Just came across another one of those ads promising to be a HUGE move in the male enhancement industry.
The product is called Res-Q Prime RX, and it totally looks like a scam.
I guess I will not fully go out on a limb here, but let me just say that in my experience it usually winds up being the case that if something looks like a scam, it usually is in most cases.
Red flags are red flags and when they are raised, you are typically justified in feeling so and trusting your gut is the best possible practice.
I don’t have the time to post a full review today, mainly because it’s the 4th of July.
But I do plan on looking into it a bit more tomorrow and Friday, so I should have a full review up by then.
In the meantime, some initial thoughts.
What is Res-Q Prime RX?
According to their site, it’s everything a man could want. They claim that by taking their pills, you’ll experience:
- Boosted testosterone levels
- Prostate support
- Increased libido and energy
- Improved focus and endurance
How does it do all of this?
The ingredients list in Res-Q Prime RX is pretty extensive, and includes the following:
- Ashwagandha Root extract
- Tribulus Terrestris
- Saw Palmetto berry
- Gingko Biloba
- Epimedium extract
- Vitamin D
They claim Res-Q Prime RX is free from side effects, but we all know that can be hard to prove.
Where to buy
You can find Res-Q Prime RX on their website, www.myresqproducts.com.
It retails for around $64, and includes an auto-ship feature in case you wnat to keep buying it.
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