W-Boost Female Testosterone Booster Review
W-Boost Female Testosterone Booster Review First Look
Can women benefit from a testosterone booster?
Testosterone Boosters are mainly aimed at men.
However, less people know that women also have testosterone and it is also just as important.
Testosterone is also associated with greater well-being and with reduced anxiety and depression. – [https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11304877]
It helps to improve bodily function ranging from muscle to sexual stimulation as well as cognitive health.
Yet, there’s very few testosterone booster supplements available for the female market.
Can this test booster really help a woman increase her own natural testosterone production?
Can CS Corp Labs hit the mark? Let’s look at their background…
Who are W-Boost?
I have no idea.
There’s very little available on their website about their history or even a mission statement.
What Are the claims W-Boost?
This seems to be marketed more as a sexual stimulator rather than outlining the other benefits a healthier level of testosterone would provide.
Three ingredients may help with libido
Too many potential negative side effects
W-Boost Ingredients: The Science
– Eurycoma Longifolia (Longjack, Tongkat Ali)
There are some claims that Longjack will increase testosterone levels.
Yet, there is very little evidence surrounding the claims.
There’s no human studies available proving that Longjack is effective when taken orally.
However, the most positive outcome from studies of Tongkat Ali is that it can help reduce day-to-day stress.
– Horny Goat Weed
Evidence would dictate that Horny Goat Weed does have a positive effect on male erectile dysfunction.
However, in studies it also seemed to lower testosterone levels.
Horny Goat Weed’s strength seems to lay in its ability to help nervous tissue grow and develop rather than having any effect on hormone levels.
This would suggest that any test boosters including Horny Goat Weed is merely mimicking the effects of higher testosterone levels by helping with erections.
This is because morning erections in men are a sign of healthy testosterone levels. 
Maca is often found in testosterone boosters claiming to help increase natural testosterone.
However, studies have shown that men who have been administered with 1500mg and 3000mg of Maca did not see a rise in testosterone levels.
However, it does improve sexual desire. 
– Saw Palmetto
Saw Palmetto has no evidence that it can increase testosterone.
When it was tested to establish how it may effect sexual arousal and desire the results were negative.
Therefore Saw Palmetto has no positive effect on either testosterone levels or sexual desire regardless of manufacturer claims.
There are also warnings regarding its safety for the liver and pancreas.
Do not take if you are pregnant or breastfeeding as it can be unsafe. 
– Tribulus Terrestris
The many tests on Tribulus have found no increases in testosterone levels.
It has failed to increase natural testosterone levels. Research shows that it does not increase physical performance.   
– Polypodium Vulgare
There’s very little information available regarding Polypodium Vulgare.
Much of the online content surrounds Polypodium Leucotomos, yet they are not the same.
Polypodium Vulgare does actually have some medicinal uses.
It seems to be an effective heart tonic by purifying the heart muscle.
It can also help treat epilepsy while also relieving coughs.
Yet, there is nothing available that states it can increase testosterone levels or sexual function.
– Muira Puama
This is traditionally used to increase and improve sexual function.
However, clinical studies have yet to find any truth behind these claims.
On the flip side, scientists have discovered that it does appear to improve cognitive function.
For best effects a person needs around 1000 – 1500mg per day.
That said, human studies are few and far between so this is merely a suggestion. 
Arginine is found in many products that require an increase of blood flow.
This could be in testosterone boosters or products marketed to stimulate sexual activity. That is because in a state of arousal more blood rushes to the genitals.
Higher blood flow is also useful for pre workout products, too. Thus the increase flow of blood can transport more oxygen and nutrients to the muscles and organs.
However, science dictates that oral supplementation of Arginine may not be very reliable. 
– Panax Ginseng
Pananx Ginseng does seem to have a number of benefits.
It can help increase testosterone in men who are infertile and seems to help fight fatigue. In turn this helps improve cognitive function.
There are slightly promising signs that Panax Ginseng can reduce the symptoms of menopause related libido issues.
Panax Ginseng also appears to improve people’s feelings of well being and happiness. 
How To Take W-Boost
It is recommended that we take two capsules daily with food.
We would advise that it is better to spread the dose out over the course of the day.
This ensures our body has a constant supply of nutrients to work with.
This will prevent peaks and troughs.
If you supply your body with lots of the same nutrients at once it will pass what is not required.
Thus, a higher chance of waste and less benefits.
It is better to have a continued trickle effect.
A daily dose is 1,590mg.
That about half of what we would expect.
This also forms part of a proprietary blend.
The best natural testosterone boosters which will consist of around 3000mg or more.
There’s a glimmer of hope for women.
However, it is not entirely positive.
At best there are three ingredients included in W-Boost that can help with stimulating sexual arousal.
However, even these three do not offer real concrete evidence that they do work.
Panax Ginseng offers the most perceived benefit by reducing the signs of libido related menopausal symptoms.
Maca seems to improve sexual desire in men, but there’s no information on women.
Horny Goat Weed has an effect on nervous tissue growth of the genitalia, this would possibly translate to the clitoris as it does with the penis.
W-Boost isn’t very well researched.
The vast majority of these ingredients are not proven to offer any help to stimulate testosterone or have any positive impact on libido, sexual desire and function.
Two thirds of this supplements have no scientific proof that it will fulfil the manufacturer claims.
The remaining three ingredients are not certainties either.
This means that buying and using this supplement will be a mere lottery for the user.
It is also worth mentioning again that the dose is low and that eight of the nine ingredients fall within a secretive proprietary blend.
We just have no idea how much of each ingredient is included (apart from Horny Goat Weed).
And while Horny Goat Weed may have a positive effect on male erections, we are hoping this would translate to female clitoris sensitivity and stimulation.
However, Horny Goat Weed has been found to lower testosterone levels!
Unwanted W-Boost Side Effects
Beware of taking W-Boost!
- Studies have seen that using Tongkat Ali for up to nine months by mouth is safe.
Although there’s not a lot of knowledge about the risks for women who are breastfeeding.
- Horny Goat may cause an irregular heartbeat along with vomiting, dizziness and even nosebleeds.
- Polypodium is harmful to the kidneys and lungs.
- Tribulus can have a negative effect on fetal development and irregular periods.
- Saw palmetto shouldn’t be taken if you are breastfeeding or during pregancny.
- Do not eat chocolate or drink caffeinated drinks while supplementing with Panax Ginseng.
- If you suffer from Asthma do not use Arginine supplements as it can close the airways.
Arginine can also increase the risk of death to those who have suffered a heart attack. Do not use Arginine if you have kidney disease.
Herpes can be made worse by supplementing with Arginine.
What Improvements Could Be Made to W-Boost?
There’s lots of issues to rectify.
The majority of these ingredients do not help stimulate more testosterone production or improve libido.
Then, there’s many possible side effects that range from uncomfortable to life threatening.
At the same time W-Boost omits many proven ingredients that would have offered more benefit.
Look at the ingredients listed below which would be of benefit:
Some of these proven ingredients are included in the best testosterone boosters such as TestoFuel.
Take heed before buying.
This combination of ingredients looks very similar if not identical to many generic ‘test boosters’ found available.
This clearly has not been formulated especially with women in mind. All that is different is the name and the color scheme.
Plus, there’s a lot of potential negative side effects that seem to be most harmful toward women.
As a result, I would not recommend this for men or women.
The scientific studies speak for themselves.
Any final words for this review..?
Too many potential unwanted side effects that range from inconvenient to deadly.
Thus, you should check out the better options, here.
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