GNC Herbal Plus Tribulus Testosterone Booster Review // Is It A Waste Of Money?
I am sat here with a cup of protein coffee constantly stirring the cup to dry and dissolve some of the gritty, powder that is supposedly 27g of protein. It is a thankless and continuing task. It never ends. It tastes okay I guess, not the best but there’s worst things to put in your mouth, which nicely brings me on to this review of GNC’s fairy new addition to their supplement line up: Herbal Plus Tribulus.
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Whoah! Did someone say Tribulus?! Nah, they can’t have because we all know Tribulus is a load of horse shit with no proven results that show an increase in muscle mass nor strength…
Tribulus – Once again, the old tribulus raises its ugly head. The problem is that because this has been touted about for so long as a bit of a miracle plant extract used by the mysterious Eastern Bloc Olympic Athletes during the Cold War people have started to believe the hype and it is an easily recognizable ingredient the ill informed will have heard about down the gym. The issue is that it has not been scientifically proven to raise testosterone levels in any shape or form.
Avoid like a medieval plague if you are looking for muscular gainz.
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Up to 2 caps per day which will provide a pathetically woeful dose of useless tribulus. I would normally go on to say how 4 caps per day is better because it feeds your body with vital ingredients steadily throughout the day to avoid sudden spikes and deep troughs, however, I would just not bother wasting your time with this tribulus or any other tribulus. There’s 100mg of tribulus per day which is better than some other tribulus products on the market but that is like saying one stab wound is better than another stab wound. You’ve been stabbed either way and it ain’t good.
Many moons ago I used to take tribulus. I was young, fool hardy, plenty of disposable income at the time and very few overheads apart from renting a flat in East London, drinking beer at the weekend and buying bicycles that I would never use. Not at once anyway. However, that also opened up the door to loads of supplements and anything that seemed a bit like a steroid, even a modicum of hope was tried and tested.
However, with tribulus all I ever would gain was indigestion, and riding my bike home from King’s Cross to Dalston weaving through traffic with indigestion was never pleasant.
Indigestion. It’s mere existence. Money wasted.
I cannot begin to explain how useless tribulus really is. There is no proof that it works. It was conjured up in the past as a decoy, as something mysterious that has become as much part of folklore as the Loch Ness Monster or the Sasquatch.
This does not have any proven ingredients that you need in a testosterone booster, such as Zinc, B6, B12, D-Aspartic Acid, D3, Fenugreek, K2 or Oyster.