Have you tried Orexis? It seems to work well but if you don't cycle it, it becomes useless.
I was wondering if it could be a good substitute for Passion Rx in the rotation since they share many ingredients.
Yes, I have tried it, and yes, you can substitute it for Passion Rx if it's been working for you..
Personally, I found it to be jittery in a caffeine way.
The manufacturer doesn't disclose the exact amount of each herb in the product, but I have a feeling they went too heavy on the yohimbe.
That's what made it a deal killer for me.
I want to feel good after I take a Testosterone Booster, not in the mood to commit murder, or have a nervous breakdown.
That being said, it is made with an excellent blend of herbs, so if it's getting the job done, go ahead and stick with it.
Some people have a high tolerance for yohimbe, and you may be one of them.
When it's gone you can upgrade to Passion Rx, which I believe is a much better product.
If you check out Orexis on Amazon, you'll find that the reviews are pretty brutal.
Almost half the users give it 1 star, the lowest rating.
Several complain about the buzzy side effects, but many don't.
The biggest complaint is, the product doesn't do squat.
If you're a regular around here, you're probably laughing to yourself right now.
For those who don't know...
You can't take the same testosterone booster every day of the week and expect anything positive to come of it.
Daily use will cause your body to build up a tolerance to the product, and it will completely stop working.
You have to cycle your supplements on a daily basis to keep your body off balance and guessing at all times.
Follow this one simple rule, and your supplements will deliver the goods each and every time you take them.
Thanks for your question!
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