NativOrganics MALE POWER Advanced Male Performance Enhancer Testosterone Booster Review
For whatever reason you are looking for a T-Booster, we at TJ.com are there to offer sage advice and impartial reviews so you can become jacked, ripped or just less awful in bed.
Honestly, it has the image and pulling power of a vegans underwear…
A brown bottle is very old school chemist, plain and un-fetching graphics whichis not going to grab the attention of anyone looking to get stacked. However, that said, our last review was mocked due to its retro, Indie graphics and we all know how that ended!
Hmmm, I am getting a bit of deja vu here, there appears to be some great ingredients from a manufacturer that is unbeknown to myself and doesn’t look like the kind of product a gym rat would be going for. Let’s take a closer look:
D-Aspartic Acid – Research proves that D-Aspartic Acid is a physiological amino acid which releases and synthesises testosterone in human.
Ginseng – Asian red ginseng has been used for centuries to strengthen the immune system, boost energy, and increase longevity. In studies, ginseng has increased testosterone levels in lab animals and is again found in our #1 booster Testofuel and #2 booster Primemale
Zinc – This is recommended for muscle building athletes year round to maximise your natural production of testosterone.
L-Arginine – L-arginine is converted in the body into a chemical called nitric oxide. Nitric oxide causes blood vessels to open wider for improved blood flow which can enhance performance.
Vitamin E – human and rodent subjects both experience a significant drop in testosterone levels if they are deficient of vitamin E.
Then you have:
Tribulus Terrestris – one of the most marketed and highly touted testosterone boosters, this supplement has never been proven to be effective in this regard and time after time rears its ugly head.
Maca Root – This Peruvian strain of ginseng is great for lifting libido and mood, however, when it comes to raising testosterone levels it has no effect at all.
Ginkgo – This appears to help with blood flow and circulation, however, there is no real body of evidence to support these claims.
Horny Goat Weed – Epimedium, the suspected active component of horny goat weed, appears to act as a phosphodiesterase inhibitor, similar to some drugs used for erectile dysfunction.
Find out which ingredients work and which don’t
– Testosterone boosting ingredients –
Looking at this, you’d be right to think someone has at least done their research, it is not often you see D-Aspartic Acid, Zinc, Ginseng et al included in many T-Boosters but this small timer has done just that, so you may think we are on to a winner and at first glance so did we…
2 caps per day, to be taken at once. This is a no, no for us. It is helpful to take your dose throughout the day to continuously promote the production of high T-levels. This may give your a burst when you take it but then deplete over the next 24 hours.
Well on paper it looks pretty good, but the reality is that the actual amount of ingredients per serving is poor. As such this isn’t going to have any real world effect on your workout or quest for gains. It’s a negative from us.
It barely breaches the 1000mg mark for the combined ingredients that consist of some utter garbage too such as Tribulus, Maca, etc. And for the love of God, Allah and everyone else it’s another proprietary blend. You know my feelings by now. If it’s a proprietary blend you may as well go to the state penitentiary and pull your pants down! Yeah, I don’t fancy that either.
My Review Conclusion
What was initially looking like a pretty positive testosterone booster and another contender to the likes of Testofuel, Prime Male and the newly crowned #3 Vintage Boost has quickly disintegrated into another wannabe with low contents, poor dosage and a proprietary blend. And it is a big disappointment, another one to avoid and save your money and spend it on something effective.