Testo Extreme Anabolic Review
Now if you read my other review on Tauro Test you’ll know that I hate these kinds of products with a passion.
The whole flashy ‘legal steroid’ look always seems to hint that it’s style over subtance. They usually plug this controversial angle to attract impulse buyers, whereas in reality this product is nothing more than a gimmick.
Sadly, this product does sell and seems to be ensnaring more and more youngsters into buying it through grandiose promises and playing on their naivety.
It is shameless pandering to newbies to the extent that the product even has its own mini injection – that isn’t even an injection. This is literally how I imagine how ‘toy steroids’ would look.
In their marketing, the product promises to:
- Be the strongest legal testosterone and muscle booster without the need for PCT
- Be Made with only scientifically backed ingredients
- Improve overall performance
- Pack on lean mass, even for hard gainers
Although after viewing the ingredients, I can tell you right now – this product does NONE of those things.
Made by Nutra Cell Labs (Not be confused with Nutracell) Testo Anabolic Extreme is quite literally one of the shadiest products I’ve come across.
If you’ve seen their website you’ll know what I’m talking about.
We won’t go into it now but this product is splattered with a multitude of fake reviews and testimonials. Both on their own website and on Amazon.
It also seems to be gushing with buzz words and scientific phrases to confuse the reader into thinking that they’re dealing with some pretty technical stuff, which in reality they’re nowhere near.
You’ll know exactly what I mean when we cover the dosages later on.
Ingredients: The Science
This is a Testosterone Junkie first. Unfortunately Testo Extreme Anabolic arrives in an unmarked bag with the fake syringe next to it.
There is no supplement fact sheet or any information whatsoever of what’s actually in the product.
I had to pull these ingredients from their Amazon page online.
And seeing as we have no idea of the dosages of this product, let’s go ahead and assume it’s a proprietary blend.
I’ll say this. There is a lot of ingredients in this product, and I’m not sure even if 20% of them work.
Here’s all the ingredients I found that help boost testosterone:
- Avena Sativa
- Ginseng Root
That’s it. The only one with any real grounding anyway. Avena Sativa is a type of oat that has been seen to raise luteinzing hormones in the body, which are a precursor to testosterone and growth hormone.
How much is in this product however is anyone’s guess.
The ginseng does boost T levels, but there’s more of a focus on libido than anything else. It has also been used in studies to effectively treat erectile dysfunction.
And here are all the other ingredients that offer nothing towards the testosterone boosting process:
- Damania Leaf
- Tribulus Terrestris
- Glucosamine Sulfate
- N-Acetyl-L-Carnitine Hydrochloride
- Saw Palmetto Extract
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Green Tea Extract
I’m not joking. They’re all in there.
The last three would definitely be better in a fat burner, I’m sure they’re just there to perk up energy levels so guys feel like their testosterone has started to soar.
Honorable mention here to Inositol.
This is a phytoestrogenic fiber that has actually been seen to decrease testosterone levels. Keep it up Nutracell Labs
Others may argue for the Damania Leaf and the Tribulus Terrestris but both of these have been proven time and time again in human studies to have no effect whatsoever on testosterone levels.
With each bottle containing 30mls of confused, ineffective goodness you are required to take your fake syringe and physically squirt 1ml under your tongue once a day.
Believe it or not, they also want that stuff to sit there for at least 5 seconds before swallowing.
Leaving aside this utterly stupid administration of the product, the serving schedule is poor as well. Most effective T-Boosters require 3-4 servings a day to produce efficient results.
One serving a day (if this product actually worked) would raise testosterone levels for a period of time, but without a constant supply levels would sink back down.
Considering the feedback and the ingredients this product has, the most you’re going to feel is an energy kick down to a combination of the carnitine, green tea, guarana and caffeine.
In terms of testosterone boosting you’ll be hard pressed to see any changes and is completely over-shadowed by the best on the market.
First of all we don’t have a full confirmation of the ingredients. There are many contradictory sources and the product itself upon arrival is unmarked and looks rushed together.
Customers have reported light headedness and dizziness.
Saw Palmetto in particular can cause liver injury and vomiting if in a high enough dose.
My Review Conclusion
There’s no other way to say this. This is a terrible product.
The ingredients in this product show that no real research has gone into Testo Extreme Anabolic whatsoever.
There only seems to be 2 nutrients that make any difference to testosterone levels; Avena Sativa and Ginseng.
The rest are either ineffective, actually reduce testosterone levels (inositol) or more suited to a fat burner – and that’s even if these are the actual ingredients.
This product is so hard to find any verified information on, it’s hard to tell what’s true and what isn’t.
Add on to that the fact that you have to squirt this product under your tongue for 5 seconds, and it all looks less appealing by the minute.
This product is nothing more than a gimmick, a ‘legal steroid’ that feeds off of controversy to make its sales.
Save your money, go elsewhere.