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Enzyte Uses

Enzyte is used for "natural male enhancement." Since it is not an FDA-approved medication and has not been clinically studied, however, the manufacturer of the herbal supplement can only make vague claims about its benefits. No studies have been performed to see if Enzyte is indeed effective for treating impotence. There are no Enzyte uses intended for women or children.

What Is Enzyte Used For?

Enzyte® is an herbal supplement claimed to help with "natural male enhancement." You might wonder exactly what is meant by this. Is it used for impotence (also know as erectile dysfunction, or ED), low sex drive, premature ejaculation, or other sexual problems? This article will attempt to answer these questions.
 

Enzyte and "Natural Male Enhancement"

Enzyte is a dietary supplement, not an FDA-approved medication. As a result, the manufacturer of Enzyte can make only vague claims about the uses or benefits of the products. For instance, it cannot claim that Enzyte treats impotence, since Enzyte has not been clinically studied and approved or even evaluated by the FDA. This is why packaging (and advertisements) for most supplements, including Enzyte, must carry a statement that says "These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnosis, treat, cure, or prevent any disease."
 
However, the advertisements for Enzyte (and even the packaging of the product) seem to imply Enzyte is intended to treat impotence and perhaps to be used for penis enlargement.
 
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