SIX-T9 is a completely natural male enhancement supplement designed to work immediately to improve stamina, erections, sex drive, and sexual pleasure. A company called Nutraphase based in Canada manufactures it.
SIX-T9 Product Details
SIX-T9 claims to be a scientifically developed “nutraceutical” that takes instant effect and contains 100% natural ingredients. The makers of SIX-T9 say that they chose the ingredients based on scientific performance and personal testimonies. It contains L-Arginine, Tribulus, Ginseng, Horny Goat Weed, Gelatin, Water, Magnesium Stearate, FD&C Yellow #5, FD&C Red #3, and Titanium Dioxide. L-Arginine is an amino acid that helps the body produce Nitric Oxide. An support in Nitric Oxide stimulates dilation, which is a widening of the blood vessels. The support blood flow is said to help improve erection size and hardness. Tribulus has been used for years in traditional medicine and by athletes for its abilities to support testosterone levels. In addition, it has been documented in a scientific trial to support Nitric Oxide release. Ginseng is a stalwart of traditional Chinese medicine used to treat a range of problems. It has been shown to support energy and may support libido. Horny Goat Weed has been used in China and Japan for centuries as an aphrodisiac.
There is a long list of warnings on the supplement facts page stating that SIX-T9 is not recommended for people with heart conditions, diabetes, liver issues, kidney problems, and those who are allergic to herbs in the Ginkgoaceae, Araliaceae or Zygophyllaceae families. Consumers are advised to take two capsules 45 minutes before engaging in intercourse, and not to exceed this dosage in one day. SIX-T9 is available directly from the Nutraphase website for $29.99 (Canadian dollars) for a bottle of 20 capsules, and is also available from other major Canadian vendors like GNC.
Good About SIX-T9
- Official product website
- Complete ingredient list
- Explanation of how it functions
- Contains popular ingredients found in many male enhancement products
- Contains elements that have shown promise in laboratory trials
Bad About SIX-T9
- Company website does not list a physical address or phone number
- Claims to be 100% natural, but contains artificial colors
- No testimonials
- Mentions scientific evidence, but does not provide further details
SIX-T9, The Bottom Line
It seems that SIX-T9 gets a lot of things right, from its formulation to how the product is presented to the consumer. However, while it is promising that Nutraphase lists the complete ingredients for SIX-T9 on their website, it is troubling that they don’t include more information about their company. It is always inadvisable to order a product online without having the recourse of a phone number or physical address by which to contact the vendor in the case of problems or complaints. It also doesn’t seem very trustworthy to limit client contact to email only. In addition, although it might seem nitpicky to point out that that they claim SIX-T9 is 100% natural while it contains artificial colors, it is another potential strike against the honesty and integrity of the product. If they gloss over details like this, what else has been conveniently left out of the presentation?