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By Carl Thompson
December 18, 2017

Magnum Instincts

Magnum Instincts, a new “personal performance product” for men, promises to increase libido, performance, and enhance sensation.

Can Magnum Instincts deliver where it really counts?

The Magnum Instincts Formula

Magnum Instincts’ formula consists of eight interesting ingredients that Magnum Instincts claims will improve male performance.

Carnosyn beta alanine (170 mg) is a patented amino acid and a building block of carnosine. Carnosine is a dipeptide found in skeletal muscle tissue where it boosts muscle development, function, and repair.[1]

Cordyceps sinensis (150 mg) is a fungus that is found in many male enhancement products. A recent study found the ingredient improves testosterone levels in mice.[2]

Epimedium (140 mg) is also known as “horny goat weed” and has long treated male sexual dysfunction. A recent study appears to support this use when it found the ingredient boosts penile erection in animals.[3]

Maca powder (100 mg) comes from the root plant known as “Peruvian ginseng.” The ingredient is often used to increase male sexual function, endurance, and energy. Modern studies confirm this use and show maca powder does indeed improve erections for humans.[4]

L-citrulline malate (100 mg) is an amino acid that works with beta alanine to produce nitric oxide, which improves vascular performance.

L-citrulline malate increases vasodilation,[5] facilitating blood flow and oxygen delivery, thus enhancing erections.

Lycium barbarum (75 mg) is the scientific name for the goji berry, used for centuries to treat male sexual dysfunctions. A recent study shows the ingredient raises sex hormone levels and improves fertility in rats.[6]

L-lysine (50 mg) is an amino acid that Magnum Instincts claims increases sperm and testosterone production. However, modern science does not back those claims, finding no connection between lysine and testosterone. Clinical studies also show that lysine actually does not stimulate sperm.[7]

Zinc monomethionine is a compound which makes zinc more easily absorbed by the body. Zinc is found in many testosterone supplements because zinc helps inhibit the conversion of testosterone into estrogen.

Is It Effective?

It’s hard to say. While many of the ingredients increase libido, performance, and testosterone in animals, it’s unclear whether the ingredients produce the same effects in humans.

Also, with no user reviews on Magnum Instincts, it’s difficult to get third party statements on the effectiveness of the product.

Is It Safe?

The ingredients in Magnum Instincts are natural and for the most part safe. However, if taken in high dosages, these ingredients can become toxic and damage cells and organs.

Make sure to drink plenty of water if you take Magnum Instincts, since the water will dilute the severity of any side effects.

How Do You Use It?

Take 1-2 capsules with a glass of warm water at least 40 minutes prior to any sexual activity.

For best results, take 2 hours after eating a meal as absorption rates will be high at that time.

How Much Does It Cost?

Magnum Instincts can be purchased online from various Canada-based vendors. The best deals I found are:

• VitaMart.ca: $59.97 for 10 capsules
• SupplementSource.ca: $45.00 for 10 capsules
• BodyBuilding.com: $49.99 for 10 capsules

Assuming an average price of $5.00 per capsule, the recommend dose will cost you an expensive $10.00 each time.

Also, Magnum Instincts is not backed by any sort of manufacturer guarantee.

Should You Buy Testosterone Success?

While some ingredients in Magnum Instincts’ formula are impressive, none are definitively proven to work. And with a price tag like Magnum Instincts has, you expect mind-blowing results.

All in all, we recommend saving your money and moving on to a male enhancement product that is backed by more impressive research.

References

[1] Hoffman, J. R., et al. “Effect of creatine and ß-Alanine supplementation on performance and endocrine responses in strength/power athletes.” Int. J. Sport Nutr. Exerc. Metab, 16 (2006): 430-446. Effect of creatine and b-alanine supplements on performance

[2] Huang, Bu-Miin, et al. “Effects of Cordyceps sinensis on testosterone production in normal mouse Leydig cells.” Life Sciences, 69.22 (2001): 2593-2602. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11712663

[3] See Han, Wei-Ru, et al. “The effect of Epimedium brevicornum Maxim (Yin Yang Huo) extract on elicitation of penile erection, and its power spectral analysis in rats.” Information Technology Applications in Biomedicine, 2007. ITAB 2007. 6th International Special Topic Conference on. IEEE, 2007. The effect of Epimedium brevicornum Maxim (Yin Yang Huo) extract on elicitation of penile erection

[4] Dording, Christina M., et al. “A Double‐Blind, Randomized, Pilot Dose‐Finding Study of Maca Root (L. Meyenii) for the Management of SSRI‐Induced Sexual Dysfunction.” CNS Neuroscience & Therapeutics, 14.3 (2008): 182-191. Maca root effect on sexual dysfunction

[5] WebMD.com. “L-Citrulline overview information.” Accessed 4.03.2013. WebMD discusses amino acid l-citrulline

[6] For example, Luo Q., et al. “See WebMD.com. “Lycium barbarum polysaccharides: Protective effects against heat-induced damage of rat testes and H2O2-induced DNA damage in mouse testicular cells and beneficial effect on sexual behavior and reproductive function of hemicastrated rats.” Life Science, 79:7 (2006): 613-21. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16563441

[7] For example, Luo Q., et al. “See WebMD.com. “Lycium barbarum polysaccharides: Protective effects against heat-induced damage of rat testes and H2O2-induced DNA damage in mouse testicular cells and beneficial effect on sexual behavior and reproductive function of hemicastrated rats.” Life Science, 79:7 (2006): 613-21. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16563441

[8] Keller, David W., et al. “L-arginine stimulation of human sperm motility in vitro.” Biology of Reproduction, 13.2 (1975): 154-157. http://www.biolreprod.org/content/13/2/154.short

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