Zytenz Review: That’s a lot of Testosterone! (YIKES!)
We are really usually a bit skeptical when it comes to reviews that are way too positive or at the other end of the spectrum, way too negative, but without a doubt, Zytenz has probably been one of the most alarming products we’ve ever reviewed.
Just take a look at their website: it’s a single page without really much scientific information – just information all about what it will definitely do for you – no doubt, some wild marketing claims.
Zytenz Ingredients: Seemingly Innocent.
Niacin, Vitamin B6, Magnesium, Zinc, D-Aspartic Acid, Tribulus Terrestris, Arginine Ethyl Ester, Catuaba, Eurycoma, Longifolia, Vitex Agnus Castus, Mucuna Pruriens, Avena Sativa, Maca Root, Reservatrol
Okay, from first glance, we’re going to have to say that Zytenz’s ingredients look perfectly normal and seem completely harmless (aside from giving you raging boners, of course).
It seems like these ingredients could actually work really well, as it does contain some premium ingredients.
Some of these premium ingredients include: D-Aspartic Acid and Tribulus Terrestris.
For those of you who aren’t aware, we have actually reviewed another ingredient before that also had a really good and hefty dosage of D-Aspartic Acid.
D-Aspartic Acid is an incredibly premium ingredient that isn’t found in too many other male enhancement pills that does wonders in increasing hormone and testosterone production.
That’s great for two reasons, of course: increased libido, stamina, sexual intensity, and more sensual sex, and the second reason being increased muscle gains for those of you who go to the gym (who doesn’t want to look good, anyway?!).
On top of this, another ingredient that is really good is Tribulus Terrestris.
This one is also a testosterone booster, but what is special in this formula is the way D-Aspartic Acid and Tribulus Terrestris react with each other, producing synergistic effects, where the both combined truly strengthen and enhance their testosterone boosting properties.
This is where the problem arises: there is such a thing as too much testosterone.
Huge amounts of testosterone may seem attractive at first, but they come with downsides, particularly side effects: acne, male-pattern hair baldness, the development of man-boobs.
Yes, all of these are the same side effects you would normally get from an overdose of testosterone for sport…. Which leads us to the next point.
Test Results: Too Scared to Even Try
We did not try Zytenz.
We believe that the possible side effects way outweighed the benefits we could get from Zytenz.
This review really only serves as a precaution.
There are some positive reviews out there on the internet as well, most of the positive ones claim that they really are potent, while many of the negative ones also claim that they are way too potent.
See the correlation here, guys?
Nonetheless, if for some reason you’re still curious about the product, here are a few things you should know before and when making your purchase.
Currently their website offers 3 packages to purchase Zytenz:
- Get Started: Price – $39.95 1 Bottle, 28 Days Supply
- Most Popular: Price – $69.95 2 Bottles (1 Free Serum), 56 Day Supply
- Best Deal: Price – $99.95 3 Bottles (1 Free Serum), 84 Day Supply
Anytime a purchase of 2 Bottles or greater is made (>=$69.95), a free bottle of Zytenz Serum is included.
However, keep in mind that in reality it is very unlikely that Zytenz Serum truly has a value of $29.95.
This is a more obvious way to generate sales, by grouping products at what appears to be a discount.
The company behind Zytenz claims to offer a 90-Day-Money-Back-Gaurantee.
However, since we haven’t tried the product ourselves we cannot verify if this is indeed accurate.
The Verdict: Be Extremely Careful
We can’t really comment too much now since we haven’t actually tried Zytenz.
The fact that we were too scared to even try it should tell you something.
Its formula does seem normal, however, sometimes a combination of two potent ingredients proves to be disastrous.
In this case 1 plus 1 equals -1.
If you would like to try Zytenz, please just be very careful.
It’s really potent and its testosterone boosting properties may not be for everyone.