What Is Ogoplex Made Of?

By Dana George

  • Overview

    There is certainly no shortage of male enhancement supplements these days. It isn't necessarily a sign of the times, just an indication that there is a growing market. But, one of the main problems with this sort of trend toward sexual stimulants isn't the actual efficacy of the given formula, though there are uncertainties surrounding this, but really what that formula could potentially do to you. Ogoplex is one such product, which begs the question of what is actually in this herbal supplement that could theoretically make it work. And if it does work, do any of the ingredients have any undesired side effects?
  • Identification

    Ogoplex is yet another male enhancement formula in a long line of other male enhancement formulas. It claims to give a man better erections, more control over these erections and an increased sexual performance. And much like many of its counterparts, these results are achieved through a "proprietary blend" of herbs and nutrients.
  • Ingredients

    One of the main ingredients in Ogoplex is an extract found in many of the other male enhancement formulas. This would be that of the saw palmetto berry, which is said to essentially help with the health of the prostate, increasing a man's ability with sexual activity. The other main ingredient is Swedish flower pollen extract, purportedly used to enhance the muscle tone of the penis. The other ingredients are Vitamins A and E, dicalcium phosphate, croscarmellose sodium, microcrystalline cellulose, stearic acid, silica and magnesium stearate.


  • Effects

    While most of the ingredients pose no real threat to a person's health, saw palmetto has been known to produce certain side effects in some men. While not necessarily severe, you should still consult your doctor if you experience nausea or upset stomach, abdominal pain, dizziness, mild to moderate fatigue, dry mouth and headaches or migraines. Some men have also complained of an allergic reaction to the botanical substance, usually presenting itself as a rash, hives, swollen skin, swollen face or tongue and a tight throat. On rare occasions, men have even suffered chest pains and/or a trouble breathing.
  • Considerations

    Due to the fact that Ogoplex is an herbal supplement, it doesn't need to conform to the same standardizations as prescription drugs, making its efficacy and derivatives as well as potential drug interactions not completely known. When a drug goes through clinical trials, researchers are able to get a better understanding of how the drug may actually affect a person. Ogoplex has never gone through any such trial, which could lead a person to believe that their claims are somewhat empty.
  • Warning

    As with virtually every medication or supplement, you should indicate to your doctor that you are on or are planning to take Ogoplex. Since studies are limited on this supplement, your doctor will have a better understanding of any potential risks you may have for using the product. Some medications have been known to become less effective when taking certain herbal substances.
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