You may have seen endorsements by Ron Jeremy and other adult celebrities for the ExtenZe male enhancement pill and you may also have considered buying it – this is something you should not do!
According to the official website, you will see results within your first month, but you should continue to take ExtenZe for 3 to 4 months. You are supposed to only take 1 pill per day after a meal.
The following claims are made on their official website:
- All natural (It’s true, but it contains unhealthy ingredients).
- Simple to take (Agreed, it’s just a normal pill).
- Affordable (It’s even more affordable if you buy it from Walmart).
- No side effects (This statement is not true).
- 100% guaranteed (Not if you read user reviews about its effectiveness, but ExtenZe itself has a money-back guarantee).
Make sure to read them if you really plan to buy ExtenZe. If you buy it from their official website for $59.95, you also get a 60-day money back guarantee.
Most of these ingredients do not have any amounts specified since it comes as a proprietary blend.
Extenze Prohormone Blend 60mg
Extenze Bio-Enhancement Blend 25mg
Extenze Sexual Response Enhancement Blend 600mg
- Yohimbe extract (bark)
- Tribulus terrestris extract (aerial part and fruit)
- Korean ginseng extract (root)
- Cnidium monnier (seed)
- Eleutherococcus extract (root) standardized to .8% eleuthrosides
- Xanthroparmelia scarbosa (aerial part)
- ?-Aminobutyric acid (GABA)
- Velvet deer antler
- Horny goat weed (leaf)
- Damiana (leaf)
- Muira puama extract (stem)
- Pumpkin (seed)
- Stinging nettle (root)
- Astragalus (root)
- Licorice extract (root)
- L-arginine hydrochloride
- Ho Shou Wu extract (root)
- Boron (as chelate)
- Other ingredients include dicalcium phosphate, microcrystalline cellulose, croscarmellose sodium, stearic acid, film coating (dextrin), titanium dioxide, hydroxypropylmethyl cellulose, FD&C Blue#1 aluminum lake, Macrogol/PEG 8000, dextrose monohydrate, lecithin, maltodextrin, Macrogol/PEG 400, magnesium stearate, and silica.
ExtenZe contains Yohimbe which is a stimulant that increases or lowers blood pressure – and most often to dangerous levels.
The FDA has listed Yohimbe as a dangerous supplement which is a good reason to stay away from it.
It does work for some people, but only with the correct dosage which has to be very precise.
However, considering how dangerous ExtenZe is, there is no way that I could recommend it to anyone when there are much better and safer alternatives available.
There is no point in doing a review for ExtenZe considering how dangerous it is to use and the number of complaints reported from different people.
Visit this site to read about the complaints – http://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/extenze-c94234.html.
Complaints have been reported by both young people and older people and they are all showing side effects from Yohimbe such as bleeding from the nose, dizziness, increased heart rate, panic attacks and more.
These side effects are also mentioned at the back of each package along with a recommendation to only take this pill if you are over 40 years old.
There is no reason to recommend ExtenZe to 100% healthy people either since there are safer alternatives available.
Don’t risk your health by taking a dangerous supplement and don’t trust other review sites telling you how great ExtenZe is!
I have read a number of reviews on ExtenZe and there are sites saying that the side effects are caused by an allergic reaction, but this is not true. It depends on what kind of dosage your body can handle.
If you take too much of this pill you will suffer severe side effects no matter what your current state of health is – it has nothing to do with being “allergic”.
If you come across a site trying to sell ExtenZe then please make sure that you avoid it at all costs.
ExtenZe was tested in a lab for its amount of each active ingredient, and you can see what they found to the left. According to this test, it did score “average”.
Enzyte, originally founded by Steven Warshak, managed to grow their bogus business through unsubstantiated medical claims, and claims that their particular brand of drug could make a penis larger.
This company grew large enough that they were able to purchase air time on most major networks and even had their own company spokesman, “Smilin’ Bob” and they also managed to acquire NASCAR sponsorship and representation.
This advertising managed to encourage men to try out their supplement, with the claim that if it doesn’t work, the consumer would get double their money back.
In 2006 civil and criminal charges were leveled against the producers of Enzyte, claiming fraudulent business practices.
Customers were automatically charged month after month for their pills, over $250 dollars per month, even after they attempted to cancel their accounts.
There were also claims that consumers were convinced to sign away their ‘double the refund’ claim, or when someone made a claim, that claim was ignored.
In other cases, representatives from Enzyte demanded men to produce a notarized copy of a medical report that said the drug did not work to their satisfaction.
Since this essentially made men produce a document that stated they medically have a small penis, Enzyte continued to bill their customers out of millions of dollars.
In 2008 the courts found the owner of Enzyte guilty of fraud, and personally fined him $93,000 and filed a ruling against the company in the amount of $500 million dollars.
Steven Warshak also was sentenced to 25 years in jail for his guilty verdicts on charges of conspiracy, money laundering, mail, wire, and bank fraud.
Pristine Bay thereafter purchased Enzyte, and they changed the company’s name to Vianda LLC.
You can read more about the Extenze Scam here – http://www.sexpillguru.com/Extenze_Scam.html.
Extenze is one of those male enhancement pills with a large marketing budget boosting its popularity, but this doesn’t matter if the product isn’t good.
Given the user reviews you can read on different website from real customers, it is safe to say that you should look for a safe alternative.