Potennix is a brand of male enhancement supplement that, while featured on several male product review sites and online retailers, does not have an official website. The information regarding the brand is therefore very limited – all that is known is that, like most products of this type, it is designed to boost the sexual performance in men, increasing the power of the erection and improving energy and stamina. Potennix is sold through several online retailers but unfortunately the actual cost is not known and it is not clear whether the product has a money back guarantee. In addition to this, there are no customer reviews or FAQ’s nor are there any clinical test studies provided to show how well it performs.
Potennix Product Details
The ingredients in Potennix are listed on a number of information sites and it contains many substances that are well-known for boosting the blood circulation which in turn helps increase the volume of blood in the male erection. The key ingredient for this process is L-Arginine, an amino acid that helps facilitate the production of Nitric Oxide. Other important ingredients in the formula are Maca and ginseng for energy, Green Tea which is a natural stimulant, Cinnamon for the circulation and the anti-oxidant Grape seed.
It is recommended that consumers ‘load up’ on the product by taking 4 capsules per day for 15 days, reducing that to 2 for the next 30 days and then 1-2 per day thereafter.
Good About Potennix
- Key ingredients are listed
- The formula contains L-Arginine
- Potennix is sold through independent retailers
Bad About Potennix
- No scientific testing is cited
- The cost is not known
- There is no money back guarantee
- There is no official Potennix website
- Ingredient amounts are not shown
Potennix The Bottom Line
There is some indication that the Potennix brand may have changed its name meaning that consumers may not even be able to purchase it anymore. However, even if they could, Potennix would not be a recommended brand, for the reasons that the cost is not known, there is no proof that it is, as described by the manufacturer, ‘revolutionary’ or that it has no harmful side effects.