If you live in North America you likely have seen the television commercials featuring an intentionally sappy character named “Smiling Bob.” According to the commercial broadcasts, Bob is smiling because he has more satisfying erections because of his use of a natural male enhancement known as Enzyte. (The commercials make the point that Bob’s wife is a most happy spouse as well since Bob began taking Enzyte to enhance his maleness.)
According to the manufacturer, Enzyte is a “once-a day tablet for natural male enhancement.” You do not need a prescription to obtain a course of Enzyte. The product can be ordered either through the manufacturer’s toll free telephone number of through the manufacturer’s Internet website.
If you are contemplating the purchase of an herbal product such as Enzyte you would be well served in understanding what the comprises the product. Again according to the manufacturer, Enzyte is comprised of two herbs: ginseng and ginko biloba. Both of these herbs are widely used by alternative medicine practitioners and nutritionists in the 21st century. Many people in the field of alternative medicine and nutrition maintain that there are a whole host of beneficial uses for these two herbs.
Ginseng has been an herbal staple for over two thousand years in countries such as Japan and China. Historically, practitioners of Oriental medicine have claimed that ginseng can be used successfully to increase sexual stamina and treat male impotence. Ginko biloba has also been used by Oriental medical practitioners for centuries. According to these individuals, ginko biloba assists in increasing and strengthening blood flow in the human body.
The makers of Enzyte claim that the combination of ginseng and ginko biloba works to enhance a male’s erection and increases his sexual stamina. The manufacturer maintains that the proprietary combination of these herbs that it has created works to increase blood flow to a man’s reproductive organ allowing his sexual stamina and performance to improve.
When considering whether or not Enzyte might be a product you are interested in trying, you need to keep in mind that the Food and Drug Administration in the United States and comparable regulatory agencies in other countries have not reviewed Enzyte. The company that manufacturers Enzyte makes it clear that the product should only be taken if you are healthy otherwise and that it is not “intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.”
Before you elect to take any herbal remedy, you should consult with your physician. You need to keep in mind that while many herbal remedies may be safe in and of themselves, herbs can interact negatively with other medications that you may be taking. Additionally, despite the fact that Enzyte specifically is mentioned in this article, nothing in this piece should be construed as an endorsement of Enzyte. Rather, the information presented is merely to provide an interested reader with a starting point in his own research on the product. Again, as has been mentioned, part of that preliminary research needs to include a consultation with your healthcare provider.