Bazooka Pills Review
Unless you have looks like Brad Pitt or a body like Arnold Schwarzenegger, guys like us need every advantage we can get to score the woman of our dreams. Most of us will agree that confidence plays a big role in attractingm women, and nothing spells a huge confidence level more than a big penis. At least, that is what the makers of Bazooka Pills male enhancement product claim. They say that their product will help you to gain 3+ inches in length, increase your girth, and help to stop premature ejaculation. But is it possible to change something once thought to be anatomically impossible to change?
What Are Bazooka Pills?
Manufactured by a company here in the US, Bazooka Pills are a daily male enhancement supplement purportedly designed to increase the size of your penis. According to their official site, as a result of years of research by doctors in the field of Urology, this revolutionary “breakthrough” in male enhancement therapy has helped thousands of men increase their size and performance.
They also mention that their product has been rated 4.5/5 from a list of close to 55,000 reviews, some of which are posted on their site. The majority of the reviews do mention that they indeed did grow a substantial difference in size, but however do not provide any before and after pictures of their results.
How to Take and Ingredients in Bazooka Pills
Bazooka Pills are designed to be take on a daily basis, 2 capsules a day, one in the morning and one at night before bedtime. On their FAQ’s page they pose the question to the visitor, “How Does Bazooka Differ From Other Male Enhancement Supplements”, and mention that it is not a pharmaceutical drugs. Barring the obvious, they really don’t provide any mention of how it is truly different from competing products such as Vigrx Plus and others.
Bazooka pills contain many of the same ingredients found in a wide array of other products, such as L-Arginine, Tribulus Terrestris, Tongkat Ali, Oat straw, Maca, Ginseng, Cayenne Pepper, Ginkgo Biloba and Saw Palmetto. The quantities of each ingredient are not listed individually.
Pro’s of Bazooka Pills
- They have a very informative and useful website with plenty of answers to common questions.
- It has apparently been developed by leading physicians.
- Ships discreetly and offers a 60 day money back guarantee.
- Dozens of positive testimonials on their site.
Con’s of Bazooka Pills
- We believe there is no pill that can make you grow 3 inches, no matter what time period you use them for.
- Claim clinical trials, but provide no evidence or proof they exist.
Video Review of Bazooka Pills
The video review of Bazooka Pills below seems to be a paid for testimonial done by the company, but this is not disclosed in the description. The video has a STAGGERING 1,066 likes, more so than all of our videos on You tube combined X 10. Either this guy is the end all be all of male enhancement supplements, or the company paid for some elaborate scheme to have a 1,000 people come in and say comments like “great job on the video” and “answered all of my questions, thanks”. Decide for yourself below:
It’s pretty clear to me that this guy ^ was paid to do this review, as evident by his lack of real information on Bazooka Pills. While I think it can definitely help you increase your size slightly, the fact is it will be at most an inch, and that’s even a stretch.
Bazooka Pills also don’t come very cheap, with a 6 month supply coming in at around $200. For most guys, $200 for a bigger penis is peanuts, as many will spend upwards of $500 – $700 on a variety of different devices, such as enlargement systems and others.
If you think that any pill will give you a permanent increase in size of 4 inches, you are in for a real surprise. The truth is, and the manufacturers of these pills don’t want you to know this, is that in order to gain serious size you need to either combine a pill such as Bazooka with enlargement exercises, or use an extender device to create permanent gains. While there are plenty of reviews to suggest that Bazooka Pills is the real deal, we question the validity of these reviews.