Enduros Male Enhancement Pills Review
It’s been quite sometime since we wrote about an all natural combination of male enhancement pills and muscle builders for increased growth, but the time seemed right. While browsing through some (ahem!) adult sites, I could help but keep seeing ads for Enduros and Force X Muscle. Like most of the other free trial combinations I have come across, this one started off with your typical fake blog (Flog for short) (1), and talked about how using both in conjunction can give you a permanent increase in your size.
What is Enduros?
Enduros is a male enhancement supplement that is thought to increase size and stamina, as well as potentially increase your orgasms and decrease your recovery time. Certainly not the first time we have heard these claims, Enduros also purportedly works best when it is combined with Force X Muscle, an all natural muscle enhancing supplement. This same blog (and others like it) have also reported that the same results can be achieved when using Enduros with Ripped Muscle X, Nox Edge, and a few other products.
The Enduros formula contains a blend of anti oxidants and aphrodisiacs in an attempt to help modulate increased size. According to their official website, it is comprised of ingredients such as L-Arginine, Xanthoparmelia Scarbosa, Tongkat Ali, Cnidium Monnier, Tribulus Terrestris, Niacin, and A-AKG (an amino acid).
Enduros also reports a very healthy response from individuals, with close to 100% of the participants that have used the product reporting satisfactory results. Of course, this is from the products official website, and these same conclusions cannot be drawn from other outside sources.
They also mention that their product is side effect free, but there really is no way to determine that. I would gather that at least SOME people may have experienced an adverse reaction to it, even if it contains supposedly all natural ingredients. For example, the ingredient Niacin has been shown to cause facial flushing, which may cause a burning, itching, or tingling sensation in the face. (2)
Reviews of Enduros Online
The internet is literally cluttered with fake blogs that were solely setup and designed to make you believe that Eduros really is a #1 male enhancement pill. You should be very cautious of what you are reading about it when you stumble upon their sites, as they are literally not telling you the truth.
If Enduros REALLY was a magic “penis enlargement” supplement, you would be seeing loads of guys raving about it on forums, chat rooms, and the like. This is simply not the case.
The only review that I found that appeared “credible” was this video review I saw published just a few months ago:
It’s hard to tell if this guy is REALLY telling the truth, but I guess we can take what he says at face value. However, if you look at the BBB’s rating of Enduros, it’s paints a very different picture. They received a grade of F, based on numerous customer complaints dealing with their advertising and problems with their product.
Where Can You Buy It?
The only place I saw it for sale was on their official website, and the only way you can buy it is via their free trial. They advertise it as a free sample, but the reality is a bit different. Read on below…
The Truth About Enduros
The truth about Enduros will shock you, but it is necessary for you to know when to expect when you order this male enhancement supplement. You see, when you visit the official Enduros site, on the right hand side of the page you are prompted to enter in your order details, such as address, phone number, email, etc.
The initial jist of it looks good, you just fill out your information and your on your way to getting a free bottle of the stuff. But, when you get to the next page, they will ask you for your credit card information. Generally speaking, they tell you that they need it to pay for the shipping, something that the flog conveniently forgot to mention.
So no big deal, right? WRONG! After your trial period runs up, these products (both Enduros and Force X Muscle) end up charging you like $80 for the initial “free trial” bottle you received. Of course, this is completely deceiving, and the point is they are trying to get you to sign up for the product, not knowing that eventually you will be charged for it.
You can see a couple of examples of this very same deliberate scam in the links below:
The FTC has warned consumers about this deceptive practice (3), and you should heed their warnings.
I have seen dozens of these blogs and fake free trials being advertised for years, it is nothing new to me. But for the casual observer, you will probably overlook the fact that the free trial of Enduros is simply a sham to get you to input your credit card information. While the ingredients may actually work well, there is no pill that will give you a permanent increase in size, especially not the 1.5 inches in 4 weeks that you might be expecting from Enduros. If you truly want to find a product that can really help to increase your size, than check out the best male enhancement products that I have come across.
1. Fake Blog – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fake_blog
2. Side Effects of Niacin – http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-924-NIACIN%20AND%20NIACINAMIDE%20VITAMIN%20B3.aspx?activeIngredientId=924&activeIngredientName=NIACIN%20AND%20NIACINAMIDE%20VITAMIN%20B3
3. FTC and Free Trials – http://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0101-free-trial-offers