RopaxinT Review – SCAM ALERT
What is going on with RopaxinT?
RopaxinT looks like a scam. It is a testosterone booster supplement, but when I want to do any research in to the brand, the company and the ingredients there’s nothing available.
Their website features every key component geared for selling.
Lean, muscular man – check
A sense of urgency – check
Told it has been ranked as a #1 product – check
Promises of more muscle and better sex drive – check
Pulling the pain of low test levels – check
There’s nothing wrong with this, if the product works. PLUS, they have to sell the product but this is where it gets a little strange…
They don’t seem to be selling anything..!
Yes, you read that correctly. They aren’t selling it.
They are giving away a free trial.
Whaoh, no-one gives anything away for free. No, they don’t. This isn’t either.
Read on for more…
TL:DR – Video
There are many claims for this product, and it all sounds quite impressive. No, scratch that. It sounds very impressive. Are sure this isn’t steroids?!
Let’s take a quick stock check of what Ropaxin can do:
Increase muscle and test levels
Better sex drive
FREE – Okay, this is the trick. It is a free trial.
More on this later. Read on…
I have no idea.
The website doesn’t tell me how much each daily dose is, or how many doses or pills to have per day.
We don’t even know what form this supplement comes in.
I’m guessing pills or tablets, but there’s nothing to confirm or say otherwise.
Ingredients: The Research
Again, this is very think on the ground. There’s not a great deal to go on.
Although, it does say there’s horny goat weed and tribulus included, so let’s discuss those two ingredients.
I do not know what you have heard or read about tribulus, but, it’s most likely bull shit.
If you type tribulus in to any search engine, apart from one exception on the first page and one exception on the second page, every result is exclaiming the virtues of tribulus and how to buy it.
This, quite understandably, has lead a lot of people to believe it is a beneficial product.
However, those pages do not offer science, they do not provide research studies from reputable or reliable sources.
They are there to sell and make money. The truth is not policed. You have to dog a bit deeper and then you will find research that contradicts all of the claims and benefits that you have read about tribulus.
Tribulus does not, I repeat, does not increase testosterone levels. 
‘…It was concluded that T. terrestris did not produce the large gains in strength or lean muscle mass that many manufacturers claim can be experienced within 5-28 days…’
– Horny Goat Weed (Epimedium)
The story behind horny goat weed is rather strange.
Some goats started eating the plant epimedium and they became slightly more frisky.
Naturally, the best thing to do is then assume that it will make people more sexually rampant.
So, it is used to increase blood flow and hopefully improve erections. However, there’s no scientific or clinical evidence that stipulates that epimedium has these effects.
Furthermore, it may act as an estrogen, so the opposite of testosterone. This is not a good call. 
What a shit show.
Neither ingredient that we are privy too (there could be more, they’ve just not told us) has any reliable body of proof backing the manufactures claims.
This is lacking so many useful nutrients.
Pros & Cons
- There’s nothing to say
- The number of ingredients and the exact ingredients are not disclosed
- The free trial is fraught with complications
Okay, hopefully you have just read the last point.
Yes, the free trial, is only free if you follow strict procedures.
So, when you enter your name and shipping details for your ‘free’ trial there’s a little T&C’s bit to click.
It is very easy to miss, and located in very small text right underneath a big red button urging you to complete the checkout.
Checkout? I thought it was free?
Well, you have to pay a reasonable shipping fee.
However, buy clicking the button to complete the checkout you are then subject to a number of conditions you have to adhere to for the free bottle. Which is only free if the product is returned unopened and unused within 30 days of the order date.
Obviously you then have to pay for return shipping, and you’ll need it to be tracked.
If you do not do any of this, you will be charged $92/£70.
You will be included in an auto-renew option that charges you every 14 days and sends you another bottle.
What are your thoughts? Is this a scam?
It is hard not to think that it is a scam, or at least misleading.
The website is geared towards funneling you as quickly as possible to buy while missing the important T&C’s.
Sense of urgency techniques are used and the ingredients are not even disclosed – that would probably mean more time spent on the page and doing research which would delay sales.
From what i can see, the two ingredients that are included will not help increase testosterone anyway. So the product itself is crap.
However, the sales techniques employed are alarming. You would be charged nearly $200/£140 per month for two bottle of product you probably was not aware of.
For many people, that could send them over their monthly spending budgets, especially if you have children and payments to meet.
Take a look at the best legal and safe test boosters on the market.
 The effect of five weeks of Tribulus terrestris supplementation on muscle strength and body composition during preseason training in elite rugby league players. Rogerson S, Riches CJ, Jennings C, Weatherby RP, Meir RA, Marshall-Gradisnik SM.J Strength Cond Res. 2007 May;21(2):348-53.