My Maxocum review takes a look at a male enhancement supplement that makes ridiculously impossible claims. Remember that scene in Stand By Me when the boys get chased out of the junkyard and the junkyard owner makes fun of Teddy’s dad, who then responds that his dad “stormed the beaches at Normandy?” That’s the Maxocum pitch. It is super bold and almost awkwardly untrue. Maybe for some people, they’ve had success with it, it really isn’t for me to say, but what I can say is that this is not on my top 10 male enhancers list.
Maxocum is fully invested in marketing that you will produce more semen. It almost feels as though if you take Maxocum, you might be a danger to society during an orgasm. Not only will you produce more semen, but that semen will be the Triple Crown winner of all past and present semen productions. You will “shock your partner” according to Maxocum officials.
Look, I appreciate some audacious marketing just as much as the next supplement reviewer, but I think this Maxocum review is going to reveal that these claims just aren’t based in reality. I always expect anything I’m buying to bend the truth a little, this is America (God Bless), but I think Maxocum needs to reel it in a little. This almost feels like a cover for one of those hotel flicks that you denied ever purchasing when you checked out.
Maxocum Claimed Benefits
Maxocum benefits are as outlandish as you’d expect if you read my introduction. If you believe the pictures on Maxocum’s website, you will also have beautiful bikini-laden girls sitting on your carved up abs while you make out with them before you deliver massive loads.
- You will ejaculate 500% more every time you have an orgasm
- Impress partner with massive loads
- Incredible semen quality
- Safely locate the Ark and save it from the NAZIs (I’m kidding, but might as well)
Maxocum Review – Ingredients
Ingredients. This is where a male enhancer supplement either completely falls apart or separates itself from the herd. Last month, when I wrote my TEKMale review, I introduce my readers to a supplement that’s label is explosively ripe with ingredients scientifically proven to boost libido, strengthen erections and give an energy pop. Today, I introduce you to a label that does not do any of that, really. Let’s go over what’s in Maxocum and then discuss why this isn’t a great supplement.
The first ingredient of noteworthy mention is Ashwagandha. This is primarily an ayurvedic herb that’s incredibly popular as an individual supplement, and rightfully so: it works. There have been numerous, detailed studies regarding ashwagandha, including this study that showed it to be really helpful for those suffering from depression and anxiety. I’ve had moderately good luck when I’ve taken ashwagandha alone, it is definitely the foundation for Maxocum ingredients.
The next ingredient is Kapikacchu Extract. Another Ayurvedic addition, this one is known to be an aphrodisiac that also helps resolve symptoms of erectile dysfunction. You often read about men who are impotent trying kapikacchu extract. It has also been shown to improve sperm (as it should considering the manufacturer’s claims). And here’s the thing, there is a good deal of science showing that it is rather legit.
Vidarikanda Extract keeping with the Ayurvedic theme of Maxocum ingredients, vidarikanda extract is an herbal aphrodisiac that’s been linked to improved urinary tract health. Yes, being able to pee without issues is a good thing. But you knew that.
The final ingredient is Shilajit Powder. Shilajit powder has often been associated with increased sperm health and enhanced testosterone levels. Some claim it has some aphrodisiac effects.
This is really where this Maxocum review goes badly wrong. First, the product has none of the essential ingredients we like to see in male enhancers, such as zinc or gingko (among a handful of others). The second problem is that this list is weak. There just isn’t much to it. I think TEKMale has like 9 ingredients? Most any of the top ones are much heavier in value. I like ashwagandha, I’d recommend just buying that alone, or looking at a bigger investment with TEKMale.
Maxocum Side Effects
Large amounts of Ashwagandha can react poorly with your stomach and lead to digestive issues. It appears they use 120 mg, which isn’t seemingly too much, but hey, check with your medical professional before taking Maxocum. Yes, this means you will have to say the word “Maxocum” out loud, to other people, whom you respect.
- Natural ingredients that do work
- I like ashwagandha
- Amazing name
- The marketing pitch is ridiculous
- Only 4 ingredients make this super non-competitive
I can’t and won’t put this Maxocum review on my top 10 male enhancers. It does offer some value, the problem is that it is shallow in ingredients comparatively speaking. I’m really not trying to be a downer here, but Maxocum feels a little archaic. Although, their name is awesome. I’m sure any lady would be impressed to find some “Maxocum” on your nightstand.