Eztenze pills are herbal supplements that claim to enhance a man's penis size. Most Extenze sellers provide a satisfaction guarantee. Typically it offers to refund a customer's money if he is not satisfied with the results after trying Extenze pills for a trial period like 30 or 60 days. Extenze pills must be ordered and used properly in order to gauge their effect and decide whether to continue taking them or to get a refund.
Purchase a packet of Extenze pills from a website that offers a satisfaction guarantee. The length of the guarantee varies, but it usually runs either 30 or 60 days. Note whether the trial period begins when you place your order or when you actually receive the pills, and keep the instructions for requesting a refund in case you are not satisfied with the results.
Take one Extenze pill per day and track the results during the trial period. Although you can do this by sight, taking a measurement once per day will be more accurate. This prevents you from perceiving a placebo effect.
Keep taking Extenze pills on a daily basis if you are satisfied with the results, ordering more as needed. You can take them for as long as it takes to achieve your desired size. According to the manufacturer, most users reach their ideal size within 3 to 4 months of daily use.
Send the Extenze pills back and request a refund at the end of the trial period if you are not happy with the results. Make sure you follow the seller's instructions exactly in order to ensure it will give you the refund. Most require you to return any unused pills and to pay for return shipping.
Order from an Extenze vendor that does not sign you up for an automatic shipping program. Some vendors automatically sign you up to receive monthly shipments, and you are billed accordingly. Avoid this by dealing with sellers who will only ship and bill for the quantity you choose to order.
There is no scientifically validated, peer-reviewed evidence that Eztenze pills actually work, and anecdotal reports from users are mixed. Because they are an herbal supplement, Extenze pills are not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) so they don't have to prove their effectiveness.
Based in Kissimmee, Fla., Barb Nefer is a freelance writer with over 20 years of experience. She is a mental health counselor, finance coach and travel agency owner. Her work has appeared in such magazines as "The Writer" and "Grit" and she authored the book, "So You Want to Be a Counselor."