Megadrox

Posted by Ann Maddox • May 29, 2018

Megadrox is a muscle-building dietary product that contains such ingredients as maca root, l-arginine HCL, horny goat weed, yohimbe and tribulus terrestris. These ingredients are said to boost muscle growth, increase stamina, and promote fat burning process. The supplement is also supposed to increase the muscle mass by 35%. There is an official website that provides little information about the product's contents, but offers a few before and after photos. The supplement can only be bought directly from the official website, outside retailers do not sell it. There is a trial period, but it is associated with many complaints from real users of the product. Megadrox bottle is small and portable.

The company behind the product is called Megadrox. There is no information about the history of the business on the official website that was created in March 2016. The company also offers another product, Testadrox. It is a testosterone booster that is recommended to be used in combination with Megadrox. The manufacturers official address is: 8390 E Via de Ventura F-110 #260; Scottsdale, Arizona 85258. There is also another address listed as PO Box 6645 in Scottsdale, AZ 85261-6645.

Does It Have Any Side Effects?

The official website of Megadrox does not give any information on possible side effects of the supplement. However, they do occur. These are the dangers carried by separate ingredients in the product. For example, yohimbe that contains yohimbine as its active ingredient can cause excitation, stomach upset and other stomach problems, tremor, anxiety, sleep problems, agitation, a racing heartbeat, high blood pressure, dizziness, sinus pain, drooling, irritability, frequent urination, headache, bloating, nausea and rash.

L-arginine is another component that can be harmful for human health too. It is not recommended to people who have recently had an acute heart attack. It should be avoided by pregnant and breast-feeding women, this ingredient may interact with some drugs including cholesterol-lowering agents and insulin. L-arginine may increase the effects of isosorbide mononitrate and other nitric oxide donors, such as glyceryl trinitrate and sodium nitroprusside. L-arginine may cause a few adverse reactions such as nausea and diarrhea, bitter taste in the mouth. Due to its ability to widen blood vessels, the user may experience low blood pressure. High concentrations of nitric oxide produced by L-arginine can be toxic to brain tissue.

Taking Maca is associated with feeling "jittery" or "wired." People who start to use this compound may feel "too energized". In this case, it is recommended to reduce your dosage. Another side effect is insomnia. Many people feel difficulty falling asleep when taking Maca for the first time. To decrease this effect we recommend to take the supplement before 2pm and to reduce your dosage. Maca may be linked to such unpleasant digestive issues as slight cramping, upset stomach, or gas. This may be due to the starch content in the plant. Some customers report the development of acne when using Maca. One may also experience heart burn, iodine allergy and thyroid issues.

You can find some positive testimonials which seem to be paid for. But there are also negative ones in which users complain about free trial offer. Here are some of these revies.

"The marketing around megadrox is very sketchy. The auto-shipment and billing work in a wrong way. They start counting days not since you have received the product but since you have ordered it. Besides, they will bill your credit card without even asking or informing you."

"Megadrox is a scam. This product simply does not work. I have been a body builder for 20 years and tried many energy boosters, but this product disappointed me too much. If you want to improve your test levels, get another alternative at a lower cost."

"Megadrox is a risky financial affair. I have not even taken it yet but I can see that it is associated with a set of terms and conditions you have to stick to. I also had problems with contacting the company on the phone. Very doubtful company and marketing."