Welcome to our ‘best test boosters’ for the low test category. Suitable for older guys who want to help their body regenerate it’s own testosterone in an inexpensive, safe and natural way.
We’ve put this page together to make life easy for you.
Before we get started, let’s quickly cover the points we assess when we are rating a test booster. We go quite in-depth in this site in individual reviews, but to sum up what we are evaluating;
• The Ingredients – Not just what is in it, but the dosages … and also what it is missing.
• Price – Not just the overall cost but the value for money that the product offers
• Where to Buy – Is there anything more frustrating than a great product you can’t buy?
• Trust – You may be ingesting these products!
• Testimonials – What are others saying about it
• The Manufacturer – Who is behind the product
We’ve kissed a lot of frogs to bring you these princes. A LOT of frogs. And we don’t like kissing frogs [Editor: Well, apart from Andy, I think he might].
The point is that we’ve kissed the frogs so you don’t have to.
Our top 3 low test boosters are summarized below for you. As always, more information is just a click away and we’ve also linked to the manufacturers site to hear it straight from the horses mouth.
Find out who are currently in the top three podium positions for the low test boosters…
#1 Prime Male
Propura, the creators Prime Male, are clearly clued up on what a body over 30 needs to stay at hormonal peak.
Estrogen is rising and hurting testosterone, so they include great natural choices to counter this like vitamin B6 and luteolin.
To tip the balance back in the male hormone’s favor there are strong T stimulators like D-Aspartic Acid, nettle root and Mucuna Pruriens.
For pedantic reviewers who like to find flaws in products, the formula is frustratingly on point.
Prime Male takes gold in the Low Test category by quite a margin. A really excellent (and fully disclosed) formula, a good solid company, a ludicrous number of positive testimonials. The money back guarantee, worldwide shipping, distribution from the US and UK. Winner.
The over 35s booster market might be a crowded one, but in our opinion Prime Male tops them all. The formula, which is the most important part of any supplement, is second to none.
We’re making Prime Male our gold medal winning test booster, no question. This is currently your best bet for naturally restoring peak T with and all the benefits that brings.
Look no further.
OK, you could be forgiven for asking what on earth our top Muscle Building t booster is doing in the Low T top three. It’s a bit like Michael Phelps – just because he wins the 200m butterfly doesn’t mean he can’t come second in the 200m freestyle.
The truth is that the specialist Low T natural test boosters are lagging quite a way behind the Muscle Building boys in general, with only a few notable exceptions. TestoFuel makes it into the number 2 position in the Low T category by virtue of the fact that, just like Michael Phelps, it’s the complete package.
If you doubt that older guys use TestoFuel, just look at the comments in our full review, or read the testimonials on the TestoFuel website. Loads of older guys are successfully using it to remedy their age related t loss.
SILVER MEDAL – ‘Quality’ is the word to sum up TestoFuel. There is a wealth of up to date research backing up each individual all-natural component which is included and importantly they are all present in fully disclosed bioactive qualities.
Unlike many manufacturers, they have not tried to cram in as many ingredients as humanly possible in tiny doses so that the ingredients label is impressive. They have picked the right blend for their market, and ensured that the doses are sufficiently high for it to actually work.
#3 Mdrive Prime
Mdrive Prime is the flagship Low Test offering from well respected supplement manufacturer Dreambrands. It takes a three pronged approach;
THIRD PLACE – MDrive Prime is a good solid product. We’re not blown away by it by any stretch of the imagination, by trying to tackle too many issues it loses focus and isn’t an out and out ‘test booster’ as such.
As always though, we don’t look at price … we look at overall value. MDrive Prime represents value because, while it is not the greatest formula we have seen, it’s priced at an entry level.
If you are running a vintage motor on a budget, then slide your testosterone production into gear with MDrive Prime. If you can’t afford one of the better, premium brands then this is our bargain basement recommendation.
So we figured that there’s a good chance you are here because;
And you want to look at all the options. 10 years ago there weren’t many options, but nowadays there are plenty. We’ve already covered the natural test booster angle, let’s take a quick look at the other alternatives you’ve got.
OK, we are going to transport you back in time to High School chemistry lessons here. To make it more interesting, in your mind’s eye replace your chemistry teacher with Walter White from Breaking Bad.
So every ten minutes the levels of effective free test halve. After an hour levels are 1/64 of the original. This constitutes ‘perishable’. To stop it perishing they esterify the testosterone in oil, and it can then be injected into muscle using a basic hypodermic syringe. Easy.
Quick and relatively inexpensive. Does not require advanced medical expertise to administer.
‘Intra’ is latin for within. Which means that it goes right intra the muscle. A deep, painful injection. Whilst you don’t need the world’s greatest surgeon to administer it, you will need to make frequent and inconvenient trips to see the nurse.
Also, the testosterone is not released in a uniform way. You will get a surge of the stuff that will have you strutting around like Arnie for 2 or 3 days and then a hideous dip after 1 or 2 weeks. Higher dosages means fewer trips to see the nurse, but the hormone swings that will affect mood, energy and libido will be accentuated.
Surgical implants sound very modern but testosterone implants have been about since Adolf Hitler was in power. 3 to 6 crystallized testosterone pellets are inserted under the skin arond the thighs and abdomen and break down over a period of 6 months releasing test into your system.
