Although Semenex is a product designed for use by men, it actually benefits both sexes. Being a nutritional blend of vitamins and minerals, Semenex has positive health benefits for the user, while for women it makes the taste of their partner’s semen sweeter.
Semenex is marketed in a very unprofessional manner and has a somewhat ‘seedy’ image. Despite this, there is a good amount of useful information for the brand plus links to how Semenex has been featured in the mainstream media. Additionally, the Semenex website shows results of consumer testing and clinical studies that prove the healing and rejuvenating benefits of semen, sometimes called the ‘Elixir Vitae’.
As well as a FAQ section, the website shows a number of customer testimonials and has a secure ordering page. Semenex costs $44.95 for a 10 serving jar, although, confusingly, the price is also advertised as $24.95 elsewhere on the site.
Semenex Product Details
All ingredients are listed for Semenex, which is an all natural mix of fruit and vegetable extracts (pineapple, banana, strawberry, broccoli and celery), vitamins (B6, B12 and E) and minerals (calcium, zinc, magnesium, chlorophyll and selenium). All ingredient amounts are shown as are the nutritional details.
Semenex is to be mixed with water (or other beverage) and taken in the evening once a day. The semen should taste noticeably sweeter within 24 hours.
Good About Semenex
- Semenex is an all natural blend
- The product may support semen volume
- Semenex can be ordered securely and is shipped discreetly
- Clinical studies are shown
- The website is user-friendly
Bad About Semenex
- The price of Semenex is confusing
- The website is unprofessional in appearance
- The money-back guarantee details are not provided
- Company contact details are very limited
Semenex The Bottom Line
Semenex is really nothing more than a nutritious shake that will likely have positive health benefits for the consumer. Used on a regular basis, it should have some effect on the taste of semen, although it must be noted that this is not a problem for some people and it may well encourage sexual behaviour that is not considered ‘safe’, a fact that is noted by the manufacturer.