Active Ingredient(s): Niacin + Zinc + Copper + Proprietary Blend
Category: Men's Health

Enzyte Overview

Enzyte is a herbal nutritional supplement originally manufactured by Berkeley Premium Nutraceuticals. The marketing of Enzyte resulted in a conviction and prison term for the company's owner and bankruptcy of the company. The product is now marketed by Vianda, LLC of Cincinnati, Ohio. The manufacturer has claimed that Enzyte promotes "natural male enhancement," which is a euphemism for enhancing erectile function. However, its effectiveness has been called into doubt and the claims of the ma...

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Black And Dark Red Capsule Pill Filled With Liquid No Markings

my mom found these pills that are in a capsule that is half black and half dark red and it has a oil type liquid that smelled to me like cooking flour. shes freaking out about it and I have no idea what it is please any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. ## Hi QueenBee, Unfortunately there is no way to identify a pill without an imprint as all Rx and OTC drugs in the US are required by the FDA to have an imprint. Unless there was an imprint that got rubbed off, your pill is likely to be one of the following: diet, energy, herbal, vitamin. Otherwise it could be illicit or foreign. Where exactly did your mom find the pills? I hope this helps in some way! ## This is a pill originating in China and is distributed for a company that calls this product "Enzyte". It is supposed...


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