I’ve been using the Super Male Vitality supplement from Infowars for a while and I thought that I should share a review with the readers of my blog.
This formula contains various herbs and extracts, some of which are cold pressed. The cold pressing technique is designed to preserve and stabilize more of the active plant compounds and essential oils without oxidation in order to enhance their positive effects.
I tried a similar product in capsule form named Antroplex which I have also reviewed. That product shares some of the same ingredients but they are processed in a different manner and packages inside a capsule instead of a liquid format.
Super Male Vitality has the following:
Tribulus terrestris fruit, Suma root, Ashwagunda root, Maca root, Avena sativa root, Tongkat Ali root, Catuaba bark, Muira puama bark, and Fulvic acid. These are commonly available from many sources including Amazon. Super Male Vitality combines these in an easy to take formula.
I was taking 2 droppers full once a day in the afternoon, which is half the recommended dose per the label. It tastes pretty good. I used two bottles and ran out a couple of weeks ago. I didn’t notice a dramatic effect but I’m going to reorder a bottle and try taking it twice a day to see if I notice a difference. I think it was helping me keep my general energy level up during the day, especially in the afternoon. I didn’t feel that effect with Anthroplex, and if I had to choose between the two of them, I am picking Super Male Vitality.
It’s tough to really tell a difference when you are taking multiple supplements, so I’m focused on longer term observations, and letting a supplement run out for a while and seeing if I notice a difference afterwards, in addition to when I’ve been taking one for a while. If you want to start taking any supplement, you should contact your physician in advance.