What You Should Know
Sex Chocolate is an aphrodisiac in a candy. We don’t usually review libido boosters, but the ingredient list on this one was too similar to a weight loss product to pass up. The company behind Sex Chocolate could be Chemical Evolution or it could be some other company that sells the product through Chemical Evolution. Typically there is a bigger company behind the product that trusts Chemical Evolution to sell, sell, and sell.
We like the Chemical Evolution website even if the products are not the best for weight loss or energy. The website always lists a detailed product description and the ingredients and nutrition information are listed for most products.
List of Ingredients
- Cocoa Butter
- Whole Milk Powder
- Chocolate Processed with Alkalai
- Butter Oil
- Ginkgo Biloba
- Kava Kava Damiana
- Saw Palmetto
- Kola Nut
- Horny Goat Weed
- Gotu Kola
- Betel Nut
- Dong Quai
- Passion Flower
- Avena Sativa
We were slightly surprised when we read the complete ingredient list for Sex Chocolate. There are many ingredients on the list that are simply included to makeup the chocolate and some ingredients have a perceived libido-boosting effect, but it is the weight loss ingredients we are interested in – as well as the mental side of the chocolate.
First, ginseng, guarana, yohimbine and kola nut are all commonly used in diet pills. These ingredients either support mental focus or energy and metabolism. All, with the exception of ginseng, are commonly used as a source of caffeine and caffeine is supported with clinical study as beneficial supplement for weight loss.
One serving provides an unknown amount of caffeine, but we do know each chocolate has just 48 calories. That is far less than the average chocolate and this one offers a hidden gem of a surprise – libido boost.
- The product is discounted with bulk purchases.
- The product is available on the official website.
- Ingredients listed may not produce weight loss.
- The product does not contain proven weight loss ingredients.
Whether you believe the claim that Sex Chocolate boosts libido or not, the product clearly contains some of the same stimulants found in weight loss supplements. We are not sure dieters should jump out and buy a bunch of Sex Chocolate, but it could be worth a try if you want to heat up the bedroom and your metabolism. Sex Chocolate sells for $0.50 each – so you certainly don’t have to worry about breaking the bank to give this one a try.