MoodMax Review – Can a Hair Loss Product Be an Aphrodisiac?


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MoodMax Overview

MoodMax is a product created by the Lin Institute, claiming to be able to solve all kinds of sexual problems for men and women, and also combat hair loss and improve eye sight.

With so many health claims on its toe, MoodMax seems nothing short of a miracle treatment, but the organization behind it, although pompously named the Lin Institute does not seem to have any other specialists behind but doctor Lin, a health care professional that no one seems to know a lot about.

Actually, more reliable information on the product can be obtained from third party websites selling MoodMax than from the official website run by this obscure institute.

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MoodMax has two blends mixed in one product.

One blend is rich in vitamins, such as vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin B12 and vitamin B6, and minerals like calcium, zinc, folic acid, and magnesium.

An amino-acid, L-Arginine, is added to this mix, and it is actually the only one in this blend that directly addresses sexual problems.

Because it can raise the levels of nitric oxide in the body, MoodMax may indeed be able to make the genital area in both men and women more sensitive during intercourse.

The other blend combines powerful aphrodisiacs, like Yohimbe and Epimedium, with proven effects in treating male sexual dysfunction, with other ingredients, like Black Cohosh and St. John’s Wort, used for treating depression and anxiety, along with Ginseng, a good energy supporter and stimulant.

The formula seems to be well packed and it is advertised as being able to address sexual problems in both men and women. MoodMax is also claimed to be able to combat hair loss and improve your vision.

MoodMax Benefits

  • It seems to address a wide array of health concerns
  • It caters to both sexes
  • It has a long list of ingredients, including powerful aphrodisiacs and stimulants
  • It is a natural formula

MoodMax Drawbacks

  • It does not have the support of a reputable manufacturer
  • It does not have its own official website
  • It does not have extensive information on how the blends work
  • It does not enjoy clinical support

Where to Buy MoodMax

MoodMaxcan be purchased from the official website of Lin Institute, but the website looks so unprofessional that many may prefer to buy it from other sources.

You can buy MoodMax from Amazon.com, and from other online retailers.

Recommendation

MoodMax seems to cater to so many health problems, that a normal question would be if it can handle any of it well, or just all average and under average.

More information on MoodMax can be obtained from third party websites, rather than its manufacturer, which is not a good sign.

While it contains all the needed ingredients for treating male sexual problems, it is not easy to see how women should benefit from MoodMax, besides the energetic effects of the stimulants, minerals and vitamins presented in the formula.

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