What is Paravex?

Published on: Jan 16, 2017

Now available without a prescription, Paravex’s blend of clinical strength herbal extracts and botanicals promises to deliver bigger, longer-lasting erections, intensified orgasms, and a surge in energy, sex drive, stamina, and staying power.

The manufacturer tells us that Paravex helps boost the 3 S’s of sex: size, stamina, and satisfaction. Specifically, we’re told this male enhancement supplement can treat the root cause of sexual dysfunction.

This is why its dual action ingredients claim to add inches (both length and girth), help you last 5X longer than normal, and allow you to experience the increased sexual confidence that comes along with it.

Combined, Paravex’s pro-sexual nutrient matrix claims to have helped hundreds of men—across all ages—enjoy a fuller and satisfied sex life.

Does this mean you will too? Is there really something to all these bold claims, or is Paravex another nutritional supplement snake oil swindle?

The HighYa team has a lot of experience with these types of supplements. Here, we’ll talk about what we’ve learned over the years, as well as what we learned during our Paravex research, aimed at helping you make an empowered decision.

How Do Erections Work? Is Testosterone Important In the Process?

Physically, erections are all about blood flow.

In the center of the penis are two spongy chambers called the corpora cavernosa, which are surrounded by muscle. After the brain sends the appropriate signals, these muscles relax and allow blood to flow into the chambers.

Once appropriately filled, pressure is created, leading to an erection. This pressure also constricts veins that allow blood to drain, which help maintain the erection.

Although the physical aspect of achieving and maintaining an erection is fairly straightforward, the process as a whole is anything but, since it also involves emotional and mental aspects.

In this same vein (pun totally intended), identifying and treating the root cause of erectile dysfunction—the ability to achieve and maintain an erection sufficient for sexual penetration—can be equally complex. For example, ED can be cause by:

  • Mental and emotional issues such as depression, excessive stress, and performance anxiety
  • Physical issues such as diabetes, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, heart-related issues (since this often affects circulation), and alcohol and drug abuse
  • Certain medications like Prozac, central nervous system depressants, chemotherapy medications, and synthetic hormones

Where Does Testosterone Play Into All of This?

Testosterone is a hormone that’s responsible for a lot of key developmental processes in a male’s life, including sperm production, penis and testes growth, bone and muscle mass maintenance, red blood cell production, and body fat storage.

Given this, it makes sense that increasing free testosterone (the kind your body can use) will address any sexual problems you’re having, right?

According to WebMD, “Inadequate production of testosterone is not a common cause of erectile dysfunction; however, when ED does occur due to decreased testosterone production, testosterone replacement therapy may improve the problem.”

Bottom line? Because sex is an intricate process that involves both the mind and the body, getting to the root cause of any sexual problems you’re experiencing—whether due to ED, decreased sex drive, medications, or physical complications—can take a lot of time and effort.

And it almost goes without saying that you doctor should be closely involved in the process.

But unless your doctor determines that your sexual problems are the result of low testosterone, boosting t-levels isn’t sure to help.

What about penis size?

Is It Possible to Achieve a Bigger Penis?

Paravex’s website notes that their supplement represents “medical strength male enhancement.” What does this mean?

The only medical procedure that can increase penis length involves cutting the ligament that makes your “sergeant salute,” which adds about an inch. Increasing girth typically involves taking fat from other parts of the body and injecting it under the skin.

Both of these procedures can be expensive and come with their fair share of potential side effects—a sagging erection and lumpy penis, to name only two.

Outside of this? WebMD notes that other options like pumps, weights, pills, supplements, ointments, and creams are unproven and can be damaging or downright dangerous.

However, it’s important to note that size is relative. In other words, if you maximize blood flow into your corpora cavernosa, you might achieve a longer, thicker member by a tiny amount. This might be especially noticeable if you’re used to semi-flaccid results.

But will any of Paravex’s ingredients maximize blood flow? And if so, have they been found effective specifically for erectile dysfunction, libido, or any other common sexual issues?

Are Paravex’s Ingredients Effective?

The manufacturer tells us that Paravex features breakthrough rapid absorption and extended release technology that delivers the following ingredients to your system:

Authoritative websites like WebMD and Examine.com indicate that 5 grams of l-arginine may be effective for improving sexual function in men with ED.

