The Scitex #1 Choice for 2012 is Zenerx

Zenerx is our top pick this year for male enhancement. We made this decision based on the quality of the ingredients used, the length of the guarantee and the numerous customer testimonials. Not only that, the product is backed by a medical doctor.

Read the full review here or visit their official website for the best prices available.


Does it Work?

Extendor is a discontinued male enhancement supplement made by a company called Physicians Formula Lab Inc.

Neither the product nor the company currently has a website, although Extendor is still available through online resellers.

Obviously there is no scientific data to reference on Extendor,  no clinical trials or studies, no customer testimonials and no product guarantee or return/refund policy.

As a result, our assessment was based on information about the product from other reviews and retail sites.

Extendor contains two of the top five ingredients scientifically proven to be essential to the effectiveness of male enhancement products;

-          L-Arginine, which stimulates nitric oxide that relaxes the muscles surrounding the blood vessels leading to the penis, increasing blood flow

-          Tribulus Terrestris, which increases testosterone and sexual desire

It also contains several other substances commonly found in many male enhancement products, including Saw Palmetto, Avena Sativa/Oatstraw, Maca, Muira Puama and Catuaba bark, which all claim to have either aphrodisiac or stamina inducing properties.

Unfortunately there is no indication of the quantities of the ingredients in Extendor, making it very difficult to assess the effectiveness of the product.

Far more troubling however is that Extendor also contains Yohimbe, a substance derived from the bark of a West African tree of the same name; it’s also known as ‘yohimbine.’

Many male enhancement manufacturers use Yohimbe in their products, claiming men in the region have used it for centuries as a treatment for erectile dysfunction.

The FDA has flagged Yohimbe as a substance of concern because of its capacity to induce a host of negative health issues such as headaches, dizziness, anxiety, insomnia, hallucinations, hypertension, seizures and renal (kidney) failure.

We strongly caution against the use of any male enhancement product that contains Yohimbe.

The product is also rather expensive; a 30 day supply costs $75.

Customer Reviews

There are no customer testimonials promoting the benefits of Extendor.

Is it a scam?

Though Extendor is not a scam per se, without a viable company or product website, and because of the inclusion of Yohimbe, we simply cannot endorse the use of Extendor as a credible male enhancement product.

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1Zenerx (455mg) - Staff’s #1 Pick

Quick Overview
Consumer Reviews:
Quality of Ingredients:
Money-Back Guarantee: 90 Days  
Retail Price: $35.97  
Editor's Score 93 out of 100

We choose Zenerx as our top product for 2012 because of the company’s commitment to male health. They use only the best ingredients in their supplement, have a 90 day money back guarantee and triple test their supplement before it’s shipped. Oh yeah, it also works amazingly well.


Quick Overview
Consumer Reviews:
Quality of Ingredients:
Money-Back Guarantee: 60 Days  
Retail Price: $33.31  
Editor's Score 90 out of 100

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