EnerX is a male enhancement product that is all-natural and said to be an alternative to Drug medications for erectile dysfunction. This brand is sold on several online supplement retail sites, but there does not appear to be an official product website. Because it is sold independently, the cost of EnerX varies according to the retailer but the average price is in the $30-$40 range. Although it is not clear if the manufacturer of EnerX offers a money back guarantee, it is likely that retailers will have their own returns policy.
Customer testimonials can be seen for EnerX and it is known that the product was manufactured at FDA approved facilities. However, there are no clinical tests cited to show how well the product works.
EnerX Product Details
The non-Rx formula for EnerX consists of a blend of vitamins and herbal substances and while there is a list provided, no detailed explanations are given. Overall, the aim of EnerX is to help support the flow of blood to the genitals by a process of dilation, where the blood vessels are widened. Although this may have the effect of giving a more powerful and harder erection, it will not lengthen the size of the penis permanently. The formula lists Niacin, Zinc, Yohimbe, Tribulus, Ginseng, Guarana, Ashwagandha, Damiana and Muira Puama as being in the blend, so it would also have energizing and stamina-supporting effects.
EnerX should be taken twice a day with the option of another dose before any sporting activity.
Good About EnerX
- EnerX can be purchased at competitive prices
- The formula is natural
- EnerX contains Tribulus to support Testosterone
- EnerX is available without a Drug
- The ingredients are listed
- Customer testimonials are shown
Bad About EnerX
- No scientific tests are provided
- Manufacturer information is not shown
- No money back guarantee is given
- EnerX does not include L-Arginine
- The product may take up to 4 weeks to produce maximum results
EnerX The Bottom Line
There is very little information available for this brand which, at the time of writing, may have even changed its name to Vaxitrol. Most good erectile dysfunction supplements contain the amino L-Arginine which is a precursor to Nitric Oxide production, a vital process in dilating the blood vessels. The fact that EnerX does not contain this and so few details are available means that it cannot be recommended.