Supplements for improving sexual performance and for building a muscular body have been popular for many years among men.
A large buff body has been directly associated with better health and being more attractive.
That’s why products such as Celuraid Extreme are consistently selling very well. Celuraid Extreme is being distributed by various websites.
Although many blogs claim that you can get a free trial by visiting the official website of Celuraid, I personally have yet to find the said website. So instead I ordered from another site.
- It boosts testosterone levels in the body
- Aims to improve sexual health
- Promotes muscle growth
- Increases stamina
- Made of all-natural and safe ingredients
Celuraid Extreme contains the following natural extracts:
- oat straw
- nettle leaf
- tribulus terristris
- fruit of the Ayurveda plant)
- Long jack
- long used since ancient times to boost energy and strength
It also contains the following active ingredients:
- Creatine HCL
- L-Arginine HCL
How does Celuraid work?
Celuraid Extreme works by facilitating energy production at the cellular level. This leads to boosted stamina in the gym and in the bedroom.
It also enhances blood flow to the genitals and provides all the necessary nutrients for a long-lasting erection.
This, along with proper diet and exercise, can result in a very satisfying sex life for you and your partner.
- Supplement comes in a convenient capsule form that is easily absorbed by the body.
- Easy enough to find, carried by many online health shops.
- Gives an energy boost to go about daily activities
- Generally affordable
- Can’t seem to find an official website or additional information about the manufacturer
- Outrageous claims for what looks like just a regular vitamin supplement
- Not certified safe by any medical authority
- Affordable but I don’t think it is worth the price
The supplement is generally ok, got a pretty good energy boost. As for all the other claims, the difference doesn’t seem that noticeable. I also feel a little bit concerned that no reputable health shop seems to carry it.
It’s mostly just available on websites with a lot of pop-ads.
Is Celuraid a scam?
It might not really be a scam so much as it is over hyped snake oil. I find it very concerning that I don’t know much about the makers, but looking at the ingredients, it seems to be just another normal multivitamin with crazy claims.
Definitely not worth a second buy.
Celuraid Side effects
Fortunately, there don’t really seem to be any bad effects yet, although I can’t tell from just a few days of use.
The only slightly bad effect was that it would cause mild headaches from time to time. I’ve stopped using it since because I may have an adverse reaction to some of the components.
This product, although not necessarily bad, was over-hyped. To me it seems like just a regular supplement made of ingredients which are already being used in the market. That being said, I would rather source my vitamins from a reputable shop.
My main gripe with this product is the lack of legitimate shops that carry and vouch for it. For what it can do, I would rather look somewhere else.