• Type of drug: Male enhancement (food supplement)
  • Prescribed for: Erectile dysfunction (ED) in men

Zytenz General Information

Zytenz is a food supplement used in men to improve their sexual function. The supplement addresses several issues at the same time.

It contains ingredients that are most commonly used as sexual supplements and belong to different categories:

  • Aphrodisiacs

They should act on increasing desire and excitement by countering impotence. They are generally made up of dried extracts and micronized powders of herbs, roots and drugs fortified with stimulating amino acids.

The most common ingredients are the Monte Hermon herb (Ferula odorosa), the Damiana (Turnera diffusa), the Muira puama (Ptychopetalum olacoides), the Guarana (Paullinia cupana), the Ginseng (Panax ginseng), the Andean Maca (Lepidium) meyenii) and Ginko biloba, but also L-taurine, caffeine and ginsenosides. Among the amino acids marketed to increase the synthesis of nitric oxide, stimulating the flow of blood to the penis, we recall the Arginine, ornithine and Citrulline.

Sex aphrodisiac in the composition of Zytenz are marketed by virtue of a hypothetical ergogenic function on the overall sexual functions; they should act by increasing sexual activity, reducing performance anxiety, improving genital oxygenation, enhancing muscle contractility, relieving the sense of fatigue and, not least, promoting libido.

  • Energizing tonic

These are mixtures containing potentially stimulating herbs and amino acids; all this should affect the overall physical charge resulting in an improvement in concentration and sexual performance. The elite ingredients are: Guarana (Paullinia cupana), Coffee, Cola and Ginseng (Panax ginseng), but also Sinefrina, Arginina and Citrullina, as well as vitamin mixes.

  • Testosterone stimulants

Deputies exclusively for male consumption (although even in women, sexual desire is modulated by the same hormone), testosterone-stimulating sexual supplements are basically composed of dry plant extracts and synthetic molecules that can directly or indirectly affect the endogenous production of this steroid hormone . The most common ingredients are: Tribulus (Tribulus terrestris), Maca (Lepidium meyenii), Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum), Muira Puama (Ptychopetalum olacoides), Nettle (Urtica dioica), Serrated palmetto (Serenoa repens) and Crisina.

  • Antioxidants

Some antioxidants are used as pro-fertilizing molecules in humans; the most important is astaxanthin, a carotene (provitamin A) synthesized by some algae and naturally present in fishery products (crustaceans and fish). It has an anti-radical power 550 times higher than vit. E (tocopherol) and its experimentation on sterile couples has brought excellent results determining an increase in conception through: the reduction of free radicals in the sperm, the increase in sperm motility, the reduction of blood levels of inhibin B (hormone that inhibits selectively the production of Follicle Stimulating Hormone [FSH or stimulating follicle hormone] responsible for the production of spermatozoa).

Zytenz Cautions And Warnings

Sex supplements are over-the-counter products that do not require a medical prescription but which, in addition to being potentially the subject of commercial fraud, often do not confer the benefit they aim to make; in case of physical or psychological problems affecting the sexual sphere, it is advisable to lean first to the general practitioner and then, if necessary, to a sexologist or a specialized doctor (endocrinologist, andrologist etc.). Only these reference figures will be able to assess whether the use of sexual supplements proves necessary or even simply useful for the objective.

Possible Side Effects

Zytenz can provoke allergic reactions if you are predisposed to allergies towards any of the product’s components. Other side effects of Zytenz include skin rash, nausea, headache, changes in blood pressure, insomnia and other symptoms.

Zytenz Drug Interactions

Consult your doctor before taking Zytenz in combination with any other drug or food supplement. Do not take the drug with Beta-blockers, digoxin, calcium channel blockers, diuretics, ACE inhibitors and nitrates.

Food Interactions

Do not take Zytenz within two hours of having tea, coffee or alcohol drinks.

Zytenz Usual Dose

Take 3 doses of Zytenz daily, and 3 pills (optionally) before having sex. The maximal dose of Zytenz is 6 pills in 24 hours.


Zytenz overdose is manifested in nausea, severe headache, fainting, increased heartbeat rate, vomiting, hallucinations and other symptoms. However, it takes more than 70 regular doses to overdose on the supplement.

Zytenz Special Information

For pharmaceutical companies and supplements, the sexual field is one of the most “pecuniary draw”. Where (often and willingly) the performance of a good psychotherapist or a good specialized doctor would be enough (frequently ignored for the higher costs or too much embarrassment), it is preferred (also for pride, especially in the male sex) to lean on friends and acquaintances on the basis of experiences or stories “legendary” that narrate the achievement of exceptional performance (or even normal) on the use of some sexual supplements. A similar attitude can only increase the uncertainties, chronicize the discomfort and probably materialize a new psychological dependency. It is to prevent such cases Zytenz is used.

Use In Special Populations

Zytenz is not intended for the use in other categories of patients than men of age 18 and older.