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I don’t get my mail delivered to my house directly. Because I live in Florida, where 90% of us live within sub-communities, I check my mail at a clubhouse.
It’s kind of annoying, but I’ve gotten used to it.
Leaving the gym a few days ago, I realized I hadn’t checked the mail in quite sometime.
So, I decided to make a quick stop and empty out the box.
When I opened the box, it was completely stuffed with junk mail, which unfortunately is pretty common.
As I was pulling stuff out, one piece of mail came falling out.
It was this:
I get these sorts of ads all the time, and sometimes they’re a bit more vulgar then I expect.
A lot of times I just throw them away, but every once in awhile I’ll hang on to one just to see what product they’re pushing.
In this specific instance, they were pushing a product I’ve never heard of before.
It’s called Eroxin with Enostim, and as I poured through the booklet, I knew I had to look into it deeper.
1. What is Eroxin?
From their brochure, Eroxin claims to be a viagra alternative. They say it’s designed to produce harder, better erections, as well as help make you more rigid.
They spend a lot of time hyping up all of the benefits you’ll get from Eroxin, including:
- Stimulating your sex-brain
- Increased nitric oxide production
- Vasodilation of the penis artery
- Compresses veins to limit blood exit
- Maximize erection potential
They even site a few clinical studies, showing how well their primary ingredient works.
So how does it do all of this?
Well, according to the pamphlet I’m reading, it’s through an ingredient called Enostim.
2. What is Enostim?
Enostim is an ingredient that is supposed to cause a process called Nitric Oxide synthase.
Nitric oxide production is what happens when you take a pill like Viagra.
It causes the blood vessels to dilate, which allows for increased blood flow.
Since blood flow is crucial during an erection, this increased blood flow means only one thing: Improved, longer lasting erections.
3. So what’s in Enostim that makes it so effective?
Made by a company called Nexira, Enostim is made up of a proprietary blend of ingredients that includes apple and grape polyphenols, and is further enriched with Saffron.
Polyphenols are micronutrients that we get from foods like Apples, broccoli, spinach, and even red wine.
I’ve never actually heard of Enostim before, which is a bit odd because I’ve been studying these types of products for years.
The manufacturer has a Youtube video which briefly outlines how it works at around the 0:28 mark:
4. What about the Enostim clinical studies?
As we mentioned above, both the Nexira website and the Eroxin brochure contain numerous mentions to clinical studies of Enostim that were conducted.
It took a bit of digging, but we did come across the Saffron study they mentioned in the pamphlet.
In the study, which was conducted on 20 male patients with ED, a statistically significant improvement in overall ED symptoms was noted.
Another study that involved 36 male patients suffering from major depressive disorder also showed a significant decrease in erectile dysfunction issues.
In my opinion, these studies are severely limited in scope, and will take a lot more than the results of 56 men to determine whether or not it’s truly effective.
5. Eroxin Reviews
When we originally wrote this review, there was virtually no information about Eroxin available online.
Since then, things have changed.
For example, they now have a product listing on Amazon with a total of 6 reviews.
Not exactly an ideal amount of reviews, but at least it’s something.
The problem is, none of these “reviews” are very revealing or detailed.
For example, many of them say stuff like “doesn’t work so far” and “didn’t seem to help”.
That’s great and all, but would you mind giving us a bit of a background / more detail?
If I were sitting across a table from the men who wrote these reviews, I would ask things like:
“Have you used anything similar to Eroxin before?”
“Did it not work ‘at all’, or did it work for a little while and then stop working?”
“Do you have a severe case of erectile dysfunction?”
The only remotely helpful review of Eroxin was this one:
Since we originally wrote this, we’ve actually had a couple of detailed reviews posted on our site.
Click Here to read them.
There is virtually NO information about it online anywhere else, and I checked all of the usual places: Reddit, Youtube, Amazon, etc.
As new information comes about, I’ll be sure to update this review.
6. Are there any side effects?
As with any supplement, side effects are always possible.
One of the most concerning we came across was from one of the reviews posted below.
My guess is that this is the exception more so than the rule, but it should be considered if you’re thinking about buying this supplement.
7. Who Makes Eroxin?
After diving down several rabbit holes, I was finally able to locate the manufacturer for Eroxin.
