Magnum Blood-Flow Sexual Peak Performance Review
Created by Applied Nutrition, Magnum Blood-Flow Sexual Peak Performance is advertised as a “revolutionary advancement in sexual performance for men.”
Supposedly this “innovative” product is designed to improve blood flow and boost sexual stamina and sensitivity, but then again, these claims can be found with almost every other male enhancement product in the industry. Consequently, these leads me to wonder if there’s anything about Magnum Blood Flow Sexual Peak Performance that makes it stand out in a crowd.
In this review, I’ll take a closer look at Magnum Blood Flow Sexual Peak Performance to help you determine if it is a good product for you.
What’s In Magnum Blood Flow Sexual Peak Performance?
This product offers a massive 3360 mg proprietary blend of numerous herbs and ingredients that will supposedly improve performance, but unfortunately, I can’t tell if they’re effective due to the fact that they ingredient concentrations are undisclosed.
Here’s a quick breakdown of what you’re getting, anyway.
• L Citrulline – An amino acid that acts as a precursor to Nitric Oxide in the blood stream. Several studies indicate that when dosed correctly, Nitric Oxide can relax blood vessels and improve blood flow. This will inevitably lead to increased blood flow to the penis, which will result in a more impressive erection.
• Epimedium Powder – Known as horny goat weed, Epimedium powder can also relax blood vessels, thus increasing your chances for an erection. Though it mimics the effects of testosterone, it does not necessarily have an impact on hormones. In fact, it is one of the most- and longest-used ingredients in Sexual Peak Performance.
• Muria Puama Extract – Rumored to help with sexual dysfunction and boost testosterone levels, Muira is popularly used as an aphrodisiac, but there is no scientific evidence backing its effectiveness.
• Maca Extract – Used by the Inca for several centuries to increase libido, Maca Root contains a wide variety of fatty acids and amino acids that may improve performance and combat fatigue. Recommended dosage is 1500 to 3000 mg daily, and in a 3360 mg proprietary blend, I doubt there is enough Maca root to offer any significant improvements.
• Catuaba Extract – Can purportedly help with sexual weakness, but like so many other ingredients in this formula, there is not enough scientific evidence to prove it.
• Ginkgo extract – Common aphrodisiac found in many sex pills, Ginkgo offers a wide variety of benefits from improving cognitive function to relieving walking pain to reducing vertigo. Recommended dosage is anywhere from 120-400 mg per day depending on its use – but there is no standard evidence that it will improve sexual performance.
• L Theanine – is a free amino acid (not used in the creation of protein) that may be able to improve concentration.
• Theobromine – is an alkaloid substance chemically related to caffeine. It is purported to dilate blood vessels and lower blood pressure, but can cause medical problems if consumed in high volume.
• Asian Ginseng Extract – A clinical study showed that Asian Ginseng can increase libido levels in mice, but human trials still need to be conducted to validate its performance.
• Cayenne Powder – Can purportedly increase blood circulation but it may also cause stomach irritation, flushing, and runny nose. It may also lead to kidney damage when taken in large doses or for extended periods of time.
Risks and Side Effects
Magnum Blood Flow Sexual Peak Performance appears to have a decent collection of aphrodisiacs, although there are two potential issues with its ingredient profile:
First, all of the ingredient dosages are hidden in a proprietary blend. For an ingredient to work, it must be dosed correctly. Because the dosages are not disclosed, we can’t be sure that the key ingredients are dosed correctly. Consequently, it is unknown whether or not the side effects will be minimal or severe. If a dosage is too high it may cause long-lasting damage, but if it’s too low it won’t be effective.
Secondly, there are not many clinically-proven ingredients in Magnum Blood Flow Sexual Peak Performance. Most of the ingredients in the formula are rumored to help with sexual dysfunction, but besides ginseng and l-citrulline, there isn’t much scientific evidence backing these claims. Consequently, you’ll be paying for filler ingredients that could cause potential damage to the body and you wouldn’t know until after it’s too late.
Because of the risks involved in altering blood flow, be sure to consult a physician before using Magnum Blood Flow Sexual Peak Performance.
Consumers with allergies should also note that it does contain soy.
The directions state that you are to take 2 tablets twice per day as needed, but for a more immediate response, you should take 4 tablets one hour before sexual activity.
However, I’m a little concerned about this technique. Will taking 4 tablets at once increase your risk of negative side effects? Or on the other hand, what are the benefits of delaying your ability to perform by dividing the supplement throughout the day? Does it digest better or absorb more effectively?
How Much Is Magnum Blood Flow Sexual Peak Performance?
Magnum Blood Flow Sexual Peak Performance can be found from various online retailers for around $30 plus shipping and handling. However, after a bit of shopping around I managed to find it for the following prices:
Is There A Money Back Guarantee?
I was unable to find any sort of money back guarantee for Magnum Blood Flow Sexual Peak Performance. Considering Magnum Blood Flow Sexual Peak Performance is not the most expensive product, this is not the biggest blow. However, it does little to instill any confidence in their product.
When a company offers a money back satisfaction guarantee, it shows that they believe in their product. The fact that there is no guarantee with Magnum Blood Flow Sexual Peak Performance makes me hesitant to recommend the formula.
Is Magnum Blood Flow Sexual Peak Performance Worth Purchasing?
I have mixed feelings toward Magnum Blood Flow Sexual Peak Performance. If it does contain a sufficient dosage of l-citrulline, ginseng, and horny goat weed, it has the potential to improve your performance in the sack. But if it skimps on the dosages, don’t expect much help. Because of the proprietary blend, there is no real way of knowing.
Consequently, I feel that you’d been better off investing in a more reliable formula with ingredient concentrations listed openly on the label.