Zenerx Reviews

Last Updated: August 17, 2017

Zenerx

Zenerx

Zenerx boasts its action of combining “2,500 years of wisdom with modern medicine” to produce the “ultimate male enhancement and virility potion.” The main brand promise is a bigger, more overwhelming erection that will create more contact and friction in a women’s vagina – and therefore greater nerve stimulation. The end game is increased pleasure and satisfaction for both the male and female partners, and Zenerx puts itself in the lead when it comes to firmer and fuller erections “without unnecessary risks.”

The brand banners using high-potency herbal and nutritional extracts to give its male users  the consistent results they seek in their genitalia, nervous system, and tissues, as well as in sperm production, hormone flow, and general sexual pleasure and performance. Take a look at this ingredient list:

  • Catuaba bark
  • Cinnamon bark
  • Cistanche bark
  • Cnidium, Epimedium grandiflorum
  • Ginkgo biloba
  • Ginseng
  • Jujube fruit
  • L-arginine
  • L-Norvaline
  • Maca root extract
  • Mucuna pruriens
  • Niacin
  • Schizandra berry
  • Tongkat ali extract
  • Tribulus terrestris
  • Zinc

Zenerx, with its solid branding and roster of male enhancement benefits, highlights that it meets FDA safety and efficacy standards as reflected by its GMP certified manufacturing facility. Customers are also said to be in for a treat through special promotions and free shipping offers, as well as a competitive money back guarantee for buyer protection.

On the other hand, we would like to see specific figures and data on its clinical performance, versus the current overgeneralized findings on the site and its marketing campaigns. To continually stress on its natural formulation requires backing the claim with hard proof not only of natural ingredients but also safe, natural, and effective workings in the user’s body. This can be verified via independent product studies and customer reviews.

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