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 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 Some outdated and weird choices.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.