According to the Vigorexin.com, 95% of all men are unhappy with their penis size. Vigorexin is advertised as a solution to this shame.
It is designed to increase penis size, and it is supported with this company claim: “by using VIgorexin you will go from average to ‘well endowed.” Unlike most supplements, Vigorexin contains the ingredients in the right dosages to make those claims a reality.
But does Vigorexin have all the makings to be the best male enhancement supplement? Let’s take a closer look at everything we know.
What Are Your Pricing Options?
One Vigorexin bottle provides 30 servings, retails for $39.99, and is available for purchase on MaleEnhancementPros.com and Vigorexin.com. Multiple bottle deals and free shipping are available on both websites: 2 bottles sells for $79.99; 3 bottles sells for $119.99 and comes with 1 free bottle, and 4 bottles retails for $159.99 and comes with 2 free bottles.
What About A Money-Back Guarantee?
Additionally, both websites back Vigorexin with a 90-day 100%, money-back guarantee. For a refund, contact customer service within 90 days of purchase date. You can return 1 used bottle and any other unopened bottles.
What Are You Ingesting Per Serving?
The company advertises a couple ingredients on the official website, but information about individual ingredient amounts is not available. We have learned however that all the ingredients and dosages are listed on the bottle itself. If you have questions about the ingredients, we recommend contacting Vigorexin directly.
Let’s take a closer look at a couple ingredients in the formula:
Catuaba is believed to amplify sexual arousal and performance. However, NYU Langone Medical Center says claims about catuaba are not supported with real evidence. 
Oyster Meat is considered one of the highest zinc sources available. In 3 oz. cooked oysters there is 74 mg zinc. Zinc is involved in several cellular metabolic functions, and men should strive for 11 mg per day. 
In one study, zinc deficiencies were shown to be linked with below average testosterone concentration. 
Tribulus Terrestris was shown to relax animal corpus cavernosum in an organ bath. Consequently, researchers believe it might ameliorate erectile function. 
I was unable to find human clinical studies analyzing tribulus terrestris’ effect on penile erection.
Eurycoma Longifolia improves libido and erection quality when administered in 300 mg. However, hormonal profiles were unaffected. 
Does Vigorexin Work?
There are several testimonials listed on the official website, all raving about Vigorexin’s benefits. Here is a look at what users have to say about their Vigorexin experience:
“My wife can’t believe what’s going on with me, and we’re having the best sex we’ve ever had in over 20 years,” says Greg enthusiastically. “There’s zero side effects. The result really speak for themselves, I have never experienced anything like this.”
Tyson, another user says, “It works when I need it to, and if I don’t need it I still take it because it makes my libido go crazy for sex!”
“I’m so happy that my younger brother recommended this to me… With this product I don’t get any side effects, it simply works and it works well,” says Trevor.
Do You Need to Take A Lot of Pills?
Manufacturers recommend taking 2 pills roughly 30-60 minutes before sexual activity or 2 times per day. However, some men may need to take pills outside these time frames because Vigorexin works differently depending on user tolerance and may work faster for some people than others.
Is Vigorexin A Smart Choice?
Due to the ingredients and price per bottle, I believe Vigorexin is something to try if you are looking for a sex-boost, especially if you feel testosterone levels have been subpar lately. Its oyster meat inclusion supplies more than enough zinc to prevent poor testosterone levels as resulting from a zinc-deficiency.
Tribulus terrestris and eurycoma longifolia are key ingredients for better erection quality and higher libido levels, and their lack of side effects is comforting for those initially worried about trying a male enhancement supplement.
However, Vigorexin may not be for everyone, especially since it contains pretty potent ingredients. If you try Vigorexin, let us know your thoughts by commenting below.
References “Impotence.” NYU Langone Medical Center: http://www.med.nyu.edu/content?ChunkIID=21720
 “Dietary Supplement Fact Sheet: Zinc.” Office of Dietary Supplements, National Institutes of Health.
 Prasad AS et al. “Zinc status and serum testosterone levels of healthy adults.” Nutrition 1996 May; 12(5):344-8. Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8875519
 Do J, et al. “Effects and Mechanisms of Action of a Tribulus terrestris Extract on Penile Erection.” Korean J Urol. 2013 Mar;54(3):183-8.
 Ismail SB, et al. “Randomized Clinical Trial on the Use of PHYSTA Freeze-Dried Water Extract of Eurycoma longifolia for the Improvement of Quality of Life and Sexual Well-Being in Men.” Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2012;2012:429268.