Sold exclusively on its main website, one 60-count bottle of Noxitril costs $59.95 plus $9.95 shipping. There are also 2- and 3-bottle options, though what they’re calling “great value!” and “best value!” doesn’t actually net you a discount—the cost of each bottle is still the same, but the shipping remains at $9.95 regardless of how many bottles you order. 
This doesn’t seem to be one of those negative-option marketing schemes where you buy a trial amount for just the shipping charges and don’t realize you’re being set up for an auto-ship program that will suck $80-90 out of your bank account on a monthly basis with never a notification. 
Every other one of these I’ve ever seen always spells it out clearly in the Terms and Conditions section, even though they may then bury the T&C under several layers of order pages in really tiny print. Nostril does neither. The T&C is displayed with the same visibility as the FAQs and Contact links, right at the bottom of the first page. And the T&C says nothing about an auto-ship program. The word authorship isn’t anywhere in the entire statement. But there is another word: enrollment.
Return Policy You have 30 days to request a refund after you receive your order. Refunds are not given for sample bottles. Please contact Customer Care to initiate the return process. You will be refunded for each unopened unit you send back to us only. You will need to send in the unopened unit back to the address provided below. Upon receipt, you will receive a refund of the purchase price minus shipping and handling. Refused or returned packages that are sent to us without prior approval from Customer Care are not eligible for a refund.
You may cancel your enrollment by calling 1-866-223-2864 Monday thru Friday 9am-5pm Eastern Standard Time or contact our support department at [email protected]  (emphasis added), So I’m not sure what they mean by enrollment. It’s possible they ask when you order if you want to make it a recurring shipment—I see those now on a lot of supplement sales pages on Amazon and Walgreens.
But it doesn’t seem to be a sneak-behind-your-back scheme. Noxitril is distributed by Innovative Distributors, LLC. Neither they nor Noxitril itself has a listing on the Better Business Bureau website. Company Contact Information: 165 Pleasant Avenue, South Portland, Maine, 04106. Call to Order: 800-503-2353. Another phone: 866-223-2864.
Unlike a great many supplement companies, Noxitril’s returns address (30-day money-back guarantee counted from the day you receive the pills) is the same as their main one, which is a good, legitimate business practice. 
Noxitril uses a lot of the standard buzzwords and catchphrases for male enhancement, along with the requisite pictures of a buff guy making out with a gorgeous, underwear-only woman. Standard marketing practice for these types of products.
Be the man you were always meant to be—Improve your orgasms—Longer lasting erections—Increased intensity—Improved sex life—Long-lasting stamina—A real breakthrough in male potency! 
And then they point out why their product, in particular, is great. Again, SOP.
Using a natural blend of ingredients, Noxitril can increase your stamina and energy levels – two key ingredients in active sex life. Longer lasting erections help you perform even better and get more from your love life! Because it’s a dietary supplement, Noxitril fits easy into any lifestyle. You don’t need to have invasive procedures or to plan ahead. Just take Noxitril regularly and, say thanks to better stamina and confidence, have sex when you want it, the way you want it! 
We only use natural, organic ingredients to make Noxitril, making every capsule in a safe, natural, holistic way. By using common well-researched aphrodisiacs, such as L-Arginine, Ginseng, and Tongkat Ali, our scientists have formulated a blend that works perfectly with your body’s own systems. By improving testosterone and your natural energy, our capsules simply unlock your own potential, rather than other, more invasive, alternatives. 
How is this different than Viagra/Cialus/etc.? Noxitril is an all-natural formula. There is no prescription needed. This is also going to be in your bloodstream so you’ll be able to perform when the mood is right. 
How long does it take to work? Everybody is different, but most people experience results within the first 2-4 days. 
You have to go searching to find an image of the bottle itself, but there is a clear set of cautions listed.
Do not exceed the recommended dose. This product is not intended for pregnant or nursing mothers, children under the age of 18, or individuals taking prescription drugs. Discontinue use immediately if nausea, sleeplessness, or nervousness occur. Do not take this product if you have a known medical condition including high blood pressure, diabetes, any cardiovascular disorder, heart disease, hyperthyroidism, or are taking anti-depressant medications. If you have questions about the advisability of taking this product, consult your physician prior to use. back to menu ↑
Per serving (2 capsules):
- Tongkat Ali, 400 mg
- Maca (0.6 percent extract), 250 mg
- L-Arginine, 250 mg
- Ginseng Blend, 125 mg
- Proprietary Blend, 745 mg: Saraparilla (herb powder), Pumpkin Seed Powder, Muira Puama Powder, Oat Straw (herb powder), Nettle (herb powder), Cayenne Pepper (40M HU/G), Astragalus (4:1), Catauba Bark Powder, Licorice (4:1), Tribulus Terrestris (herb powder), Orchic, Oyster Extract and Boron (amino acid chelate).
Let’s translate a few of those into English. The Global Healing Center describes Tongkat Ali (Malaysian Ginseng, Eurycomalongfolia) as
Traditionally, … used as an aphrodisiac and remedy for age-related sexual disorders and symptoms of andropause (male menopause). The root contains compounds that have repeatedly been shown in animal studies to stimulate libido, promote semen quality, and even support muscle growth. These effects have largely been attributed to increases in testosterone.  (definition added)
Maca is a Peruvian ginseng variety. WebMD says People take maca by mouth for “tired blood” (anemia); … enhancing energy, stamina, athletic performance, and memory. People also take maca by mouth for female hormone imbalance, menstrual problems, symptoms of menopause, improving fertility, and sexual dysfunction caused by antidepressants, … erectile dysfunction (ED), to arouse sexual desire, and to boost the immune system. 
