Testostorm Testosterone Booster Review
My issue with online market places such as Amazon or eBay enables almost anyone to attach themselves to a recent trend and burgeoning economy to make a few fast dollars whilst the customers are eager to jump on the gain train.
What the main issue I have though is that anyone can search for a supplement manufacture online, place a generic order for a fat burner or testosterone booster that has not been fully researched and just upload a label design and release an ineffective clone product to the gullible masses or at least those unable to carry out any thorough research.
This is a market with very few regulations in place and is rife for companies as well as individuals to take advantage of people’s self image insecurities.
This is all about masculinity and a far cry from my last review of testosterone up from Irvin naturals.
Here it is all about building muscle fast and to prove it they have included a library picture of a bodybuilder, in fact, I have seen this library image so often I feel he is a relative.
We are promised much from this product from future DNA that reinventing my body doesn’t seem such a distant reality.
The problem is, it all feels too shouty and someone somewhere is chasing a quick buck, however, they do invite you to apply for a free 14 day trial.
Now the cynic in me feels that this is quite strange as even taking steroids any noticeable effects will not be evident within 14 days so this is quite an odd approach to take.
I feel it is there to instill confidence in the purchaser and you have to apply for the trial so in reality they may not provide any free samples at all as they’re not obliged too.
However, I feel it is a cunning tactic that will have many punters part with their cash for at least one bottle just to see if it lives up to the hype.
Ingredients: The Science
There are six ingredients here to assist with stimulating testosterone production, initially I thought this may be a ZMA product with a little extra to differentiate the product yet offer any negligible impact.
However, looking a little more closely reveals that this is not the case.
Vitamin B6 – This offers a standard 10mg dose of B6 which is known and proven to assist with the production of testosterone.
Zinc – Another well regarded and proven ingredient that is found amongst out top testosterone boosters and is a the pillar of every ZMA support product.
However, this provides a lowly 20mg against the usual 30mg that is so often found and as present in Testofuel.
Testofen – Testofen is a Fenugreek extract formula and Fenugreek is a proven ingredient as found in our benchmark product; testofuel.
There’s a healthy dose of 300mg here.
Fenugreek is also found in quite a few curry dishes so always a good reason to grab a curry and beer.
L-Arginine – This is found in many pre workout supplements or products designed to make you more vascular.
L-Arginine opens up the blood vessels and arteries to assist with blood flow, nothing really to do with testosterone but will assist with any impotency issues lurking.
Tribulus – Whoah, remember when I spoke of generic products and ingredients?
This is one of them, no actually proven results from research to even suggest this helps with testosterone, it’s just been touted around for so long people start to believe the hype. Either way, there’s a ridiculously inept 50mg available here anyway.
Probably for the best.
Rhodiola When combined with Ginkgo this can offer endurance gains by increasing oxygen consumption and protecting against fatigue, but has nothing to do with Testosterone.
And, there’s no Ginkgo in this product.
Find out which ingredients work and which don’t
two tablets per day, this is a little too less in my opinion and will encourage deep peaks and troughs.
Unfortunately there is an unbelievably low dose of 430mg per day, this is laughable.
And, this confirms my initial suspicion that this was another generic clone produced en mass with a different logo on the label.
3 of the six ingredients are effective but realistically it is five ingredients short of having any effects.
It is also about 2500mg short of content too compared to our TOP 3 Boosters.
With that money back guarantee they are either in financial strife or too many people cannot be bothered applying for the refund.
It seems I have already covered these.
However, I think it is important to reiterate the lack of useful ingredients and content let alone the too low daily dose.
The inclusion of Tribulus is laughable and the L-arginine seems a lost opportunity and more of a shot in the dark to cover a further base on a Google or Amazon product search.
The absence of any pictorial evidence or progression submissions from satisfied customers sets alarm bells ringing plus selling on Amazon just confirms my suspicions that this is not a well researched product with customer results in mind.
TestoFuel covers important ingredients such as D-aspartic Acid, Vitamin D3, B6, B12, K2 and has additional proven ingredients such as Fenugreek and Oyster Extract.
My Review Conclusion:
With the absence of D-Aspartic Acid, Vitamin D3, Ginseng, B12, Oyster or K2 but the inclusion of Tribulus ensures I will be keeping a wide berth of Testostorm and I suggest you do also.
Overall this is an ill thought out product that will be ineffectual for results.