bpi sports A-HD & Solid Testosterone Booster Review

bpi sports A-HD & Solid Testosterone Booster Review

bpi sports A-HD & Solid Testosterone Booster Review First Look:

This first got my attention because it is essentially 2 product, one that promises concentrated testosterone support, which to me usually means less ingredients, and a androgenic hardening agent.

Anything with ‘Andro’ in the branding always seems to sound a bit steroid elated to me so I guess others would think the same and purchase this just on that reasoning alone.

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Ingredients: The Science 


On the A-HD product there are 2 proprietary blends plus Niacin which amounts to 305mg. The SOLID product there is another proprietary blend which is just 100mg.

Depending on if you visit this site often or not, you may well know that a we are not fans of a proprietary blend and for good reason…

Just to let you know, a proprietary blend is just used to mask the exact weights and measures for each ingredient listed and it is the biggest scam in the supplement industry.

It is hard to trust anything which contains a proprietary blend as we could just be buying trace amounts of the listed ingredients with a load of filler or just one of the ingredients making up the majority to keep production costs to a minimal.


Niacin (Vitamin B3)

Higher amounts of niacin can improve cholesterol levels and lower cardiovascular risks. However, the jury is out on these real benefits.


Safflower Extract

 Possibly effective for lowering cholesterol but there’s very little evidence to substantiate any other claims it seems.


Flax Seed

Supplementation shows a decease in testosterone levels and helps combat hirsutism.



Zingiber Officinale (Ginger)

Whilst tested in rats extract of Zingiber Officinale significantly increased in the relative weight of the testis, the serum testosterone level, testicular cholesterol level and epididymal a-glucosidase activity.

However, these rats were given 600mg per kilo of bodyweight daily. So that is a fuckload you would need.


Pterocarpus marsupium (Indian Padauk)

This regulates blood glucose and insulin levels. Best results are found from 200mg per KG.



It is slightly odd to have this included. 

There’s not link to testosterone, it can, however, help reduce inflammation but has very poor bio-availability so a bit useless here.  Good for high cholesterol though.


Cardoon (Cynara cardunculus)

This Artichoke extract appears to reduce cholesterol and improve fat digestion, a very limited ability to assist with erectile dysfunction.



Used for cold sores, genital herpes and a mouth rinse after oral surgery.

It seems to be active against bacteria and an antioxidant or anti-inflammatory agent. Not much substantial evidence behind it all though.



Borassus Aethiopum (Palmyra Palm)

Seems to be an anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant. Used in my rituals across the African continent.



Supplementation in rats has shown an increase in testosterone alongside a high protein diet but no evidence in humans.


Cynodon dactylon (Bermuda Grass)

Studies suggest this may have important phytoconstituents which may be beneficial in promoting male sexual behavior in normal rats as well as stress-induced sexual dysfunction.



Just 2 capsules a day if purchased together which is not an optimal dose.

It should be 4 capsules at least like what is recommended by our top 3 testosterone boosters.

This way your body has a constant trickle of the ingredients to work with in order to stimulate testosterone.

Take a look at our Top 3 boosters for something effective.


This does not look too promising, much of the ingredients are antioxidants and anti-inflammatory rather than testosterone boosting or there just isn’t the evidence to support any claims, in fact with the inclusion of flaxseed that is going to reduce testosterone levels quite significantly.


The dosing schedule is extremely poor.

For ginger to work you would need around 600mg per 1kg/2.2LBS – the total amount of ingredients here per day is only 405mg.

I think this is the lowest dosed product we have reviewed. It certainly is as concentrated as BPI Sports claim.

There’s a reason we never really see these ingredients in any of the products we review, because they do not stimulate testosterone production.


This is a poor product, a real mash up of useless ingredients, including 1 that does the opposite of what we are trying to achieve.

It’s like buying a tent that leaks.

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Ben BA(Hons), PGCert

Ben established this site to be a free resource in 2015. Since then it has gained over half a million visits. He has always been interested in sport and he started playing rugby at the age of 6 represented his town, county and school. Ben also enjoys cycling, has started skiing and is in the Army Reserve representing his Regiment as part of the 150 Regimental Shooting Team. He holds a bachelor's and postgraduate degree in sport exercise & nutrition.
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