• Positive

    • Vegan friendly
    • No proprietary blends
    • Contains a few good ingredients
    • cGMP, Non-GMO
  • Negative

    • Missing a lot of key elements
    • Includes unproven prickly pear
    • Expensive
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  • Overall Score: 6.4/10

Cell Block 80 Review

Gone are the days of the weak, wet noodle limbed, knock them over with a sneeze vegan stereotype. These days smart nutrition choices means vegans can hang with the best in the gym.

You don’t have to put meat on your plate to put meat on your bones.

What can still be tricky for vegans however, is getting the same supplement support for their fitness regime as meat eaters. If it’s not the ingredients themselves that violate dietary choices it can be gelatine in the capsules.

That’s where Cell Block 80 from Clean Machine comes in. It may sound like a futuristic space prison, but in fact it’s a natural veg and animal free T booster.

Cell Block 80

To be fair though, Clean Machine aren’t resting on vegan friendly as a selling point. It claims Cell Block 80 also promises to:

  • Increase free testosterone
  • Promote prostate health
  • Block estrogen
  • Limit DHT

At least on paper that shows more of an understanding than a lot of boosters. Not just boosting T, but clearing the way of a lot of things which inhibit it. We’ll see how well it plays in practice during this review.

Speaking of paper, happily all the ingredients and their dosages are right there on the label. Sounds obvious, but a lot of brands still refuse to do it. Basically, no proprietary blends, no problem.

How Does It Work?

At a Glance

  • Prickly pear to block DHT & estrogen
  • Ashwagandha to help endurance
  • Nettle to lower SHBG & promote a healthy prostate
  • Boron to stimulate T & regulate estrogen

Plenty to get stuck into there, after the scores ….

The Scores

The Scores
Ingredients
5/10

I’m not at all convinced by prickly pear, which is arguably the main attraction here. The research just isn’t there to back it up. That means you’re really just left with a couple of good ingredients, but ones normally considered solid support players rather than the main act. Things like nettle and ashwagandha.

There’s no real standout choice to get your male hormone going. Boron is great but it needs support from some proven performers such as vitamin D3, zinc and magnesium if it’s going to compete with some of the best beefier boosters out there.


Price
4/10

Vegans out there will know that their diet isn’t always the cheapest. Well in this case, the same goes for a vegan supplement. At $70, Cell Block 80 is going head to head with some of the best brands on the market.

Trouble is, with this current formula, it can’t really hold its own.

If this turns out to be the best vegan supplement available – which is highly doubtful – then obviously you’re stuck with it. Otherwise, it’s probably advisable to save that considerable cash for better.


Trustworthiness
8/10

With a company name like Clean Machine, the least you’d expect is for Cell Block 80 to be safe and hygienic in its production.

Sure enough it is. It’s made in line with cGMP regulations meaning that quality control is there and there’s no chance of off-label ingredients. There are no proprietary blends either.


Testimonials
7/10

There is a testimonial section on the Clean Machine website, which is great but it doesn’t quite have the in-depth detail we look for. It contains feedback either sent directly or drawn from around the web, on social media etc. Some give full names, some first and an initial, some write a lot, some a little, some post photos and others don’t.

It’s better than just retail reviews but only in some cases. Speaking of those reviews, they are generally positive on places like Amazon, with a 4 out of 5 based on the thoughts of just over 30 users. That’s nice and all, but don’t put a massive amount of stock in it.


Company
8/10

The Clean Machine website may be no frills in terms of presentation, but as far as content it’s actually very interesting. Based in the U.S and still a relatively new outfit, alongside the usual product section, there’s others such as Science, Media, Celebrity Fans, Team Clean Machine.

They only have 3 products at the moment, but thanks to the extensive company background info, safe to say this isn’t a sign of any kind of scam. A brand to keep an eye on in the future.