I didn’t get to finish my original just a minute ago, hit the wrong button. Nugenix has not worked for me. it was taken as directed and I saw no improvement in energy or sex drive. Apparently, when I ordered the first bottle I didn’t realize that it was on an auto delivery. Not a good decision for a company that is suppose to have a great product. The product maybe great but if it is, then guys that it worked for will go after it before an empty bottle is in their hands. I am looking for my charged bottle credit to be on my CC VERRRY SOON. Reliable companies will do that.
Saw this product online ,, went to the website and recieved the 14 day trial. Went back to the website and made sure they would not auto bill my credit card. They have not. Used the 14 day trial and then purchased a 30 day supply from GNC. I repeated this a second month. This is what I found:
1- No difference noted in my energy level
2- No difference noted in my libido level
3- This product only made me sweat profusely. When I stopped taking it, I stopped sweating.
4- I have had my testosterone level drawn about a year ago. Went to my physician for a yearly check-up and had it drawn again. Difference +20 ,,, No significant difference. So I must say this product does not increase testosterone.
5- The only thing I have noticed is the skin on my arms does not “tear” as easily as before. Coincidence?
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