The Scitex #1 Choice for 2015 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.
Does It Work?
This product was made in the United States by a company called Jack Distribution, LLC, but the manufacturer has renamed Rize 2 as Vaxitrol. This was not done as a marketing strategy, but rather in response to an FDA report from 2008 that detailed their analysis of Rize 2 which found it contained an unlabeled and unauthorized substance called Thiomethisosildenafil, a derivative of Sildenafil which is the active pharmaceutical drug found in prescription male enhancement products such as Viagra; the company also rebranded itself and is now known as Foundation Nutriceuticals LLC.
The use of these powerful prescription drugs are strictly regulated in the United States, as they can react adversely with other medications (particularly those with nitrates, found in many heart and liver medications commonly used by men experiencing erectile dysfunction) that can lead do a dangerous decrease in blood pressure that can be lethal.
The indiscriminate use of these prescription medications by unscrupulous manufacturers in supposedly natural male enhancement products is not only immoral and illegal, but potentially fatal as well.
According to the product website Vaxitrol contains only one essential ingredient proven scientifically to be critical for the success of male enhancement products, Horny Goat Weed/Epimedium, as well as Ginseng, Oysters Schizandra berry and Cordyceps (substances commonly featured in them) and Rehmannia root and Bombyx Mori, ingredients whose impact on erectile dysfunction is inconclusive. We were also disappointed not to find specific quantity information for the ingredients in Vaxitrol, which makes it extremely difficult to assess their effectiveness.
Vaxitrol also contains Yohimbe, a substance identified by the FDA as one of concern and which has been banned in many countries around the world because of its disturbing history of causing numerous adverse health conditions, including dizziness, headaches, insomnia, anxiety, hypertension, hallucinations, seizures and kidney failure. We strongly warn consumers against the use of any male enhancement product which contains Yohimbe, including Vaxitrol.
There are no customer testimonials on the Vaxitrol website promoting the benefits of the product.
Is it a scam?
Based on our research, Rize 2/Vaxitrol is as close to a textbook scam as you could find; the original product is ‘voluntarily’ recalled by the manufacturer for the use of an unauthorized and unlabeled prescription drug, the result of which is that the company renames itself and the product, and continues to operate as though they have no unsavory history of knowingly using dangerous and powerful pharmaceutical medication in their product.
Frankly, we are not inclined to simply dismiss the convoluted history of this product and give the benefit of the doubt to its latest incarnation as Vaxitrol and recommend it, as the level of ethical depravity that would allow a manufacturer to knowingly put the lives of consumers at risk with the kinds of illegal and immoral actions that led to the withdrawal of Rize 2, is more than we can forgive or forget, while the inclusion of Yohimbe is an automatic disqualifier for legitimacy, as this substance is simply not safe for human consumption.
We therefore do not recommend Vaxitrol as a safe or effective treatment for erectile dysfunction.
Best Selling Male Enhancements of 2015
Editor's Score 93 out of 100
We choose Zenerx as our top product for 2015 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.