Does it Work?

The Oyster+ Patch is apparently made by a company called The Australian Health and Natural Research Team, which is based in Florida, USA.

We could not discover an active company or product website for Oyster+ however, which is never a confidence building experience, and meant there was no scientific data from clinical trials or studies whose research would validate any of the product’s claims, no customer testimonials and no product guarantee or return/refund policy.

We therefore based our assessment on information found among other reviews and from online resellers of the product.

Several retailers advertise the product by stating, ‘Oyster+ is the only capsule in the world that contains a concentrated natural extract of oyster powder.’

In fact, there are dozens of similar products in capsule form that contain some form of powdered oyster.

Other retailers state that the creator of the product, Dr. Heath Barry, won ‘‘The Gold Medallion for Discovery and Innovation at the Geneva Science Exhibition held on the 17th February, 2009.’

We were not able to locate any reference whatsoever to the Geneva Science Exhibition in our research of Oyster+ however, which only added to our growing suspicions about the illegitimacy of the product.

Its primary ingredient is obviously powdered oyster, though there is no indication as to exactly how much of the substance in present in Oyster+.

Oyster meat is not widely considered a common male enhancement ingredient, and does not have a well established reputation as an effective treatment for erectile dysfunction, although oysters do contain relatively high levels of zinc, which is often used as an ingredient in prostate treatments.

Generally speaking, a male enhancement product with only one ingredient is likely to be considerably less effective than those with two or more essential ingredients scientifically proven to be essential to the effectiveness of male enhancers; L-Arginine, Horny Goat Weed/Epimedium, Tribulus Terrestris, Tongkat Ali/Eurycoma Longifolia and Cnidium Monnier.

Customer Reviews

There are no customer testimonials available promoting Oyster+.

Is it a scam?

While we won’t label Oyster+ a scam, it is bordering perilously close to illegitimacy, and is therefore not a male enhancement product we would recommend as credible or effective.

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Cost: 80/100
Money-Back Guarantee: 90 Days  
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We choose Zenerx as our top product for 2011 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.

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

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Effectiveness: 85/100
Consumer Reviews: 90/100
Quality of Ingredients: 80/100
Cost: 70/100
Money-Back Guarantee: 60 Days  
Retail Price: $79.99  

This year, VigRX Plus impressed us with their commitment to male health. Not only did they do a double blind human clinical study of their product to prove it works, they also offer a 60 day money back guarantee. They don’t take part in auto shipping practices and understand that men want a product that works.

While VigRX Plus is a great #2 product, with Zenerx you get more for your money and a more effective product.

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