Rivalus Enpulse Reviews

Community Rating:

0.0 / 5.0

Editor's Rating:

0.0 / 5.0
Derek Peterson
By Derek Peterson
January 4, 2011

As we know, higher testosterone leads to a heightened sex drive, bigger muscles, and the ability to burn fat stores, and numerous testosterone boosters are designed specifically to meet those requirements.

However, Rivalus Enpulse is trying to go above and beyond other testosterone boosters. Not only is it meant to pump up testosterone, Enpulse uses aromatase inhibitors to create “an anti-estrogenic environment” within the body.

By blocking the enzymes that make estrogen, Enpulse hopes to take testosterone levels to the next level, but will it really get you there?

Inside Rivalus Enpulse

While doing our research, we found that Rivalus Enpulse is packed with truly great ingredients. Three in particular really caught our eye. Avena Sativa Extract, Eurycoma Longifolia, and Tribulus Terrestris are three of the best components you can find in a testosterone booster. All three have been proven to bolster the production of testosterone, which in turn leads to improved sexual health, more energy, better workouts, more muscle mass, and finally more fat burning.

As an added bonus, Enpulse also contains ingredients such as Coleus Forskohlii (which can increase thyroid function and metabolism) as well as Maca Root (which can stimulate libido), so you can get more bang for your buck. Such ingredients, although not necessarily testosterone boosters, can make a dramatic impact on your performance and help take your workouts to the next level.

But even though these three great ingredients are present, however, we’re not sure how many milligrams of each are included. Enpulse’s content information fails to divulge the exact dosages of each. This is always a red flag. Even if a product has all the right ingredients, it could still be worthless if they aren’t mixed in the proper concentrations.

Potential Risks and Side Effects

Though this product boosts testosterone naturally through the ingredients we mentioned above, Enpulse also has a few ingredients that aren’t necessarily that safe.

Some of the compounds Enpulse uses to shut down estrogen production have been known to cause serious health problems. Side effects such as liver dysfunction, bone decay, and kidney failure have all been tied to anti-aromatase treatments (estrogen inhibitors) in the past.

Pricing and Guarantee

Price is also an issue here. In order to find out if Rivalus Enpulse is effective, you have to spend $80.00 to try it! What many consumers don’t seem to realize is there are several products already out there with proven ingredients in proven amounts that cost half as much. Our suggestion is: don’t waste $80 dollars on a product that hasn’t proven itself useful.

Although there are several sellers that offer a 30 day money back guarantee for all of their products, Rivalus Enpulse (at this time) is not backed by its own manufacturers, so if it doesn’t work for you, you’re stuck with a pricey placebo.


In the end, we cannot recommend Rivalus Enpulse. Though we were first very much impressed with its ingredients, we found that many of them aren’t included in clinically tested amounts and that several of them aren’t safe.

Why pay $80 dollars for liver dysfunction? By trying Enpulse, you are effectively risking your time, money, and health on something that may not even work in the first place. You’d be better off looking for a different testosterone supplement.

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