About Blackcore Edge Max
Blackcore Edge Max’s manufacturer claims their supplement can enhance your testosterone levels, leading to increased size and stamina, better erections, more satisfying sex, and more intense orgasms. In fact, we’re told it can help turn you into “a raging beast.”
To accomplish this, Blackcore Edge Max claims to use a blend of 100% all natural ingredients that deliver fast, noticeable results, which can help you “become more desirable,” without any safety concerns.
But you already know all about Blackcore Edge Max’s marketing angle, right? Instead, you’re here to find out if it’ll really work. Let’s get to it.
What’s the Relationship Between Testosterone & ‘Manliness’?
Testosterone is the main sex hormone in men. Produced in the testes, testosterone turns a boy into a man during puberty by increasing the size of the penis and testes, growing body hair, deepening the voice, increasing muscle size and strength, and more.
As any parent of a teenage boy will tell you, testosterone floods a young man’s system during these early years. However, these levels even out in the late teens/the early twenties. Starting around the age of 30, though, testosterone levels being to decrease to the tune of about 1 percent per year.
Because of this gradual decrease, once a man reached 40, they may begin experiencing side effects commonly associated with low testosterone, such as weakened muscles and decreased muscle mass, reduced sex drive (libido), problems achieving or maintaining an erection, weight gain, mood swings, and more.
This is where supplements like Blackcore Edge Max enter the picture, claiming to use ingredients that naturally boost testosterone levels and make men feel young again. But does the clinical evidence for the ingredients support claims like these?
Which Ingredients Does Blackcore Edge Max Contain?
While there isn’t a label shown on the Blackcore Edge Max website, the list of ingredients includes:
Are any of these effective?
According to WebMD’s summary of clinical evidence, there is some indication that saw palmetto may reduce complications related to prostate surgery, with conflicting evidence that it’s effective for treating an enlarged prostate. The recommended dosage is 320mg daily, although there’s no indication how much Edge Max contains.
WebMD also lists tongkat ali as “possibly effective” for improving the quality and concentration of sperm in infertile men, but there doesn’t seem to be sufficient evidence indicating it can improve sexual function or performance in any meaningful way.
Finally, do you want to know a perfect example of irony? WebMD lists wild yam extract as “possibly ineffective” for addressing some menopausal symptoms, while boron might work for vaginal infections—but not for any of the company’s claims.
Outside of what we just covered, WebMD doesn’t indicate that there’s enough clinical evidence showing any of Blackcore Edge Max’s ingredients can deliver on any of the manufacturer’s promises.
But will these ingredients cause any harm?
Are There Any Side Effects With Blackcore Edge Max?
For the most part, WebMD tells us that you’ll probably only experience mild digestive upset from Max’s ingredients – if anything at all.
The one exception to this is horny goat weed (epimedium): “Some types of horny goat weed are POSSIBLY UNSAFE when used for a long period of time or in high doses. Long-term use of these other forms of horny goat weed might cause dizziness, vomiting, dry mouth, thirst, and nosebleed. Taking large amounts of horny goat weed might cause spasms and severe breathing problems.”
Does Blackcore Edge Max Have Any Competition? What About Reviews?
Despite the lack of clinical evidence indicated by WebMD, you’ll find Blackcore Edge Max’s ingredients included in hundreds of other testosterone, muscle building, and male enhancement supplements. Most of these are only sold online and only through a 14-day trial (more about this next).
Granted, not all of these will feature the exact same formulations and dosages as Edge Max, but many make the exact same claims and feature the same common ingredients. Some of the more popular examples of this include Elite Test 360, Test X180, Beyond Human Testosterone, and many others.
While we didn’t encounter any Edge Max reviews at the time of our research, we can use feedback for some of these other supplements to help round out the overall picture. In general, these supplements come with 2-star average ratings or lower, with common complaints surrounding no results, high prices, and unhelpful (even downright rude) customer service.
From a company perspective, Blackcore Edge Max (and Workout and Accelerin) is manufactured by Edgeline Performance based out of Santa Ana, CA. They also make a couple other workout-related supplements containing forskolin and BCAA.
How Much Does Blackcore Edge Max Cost?
Remember the trial we discussed earlier? Here’s where we come back to it.
The only way to get a full-size bottle of Blackcore Edge Max is through a 14-day trial. Here, you’ll only pay $4.95 to begin, but as soon as your trial ends (which starts from the date you place your order, not from the date it’s received), you’ll be charged the regular price of $85.95.
Then, every 30 days thereafter, you’ll receive another bottle of Blackcore Edge Max and will be charged $85.95 + $4.95 S&H each time.
Outside of the trial, Edge Max comes with a 30-day refund policy, less S&H. In order to request one, you’ll need to call customer service at 877-516-7511 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
What Is Arbitration?
Instead of taking the company to court or joining a class action lawsuit (among other things), if you experience any damages from Blackcore Edge Max, all orders are automatically bound to an arbitration agreement. In a nutshell, this means you’ll be waiving a significant portion of your legal rights.
Now, let’s bring it home and come to a conclusion about Blackcore Edge Max.
Will Blackcore Edge Max Deliver Maximum Results?
In the end, we didn’t order Blackcore Edge Max or try the supplement, so we can’t provide you with any firsthand experience. However, like you or any other consumer investigating a product, this doesn’t mean we can’t make an informed decision utilizing publicly available information online.
From this perspective, based on what WebMD tells us about each of Blackcore Edge Max’s ingredients, there doesn’t seem to be enough clinical evidence indicating they’ll work as advertised. In fact, unless you just underwent prostate surgery, or are a menopausal woman with a vaginal infection, there doesn’t seem to be any evidence indicating they’ll work at all.
Given this, if it was our money, we think we’d get more value by speaking with our doctor about low testosterone than we would from ordering a bottle of Blackcore Edge Max.
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I accepted their free trial offer and paid $4.95 in shipping.
On my next Visa statement, I noticed a charge for $89.95 and another charge $89.99. I call my Visa company trying to track them down, and finally, we found their phone number. I told them I did not order two products nor allow them to charge on my credit cards, and that I wanted my money back since I returned the product within 14 days.
They said that I have to call in since they don't consider the return by mail as good. Therefore they only refunded me half of the money. I said, "why is the refund in half? I did not order the trial for both products." They said they have shipped out the trial product and that it has cost $89.99 plus the order of the trial product that I have not authorized them. They only refunded half of my money, so now I am out of $89.99 for nothing, plus the two-time shipping cost totaling $9.90.
This is a pure scam, and I highly alert everyone, do not to place an order for the trial because it's a trap into this scam.
This is a pure scam. The product is no good, and I can't get the money back.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out 1 people found this review helpful
Expensive and ineffective
It didn't make any changes as advertised. After using it for almost three months, it caused me digestive issues for months, and it was very expensive after the trial ended.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
4 out 4 people found this review helpful
The worst scam ever
Like the others, I accepted their free trial offer and paid $4.95 shipping. On my next Visa statement, I noticed a charge for $89.95 from MOD*MAGICTGESTOSTERONE. They didn't show their company name for fear I would contest the charge with my Visa company.
I called my visa company and started a three-way conversation with them. They claimed, in the fine print, I agreed to monthly shipments if I didn't cancel within a few days after receiving the sample bottle. They said another shipment was on its way and I would be billed another $94.00.
This is most likely some scam artists working out of their basement in another country. The product is totally worthless and can be purchased elsewhere on the web for $20. It's not worth $.05 cents. These people should be in JAIL. Beware!
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend