The male enhancement product Libex is made for the man who wants added stimulation and a more powerful sexual performance. It is a Norwegian product manufactured by CarePharma and is available in European retail stores and online. The product is sent in discreet packaging and the order is private and secure when purchased directly from the manufacturer.
Unfortunately the CarePharma website does not provide a lot of information for Libex and no customer testimonials or FAQ’s are available. While they do state that the formula is actually a traditional remedy for erectile dysfunction that has been used for 400 years, they show no scientific studies that may have been performed on the product. They do not offer any free trials of Libex although discounts can be received when ordering four or more products.
Libex Product Details
Apart from Ginseng, Libex does not feature many of the commonly seen ingredients such as Tribulus or L-Arginine. Instead it combines Fructus Corni, Fructus Lychi and Fructus Amomi with other substances such as Macrocephale and Actractylodis. No amounts are given for any of the ingredients are they are not explained in any detail.
The manufacturer recommends a dosage of 1 Libex capsule about 30 minutes before sexual activity and says that it should be effective for over 4 hours.
Good About Libex
- Only 1 capsule of Libex is required when needed
- All ingredients are provided
- Discounted prices are available
- The product is long lasting
- The ordering process is secure and private
- Libex is available without a Drug
- The formula is 100% natural
Bad About Libex
- There is no clinical proof that Libex works
- The ingredients are unfamiliar
- Libex is very expensive
- No customer or doctor testimonials are shown
- • No money-back guarantee is provided
Libex The Bottom Line
At a cost of approximately $31.00 for just 2 capsules, many consumers would not opt for this product, particularly when so many of the ingredients are not familiar. Also, it requires shipping from Europe, further adding to the cost, and with no clinical research shown there is nothing to prove that it has any effect on sexual performance at all.