Mdrive Prime Review
Thanks to the many performance benefits higher testosterone offers, it’s much in demand. One product which aims to slow, stall and even reverse this drop is Mdrive Prime, part of a testosterone support range from a company called Dreambrands.
Prime is arguably their effort most geared towards those of us starting to get up there in years and makes 3 simple claims:
- To support healthy testosterone levels
- To promote vitality and stamina
- To cut cortisol levels
Note:It’s worth noting for athletes that some MDrive Test Boosters are BSCG Certified Drug Free, but others are not. Mdrive Prime is not certified, if you need a BSCG Certified Drug Free product look at MDrive Elite instead.
Undoubtedly valuable assets to a continually good quality of life … if it works of course. Let’s find out.
How Does Mdrive Prime Work?
There are two elements of Mdrive Prime’s approach which set it apart from some competitors in a positive way:
- Firstly they don’t use proprietary blends, meaning all the ingredients are individually disclosed in name and dose on the label. Always welcome but by no means guaranteed in the booster market.
- Secondly, the promise to tackle the production of cortisol, an attribute that many rival brands overlook.
Cortisol is called the stress hormone because it’s produced mainly when we’re under pressure, all but cancelling the effects of testosterone. Keeping this low then not only helps production of the male hormone but also potentially mood.
So let’s take a look at how successful Mdrive has been.
- Out and out test booster in vitamin D3
- Ashwagandha reduces the production of cortisol
- DIM to (try) and produce anti-estrogenic effects
- B6 for additional estrogen blocking
- Calcium for bone strengthening, DHEA for anti-ageing
- B12 for energy boosting, Cordyceps to try and improve endurance
We analyse the ingredients for Mdrive Prime later in the article. First though … the scores
Some decent ingredients here, a couple more which are promising and a few that seem a little wide of the mark from a testosterone standpoint.
B6 is a great estrogen suppressant, Ashwaganda should really keep cortisol in check and D3 would be great if it was here in enough supply. DIM has a good chance of helping estrogen down, but others like DHEA are cordyceps are unproven.
The low $20 mark is not at all bad for what you’re getting here. It’s not the best booster we’ve seen but it’s far from the worst, if you’re on a budget Mdrive Prime might be worth a try
Plenty of glowing reviews on the Mdrive website, unfortunately they are all purely text based with no photos, body specs etc. Reviews elsewhere are generally positive but also lacking in real detail.
Mdrive Prime gives us no cause for concern. The supplement is manufactured in accordance with the legislation in the U.S and they don’t use proprietary blends. This product has had no major compaints that we could find.
Dreambrands is a very successful supplement company and that success has been built largely on the back of the various products in the Mdrive range. Dreambrands currently has an A from the Better Business Bureau and we haven’t seen any major scandals connected to it.