About Raging Lion
Whether it’s lack of stamina, brief erections, or just zero desire, poor sexual performance can have a big impact on your relationship.
But Raging Lion, a natural male enhancement supplement, uses a blend of ingredients to help provide you with better erections, increased size, boosted stamina, and more intense orgasms. In short, it’ll help you experience more satisfying sex.
All you have to do it take 1 capsule in the morning and another at night, and the fast-acting formula will allow you to “unleash your raging lion!”
Look, we’ve reviewed a lot of male enhancement supplements here at HighYa, so we’ve seen all of these exact same claims before. But is there anything that’s different about Raging Lion? That’s exactly what we’ll discuss here.
And the best place to start is with Raging Lion’s ingredients.
How Effective Are Raging Lion’s Ingredients?
Here’s what we’re told Raging Lion contains:
- Polypodium vulgare
- Lepidium meyenii (maca)
- Epimedium (horny goat weed)
- Panax ginseng
- Tongkat ali (eurycoma longfolia)
- Saw palmetto
- Mucuna gigantea
Will any of these provide you with results?
L-arginine turns into nitric oxide inside your body, which is a chemical known to widen blood vessels and improve blood flow, including to the penis. As such, taking 5 grams daily is listed as “possibly effective” for improving erectile dysfunction symptoms.
Similarly, Panax (Asian) ginseng might also be effective for improving ED symptoms when taken in 900mg doses, three times daily.
Maca is listed as possibly effective for increasing sexual desire in men when taken in 1500 to 3000mg daily doses.
Finally, tongkat ali might help improve male infertility, but there’s no evidence that it can boost libido or enhance sexual performance.
Outside of these, however, there isn’t enough clinical evidence showing that any of Raging Lion’s other ingredients will provide the results claimed by the manufacturer. And even for those that may provide some benefit, they almost certainly won’t be as amazing as the company makes it seem. Why?
First, while the improved blood flow provided by Raging Lion’s ingredients might give you slightly firmer erections or give your libido a small boost, the available clinical evidence doesn’t support the claim that they’ll turn on your “sexual beast mode.” And there most certainly isn’t any evidence that they’ll increase size (more about this shortly—no pun intended).
Secondly, Raging Lion’s manufacturer doesn’t think it’s important to list a product label on their website, so we can’t know how much of each ingredient the supplement contains. This also means we can’t know if it contains enough to be effective.
Does Raging Lion Contain Yohimbe?
Important note: On the Raging Lion website, the manufacturer references a MedlinePlus article for yohimbe, which states: “There is evidence that yohimbine, the active ingredient of yohimbe, can be helpful for ED,” in addition to, “There is evidence from many studies that yohimbine, the active ingredient of yohimbe, can improve sexual problems associated with this class of medications used for depression.”
Here’s the catch: Did you miss yohimbe in the ingredients section above? That’s because it’s not listed anywhere on the Raging Lion site!
Is yohimbe actually included in the supplement? If so, how much? We’re simply not provided with any of this important information.
Regardless, will any of Raging Lion’s ingredients cause harm?
Potential Raging Lion Side Effects
Alright, so they might have limited-to-no effectiveness, but the good news is that most of Raging Lion’s ingredients should be safe to take (of course, always speak with your doctor first). And if you do experience side effects, it probably won’t be anything worse that mild digestive upset.
However, in some instances, WebMD notes that l-arginine can cause “blood abnormalities, allergies, airway inflammation, worsening of asthma, and low blood pressure.”
On top of this, some of Raging Lion’s ingredients (such as tongkat ali) are fairly new, and there isn’t enough known about them to fully understand possible side effects, effective dosing, or long-term safety.
Remember how we talked about increasing size above? Let’s come back around to that for a moment.
Is It Possible To Increase Penis Size?
Want the quick answer? Other than perhaps a slight boost to girth caused by additional blood flow, no; it isn’t possible.
Looking for in-depth information? If you type “increase penis size” into your favorite search engine, you’ll be met with thousands of products—from pumps and creams to supplements like Raging Lion—that claim to increase the size of your manhood.
Regardless of how they claim to work or the overzealous results they promise to deliver, the fact of the matter is that they won't increase the size of your penis. Plain and simple.
