Does the Male Enhancement Supplement Extenze Actually Work?

by Kathy Jones on  January 17, 2011 at 9:35 PM Drug News
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Extenze is a male enhancement supplement that is making news because numerous celebrities seem to be using it.
 Does the Male Enhancement Supplement Extenze Actually Work?
Does the Male Enhancement Supplement Extenze Actually Work?

But what exactly is contained in this so called natural supplement? Well, for starters there is zinc, micronized DHEW, folate and pregnenolone. Herbal ingredients include black pepper, ginger, Korean ginseng, horny goat weed, pumpkin seed, stinging nettle, velvet deer antler, GABA and hops.

Mind you, all these ingredients may not play any role in enhancing erectile function in males, but the craze for such supplements is so high in the society that anything will do.

Erectile dysfunction can actually arise from a number of causes including low self-esteem, stress, diabetes and a number of other physiological conditions. While drugs such as Viagra have shown promise in treating the condition, there is no scientific evidence that supplements such as those made from herbs work.




Source: Medindia

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