Magna RX+ claims to be a
leader in the penis enhancement industry. The Magna RX+ site states that
they have "helped over 1 million men worldwide increase their penis size
and sexual confidence for over 15 years". The question is: do the pills
This product makes a lot of claims:
* more stamina
* harder erections
* better ejaculation control
* a doctor endorsement
* increased desire
* intensified orgasms
That's just to mention a few. If you want to know how it works, there is a
neat, accurate diagram of your penis, explaining its functioning, and stating
how this product will help increase the amount of blood that engorges it, thus
increasing the overall size of your erection.
It is certainly true that the more you use your organs and muscles, the
better they will function. Most of them do become larger through regular
The Magna RX+ Pills are recommended and endorsed by an urologist - Albert
Dr. O'Connor enthusiastically recommends the Magna RX+ Pills to his male
patients as a safe and natural way to improve and enhance sexual performance
while simultaneously achieving maximum erectile growth.
Dr. O'Connor is a professor of medicine and Chief of Medical Education. He is
Chief of Urology as well as a member of his hospital's Board of Directors. Many
users give positive testimonials about this product.
There is also a doctor endorsement from a urologist, stating that this
product will work for you.
The Mayo Clinic has stated that "no scientific research supports the use of
any nonsurgical method to enlarge the penis".
They also caution purchasers to be on the lookout for penis enlargement
Despite that, many doctors have said that pills are a safer alternative
method to such radical devices as the penis pump, or to surgery, which can cause
scarring and dysfunction.
Magna RX+ pills cost between $18.95 - $59.95 a bottle, depending on where you
purchase them. That is for a one month supply.
While they make a lot of claims they don't tell you what is in those little
pills you're taking, and they should. They should also tell you how much of what
is in each unit of what you buy. That becomes a little difficult when you are
talking about herbals, and that information me be proprietary as well, but you
should get a good approximation of what and how is in it.
* No ingredients
* Site does not give much information
* Positive testimonials
* Fast Shipment
* Great customer service
* Contact via phone, fax, email, or postal mail
Although Magna RX+ is recommended by
a doctor with positive user reviews and the company has great customer service
and a variety of contact methods, purchasing a product that does not list its
ingredients is not recommended.
This is a buyer beware situation. The company seems trustworthy and
reputable, but without knowing what you're getting, how can you make an informed