Erexa was a sexual enhancement supplement designed to help men achieve greater performance in bed. While Erexa claimed to work better than any other natural male enhancement product, it ended up being recalled by the manufacturer in 2009.
Erexa Product Details
Erexa purported to cause a greater number and quality of erections within a few days of consecutive use. In addition, it was said to support libido while prolonging intercourse and orgasm. The very rudimentary website, which is strangely still operative, does not include much information beyond claims of revolutionizing the sex lives of its users. Ingredients are discussed briefly and include Oysters, Bombyx Mori from the “worm family,” Wolfberry, and Saffron Crocus. It is not clear how the oyster extract is sourced, or that of the Bombyx Mori, for that matter. Wolfberry is said to help support circulatory system performance. Saffron Crocus is said to be an aphrodisiac. When it was still in production and available for sale, one bottle of 16 capsules of Erexa was sold for $28.95. It is not clear how long this supply would last. The website states that it comes with a 30-day money back guarantee, but no details are given. There is also a lack of testimonials and scientific evidence.
Erexa made the FDA hit list for containing a substance called Sulfoaildenafil, which is chemically identical to Sildenafil, commonly found in Viagra. Not only was Sulfoaildenafil not listed on the product label, but it also may interact with several Drug Drugs that contain nitrates and could lower blood pressure to a harmful extent. Drug medications containing nitrates are particularly common and used by people with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or heart disease.
Good About Erexa
Bad About Erexa
- Unavailable for purchase
- recalled due to FDA intervention
- Potentially harmful
Erexa, The Bottom Line
Interestingly enough, the Erexa website lists LiposomexLabs as its manufacturer, however, it was recalled under the name of Atlas Operations, Inc., in 2009. This company was responsible for a number of recalled sexual enhancement supplements. Overall, while Erexa may have worked for some men, it was found to contain an undeclared chemical that could cause problems for many. It should be avoided.