Code Red 7 Overview
Code Red 7 is a product that is made to help enhance the male sexual performance. It is the type of product that only needs to be taken when required, prior to sexual activity, rather than a daily supplement. It is sold on a number of retail sites online but there is no official website for the brand unfortunately. However, most of the retailers do feature a good amount of information about the brand and the formula and, even though the manufacturer doesn’t offer a money back guarantee, most retail sites have their own refund policies.
Code Red 7 is for sale at a cost of $44.95, which is a pack of 10 capsules. This is average for this type of product and obviously how long one pack lasts depends on how frequently it is used.
The list of ingredients used in the Code Red 7 formula is all listed on many websites. It combines natural, herbal ingredients such as Dong Quai, Horny Goat Weed, Eurycoma, Caltrops, Deer Antler and Maca, all of which are designed to increase the circulation which improves blood flow to the penis. This has the ultimate effect of supporting a strong and powerful erection and the capsule should be taken approximately 45 minutes before sexual activity in order to give the formula time to take effect.
While the formula does include Caltrops which is good for supporting levels of male hormones, it doesn’t contain Prosexual Nutrients which are usually used in these types of products for relaxing the blood vessels in order to further increase blood flow.
Good About Code Red 7
- All ingredients are listed.
- Code Red 7 does not require daily dosage.
- Independent customer testimonials are shown.
- Code Red 7 is all natural.
- The formula contains Caltrops.
Bad About Code Red 7
- Not all ingredients are explained in detail.
- There is no official website.
- No scientific proof is shown.
- The formula does not contain Prosexual Nutrients.
The Bottom Line
This product is very similar to many other sexual performance enhancers on the market and there is nothing that makes it superior in any particular way. In fact, because it doesn’t use Prosexual Nutrients in the formula it may not be as effective as those that do, although it does have more aphrodisiacal substances than many. Ultimately though, the lack of information about the manufacturer or clinical study evidence means that Code Red 7 cannot be recommended.