Saraparilla: This has to be a misspelling. I looked at the ingredients list on the Noxitril website and found a picture of the bottle label itself, but when I went searching for it I found nothing…until I spelled it sarsaparilla. Natural Life Energy talks about its properties:
Sarsaparilla fruit was once used to make popular sarsaparilla soft drinks, which has a taste similar to root beer. Sarsaparilla has also been used by herbalists in traditional medicine for hundreds of years because of its medicinal properties.
Herbalists have used sarsaparilla’s anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and toxin binding properties to purify the blood and treat skin conditions. … and sexual impotence. 
Pumpkin Seeds and Oysters are high in zinc, which is needed for testosterone production. Licorice has some science behind it as an estrogen inhibitor (stops conversion of testosterone into estrogen). Orchic (Bovine testicle) is thought to provide a testosterone source, and Boron has a bit more science behind it as a testosterone booster.     
Oat Straw and Tribulus Terrestris are herbal treatments for sexual dysfunction, and Cayenne Pepper has some reputation for circulation improvement.    I didn’t find much on Astragalus, though WebMD says it is sometimes used to increase blood flow to a wound area on the skin to speed healing. But this ingredient, in particular, had some cautions:
Astragalus is POSSIBLY SAFE for most adults when taken appropriately … Doses of up to 30 g/day by mouth for 3 months, 40 g/day by mouth for 2 months, or 80 g/day intravenously (by IV) for one month have been used safely. The side effects of astragalus are not known.back to menu ↑
Special Precautions & Warnings
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Not enough is known about the safety of astragalus in humans during pregnancy and breast-feeding. However, some research in animals suggests that astragalus can be toxic to the mother and fetus. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.
“Auto-immune diseases” such as multiple sclerosis (MS), lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus, SLE), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), or other immune system conditions: Astragalus might make the immune system more active. This could worsen the symptoms of auto-immune diseases. Avoid using astragalus if you have any of these conditions. 
The Science (or Lack Thereof) Behind Noxitril
There are no studies cited by Noxitril on their complete formula, but there is some research on some of the individual ingredients. By far the most prevalent ingredient in Noxitril is Ginseng, in varying varieties. Ginseng is best known as an aphrodisiac and has been used in Chinese medicine for many years to boost overall health and wellness. A meta-study (pulling in results from several individual studies) was published in the July 2013 issue of Spermatogenesis, concluding:
Data from animal studies have shown a positive correlation among ginseng, libido, and copulatory performances, and these effects have been confirmed in case-control studies in humans. In addition, ginseng is found to improve the sperm quality and count of healthy individuals as well as patients with treatment-related infertility.
Ginseng is commonly taken by itself or with an herbal formula to enhance sexual performance in traditional Chinese medical practices. The beneficial effects have been scientifically evaluated and confirmed in meta-analyses of randomized clinical trials.  (emphasis added)
L-Arginine is a well-known player in boosting health and sexual wellness. An amino acid, it also has the ability to become Nitric Oxide in the body, which relaxes the blood vessels to promote better circulation. According to WebMD:
In one study, about one-third of men who took 5 grams of [L-arginine] per day for 6 weeks had improved erections.
“Erectile dysfunction is caused in part by [poor] penile circulation. Nitric oxide causes blood vessels to dilate [widen], so there’s some rationale for L-arginine perhaps having some effect,”  
Back to Maca root for a moment.
…revered in the ancient Incan culture for its many medicinal purposes. According to folk belief, it is a plant known for its legendary ability to deliver energy and mental clarity and enhance sex drive for more than 2,000 years. … plenty of anecdotal information about its usefulness passed down from generation to generation. But scientific evidence on its effectiveness is limited.
There are only a few randomized control studies showing some benefit. Researchers are looking at how it may help men…with low libido. Some studies suggest it may improve semen quality, … and reduce enlarged prostates.
A few animal studies have found maca is an aphrodisiac, but major studies are lacking on humans.  So the science behind Noxitril is mixed. And there are warnings to consider as well. Every supplement affects every individual differently. Gender, age, sometimes race, pre-existing medical conditions, and individual body chemistry—as unique as a fingerprint—can affect how a supplement works on you.
That’s why supplements always add that “individual results may vary” disclaimer, and it’s why reviews for a drug or supplement can be all over the spectrum. Only you and your doctor can figure out how it works for you, so always be forthcoming and transparent with your doctor about side effects you experience, as well as if the substance doesn’t seem to be doing anything for you.back to menu ↑
Word On The Street About Noxitril
At one point Noxitril was sold on Amazon.com, but as of this writing the sales page has been completely removed, so there aren’t even old customer reviews to share.back to menu ↑
The Bottom Line: Is Noxitril Worth A Try?
Risky. I didn’t check to see how Noxitril’s price stacks up against similar supplements, but $70 still seems a bit steep to me. The expense combined with the mixed scientific backing and zero reviews to judge it by making Noxitril a risky investment at best. If you do opt to try it, go in with your eyes wide open and keep your doctor in the loop.