My Tauro Test Review
Author: Ben has been weight training alongside playing rugby for over 10 years. After graduating from university he started to take an interest in supplements and the ingredients used.
Over this time he has developed a good understanding of what is effective and building muscle and what isn’t.
Testosterone is paramount to any strength training and lean muscle mass gains, this accounts for ladies too!
Females have approximately 15 to 20 fold lower concentrations of testosterone compared to men but it is important to metabolic function. 
Tests have also shown that women who had more testosterone increased their lean muscle mass and power; therefore, testosterone boosters should not be ruled out.
To me this sort of packaging is a turn off; it tries to look aggressive and illegal as if it is some sort of under the counter drug.
The whole design is a bit of a mess to my eyes, however, I imagine it appeals to perhaps some of the younger guys who are proud to announce to everyone that they are “in training, bro” and will showcase every piece of gaudy/aggressive supplement gear they can muster whilst arse farting about in the squat rack doing arm curls.
The ingredients are clearly labelled but it is a proprietary blend, the only certain thing about a proprietary blend is the uncertainty, you simply do not know the exact amount of each ingredient.
As the ingredients read you essentially have 4 blends for each serving.
Each blend accounts for a percentage of the ingredients and each blend lists what is included, however, it is the exact amount of each of those individual ingredients that we do not know, it is quite confusing as we can see below:
- Testobullism™ (Patent Pending) Proprietary Blend Testosterone Amplification Matrix: 600mgs Longjack (Tongkat Ali), Fenugreek Extract (50% Fenusides), Horny Goat Weed (Icarin 40%), Methoxyisoflavone, 3,4-Divanillytetrahydrofuran 95%
- Secretrophon™ (Patent Pending) Proprietary Blend GH-Inducing Blend: 300mgs
Alpha GPC, Macuna Pruriens (20% L-Dopa) CAMP Agonists 670mcgs
- Estocut™ (Patent Pending) Proprietary Blend Estrogen Modulation Matrix: 200mgs I-3-C, White Button Mushroom, Resveratrol
- Tauro-Drive™ (Patent Pending) Proprietary Blend Delivery System Matrix: 45mgs
Black Pepper Extract, Ginger Root (5% Gingerols), Cayenne Powder Vitamin B-6 (3.3mg)
Zinc Chelate (5mg)
If we deconstruct the list and cross examine to the ingredients that are known to stimulate testosterone production in our bodies we find very few are included.
What is included appears to be in the blend of 45 mgs which is the lowest content of all four blends and even ginger root is deemed as not very useful.
6 pills per day over 3 doses, each pill is a rather dreary 912 MG.
I find this a little frustrating as you actually are required to take almost double the dosage as some other testosterone boosters.
The product promises a lot, however, there are not guarantees from the manufacturer.
As with testosterone boosters you should notice an increase in strength, muscle size and due to an increase in fat burning you should also notice better muscle definition too.
Always bear in mind that everyone is different, and what may work for you many not for someone else.
The proprietary blend is a massive negative for me; it is simply unclear clear how much of the ingredients you are actually getting per dose.
It is also quite expensive, the cheapest I could find online was 51USD/32.99GBP/64AUS/45EUR which looks good value compared to something such as TestoFuel however, you have to take more pills, with a lower dose lottery of unproven ingredients.
Due to the capsule being produced from gelatine it is not suitable for vegetarians, so take a hike sista!
My Tauro-Test Conclusion:
Over the years I have tried many products, some purely through curiosity and others (gullibly) from marketing – I believe this product to be of the latter.
I didn’t notice any particular increase in strength or size than what I was expecting to develop from a training plan of progressive poundages. That said there are a good few product reviews out there raving about Tauro Test.
Ultimately, for me it screams of marketing jargon; it looks mean and moody, there are plenty of ridiculous words on the packaging that do not exist in a dictionary, it is a proprietary blend and has lots of aggressive chat in the description to work you up in to a frenzy so you click the buy button.