XGenus is a massage pill for men that purports to help enlarge the penis. It is made by the company Primagenus who are based in Malaysia and have been in business since 1991. There is very limited information available about the company or their product. It appears that the consumer must contact the company directly to receive details regarding product ingredients and pricing. No testimonials from customers are cited, although it is said that the product has been used by ‘thousands’ of men.
XGenus Product Details
The XGenus product is in the form of an oil that is designed to be massaged into the penis twice a day. Instructions are limited but it likely has to be used for a certain time period on a daily basis, then possibly only applied for maintenance of results. The full ingredient list is not supplied but the main active substance used is an extract of the Hirudo Medicinalis leech. Leeches, while no popular in North America, are widely used in Asia and have been for centuries, particularly in the area of sexual enhancement. This extract has a twofold effect – the Hirudin in the substance acts as an anticoagulant that helps improve blood flow through the capillaries, while the histamine dilates the blood vessels. According to the manufacturer, it is this, combined with the massage technique that can support both the length and girth of the penis.
Good About XGenus
- XGenus should produce no side effects
- Primagenus is a well-established company
- The main active ingredient is explained in detail
- The extract is pure and not manmade
- Company contact details are listed
Bad About XGenus
- No product price is listed
- The full ingredient list is not shown
- There is no money back guarantee
- No clinical testing is published
- The product is shipped from overseas
XGenus The Bottom Line
As with any penis massage oil, the actual act of applying is likely one of the main reasons that it results in a faster and stronger erection. However, there is no doubt that leeches are beneficial for a number of health conditions and if their extract does work in the way stated – as a dilator – there is a good chance that it will at least improve blood flow to the genitals. However, given the fact that general product and pricing information is not provided, XGenus would not be recommended to any North American consumer.