Located in Ft Lauderdale FL, Biocentric Health is a“direct to consumer health marketing and publishing company that provides a complete line of vitamins, minerals, herbs and nutrient-rich nutritional supplements that are scientifically formulated by our four research doctors.” (Source)
According to their website, they are responsible for several brands of supplements including:
- Cavanex: A rejuvenation supplement, whatever that means.
- Prostedio: A prostate health supplement.
- Androx: A “sexual health and vitality” supplement
- Flexazyme: A joint relieving supplement.
- Hydraflexin: Another joint reliever.
- Neuroplex: A nootropic.
Based on my research, Eroxin appears to be their flagship supplement.
While some of their supplements (like Hydraflexin, for example) are rated highly on Amazon, it wasn’t all good news.
The Better Business Bureau gives Biocentric Health an F rating, noting 9 complaints in the last 9 years.
Unfortunately, the BBB does not list any of the details for these complaints.
8. Will Eroxin Really Give Me A Bigger Penis?
Despite the marketing stating otherwise, it’s highly unlikely that Eroxin will have any sort of effect on size.
In fact, no pill will despite the claims.
Click Here to find out why there’s no such thing as a “permanent enlargement pill”.
9. Where To Buy Eroxin
You won’t find Eroxin in any stores like Walgreens, Walmart, GNC, or CVS. Additionally, they do not appear to sell it via online retailers like Amazon or eBay.
It appears that it’s only available by calling their toll-free phone number 800-596-2899, or visiting their website www.BiocentricHealth.com.
In the booklet I have, it looks like they used to offer it in different price ranges depending on how much you buy.
However, in this particular ad they are offering a fixed price of $19.99 per box.
This includes a limit of 8 boxes.
Their website paints a different picture, with an average retail price of $49.95 for a one-time purchase.
Alternatively, the do offer a $5 discount if you sign up for their “subscribe and save” option.
With this option, you can opt to receive a box of Eroxin continually sent to you on a monthly, or even quarterly basis.
What about their return policy?
Throughout their product offerings, I’ve seen numerous instances of them touting their 90 day satisfaction guarantee.
According to their returns page, if you are unhappy with your purchase for any reason whatsoever, you can contact them within 90 days of your order and get a full refund.
Unfortunately, this does involve calling their customer service department and obtaining an RMA number.
An RMA number is what’s known as a “return merchandise authorization” number, which is used to track your return.
In essence, you can’t just send the product back without getting one of these.
This is very common in the supplement industry, even for products I personally recommend.
There’s way too little known about Eroxin to come to a conclusion. I’ve never heard of it’s chief ingredient (Enostim) before, which puzzles me.
If it is as effective as they say it is, you would usually see TONS of other supplements pumping this ingredient into their formula.
From what I can tell, the only supplement on the market that contains Enostim is Eroxin.
With all of that said, the fact that they had a clinical study conducted does lend it a bit of credibility.
If Eroxin does what it says it does, then you may be in for a sweet surprise.
Judging from the feedback we’ve received, I wouldn’t count on it!
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Have you used this supplement?
This product gave me reactions like itching, welts on my arms and back, and head. I experienced nothing else.
I didn't experience any of the promised claims. I am very unsatisfied with the results.
94 out of 100 people found this review helpful.
I purchased 1 box to see if it works. I've taken just 1 pill and there was no change at all that I even took it.
It seems these products require dosing for a period before it works. I only purchased on the box which they have a slam it seems to lock you in for more pills on a continues purchase.
If it does not work you must call a number to cancel the order. I don't believe this product works just because of the promotion tactics presented and no present information availability.
I would not recommend this product.
12 out of 15 people found this review helpful.
John mcdowell's Review
I have little to no positive remarks to say about Eroxin. It simply doesnt work.
The thing that ticked me off the most is that BioCentric Health shared or sold my PII info (name and mailing address) to a half of dozen hucksters that inundate me regularly with highly objectionable mailings to include lude pornagraphic material. It is unsolicited and probably illegal.
In spite of correspondence to Biocentric to remove me from their mailing list, I get weekly unwanted overtures from them a least twice a month. The message is " be extremely careful " if you purchase their product.
2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
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Does this product Eroxin really work ? -James
I haven't used it myself, but I would be surprised if it worked like they say it does.- Rob
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