Sunergetic Review

Sunergetic is an herbal supplement that claims to increase libido, strengthen libido, balance blood sugar, promote healthier weight loss, boost sexual performance, reduce erectile dysfunction, improve stamina, and improve sexual pleasure. However, there is very little scientific evidence behind the claims made by this supplement. The products have been endorsed by well-known health and wellness experts including Holly Hayden, author of The Healthy Heart Diet.

The products contain herbs that have long been used by Native Americans to treat a wide range of conditions, including headaches, arthritis, insomnia, indigestion, pain, urinary tract infections, and acne. The ingredients that this supplement uses are all recognized as safe for use in Europe and Asia, but there are no published clinical trials with respect to the products being sold in the United States.

Many of the ingredients in Sunergetic products are known to help enhance female libido, including tribulus terrestris, stinging nettle, and kava. The active ingredient in Sunergetic called L-Arginine is also used for sexual enhancement. The benefits of the ingredients that are contained in Sunergetic are based on preliminary clinical studies, but they have not yet been tested on patients.

Other ingredients included in Sunergetic include L-carnitine, L-glutamine, and Vitamin E. These ingredients have also been used in herbal supplements for a long time to treat conditions such as high cholesterol and hypertension. However, in order for the products to be effective, you have to take them on a regular basis. The effectiveness of the products will vary from person to person. It is not known how long they will maintain the results, or what the possible side effects might be.

A recent study on the effects of the vitamins and minerals in Sunergetic has been published in the Journal of Natural Products and Health. One of the key ingredients in Sunergetic called L-arginine has been shown to help reduce anxiety, as well as improving moods and mood regulation. However, it is unclear whether L-arginine can relieve menopausal symptoms like hot flashes and fatigue. Other studies have shown that L-glutamine can help increase the body’s ability to fight off depression and that it can help relieve muscle soreness and reduce cramps.

It appears that the combination of L-arginine and L-glutamine might provide a natural aphrodisiac and stimulate the production of sex hormones. Although many supplements are used to increase sex drive, it is not known whether or not this combination is safe. The FDA has not evaluated the ingredients in Sunergetic to determine whether they are safe to use in combination with prescription medications.