Sutra X Review
Sutra X is an Ayurvedic male enhancement supplement based on traditional Indian medicine. It is made from a well respected company and has relatively high quality ingredients inside it.
While I enjoy other products that this company makes, this particular formula didn’t leave me with any significant results. I would recommend that you look at more effective supplement options – like some of my personal favorites.
Read the full review below.
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Sutra X is an Ayurvedic supplement that is manufactured by a legitimate supplement company based in California. Ayurvedic medicine is traditional Indian medicine that sources all of its ingredients from natural and herbal products.
I was researching new supplements to review and add to this website and I came upon this supplement on an Ayurvedic forum, I was stoked to find another male enhancement based Ayurvedic supplement because they are relatively hard to come by – a very niche supplement. I ordered a bottle from the Parason website and tested it out for a few weeks. Read more to find out my experience in this Sutra X review.
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Sutra X Review: Another Ayurvedic Supplement?
Sutra X is a male enhancement supplement that has it’s roots in Ayurvedic medicine. It is manufactured by an American companies and is a well respected brand. I love Ayurvedic medicine because it focuses on rejuvenating the body rather than solving a problem. It boosts the bodies processes
What’s on the label?
This is a copy and paste of this particular supplements label taken directly from their website:
Serving Size : 1 Capsule
Serving per Container : 30
Vitamin E (as d-Alpha Tocopheryl Succinate)10 IU
Niacin (as Nicotinic Acid)35 mg175Inosine25 mg*
Sutra-XTM Ayurvedic DS69TM
[Tribulus Fruit (Tribulus terrestris) (fruit), Cayenne Fruit Extract (Capsicum Species) (fruit)]
Sutra-XTM Asian HEP452TM452 mg*[Hawthorn Fruit (Crataegus pinnatifia) (fruit), Horny Goat Weed (Epimedium sagittatum) (whole plant), Damiana Leaf (Turnera diffusa) (leaf), Muira Puama (Ptychopetalum olacoides) (root), Ginkgo Biloba 50:1 PE (standardized to naturally contain 24% ginkgoflavonglycosides and 6% terpene lactones) (Ginkgo biloba) (leaf)]
*Daily Value and/or Recommended Daily Intake not established.
There is clearly a lot of thought that went into this particular formula and I was excited to see that it was getting relatively good reviews wherever I looked. Now there aren’t a ton of reviews as this is a pretty niche supplement that not many people know about.
How Do You Use Sutra X?
You are supposed to take one pill per day. This is a slow acting supplement and the effects can sometimes take up to 2 months to start becoming apparent. This is preventative medicine that heals your body and will boost your penis health over the course of time.
My Experience With Sutra X:
So I started taking this particular supplement daily alongside my normal routine. As I thought for the first 3 weeks I didn’t notice any effect from the supplement which is sometimes common with slow acting male enhancement supplements. I waited another 2 weeks and I was still wondering where the effect of this supplement was. I then started to take 2 pills per week after the 5 week mark to the 2 month mark. After that trial period was over I actually didn’t feel any different then when I had started. Maybe it was benefitting me in other ways?
I didn’t notice any difference with Sutra X, perhaps the quality of their ingredients aren’t up to par. Which is a bummer because it is a relatively established company.
While I am a big fan of Ayurvedic supplements, Sutra X didn’t do it for me. It is a well respected company and they put out some other great products but I was disappointed with this particular one. I didn’t see any results from it and I asked for a refund. If you are interested in other Ayurvedic supplements I would recommend that you check out the Ayurvedic portion of my website to see other male enhancement supplements that I recommend.
Have you tried Sutra X? What is your take on Ayurvedic supplements?