Infinite Labs Cyclo Bolan Anabolic Support Testosterone Booster Review | Are The Ingredients Scientifically Proven?

Infinite Labs Cyclo Bolan Anabolic Support Testosterone Booster Review | Are The Ingredients Scientifically Proven?

Infinite Labs Cyclo Bolan Anabolic Support Testosterone Booster Review

First Look

Nice and bright, not sure what it is about bright colored packaging but they certainly draw me in compared to anything that has a darker, more aggressive hue.

The whole package is uncluttered and easily read which is great in my eyes.

We’ve already reviewed the ZMA product from Infinite Labs and it scored a low result due tot lack of overall ingredients required for a full on testosterone stimulation.

About Infinite Labs

These guys have a wealth of supplements available in their range.

The website is also full of helpful articles to ensure you get the best from your workout plans.

Therefore, with this in mind we are expecting a great product.


proprietary blend



– Horny Goat Weed

Horny goat weed seems to help with impotency and sexual dysfunction.

There are not any studies that can prove horny goat weed will increase testosterone levels. [1]

– Nettle Root

There is a study confirming that nettle can increase testosterone.

However, nettle is more effective at reducing estrogen levels which can override testosterone and create a hormonal imbalance.

This imbalance with have a detrimental effect on body composition and even mood. [2]

– BioPerine 

Nioperine or piper nigrum does not have any effects on hormone levels or body composition whatsoever.

However, its role is to help increase the bio-availability and absorption of the other nutrients. [3]

– Yohimbe

Yohimbe is often found in fat burner supplements because of its high stimulatory effects.

However, it can be dangerous to take and there’s no realproof that it can alter fat mass levels. [4]

– Histidine

No conclusive evidence of testosterone being increased with supplementation. [5]

 – Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA)

As we age DHEA levels drop. DHEA is a precursor to testosterone.

Therefore, the theory is that if we supplement with DHEA we will then increase testosterone production.

Yet the studies do not support this theory. [6] [7] [8]

– Cordyceps 

Cordyceps has proven to have very poor bio-availability, as a result it is more effective when injected.

Studies in to cordyceps and testosterone levels lean towards it being a hormone regulator instead of actually stimulating more hormone production. [9]

– Tribulus

Tribulus has been marketed as a steroid like supplement for decades.

However, there is no scientific evidence to even remotely suggest that this will increase testosterone levels.

Do not buy tribulus and expect it to raise your natural male sex hormones. [10]


3 pills per day – this amounts to a fairly average 1908mg.

4 pills per day are ideal and it is recommended that they are taken throughout the day rather than all at once.

Having over 3000mg per day is what we are looking for too.


The only beneficial ingredient in this supplement is stinging nettle.

This has evidence to show that it has increased testosterone levels, but really its best asset is the ability suppress estrogen.

If too much estrogen starts to rise it will inhibit testosterone production. This means it can affect your body composition plus other factors such as mood and even bone density.


This test booster from Infinite Labs only includes one beneficial and effective ingredients known to assist with healthy hormone production.

This also consists of a proprietary blend.

Essentially this means we have no idea of how much of each ingredient is included.

In addition, there’s eight total ingredients.

Yet, just one is proven to help promote healthy hormone levels.

That means there are several additional ingredients that do not help at all.

Yet, this product could have easily included several, eight or even more nutrients that have been established to stimulate more natural testosterone.

These are basics, too.

Why include a raft of ingredients with no scientific background when you could easily find the content with easily obtainable studies?

Plus, at nearly $50 per bottle this is becoming a rather expensive way to throw money in the trash.

Tribulus could cause harm to female users and yohimbe is not safe, either.

What also makes me laugh is that it has been advised to cycle this product as if it is a steroid or prohormone.

I would not bother cycling this, I would just not bother touching it. Period.

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

Cyclo Bolan Video Review

Review Conclusion

This test booster supplement called Cyclo Bolan does not support anabolic function.

There is only one beneficial ingredients from a list of eight that can have any positive effect on hormone production.

The fact that the ingredients are concealed within a proprietary blend plus there’s a number of unproven ingredients speaks volumes about the effectiveness of this product.

The price is high for a lack of transparency or scientific research.

That, is not acceptable, not when there are plenty of supplements available that can help with your muscle building goals.

This omits all of the right ingredients required for success.












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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.

2 thoughts on “Infinite Labs Cyclo Bolan Anabolic Support Testosterone Booster Review | Are The Ingredients Scientifically Proven?

  1. Hi friend… Dont you have the the prohormone of cyclo bolan back in the days of 2010?
    I Will apreciate it very much your answer.
    Take care.

    1. Hi,

      I do not i’m afraid. I’m guessing that this product is trying to sell by being named quite similar.

      This is not going to increase testosterone levels I’m afraid.

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