildenafil derivative included in the formula.

Maxidus Benefits

  • It contains traditionally used herbs
  • It may boost testosterone production
  • It may correct some erectile dysfunction symptoms

Maxidus Drawbacks

  • Research conducted by authorities revealed that it contains dangerous substances
  • A bit pricey
  • Exaggerate claims

Where to buy Maxidus

Maxiduscan be purchased directly from the manufacturer’s website, and many deals and bonuses are available.

Several obscure online retailers also have Maxidus available for sale.

You will not be able to find Maxidus in brick and mortar stores.

Recommendation

When searching for a reliable male enhancement remedy, you need to pay a lot of attention to the list of ingredients.

At first glance, Maxidus seems to be the regular male enhancement formula based on herbal extracts, and by no means the “number one” natural supplement for correcting erectile dysfunction in men. What causes more concern is that Maxidus contains a derivative of sildenafil, the same chemical compound used in pharmacological treatments for ED that is not recommended for many categories of consumers.

While, in theory, Maxidus may be able to boost testosterone production and correct the symptoms of erectile dysfunction, these effects may be caused by the presence of the sildenafil derivative, and not to the herbal extracts included.

All in all, the manufacturer does not seem to be very honest, so caution is advised in case you want to try this particular product.

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By Rocket 88,  Jun 12, 2015

I tried maxidus after wasting my money on a few others.o I was angry and frustrated at the lack of effectiveness of the ones I tried before finding out about maxidus! Once I ordered some and tried it on an empty stomach the first time as reccommended I was amazed at how well it worked for me I was bigger,harder and longer lasting than ever my girlfriend was pleasantly surprised that nite and I had the biggest smile in a very long time, it was great ,to put I it mildly, I will always have some on hand for any future encounters,sessions, the only side effect I experienced was a slight increase in edginess other than that it's all good!! Would and have recommended to others

 

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By dave smith,  Mar 8, 2015

the pill works just as good as vigrx plus but iv noticed you get heartburn and a feeling of indegestion which is worse than vigrx plus,the feeling can last a couple of days.

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Hello I want to ask you something. I'm interested to know if Maxidus of territorial Pills are approved in the European Union? If you can please answer me best wishes -Villand Zsolt


I checked their website, and it looks like they ship to the UK, so I take that to mean it's approved in the EU.- Rob

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