The Rigirx male enhancement product is presented on a very unprofessional, confusing website that uses some dubious marketing tactics to sell the brand. The site is written as a ‘personal’ letter from the sales manager of the manufacturer, although there are sections that show customer testimonials and FAQ’s. Full manufacturer contact information is provided and the company offers a money back guarantee on all unopened products (although one section claims the returns period is 90 days, another states 60).
The website goes on to describe Rigirx as a natural alternative to Viagra and Cialis, and states that it has been extensively tested, although there are no results of any clinical trials shown. No side effects are said to have been caused but there is a list shown of possible reactions to the formula.
Rigirx Product Details
Rigirx contains 7 natural ingredients, largely based on Chinese medicine. While the ingredients are listed no explanations are given as to how they work. The ingredients contain Polyrachis Vicinia, an aphrodisiac derived from the ant, Kudzu root, to balance hormones, Butea Superba, to aid in general sexual function, Ganoderma Lucicern, commonly used to help lower blood pressure, which makes this medication safe for those with this problem. Also in the blend are Tongkat Ali, Cordyceps Sinensis and Smilax Myosotiflora.
One pack of ten capsules should last approximately 30 days when taken at the recommended dose which is one capsule per day for three days then one every 3-4 days.
Good About Rigirx
- Rigirx has a money back guarantee
- All ingredients are listed
- Full manufacturer contact details are shown
- Ordering is secure and private
- The website has customer testimonials
- Rigirx does not require daily dosage
- Discounts are offered on quantity purchases
- Rigirx supports prostate health
Bad About Rigirx
- The manufacturer uses dubious marketing techniques
- No ingredient details are shown
- No clinical tests are provided
- The money back guarantee is confusing
- Rigirx is expensive
Rigirx The Bottom Line
Most consumers would not be impressed with the website for this product, whether it was actually a beneficial formula or not. The site contains some adult language and numerous spelling mistakes which only add to further discrediting the already questionable brand.