According to the product website, ‘Androzene® is a sexual health supplement that increases blood flow, improves erectile function, and increase overall sexual satisfaction.’
While the site is informative and well designed, it doesn’t include any scientific evidence from any source whose research and findings might support any of the claims made about Androzene®.
Androzene® is made in the United States by a company that goes by the same name; androzene.com.
Androzene® includes Niacin (33 mg), Calcium (420 mg), Zinc (60 mg) and its proprietary herbal blend (336 mg) featuring Guarana Seed extract, Taurine, Xanthoparmelia Scabrosa/Lichen extract, Eleuthero Root extract, Nettle Root extract, Saw Palmetto Berry extract, and two of the top five critical ingredients proven scientifically to be essential for the success of male enhancement products (Tribulus Terrestris and Horny Goat Weed/Epimedium extract), as well as Yohimbine Hydrochloride (15 mg).
This isn’t a very powerful formula, and with no indication of the individual quantities of most of the ingredients, it’s impossible to gauge how effective these substances may be at treating erectile dysfunction.
It’s always disappointing to find any herbal male enhancer that includes Yohimbe, a substance made from the bark of a West African tree that has been banned around the world because it consistently causes dizziness, headaches, hallucinations, hypertension, seizures, kidney failure, heart attacks and death.
A single bottle of 90 tablets (a one month supply) can be purchased from the Androzene® website for $124.99, which makes this an incredibly expensive product.
Does it work?
I did not find this formula to be effective at all, and as I suspected it’s far too weak to actually provide significant treatment for erectile dysfunction.
I’ll never recommend any herbal product that contains Yohimbe (especially at THIS price), since this substance is just not safe for human consumption.