Enzyte a male enhancement supplement is said to be used by over 3 million men worldwide. This male enhancement supplement promises male individuals firmer and fuller erections during intercourse including sexual energy, plus the confidence and stamina to help them achieve the highest level in sexual performance.
Enzyte further claims that its perfect blend of herbs and spices like Ginkgo Biloba and Korean Red Ginseng, will provide the users with enough blood supply that will give them the firmer and longer erections they have been looking for.
Researchers are quick to point out that the herbal substances contained in these male enhancement supplements are practically not supported by medical studies. Even if it is known to have been in use for a couple of centuries now, the herb used in Enzyte’s male enhancement supplements have no clinical studies to support their claim.
Actually, Enzyte made some changes in their male enhancement ingredients to avoid being under scrutiny. In 2004, the herbal plant Yohimbine was no longer included in its male enhancement formulation in as much as there were already talks about the adverse effects of this herbal plant, and Canada was still unclear about its policies regarding Yohimbine. To play safe, manufacturers of Enzyte simply removed the substance.
Some adjustments were also made regarding the zinc contents, owing to the fact that some men have a very low tolerance for zinc and any oversupply of zinc in the body is very detrimental to one’s health.
This awareness about Enzyte’s male enhancement formulation did not do any good in ensuring that Enzyne will not be questioned regarding its effectiveness as a male enhancement formula;or for its suggested claim of penis enlargement. In September 2008, after the company was placed under scrutiny regarding its effectiveness, several other charges were brought against the company including conspiracy to commit mail fraud, bank fraud, and money laundering. Its founder Steve Warshak, along with his mother, Harriett Warshak was sentenced to prison.
Another entrepreneur by the name of Chuck Kubicki bought the company from a bankruptcy court for $2.75 million. The new owner retained the company’s 200 employees and the brand name Enzyte. However, it appears that they have also retained customer complaints. The new company still carried the same problem Enzyte was accused of previously. Free trial orders, were being carried over as automatic placement male enhancement orders for unwilling customers.
It seems most brands of male enhancements have more problems with their sales strategies; customer try their products with open minds that the promises of male enhancement is not as huge as promised yet they are still being beguiled by the company’s male enhancement marketing strategies.