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Product Reviewed: Raging Lion

Price: $139.97

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Does Raging Lion Work?


Note: This is a review. Click here to visit the Raging Lion website.


Raging Lion Male Enhancement Review 1

Stronger sex drive, longer harder erections, increased passion and intensity, long lasting stamina, more satisfying sex than ever. These are the promises made by Raging Lion Male Enhancement pills. They’re good promises. They’re things most guys want. And for most guys, they’re achievable.

Not too long ago, Raging Lion made one more promise – the promise of bigger penis size. They’ve removed that promise, though, presumably because they got called on it either by customers or my an agency. The truth is no pill can make your member grow bigger. So the fact that the Raging Lion people removed that claim is a good thing. It takes them a step toward honesty and integrity. But what we’re really interested in is whether or not this stuff is effective, so let’s break it down.



How Raging Lion Works


Raging Lion uses a blend of all natural ingredients to help ensure that you’re in a position to give both your partner and yourself the most satisfying sexual experience possible. By boosting your libido, improving blood flow to your penis for harder erections, and allowing you to be in control of how long you last, Raging Lion gives you the confidence of all of history’s greatest lovers. And when you have that confidence, you have it all.


That’s the theory of all performance enhancement supplements, but it’s not worth a thing if you can’t back it up. So next, we’ll look at the formula to see if it supports the promises.


Raging Lion Ingredients


Here’s where things get interesting. The Raging Lion website displays sort of a collage of male enhancement ingredients including:


  • Lepedium Meyenii (Maca)
  • Polypodium Vulgare
  • Epimedium
  • L-Arginine
  • Panax Ginseng
  • Saw Palmetto
  • Tongkat Ali
  • Mucuna Gigantea


Raging Lion Male Enhancement Review 2


These are all typically found in male enhancement supplements, and for the most part, if included at the right concentrations, can serve a valuable purpose. But at the bottom of the webpage, there’s a link to the actual ingredients as shown on a Raging Lion product label. And you’re not going to believe this, but they’re not the same ingredients. There is some overlap, but it’s very clear that the display on the main web page is not representative of what’s actually in the pills.


Here’s what the label says the ingredients are:


  • Maca (1)
  • L-Arginine
  • Ginseng Blend
  • Tongkat Ali
  • Sasparilla
  • Pumpkin Seed
  • Muira Puama
  • Oat Straw
  • Nettle
  • Cayenne Pepper
  • Astragalus
  • Catuaba Bark
  • Licorice
  • Tribulus Terrestris (2)
  • Orchic Substance
  • Oyster Extract
  • Boron Chelate


No Polypodium Vulgare, no Epimedium, and no Saw Palmetto. Now, it’s not necessarily that these three ingredients would make or break the Raging Lion formula. The problem is that the discrepancy shows that either they’re lying or they’re incompetent, and either way, ti doesn’t engender the kind of trust you want to have in a company whose products you’re putting in your body.


As far as the ingredients on the label go, they’re a decent bunch. Tribulus, Oat Straw, Oyster Extract, Orchic Substance, Boron, and Tongkat Ali can all help boost testosterone. Maca, Muira Puama, and Catuaba Bark can increase libido. And L-Arginine and Ginseng can increase blood flow, giving you stronger, harder erections.


But the whole formula amounts to a proprietary blend of 500mg, so chances are there’s no more than a trace of each ingredient, hardly enough to have an effect.


Where to Buy Raging Lion


At this time, you won’t find Raging Lion in stores or online through retailers like Amazon.com. The only way to purchase it is to sign up for the free trial being offered through the Raging Lion website. But beware, this free trial is actually very expensive.


They get you to sign up by paying $6.97 for shipping, then the send you a bottle with a full 30-day supply. 10 days later, if you’re paying attention, you’ll see a charge on your credit card for $139.97. That’s not a typo. They’re actually going to charge you $139.97 for something you thought you were getting for free.


And it doesn’t stop there either. Every month, they’ll send you a new bottle and charge you $139.97 and to add insult to injury, the monthly shipping charge goes up to $9.97.


If this is not what you want, you need to call Raging Lion within 10 days of the day you place your order, and tell them you want to cancel your subscription and all future payments. It makes no sense, of course. How can you tell if this stuff will work when you only really have a few days tops to check it out? But that’s just further evidence that this company is not one you want to be doing business with.


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The website has a few raving customer testimonials, but given the other false statements and misleading information on the website, we don’t put a lot of faith in them. We tried scouring the internet for independent reviews, but there were none.


Raging Lion Pros


  • Hmm, still thinking.


Raging Lion Cons


  • The ingredients promoted on the website are not the same as what’s on the label.
  • The 500mg proprietary blend isn’t enough to have basically any effect at all.
  • The free trial is far from free.
  • The $140 price tag for 500mg total of 17 different ingredients is utterly ridiculus. The recommended daily dose of L-Arginine alone is to 5 grams for six weeks according to the mayo clinic.
  • There are no real Raging Lion reviews from actual customers who’ve used it.


Our Raging Lion Conclusion


Save your money, fellas. Raging Lion is not worth half of what they’re charging. It’s one of the most blatant supplement scams I’ve seen. They don’t even bother to get their information correct, but they have no problem sticking you with a $140 charge before you even have a chance to try the stuff out. There are reputable companies out there. Raging Lion just isn’t one of them.




(1) Maca: From traditional food crop to energy and libido stimulant. Balick, Michael J; Lee, Roberta. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine8.2 (Mar/Apr 2002): 96-8.


(2) The hormonal effects of Tribulus terrestris and its role in the management of male erectile dysfunction – an evaluation using primates, rabbit and rat. Kalamegam GauthamanAdaikan P. Ganesan. Phytomedicine. Volume 15, Issues 1–2, 25 January 2008, Pages 44–54.

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