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It never ceases to amaze me how many supplements come out each and every day.
I would say, conservatively, that there’s a new supplement released to the market every 27 minutes.
That’s 53 new supplements every single day, 371 supplements per week, 1590 supplements per month, and 19,345 supplements per year.
I can only write about so many of them, and one recent one I came across was called Nitridex.
I first came across it when I saw this giant banner ad at the bottom of a porn site video, that looked like this:
I’ve actually already reviewed Alpha Force Testo, but something told me to click on it anyway.
When I did, I came across a page that I’ve seen countless times before.
Throughout this supposed “Fox News” ad, they claim that Nitridex is so effective, large Pharmaceutical companies are actually trying to ban it.
They also claim that Hugh Hefner uses it, quoting him as saying “Anybody can last 2 hours in bed with this pill”.
And of course, nothing would be complete without a customary before and after picture showing what Nitridex can really do:
So do these pills REALLY work?
What is Nitridex?
Just like 90% of male enhancement supplements, Nitridex is all about 1 thing.
And that’s SIZE.
They have mentions all over their website about how, by taking Nitridex every day, you’ll see gains in penis size.
And when I say “everywhere”, I literally mean you can’t scroll more than a few inches down the page without them making that claim.
At the top of the page:
Just under that:
Girls will practically be BEGGING you to date them.
So does Nitridex REALLY make you bigger, or are they completely full of s$%t?
They’re likely full of it, but let’s give them the benefit of the doubt until we learn more.
According to them, Nitridex works by using a uniqe and proprietary blend of ingredients that includes:
- Tongkat Ali
So how do these ingredients work?
They correctly point out that size and stamina is all about one thing: blood flow.
Without sufficient enough blood flow, you won’t be able to sustain an erection.
Without a sustained erection, there’s no sex.
The only ingredient in Nitridex that I’m aware of that increases blood flow would be L-Arginine.
L-Arginine is an amino acid that causes a ahajournals.org/content/93/1/85">process called vasodilation.
During vasodilation, more blood is pumped into the penis.
As a result, you get larger and firmer erections.
It looks like this:
There are literally 1,000’s of supplements that contain L-Arginine, and for good reason.
However, there are 2 caveats to this:
- You need to have the correct dose, and
- It typically needs to be taken with another compound to get it to work
That compound is called yohimbe, which Nitridex is notably absent of.
The combo of L-Arginine and yohimbe has been clinically studied and proven to work at helping with erectile dysfunction issues. (Source)
Notice I didn’t mention anything about size?
That’s because, despite Nitridex claiming otherwise, there is NO effect on permanent size.
It will help to give you the biggest erection possible, but it will not give you any sort of magical increase in size.
If you’re looking for credible reviews of Nitridex, you’ll be sorely disappointed.
Practically every site that has written a “review” of it is in one shape or another selling it.
Case in point, take a look at some of these sites which rank near the top of google for the term “nitridex reviews”.
If you go to the website “male enhancement direct” dot com, you’ll see a link to “rush my trial” right near the top.
The same goes towards the other sites listed near the top, like “Health offers review” dot info:
And “Wellness Supplement” dot com:
If you read some of their content, you’ll see that they’re not REALLY reviews.
In fact, most of the time the content doesn’t even make sense.
The simple fact of the matter is, the sole intention of these websites are to get you to buy the product.
If you visit their website, click on the “Rush my trial” button, and order the free trial of Nitridex, they get a commission.
Some may stop and say, “Wait a minute!Don’t you do that too!"
My answer to that is “Why yes, of course I do!"
However, unlike these shitty blogs that hire writers in the Philippines to write a $5 article, I ACTUALLY do REAL research and testing of these products.
What about that Fox News report on Nitridex?
We started off this review talking about how Nitridex was featured in a Fox News special, but the simple truth is, it’s a completely bogus article.
Nitridex is a scam, fellas.
Their sole intention is to get you to sign up for their free trial.
So what’s such a big deal about that?
The free trial may sound like a good deal, but it’s not until you read the fine print that you’ll see what they’re REALLY up to.
From their terms and conditions:
If you don’t call to cancel, they will charge you a whopping $90.25 for that ONE bottle of Nitridex that you thought was a sample.
I’ve been writing about these free trial scams for YEARS at this point, and it never ceases to amaze me how many people get sucked in to them.
If I had to recommend one thing and one thing only, it would be to STAY AWAY from Nitridex at all costs!
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