Roaring Tiger Max Review – What you need to know 

All you need to know about Roaring Tiger Max


If you’ve read our recent reviews, you might have noticed that we are focusing more on male enhancement systems, or products that offer a pill, patch, or cream to create results for male enhancements. We’ve always known that supplement stacks work, just like how Formula 41 Extreme works wonders with Blue Lightning. However, we’re looking for evidence that product systems work.

Roaring Tiger is a male enhancement that involves a pill and a patch to create penis enlargement effects. We’ve heard about Roaring Tiger years ago, but haven’t really gotten around to review the product. Now that we finally decided to review the product, we were surprised to find out that Roaring Tiger has cut the patch from its product list, and the only product that they are offering is the pill (Roaring Tiger Max).


Roaring Tiger wasn’t a big name 5 years ago, but you occasionally encounter the name when you’re browsing for male enhancement products. We were surprised to find that they no longer offer the patch, and a bunch of their other products too. We did a little bit of digging and found out that the FDA has issued a warning on RT Nutrition LLC, the makers of Roaring Tiger because their product website violated a bunch of regulations that the FDA has in place, which led to the removal of some of their products, and the reformulation of Roaring Tiger Max.


We looked for the ingredients of Roaring Tiger Max on their website, but unfortunately none of it was published on their main page. We found a different page that backlinked to Roaring Tiger Max’s ingredient list, which gave us the following ingredients:

  • L-Arginine
  • Tongkat Ali
  • Horny Goat Weed
  • Bioperine

We appreciate the fact that the formula was kept short and simple. Usually simple formulas are the most effective. L-Arginine functions as the product’s primary vasodilator. Vasodilators dilate blood vessels to allow more blood to flow to the penis, which makes it bigger. Tongkat Ali is known as the Asian Viagra because of its testosterone-boosting properties, and Horny Goat Weed is the main aphrodisiac of the blend. These are all rounded up with Bioperine, which supposedly enhances the absorption rate of all the ingredients.

While it’s a great list for ingredients, we had some difficulty locating genuine user reviews that would support the claims of Roaring Tiger Max. In fact, majority of the reviews we found were negative, citing that the product is a complete waste of money.


It’s no surprise that the customers of Roaring Tiger Max are dissatisfied. What can you expect from a company that intentionally misled their potential customers about the benefits of their products? At this point we are not even sure that the new formula actually contains the ingredients they listed. For all we know, the whole thing is just a sham, but we have no way to actually prove it until we run the product under a microscope.

As always, stick to the product that works. Formula 41 Extreme is the best male enhancement supplement we’ve tested, but don’t take our word for it. Try it, or use Google to find out what its actual users think about it.