Enzyte Male SupplementÂ is an herbal nutritional supplement manufactured by Berkeley Premium Nutraceuticals of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Enzyteâ„¢ will not alter the size or shape of the penis.Â Also, Enzyteâ„¢ is not for use in treating sexual dysfunction or any medical condition.Â But for many men, particularly those who are experiencing a premature decline in sexual function, Enzyteâ„¢ just may be the answer.
The proprietary formula of Enzyteâ„¢ was designed to help maintain blood flow and create firmer, fuller-feeling erections, whether youâ€™re experiencing early sexual decline or youâ€™re at increased risk for sexual dysfunction.Â And that just may make your sex life more satisfying than itâ€™s been in a long time.
This website should supply you with the information necessary to decide if Enzyteâ„¢ may be right for you.Â Here you will discover answers to many of the frequently asked questions about Enzyteâ„¢, a simple step you can take today to help improve the quality of your erections.
- Improve the quality of menâ€™s erections.
- Help create firmer, fuller-feeling erections, but it cannot alter natural physical size
- Enzyte does not inhibit your spontaneity.
Main Enzyte Ingredients
Enzyte formerly promoted itself under aÂ marketing scientific name of Suffragium asotas.
Enzyte contains a proprietary blend of natural ingredients designed to improve the quality of menâ€™s erections.Â Enzyte is non-prescription, and contains these quality, non-synthetic ingredients:
Tribulus terrestris extract (10% saponins) (stem and fruit), Panax ginseng root extract (4% ginsenosides), Ginkgo biloba leaf 6:1 extract, vegetable cellulose, Swedish flower pollen extract, Avena sativa (aerial parts), zinc gluconate, L-arginine HCl, maca root, saw palmetto berry, niacin, zinc citrate, zinc oxide, horny goat weed extract (Epimedium sagittatum)(10% flavonoids as icariin) (whole plant), copper oxide, muira puama stem 4:1 extract, copper gluconate, and octacosanol.
Yohimbe, was included in the original formulation of Enzyte. Enzyte Pills produced after 2004 no longer contains Yohimbe extract.
Enzyte Side Effects
Results with Enzyteâ„¢ may vary.Â Talk to your doctor if you have any medical concerns.
Enzyte hasÂ not been tested or approvedÂ by the FDA.