Male Enhancement Rating: 5th
Overall Success Rate: 80%
Last Updated: June 11, 2017
Company: Merazon Health Products, Inc.
Address: 444 N.E. Ravenna Blvd, Suite 211, Seattle, WA 98115-6467
Official Website: www.enzyte.com
Enzyte is a pioneer in the field of natural male enhancement, popularized by thousands of TV commercials featuring “Smiling Bob.” This products is also one of the most controversial male enhancement products due to its continuing legal troubles from over charging and over billing customers. But this product does deserve credit for helping establish the natural male enhancement supplement industry.
Claims and Components
Enzyte contains Korean Red Ginseng Root, Gingko Biloba, Tribulus Terrestris, L-arginine, Avena Sativa, Muira Puama, Saw Palmetto, and Swedish Flower Pollen, Niacin, Zinc, and Copper. It claims, like all other top selling products, to steadily increase blood flow to your tool for firmer, stronger, and fuller erections. The Enzyte male enhancement formula has been imitated and improved by newer male enhancement products because of Enzyte’s success during its early years – it claims to have been used by five million men around the world.
The original Enzyte formula contained Yohimbe, a popular and controversial male enhancement ingredient. Yohimbe is a strongl natural vasodilator – a substance that causes blood vessels to expand. But, as we have pointed out in the past Yohimbe is also known to produce unpleasant side effects.
While Enzyte’s fall from grace is mainly due to its legal troubles, it also has credibility problems because it continues to make claims that simply are not true such as it’s current claim that Enzyte helps “increase blood flow all day and all night,” which simply isn’t possible.
- Convenient once a day dosage
- Simple website navigation
- Lower price than its main competitors
- Does not specify how long you need to take it to experience its male enhancement benefits
- Does not have any testimonials on its website
- Past legal troubles over unethical billing practices are simply too much to overlook.
The old Enyzte had a lot of swagger (though this is what ultimately led to its downfall); the current Enzyte is a shell of its former self. The bottom line is that many years ago this was a good choice because it was one of only a couple products available without prescription.
Today, however, there are 4-5 top selling products that deliver better, faster results. We recommend that Enzyte spend some of it’s huge marketing and legal budget on reformulating its product so it can again be included amongst the industries best sellers.