The testosterone is released steadily and evenly, none of the hormonal swings you’d get with intramuscular injections.
As mentioned, it’s a surgical procedure. Ever seen the cars surgeons drive or the golf clubs they are members of? Surgeons ain’t cheap. There are also risks associated with any surgery. The insertion itself can be painful and it’s not uncommon for the body to try and reject them (as it is a foreign body after all). If side effects occur it would be more surgery to have them removed.
Now this one is a modern development. The testosterone is taken twice a day in tablet form, you hold it in your cheek next to the gum whilst it dissolves.
By absorbing it in this way it gets into the bloodstream very quickly, and less of the test is metabolised by muscular tissue.
Effective, easy and convenient to take.
Expensive. Tastes awful and can cause irritation. The testosterone can be transmitted via saliva so you might want to resist the testosterone induced urge for passionate kissing if you don’t want your wife to start talking in a deep voice too.
Applied via a patch or gel, daily in the morning. Transdermal testosterone patches were initially developed to be applied directly to a shaved scrotum.
You can imagine how popular that was. Presumably the halfwit that came up with that plan was quickly dimissed and new more acceptable application method developed.
By applying it in the morning it mimics testosterone’s own circadian rhythm, higher in the morning and tailing off into the evening.
Easy to start and stop, You just stop applying it. The gel is effective at allowing the body to absorb larger amounts but as with Transbuccal methods you have to be careful with transerrance to the rest of your family.
Extremely expensive. No guarantee how effective it can be for any individual as there is a dramatic variation on absorption rates. Patches can cause skin irritation.
Very uncommon TRT method in the USA (as the FDA never approved the testosterone derivative used), but more common in Europe. Not new, been availabel for many years.
Painless, easy to take. If side effects occur can be discontinued easily.
Some very rare reports of hepatotoxiticy and risks for some other hepatic complications but otherwise it’s considered safe. Has to be taken many times a day, so easy to forget to take.
Mdrive Prime is a good solid product. We're not blown away by it by any stretch of the imagination, as there are some star ingredients missing, but it has been well thought out and you are getting a lot of test-boosting ingredients supported by clinical evidence.
An excellent price from a reputable company, Mdrive Prime is our budget recommendation in the 'Low Test' category.
There are no dud ingredients in this product, it comprises proven test boosters. No proprietary blend, the dosages are all listed.
If you can get it at a discount to the top line price it may be a good buy, the main issue is that there are simply not that many ingredients in the blend.
Given the name of this product it's no surprise that the the ingredients are entirely herbal, so the important minerals and amino acids we like to see in test boosters are missing. Whilst there are many herbs with strong pedigrees for boosting test naturally, many are missing here.
A good trustworthy company but not a great product.
It really is packed with minerals, but some of them are not proven test boosters, and some have even been shown to reduce it. Some of the best ingredients wrapped in a proprietary blend, and there's a dearth of good quality testimonials on the product.
Could have been a contender.
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A welcome focus on prostate health and a few strong ingredients aren't enough to make BioXgenic High Test a really stand out booster for us.
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A strong start with good amounts of zinc and magnesium quickly comes of the rails. Some outdated and weird choices. You really get what you pay for here, and that's not much. A ZMA supplement with a few aprodisacs thrown in is basically what we're looking at here.
Test X180 Alpha has a middle-of-the-road set of ingredients, and a wholly mismatched top-of-the-line price tag. It's a decent enough product from a good company, but whoever set the price positioning on it must have been suffering from delusions of grandeur at the time.
VirMax T is far from the complete product, it's missing some essentials and hides dosages in a proprietary blend, but it does contain a handful of proven libido boosters and it's cheap enough that it might be worth a try.
For guaranteed results though, we would still advise a better quality option.
Halotropin is one of the few T boosters to explicitly say it will also focus on keeping the estrogen down.
Sounds great but the formula falls short of great. In this review we'll look at what it gets right and what goes wrong so you can make an informed decision on whether or not to buy.
The product is not awful, it's just very much a one tricky pony. And that trick is traditional libido enhancing herbs. So much is missing.
It doesn't match up to the company's slick pharmaceutical image and the ingredients are not robust enough from a clinical research point of view.
Only two serious T boosters and one of those has been disproved. The rest of the formula is dedicated to improving blood flow and libido. Almost more of a nitric oxide booster than a testosterone supplent. It's missing a whole lot and there are much better brands out there.
T boys, T boys, whatcha gonna do, whatcha gonna do when they make a supplement for you? Avoid it would be the best bet. These guys may have been great cops and sevice men but their supplement leaves a lot to be desired. $25 for just 3 ingredients? You have the right to remain in possession of your cash.
This product is unlikely to turn you into a lion of a man. More likley to have you lion on the floor wondering A) What you've just spent $60 on or B) Worrying about the potential side effects of the Bulbine Natalensis.
This is a real doozy of a product in terms of scientific evidence for the ingredients.
If only Royal-T's standards were as high as its price. The ingredients themselves aren't all that bad but proprietary blends stop us learning exact amounts and we can be reasonably certain we're losing out on some of the better choices in here.
Maybe we could overlook this if the price wasn't so outrageous.