Male Enhancer


Here it is.

I’m watching TV with my wife, and this VERY wierd commercial comes on advertising some sort of male enhancer . The ad features this sort of “Stepford” family where the guy supposedly is using this new enhancer drug, and the wife is EXTREMELY happy to have him home.

The commercial picques my interest and I start to go to the computer to check it out, and my wife says, “Why? You don’t need that.” “I know,” I say, “I just wanna see what it is.” She wins every argument, so I end up not going to their website.

Now, I’m still curious, but I can’t remember the name of the drug. I’ve done searches on male enhancer, men’s health, etc. to no avail.

Has anyone seen the ad who might remember the name of the drug.


I saw an ad for this stuff on ESPN tonight during the Wings game, but I didn’t catch the name. I, too, am curious about this (not cuz I need it, of course).

I mean, if this drug is for what I think it is, then --holy crap!-- what’s next? Peter North hosting informercials hawking penis pumps?
From the back pages of Penthouse to prime time television…

Veromax? It was the first Google hit for “male enhancer”.

I’ve seen these commercials on ESPN. The product in question is called “Enzyte”, and according to their Web site (, it’s a mix of yohimbe, gingko biloba, and other bits of bark and roots.

yeah, herbs will make your penis bigger. uh huh.

Enzyte-- that’s the stuff.


Well, they might, if you glue them onto the end. Why shouldn’t the Tree Trunk of Love have a few leaves on it? :stuck_out_tongue:

I know there’s a beaver joke in here somewhere, but I’ll be dammed if I can think of one.

So is “nitric oxide” the same thing as nitrous oxide, AKA laughing gas? I can’t imagine having that stuff in your system makes you any more, uh, enhanced.

On the other hand, maybe this is why my wife goes to the dentist so often.

i still think your best bet is viagra and a box of chocolates.

Actually, it’s url=“”]Ron Jeremy.

Gah! I mean Ron Jeremy. Wonder if he does his impersonation of Yassir Arafat singing, “My Way”?

Definitely not. Nitric oxide is NO. As far as I can tell, nobody really knows what nitric oxide is good for–it doesn’t seem to hurt anything, so naturally there are a host of miracle cures claimed for it.

Nitrous oxide is N2O and is a dangerous drug if misused.

Thanks, DDG. I’ve heard radio commercials for that stuff, and I’ve wondered for a couple of weeks what “nitric oxide” was.