Since l-arginine is converted into nitric oxide (NO) inside the body, it may also help treat chest pain, high blood pressure, and digestive tract inflammation in infants, and improve recovery following surgery.

Ginkgo biloba may help improve mental function (there’s conflicting research) and anxiety, which might help address the mental and emotional cause of sexual performance issues discussed above. However, there are no currently understood benefits specifically related to sexual drive, function, or satisfaction.

Outside of these, authoritative websites indicate that Paravex’s ingredients don’t have sufficient clinical evidence supporting the manufacturer’s claims, or are of questionable effectiveness.

On top of this, we’re not told how much of each ingredient the supplement contains, or if there is enough to deliver real-world results.

Important note: Speaking of the company’s claims, it doesn’t appear that any of Paravex’s ingredients, whether by themselves or in combination, have been classified as prescription medications at any point. This seems to be nothing more than marketing hype.

What About Paravex’s Side Effects?

If you experience anything at all from Paravex’s ingredients, authoritative websites note they likely won’t be worse than mild digestive upset and general stomach discomfort.

Authoritative sites indicate that ginkgo extract can lead to dizziness, forceful heartbeat, and allergic skin reactions in some individuals, while it’s unknown if muira puama is safe or what the possible side effects might be.

How Much Does Paravex’s “Free” Trial Cost?

The Paravex ordering system was down at the time of writing, but according to their Terms, you’ll only pay to $4.95 to get your hands on a bottle.

14 days after placing your order (the Terms tells us that it will take 3-5 business days for your package to arrive), you’ll be charged the full retail price of $93.95.

Then, the Trial Membership Program will continue sending you a new bottle of Paravex once per month and charging you $93.95 each time.

All Paravex purchases come with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee, less S&H charges and a $9.95 restocking fee per unit. In order to request one, you’ll need to reach out to customer service at (844) 847-3611 or support@thesuper-store.com.

A Quick Note About Arbitration

All Paravex purchases are also subject to an arbitration agreement, which means you’ll waive many of your inherent legal rights as soon as you place an order. Like what?

Most importantly, you’ll no longer have the right to a trial by jury or the right to join a class action suit if you’re monetarily damaged or otherwise harmed by using Paravex.

Is Paravex the Number One Male Enhancement Pill In the U.S.? Where Can You Buy It?

Type “male enhancement supplement” or “testosterone booster“ into any search engine and you’ll learn that Paravex has a lot of competition.

As in, thousands of supplements that contain many of the same ingredients—some even the exact same formulations—as Paravex. Many feature meaningfully similar websites and make nearly identical claims.

We’ve reviewed dozens of these over the years, including popular options like Evermax, Enduros Testo Booster, Zynev, and RexaVar. The consensus?

Regardless of the name, the website, or the manufacturer, the vast majority of testosterone boosting supplements come with bottom-of-the-barrel customer feedback. Most complaints reference no results, high prices, and frustrating customer service experiences.

Specifically, many of these customers complained that it was nearly impossible to cancel free trials or successfully process returns.

Don’t take this to mean that you’re 100 percent certain to encounter this with Paravex. But, although we didn’t try the supplement, when examining all the pros and cons, we think this near-universal feedback shouldn’t be ignored.

Are Testosterone Supplements Like Paravex a Good Idea?

We say it so much that we feel like we’re a broken record, but it’s worth repeating: It’s up to you how to spend your money. We’re not here to tell you otherwise.

But we are here to provide you with a service. Namely, we’re here to present you with unbiased information and leave the final decision up to you.

To this extent, will Paravex boost your libido, deliver more intense orgasms, increase stamina and staying power, or address your erectile dysfunction? According to authoritative websites, the clinical evidence doesn’t support these claims.

Is it worth at least giving Paravex a try? Again, this is wholly up to you. But considering the near-ubiquitous negative feedback for the competition, you may find it frustrating—not to mention expensive—if you find it difficult to cancel your Paravex trial.

If it were our time and money (just like you, we lead busy lives, too!), we think we might get more value by talking with our doctor about low testosterone, decreased sex drive, ED, unsatisfying orgasms, or any of the other complex problems Paravex claims to solve.

