Libidon is a product that is manufactured in India by the SAS Drug company. According to their official website, which includes background information about the company and all contact details, all SAS products are based on traditional Ayurvedic remedies and are all 100% natural. Unfortunately there is only limited information about the Libidon brand which is a supplement designed to help men suffering from sexual ‘depression’, impotence and low semen production.
The product cannot be purchased from the site, no customer testimonials are shown, nor are there any clinical test results, although judging from the professionalism of the manufacturer, it is very likely that Libidon has undergone scientific trials.
Libidon Product Details
Although many of the ingredients in Libidon will not be familiar to many North American consumers, the formula works in much the same way as many other sexual performance supporting products by combining aphrodisiacs and testosterone-supporting substances. Listed in the formula are Kaunch Reej, Gokhru, Ashwagandha, Shatavari, Swet Moosali and Shudh Kuchla. All the ingredients are explained briefly along with their individual amounts.
Libidon’s dosage instructions are for 2 capsules to be taken daily for 45 days followed by 1 daily for 60 days. It is not explained whether it should be continued after this time.
Good About Libidon
- Ingredients are listed for Libidon
- Company information is provided
- All ingredients are natural
- SAS Drug is an established company
Bad About Libidon
- Purchasing information is not available
- No money back guarantee is provided
- No clinical research studies are shown
- No customer testimonials are available
Libidon The Bottom Line
Libidon may be a good product for supporting a man’s sexual vitality but it would likely be of more interest to those familiar with Eastern alternative medicines. It is not clear where this product can be purchased so any prospective customer would need to contact the manufacturer directly. However, given the fact that many similar products are available in the U.S., there is no real incentive for anyone to do so.