What Is Clinamax?

By HighYa Research Team
Published on: Jan 4, 2018

Claiming to offer users “maximum sexual benefits,” Clinamax is a male enhancement supplement that promises a slew of enhancements to your sexual function. Specifically, the product claims to provide bigger, long-lasting erections, a surge in sex drive and energy, and increased sexual confidence in general.

The website states that the supplement works by triggering two different mechanisms known to increase penis size by stimulating “free” testosterone and nitric oxide production to the sexual organ.

The makers of the product state that it is made with all-natural ingredients, going on to mention that its dual-action formula not only boosts your immediate sexual abilities, but also treats the root causes of erectile dysfunction in the process.

Before unpacking the ingredients included in Climamax’s formula, let’s briefly take a top-down look at erectile dysfunction, what causes it, and what can be done about the issue today. From there, we’ll be in a better position to evaluate the product’s effectiveness as a whole.

Erectile Dysfunction: A Brief Overview

Of all the male sexual disorders, erectile dysfunction (ED) is the most common, with studies illustrating its effect on up to 52 percent of all men at some point of their lives, with the risks seemingly increasing with age. At its core, the issue stems from not being able to achieve an erection suitable for sexual intercourse with a partner.

This is a wide-reaching issue, and due to the complexity of male arousal in general, it can be difficult to nail down a specific cause in some cases. According to the Mayo Clinic, there are a number of factors which can contribute to the risk of developing ED:

  • “Heart disease
  • Clogged blood vessels (atherosclerosis)
  • High cholesterol
  • High blood pressure
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • Metabolic syndrome — a condition involving increased blood pressure, high insulin levels, body fat around the waist and high cholesterol
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Certain prescription medications
  • Tobacco use
  • Peyronie's disease — development of scar tissue inside the penis
  • Alcoholism and other forms of substance abuse
  • Sleep disorders
  • Treatments for prostate cancer or enlarged prostate
  • Surgeries or injuries that affect the pelvic area or spinal cord”

They go on to state that it isn’t just physical issues that can contribute, but emotional ones as well. Conditions like depression, anxiety, and stress can all factor into the disorder, and often, this can be one of the most difficult aspects to treat.

So, knowing this now, what can be done to treat ED in otherwise healthy men? Clinamax claims to help by stimulating nitric oxide and free testosterone production in the body, but what are some of the conventional treatment options available today?

Much of the way doctors currently treat erectile dysfunction centers around prescription medications such as Viagra and Cialis, but there are also multiple physical tools such as penis pumps, rings, and similar devices that can be used. Finally, surgical procedures and implants may be recommended if the above methods prove ineffective, but where do supplement products like Clinamax factor in?

The US Food and Drug Association (FDA) has some interesting advice for those seeking sexual function help using male enhancement products; be careful. They elaborate by saying that their organization does not regulate these kinds of products or police their claims in any way, allowing companies to say whatever they want to about their products without providing any evidence in the process.

They mention as well that in many cases, these sorts of products have been found to contain ingredients not listed online, or even on the nutritional label of the supplement itself. “Products falsely marketed as “dietary supplements” or “foods” that promise to enhance your sexual performance or increase sexual stimulation might contain hidden drug ingredients or other undisclosed ingredients — and can endanger your health.”

They state in the press release linked above that in total, they have reviewed over 300 male enhancement supplements that were found to include undisclosed ingredients, including some that included ingredients usually reserved for prescription products. They conclude by warning users to be wary of supplements that:

  • “Promise quick results (within 30 to 40 minutes)
  • Are advertised as alternatives to FDA-approved prescription drugs
  • Are sold in single servings
  • Advertise via spam or unsolicited emails
  • Have labels written primarily in a foreign language
  • Have directions and warnings that mimic FDA-approved products”

Clinamax bills itself as a medical-strength male enhancement supplement, so we’ll next need to take a closer look at the ingredients used in its formula in order to determine just how effective they may be for you in practice.

Clinamax Formula Ingredients

On the product’s website, we’re shown that Clinamax includes the following seven ingredients in its formulation:

  • Horny goat weed extract
  • Ginkgo Biloba Extract
  • Saw palmetto extract
  • Muira Puama Extract
  • Bioperine
  • Asian Red Ginger Extracts
  • L-Arginine

What we aren’t shown, however, is how much of each ingredient is included. We reached out to customer support to try and clarify, but after confirming with a supervisor, they were unable to provide any additional insight here. Without this crucial piece of information, we’ve found based on our past experience reporting on similar products that it is very difficult to determine just how effective you can expect Clinamax to be for you.

Knowing this, do any of the seven ingredients above show any signs of being able to support bigger, longer erections, increased sexual energy and confidence, or staying power?

Based on information taken from authoritative sources such as WebMD, the Mayo Clinic, and Examine.com, only one of the above substances, L-arginine, has been listed as being potentially effective against ED symptoms when taken in doses of at least five grams per day. To drive home the point of concentration amounts being crucial, they list that dosages below this threshold may not be effective at all.

Potential Clinamax Side Effects

On an optimistic note, no serious side effects were reported for any of the ingredients found in Clinamax by WebMD, Drugs.com, or Examine.com. They did, however, list several minor side effects such as abdominal pain, headache, nausea, constipation, forceful heartbeat, and allergic skin reactions stemming from L-arginine, horny goat weed, and ginkgo biloba.

Again, without dosage information, it’s extremely difficult to predict how likely you are to experience any of these effects when taking Clinamax. If you ever have any personal concerns based on this information, it’s never a bad idea to speak with your doctor about them beforehand.

Clinamax Pricing & Return Policy

As of this writing, Clinamax was available exclusively from the manufacturer’s website online. It is sold as a free trial, meaning that you’ll only be asked to pay $4.95 for shipping to receive a 30-day supply of the supplement online. However, the terms listed on the website state that this will signal the beginning of your 15-day trial window. Once this period is up, you’ll be charged the full amount of $96.95 and enrolled in the company’s autoship program.

This means that you’ll be continually billed monthly for a new supply of Clinamax until you contact customer service at 888-312-9064 to cancel. You can also do this before the end of your trial to avoid being fully enrolled. Interestingly, the terms also state that outside of this initial 15-day window, no returns or refunds are allowed, period.

If returning within the initial time frame, you’ll be responsible for paying any shipping fees associated with getting the product back to the manufacturer.

The Bottom Line: Is Purchasing a Mal Enhancement Product Right for You?

Clinamax makes a number of bold claims about its ability to increase your sexual function, but based on everything that we’ve learned above, can you truly expect it to deliver? As we mentioned above, at HighYa, we’ve reported on dozens of male enhancement supplements over the years, including several that feature very similar website designs to the product in question.

The Mayo Clinic shares the concerns of the FDA mentioned above, advising its readers that male enhancement products can include ingredients that have potentially dangerous complications with a number of other common prescription drugs. They recommend speaking with a doctor before taking any for the first time.

As we discovered above, only one of the ingredients in Clinamax’s formula (L-arginine) has been shown by authoritative sources to support sexual health in a meaningful way. None of the others were listed as showing evidence for their ability to stimulate nitric oxide or free testosterone production, nor provide any of the main benefits described by the makers of the supplement.

When you couple all of the above with the potentially expensive autoship program (if you should fail to cancel it on time) and the prohibitive return policy, as consumers ourselves, we agree with the Mayo Clinic’s assessment that the best first move may be to speak with your doctor about the issues you are facing directly before purchasing any specific product.

By doing so, you will set yourself for success by receiving reliable, personal advice that will likely lead to a solution that works not just for now, but one that also serves you well in the long-term.

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