For more reading, be sure to read Do Testosterone Boosters Really Work? Find Out What Science Says!

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  • 3 out 3 people found this review helpful

    It is a scam

    Just like all the other posts, it is a scam.

    The ad stated 30 days, and they charged for the $4.95 (two times), and the shipped products that DID NOTHING at all, except stomach aches.

    Then, they charge you $93.xx (two times) on your credit card, and not inform you anywhere during the ordering process that the 14-day cancellation starts the moment you ordered without even receiving any product yet.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 5 out 6 people found this review helpful

    Scam alert!

    The ad came across my phone as a $4.95 trial shipping only, but then I get charged not once but twice by on my account. Not knowing what this was, I contacted my credit card company and filed a dispute. Still pending. Card canceled. Even if this product worked (and it does not), the expense is outrageous. This is a total scam and fraud. I reported them to the attorney generals office as such.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    Stay away

    Right after I ordered I received a notification that I had also ordered something else. I called the company right away and said I wanted to cancel everything. The operator tried three times with reduced offers to continue. This was after "consultation" with her supervisors. I was very emphatic and told her all I wanted to do was cancel. She finally said it was canceled. Five days later, I received notification from a do not reply site that my order has been shipped. Sleazy company with sleazy practices.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 7 out 7 people found this review helpful

    Total rip-off

    Paravex product does not do anything. They state a 30 day trial for $4.95, but in the fine print it only gives you 14 days before you will be billed $93 more. It is also an automatic shipment of once each month. STAY AWAY.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 4 out 4 people found this review helpful

    These guys are frauds

    These guys charged me $93 every month to my credit card even though I called them and canceled my account three times. And finally, they charged another $20 to cancel my account. Totally these guys stole $299 from my credit card. At the end, I called my credit card company and deactivated my credit card and account and opened a new one. These guys are frauds.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 5 out 5 people found this review helpful

    Do not buy

    • Fayetteville, NC,
    • May 18, 2017
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    I was supposed to receive my package and it never came. I contacted them three times, and it never came, and I get a 50 percent refund. I want the rest of my money before I file a lawsuit.

    Guys, do not give them your money. You will not receive your order. Don't go through the same thing I did.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 6 out 6 people found this review helpful

    What a scam

    Paravex did nothing to make things better. It just gave me belly pain. When I asked to cancel and to get a refund, I was told to shove it, and there was nothing I could do about it. So far not a good experience. The product is way overpriced, and in my opinion is a scam.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 9 out 9 people found this review helpful

    Paravex a hoax

    I tried the 30-day trial (which was in fact 14 days that they don't tell you about). It's a waste of time and money. I got stuck with the auto refill for $186.99. I got half my money back yet have to receive a confirmation that I am off auto-refill. I have requested that twice, horrible follow thru of customer service. Nothing but a bad experience. It's just one big lie.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 7 out 8 people found this review helpful

    Free trials

    This product has a 100% satisfaction guarantee, but the customer service is awful. They charge you for the so called free trial. They don't tell you that a $93.95 will be charged to you credit card before the 30 days. It takes 3-5 days to get the free sample, and there also is no mention of 14 days to cancellation and a $93.95 charge to your credit card.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 15 out 16 people found this review helpful

    This is a scam product!

    • Utah,
    • Apr 4, 2017
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    I agree with the previous reviewer of Paravex. There was no mention in the $4.95 free trial offer of the 14-day time limit, nor of the automatic $93.95 monthly payments that would follow.

    I received two $93.95 charges in March of 2017 and invoked the website's 30-day customer satisfaction guarantee from their website. I called three 800-numbers for customer service; two claimed "no account" and one acknowledged an account and agreed to close it, but refused to honor the 30-day satisfaction guarantee nor refund the two unauthorized charges.

    Stay away!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 22 out 22 people found this review helpful

    Beware

    • Connecticut,
    • Mar 25, 2017
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    Paravex is has over the radio commercials for a FREE sample. There is no mention of the 14-day cancellation and the $93 charge, so if you go to the website, BEWARE of this condition, it is VERY deceptive.

    I have requested a refund for my UNOPENED BOTTLE and have had no such luck to this point.

    My advice is to avoid this!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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