Enzyte is the only male enhancement product other than Viagra that has really gone mainstream. Enzyte, a product of Berkeley Premium Nutraceuticals, was widely advertised on prime-time network TV with flaky, tongue-in-cheek commercials that both mocked and promoted the whole idea of penis enlargement pills.
A two-month supply of Enzyte pills, which come in a decorative box featuring a picture of the Enzyte race car, costs $69.95.
The Enzyte formula contains the following ingredients: niacin, zinc oxide, copper oxide, Korean red ginseng root, ginkgo biloba extract, pine bark extract, tribulus terrestris extract, l-arginine HCI, avena sativa extract, epimedium sagittatum extract, maca root, muira puama extract, octacosanol, saw palmetto extract and Swedish flower pollen extract.
The list of ingredients in Enzyte aren't much different from those in other penis enlargement formulas.
Take one Enzyte pill per day, on a full stomach, for maximum absorption. It's important to note that Enzyte contains copper (as copper oxide) and therefore can be toxic in quantity. Make sure not to exceed recommended daily allowances for copper, as it can build up in the body over time and reach toxic levels.
First of all, we don't like the idea that Enzyte's manufacturers are spending millions on advertising (TV commercials, sponsoring race cars, magazine ads) and passing those costs on to their customers. Second, the Enzyte packaging is elaborate and expensive. Are all those little plastic odds and ends really necessary?
Finally, we simply don't feel comfortable recommending a product whose ads are so relentlessly silly. We wouldn't want to take Enzyte ourselves - what if it turned us into rigidly grinning zombies like Bob, Enzyte's mascot and spokesperson?
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