One of my visitors asked me if I’ve ever heard of a supplement called RX Max Force.
I can already tell from the minute I ran a google search that this product is going to be a complete flake.
Not only is there hardly any information on it, but the information that is available is next to worthless.
Unfortunately, if I don’t post even the slightest blurb about it now, my RX Max Force review will be banished to the depths of google hell.
Buried by 1000’s of websites with the sole purpose of trying to get you to buy the product.
They’ll also be claiming s#$t like “it’s side effects free”, even though that’s a load of crap.
Every supplement I’ve ever tested, even the ones I personally recommend, are not free of side effects.
They’ll be telling you how great these pills are, without:
- Ever having used it
- What’s on the label
- Ever having even seen what the bottle looks like
- Knowing who sells it
- Where it’s shipped from
- Knowing if it really does work
They’ll be posting some article that was written either by a computer generated machine, or a writer in the Philippines who barely speaks a lick of English.
It happens constantly, and in the end, guys who are looking for a legit supplement review are left scouring through pages and pages of search results trying to find something legit.
Don’t buy it (for now).
I’ll have a full review posted within a day or two, I just wanted to get this out there before the tsunami of crap review sites roll through with their “reviews” of RX Max Force.
Updated Review– What is RX Max Force?
So I was feeling a little frisky last night when I posted everything above, mainly because I’ve been very frustrated with the lack of legit supplements hitting the market.
Anyway, I had a chance to dive into what RX Max Force is, and this is what I found out.
When you google the product, there’s virtually nothing showing up.
By nothing I mean there’s basically a bunch of random forums that are showing urls that appear to have a “review” of the pills.
What happens when you go in to these forums?
I just clicked on the first one (mtgsalvation dot com) and this is what showed up:
Like I said, nothing credible.
The only page that had any semblance of information on it was the one I took a screenshot above of.
They provide a bunch of useless information that it’s not even worth repeating.
The only good thing that came out of that site was that they linked to the official website for the supplement (rxmaxforce dot com).
So what the heck is it?
At first glance, I wasn’t actually sure if this was characterized as a male enhancement supplement or a testosterone booster.
I mean, it says “male enhancement complex” right on the label.
But when you start reading their website copy, they specifically mention the following:
RX Max force is a dietary health supplement which may help support testosterone levels in the male body.
Ok, so it’s a testosterone booster then.
So what’s in this testosterone booster that makes it so effective?
What’s In RX Max Force?
The ingredients label lists the following:
- Epimedium extract
- Eurycoma Longifolia
- Saw Palmetto
- Bovine Orchic Substance
- Wild Yam Extract
- Sarsaparilla Root Extract
- Nettle Root Extract
- Boron Amino Acid Chelate
Here’s a snapshot of the label:
What we do know is that it contains a 1,489 mg blend of all of these ingredients.
What we do not know is, like with so many other supplements, what the exact amounts of each ingredients are.
This is not good for 2 reasons:
- It may be significantly under-dosed.
- It may cause side effects that you weren’t expecting.
Take Saw Palmetto extract for example.
The effective dose for helping with BPH is around 320 mg, taken over the course of 4-6 weeks. (Source)
But how much saw palmetto is in RX MaxForce?
We just don’t know.
Another interesting thing to note is that none of these ingredients are really suitable as testosterone boosters.
I mean, Horny Goat Weed had literally one rat study that showed a positive effect on testosterone levels. (Here’s that study)
It involved injecting rats with a rather large dose of 10 mg per kg of body weight.
To put that in human terms, a 170 lb guy would have to consume 810 mg of Horny Goat to get the same dosage.
How To Buy RX Max Force
You can only find this supplement on their official site, and there’s only two ways to buy it.
- A one-time purchase, which is $89.63
- A trial purchase, which is $4.69
If you decide to go with the trial, you need to be crystal clear about what’s going to happen.
That $4.69 price may sound very appealing, but they’re going to end up billing you the full price for the product just 14 days later.
It’s all right here in the terms and conditions, which many unfortunately don’t read very carefully.
If you want to cancel your trial and not get billed, you need to call them before the 14 days are up.
Here’s their customer service phone number: 844-388-6965
Who knows, maybe this supplement will actually be worth it.
My instincts tell me that, like so many others, it’s going to be a dud.
Until we start getting feedback from real users of RX Max Force, we’ll be left to ponder if it actually works as well as they say it does.
Until then, hold on to your credit cards, because the supplement free trial vacuum is about to be turned up to high.
For those that have already been caught up in their free trial and want to cancel, click here.
It will tell you exactly what you need to do to get out of the free trial, and may even help you get your money back if you go about it the right way.
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