Finaflex Revolution Test Review
FinaFlex look to be relative new comers to the supplement scene. They have 17 products available and from looking at their website a hot looking girl too. Not sure whether she comes with any purchases though. However, it does show that they are marketing their products at both sexes rather than going full retard and just being macho man orientated.
Look professional, popular white packaging with a grey honeycomb graphic that I think is supposed to emulate molecular compounds. Everything looks above board and not just a bottle with a label hastily stuck on it by a guy in his moms trailer. We are also promised (but not without those pesky asterix) that test levels with be promoted, we’ll experience lean muscle gains, increased energy levels and sex drive all within 30 servings.
There’s a whole plethora of 13 ingredients included in the Revolution Test and there’s a few ingredients such as DAA and Fenugreek that I am particularly interested in due to their infamous effectiveness that feature in my favorite testosterone booster, TestoFuel.
Fenugreek – this is a proven ingredient as found in our benchmark product; Testofuel. It is not clear how much actual fenugreek is included as it is in a blend with DAA and Tongkat Ali.
Vitamin C – A great antioxidant that helps protect the testes from oxidative effects and preserve testosterone. A nice addition albeit very small at 50mg.
Selenium – No conclusive proof even when supplemented with Zinc that selenium increases testosterone levels. Zinc would have been a worthwhile addition though.
Longjack Extract – Eurycoma (Tongkat Ali, LongJack) is a pro-fertility agent and aphrodisiac that appears to have a large body of evidence supporting this role and some evidence suggesting it may be an anti-estrogen and pro-erectile agent. However, there is a lack of evidence for testosterone boosting.
N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine – Great for people with liver, heart and kidney problems but no evidence for boosting testosterone.
Milk Thistle – Again, another great ingredients for protecting and flushing out the liver and kidneys but more required for anyone doing a course or Prohormones or oral anabolic steroids, not really warranted for this.
D-aspartic Acid (DAA) – As found in our top T-Boosters, D-Aspartic Acid is a massive simulator of testosterone production and usually a testosterone booster which has it is worth a glance but this is included in a blend with no actual amounts listed.
Red Yeast Powder – There’s not much research available on this and could therefore be harmful for some people. It is thought that it is a healthy fat and will lower cholesterol.
Coenzyme Q10 – Our body makes CoQ10, and your cells use it to produce energy your body needs for cell growth and maintenance. It also functions as an antioxidant, which protects the body from damage caused by harmful molecules.
Saw Palmetto – Known to not have any usefulness at all to stimulate testosterone production.
Pygeum Bark – Pygeum contains chemicals that help shrink the prostate to relieve urinary problems such as poor urine flow and nighttime urination in men with enlarged prostates.
Nettle Root – This plant contains beta-sitosterol, which helps elevate testosterone levels. Nettles have also been shown to significantly decrease estrogen levels, another proven strategy for raising serum testosterone.
Brassaiopsis glomerulata – With a bit of careful branding to make it sound even racier (Letrosterone) there is currently a lack of evidence to support the usage of this plant orally for the purpose of aromatase inhibition. It is mainly used to treat rheumatism.
For our in-depth ingredients guide checkout:
– Our best & worst testosterone booster ingredients –
2 servings daily and not to take for more than 8 weeks solid. We are advised by their website that doses of DAA that exceed 1000mg daily should be taken in cycles – what a shame this doesn’t have even 750mg.
At best, there are 4 testosterone boosting ingredients. Which means there are 9 pointless elements which are taking up valuable ‘space’ effectively. The DAA and Fenugreek is in a blend with Longjack and each ingredient isn’t broken down to show the actual content so essentially a proprietary blend. The remaining ingredients really do seem a bit of a random mix and not what I would associate with to include in a testosterone booster. Being kind I would estimate that the total content of effective ingredients to stimulate testosterone production is 853mg and that is an optimistic guess. Far less than anything in our top 3.
There’s far too much crap included in this and far too little content or other effective and proven ingredients. The product doesn’t seem to know what it is, if it is a steroid cycle support by having milk thistle (albeit at a lowly 200mg at best) it is about 800mg short of being useful. If you are going to include Vitamin C at least ensure you are going to get 100% of DV and if you are trying to help back pain and rheumatism why bother with the other ingredients?! It is a mess of ingredients and names that people who have done a bit of light reading on steroids, testosterone etc will have seen a few times and then FinaFlex are just hoping they base their decision on something that they won’t have done too much in depth research on.
Too much crap which has diluted a few key ingredients. If FinaFlex had settled on Vitamin C, Fenugreek, D-Aspartic Acid and Nettle extract whilst providing 3000mg daily it would be far more effective and useful, as it is we have a confusing product that seems to just lightly brush upon a few little areas. Trying to be a jack of all trades and is definitely not a master of any.