In fact, the only way to reliably increase penis length is by undergoing surgery, where the ligament that connects the penis to the pelvic bone is cut. However, following the surgery your member will no longer be able to “salute,” and you might gain an inch at best.
You can also increase the girth of your penis through surgical procedures like tissue grafts or implanting fat or silicone. But again, the results are typically minor, and come with some unwanted side effects.
Given all of this, even if Raging Lion’s ingredients maximize blood flow to your penis as well as the company claims, you might only expect a firmer—but not a longer or bigger—erection.
Still thinking about giving Raging Lion a try? If so, how much will you pay?
How Much Does Raging Lion Cost?
The only way to purchase Raging Lion is through the company’s free trial (which we generally recommend staying away from).
First, you’ll pay $4.97 to cover S&H, and you’ll be sent a full size bottle. Then, 10 days after your purchase, you’ll be charged the mind-boggling price of $139.97!
But it doesn’t stop there: You’ll also be sent a new bottle of Raging Lion once per month through the company’s recurring shipping program, and will be charged $139.97 plus $9.97 S&H each time!
You’ll have 30 days to return your bottle of Raging Lion, less S&H charges, although this only applies to unopened packages. You open it, you bought it!
In order to cancel your automatic shipments, end your free trial, or request a refund, you’ll need to call customer service at 855-511-1087.
How does Raging Lion’s price compare to the competition?
Raging Lion vs. Other Male Enhancement Supplements
Here at HighYa, we’ve reviewed dozens of the most popular male enhancement and testosterone booster supplements, including Alpha Limit, RexaVar, Spartagen XT, and more. Many of these even feature similar ingredient formulations as Raging Lion, although it’s definitely near the top as far as price. What’s everyone saying?
Among more than 100 HighYa reader reviews, these products had an average rating of just 2 stars (read: be very cautious). Why? Most customers complained of failure to work as advertised, excessively high prices, and problems with the free trial.
Will you experience the same with Raging Lion? Let’s bring everything together and find out.
What’s the Bottom Line About Raging Lion?
To sum everything up, it’s our opinion that you’ll be taking a big risk by ordering Raging Lion. Not only will you be putting a largely unknown substance from an unknown manufacturer in your body, but you’ll be paying an awful lot of money to do so.
And on top of its high price, based on customer feedback for other male enhancement supplements, you might experience some pushback when calling customer service to cancel your trial or request a refund. In some instances, customers were required to get their credit card company involved in order to put a stop to the charges.
Pro tip: For more information, be sure to read our Testosterone Booster Buyer’s Guide.
Given all of this, we’d strongly recommend speaking with your doctor if you’re regularly experiencing sexual problems, instead of purchasing Raging Lion. And in the mean time, why not check out these 5 natural treatments for erectile dysfunction?
1 out 1 people found this review helpful
This product is not only a scam, it is dangerous
I took the pills as directed. Not only did it not increase sexual abilities, it caused a total loss of erectile function. I called to tell them to cancel any subscription, and they began to try to tell they would cancel them for $68.00. I told him he was out of his mind. I was thinking of calling the Feds to tell them this is a dangerous product. Please stay away.
I am still scared they will try to charge me a restocking fee. If they do, I will sue and report them to everyone including Better Business, News media, and Center for Health.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
5 out 5 people found this review helpful
This company is a scam.
I ordered this product, and the company proceeded to take $144.76 out of my account twice within a two weeks period of time in April of 2016. I tried to have them to stop the product because it was not disclosed that the actual price was $144.76 per month. They could not find my name in the system whatsoever. After talking to this bogus company for two days, the supervisor found me in the system. They refunded my money back (totaling $289.52).
Now, here it is February 2017, and I received a call from a collection agency. I am in a third party collection agency for $279.94. How in the heck am I in collections when they gave me my money back last year? The collection agency could not give me any info on the bogus company. I called my bank, and it is documented what happened. They supplied me with The Raging Lion phone number (888 801 0689).
I spoke with a representative who told me that I would have to speak with the collection agency, who does not know anything. To be honest, they are in the same boat of stupidity.
Long story short, the collection agency and this bogus company will be waiting a mighty long time for me to pay this. I would not recommend this company to ANYONE! It is a scam, and they need to be put out of business. If you notice, when you order from this company, there is no number or address listed. Do not buy this product. It is a money scam.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend