December 27, 2014
Promising to usher in a “new era in natural male enhancement,” Enzyte is one of the most well-known male enhancement supplements. Enzyte is advertised to increase penile length, boost sex drive and improve sexual health.
But can Enzyte really give you what you need to perform at your best? I wanted to see what all the hype was about, so I researched Enzyte ingredients, customer service and potential side effects.
What Is Enzyte Supposed to Do?
Marketed under the scientific name Suffragium asotas — claiming to translate into “better sex,” Enzyte purportedly enhances overall sexual experience. Unfortunately, Enzyte makers weren’t as adept in Latin as they were in marketing. The word Suffragium actually means vote and the term asotas isn’t a Latin word at all.
But even if they don’t speak Latin, Enzyte manufacturers might have made a solid male enhancement product.
Enzyte’s ingredients are fully derived from nature. While this means the ingredients could be more compatible with your body, it doesn’t guarantee efficacy.
Tribulus Terrestris: one of the main ingredients in Enzyte. Tribulus Terrestris increases testosterone production. With more testosterone comes a stronger sex drive, faster metabolism and increased muscle growth.
L-Arginine: an amino acid needed for muscle synthesis. L-Arginine is also a nitric oxide precursor and can cause vasodilation. When your blood vessels are wider, blood can flow from your heart to your genitals faster, promoting stronger erections.
Epimedium: also goes by the name Horny Goat Weed. This herb has been used to stimulate lagging sex drives for thousands of years. Some research suggests that Epimedium eliminates erectile dysfunction.
Saw Palmetto: grows naturally in Florida’s everglades. Saw Palmetto reduces prostate size and promotes blood flow in the groin.
Niacin: an essential vitamin found in most grains. Niacin promotes a healthy cardiovascular system and increases blood flow.
Muira Puama: has been coined “potency wood” by Brazilians. Parisian studies on Muira Pauma have revealed its libido-boosting effects. In a 1990 study, Jacques Waynsberg found 62% of participants noticed an increase in sex drive and 51% saw an increased ability to produce an erection.
Is Enzyte Safe?
For the most part, Enzyte reviews do not mention side effects. However, some users mention an upset stomach for a couple hours after taking Enzyte.
Enzyte Customer Service
While Enzyte has previously been very popular, it has since undergone financial ruin. In 2008, Enzyte CEO Steve Warshak was sentenced to prison for mail fraud, bank fraud and money laundering.
Enzyte is now marketed by Pristine Bay, an investment company, but few customers say its customer service has gotten any better. Many complain that their credit card numbers were stolen and they received many false charges to their account.
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Is Enzyte Worth a Try?
As far as formulas go, Enzyte is impressive. Its ingredients have been backed by science and should boost libido, increase stamina and eliminate impotence. However, its disreputable past could be distressing enough to pass on Enzyte.
 Waynsberg J Aphrodisiacs: Contribution to the clinical validation of the traditional use of Ptychopetalum guyanna. Presented at the First International Congress on Ethnopharmacology, Strasbourg, France, June 5-9, 1990.