MaxGenics is a blend of 100% natural ingredients that are claimed to increase your sex drive, aid in performance and stamina, and help boost lean muscle mass. MaxGenics claims to be different from the competition in its ability to control estrogen, which appears to be related to the inclusion of zinc.
During our research, we learned than MaxGenics is manufactured by Max Nutrient, LLC based out of Los Angeles, CA, though neither the company nor the product is listed with the Better Business Bureau. Online reviews for the supplement are non-existent, which, in combination with the fact that the product’s URL was just registered in June 2013, leads us to believe it is a very new product.
How MaxGenics Works
Similar to Ageless Male, Elite Test 360, and LJ Ultra, MaxGenics claims to be a testosterone producer that uses 100% natural ingredients to increase the production of testosterone, among several other benefits. MaxGenics underwent two years of “rigorous testing” prior to release, and was “created by a team of professional formulators.” The company claims to be committed to helping you realize the benefits of MaxGenics, and that “95% of men experience serious results with this formula.” As such, they guarantee you’ll see improvements in desire, performance, strength, energy, and vitality (see more about this in the following section).
MaxGenics is manufactured in the USA in an FDA-certified lab, and they claim that each batch is independently tested by third-party labs for “quality, purity, and potency.” The supplement is 100% natural, processed without binders, fillers, or other harmful additives, and includes the following ingredients:
- Niacin 20mg – Improves cardiovascular function, among other benefits.
- Vitamin B6 2mg – Aids in metabolism.
- Magnesium 50mg – Can increase energy and endurance.
- Zinc 15mg – Blocks testosterone from converting into estrogen, and may also increase sex drive and increase fertility.
- Proprietary Blend 455mg:
- Eurycoma longfolia – May provide numerous benefits, including an increase libido and testosterone production, boost in lean muscle mass, and more.
- Tribulis extract – May act as an aphrodisiac and help build lean muscle.
- ProLensis – Claimed to increase testosterone, while decreasing estrogen.
- Reishi Mushroom – Has been claimed to increase the effectiveness of your immune system, and to increase energy.
- Muira Puama – May boost sex drive and improve erection strength.
- Maca extract – Claimed to increase libido and improve performance.
- Piperine – An ingredient that helps all the other ingredients work better within your body.
According to the supplement’s website, you should take 2 capsules of MaxGenics per day, preferably with food. Also, it should be incorporated as part of a nutritious diet and regular strength training program for maximum results.
While MaxGenics is claimed to be safe for most individuals, you should avoid taking it if you are being treated for high blood pressure.
MaxGenics Pricing & Refund Policy
MaxGenics is only available directly through the manufacturer, and in three purchasing options:
- 1 Bottle: $49.95
- 2 Bottles: $89.95
- 3 Bottles: $119.95
Regardless of which purchasing option you choose, your order will include free shipping.
MaxGenics comes with a one-year, 'Results or Your Money Back' guarantee—in other words, if you don’t see results, you don’t pay. If this occurs, the website claims that you can ship any remaining product back to the manufacturer, and you’ll receive a full refund soon thereafter. However, we would recommend contacting customer service beforehand at (800) 310-3469 or support@MaxGenics.com.
Bottom Line: Is MaxGenics a Scam?
While we don’t have any reason to believe that MaxGenics is necessarily a scam, there are a few considerations you should know about before placing your order.
First, as we originally outlined in our Garcinia Cambogia Buyer’s Guide, you should find out as much as you can about any supplement manufacturer prior to ordering one of their products. This is because the nutritional supplement industry has grown tremendously over the past few years, and there are a lot of less-than-scrupulous companies eager to take advantage of the lax guidelines surrounding labeling, potency, ingredients, and more.
With this said, the MaxGenics website does claim that their product is manufactured in an FDA-certified lab, and that each batch is independently tested by third-party labs for “quality, purity, and potency.” However, we have some concerns regarding lack of additional information for anything related to the company or their product. For instance:
- They are not listed with the Better Business Bureau.
- Primary addresses are listed in Southern California, but both the MaxGenics and Max Nutrient websites were registered by an individual (not a company) from New England.
- In addition, regarding both the company and the product, there are zero legitimate online reviews that can be used to gauge effectiveness and overall customer satisfaction.
- Also, keep in mind that many of MaxGenics’s purported benefits are considered far from scientific fact; especially those related to the aphrodisiac and performance enhancement claims.
So what’s the bottom line? If you’re thinking about taking a testosterone supplement, talk with your doctor beforehand, and don’t rush into making a purchase. While MaxGenics may or may not be a good option, your physician can likely discuss the pros and cons of natural testosterone boosters, and even recommend a specific manufacturer that has a earned a longstanding reputation for quality and effectiveness.