The Scitex #1 Choice for 2010 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?
This product is made in the United States by Magna RX, makers of their own Magna line of male enhancement products, though curiously we found no mention of Sativol on the company website, which is never a very good introduction to a product and meant we saw no scientific data from clinical trials whose research would verify any of the product’s claims, no customer testimonials promoting it and no product guarantee or return/refund policy. We therefore relied on information about Sativol found among its web retailers and from other product review for our assessment.

The product has apparently been formulated as an enhancer for both men and women, a claim which we are always somewhat skeptical of, as the physiology of the two sexes are so vastly different, that we have yet to find a single product which can provide the uniquely gender specific attributes that will effectively offer men and women the same potential for success in one product. We are much more confident in those products which specifically target men and women individually, particularly in the areas of sexual dysfunction.

Side Effects
Sativol contains none of the five critical ingredients scientifically proven to be essential for the success of male enhancement products; L-Arginine, Horny Goat Weed/Epimedium, Tribulus Terrestris, Tongkat Ali/Eurycoma Longifolia and Cnidium Monnier.

The sole ingredient in Sativol is Avena Sativa/Oatstraw, an ingredient commonly featured in male enhancement products because of its libido enhancing properties. However this substance is not one that can be considered crucial for the success of male enhancers, and apart from its aphrodisiac qualities, is not likely to be considered a viable option for men or women experiencing sexual dysfunction.

We could not even determine the quantity of Avena Sativa in the product, which makes it impossible to determine its effectiveness (if any) in treating erectile dysfunction.

Customer Reviews
We found no customer testimonials from any source praising the benefits of the product.

Is it a scam?
We are generally not very enthusiastic about male enhancement products which feature less than two essential ingredients, and have even less for those which contain none at all, as they are highly unlikely to offer even the most modest success as male enhancers.

Unfortunately we have no reason to exclude Sativol from that list, as it has not demonstrated in any way its ability to aid men with achieving and maintaining firm, lasting erections, and offers nothing in the way of treatment for sexual dysfunction among women.

We therefore do not recommend Sativol as a credible male enhancement product and we do not endorse it as a viable treatment for erectile dysfunction.

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1Zenerx (455mg) - Staff’s #1 Pick

Quick Overview
Consumer Reviews:
Quality of Ingredients:
Money-Back Guarantee: 90 Days  
Retail Price: $59.99  
Editor's Score 93 out of 100

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Money-Back Guarantee: 60 Days  
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