Generally speaking most of us are creatures of habit. It’s the easiest thing in the world to find something that works for us and just stick with.
That’s how we’ve come to feel about our review section of late. We’ve had our same favourites on this site for a long time now and while we still rate them, we’re eager to see them get a real challenge.
New supplements are emerging all the time. Makes sense then that there would be a T booster somewhere now that could shake up our top spots.
Ask any great champion and they’ll tell you gaining the crown is only half the battle. You’ve got to defend it too. From that point on you’re always being hunted by rivals.
Which means the promising new natural T booster from Roar Ambition, Hunter Test, couldn’t be more aptly named.
Hunter Test doesn’t really set itself apart in the marketing department. We guaranteed many of the same benefit most boosters:
Higher testosterone and lower estrogen
Better strength, stamina and energy
Better mood and feelings of wellbeing
Even the label’s visuals don’t make nearly as much noise as other supplements. Seems more like quiet confidence that cost cutting though. Besides, all the best hunters are stealthy and direct.
Where Hunter Test really makes its mark is on the back of the bottle with one of the sharpest ingredient lists we’ve seen. No propriety blends either, so every single component is named and dosed.
Let’s take see if Hunter Test has got what it takes…
How Does It Work?
At a Glance
Vitamin D3 &,D-Aspartic Acid and Boron to restore T
DIM to limit estrogen
Zinc to support hormone production
Magnesium to promote free T
Ashwagandha to reduce stress
Ginseng to balance blood sugar
Looks good on the surface. We’ll dig a little deeper though after the scores.
If there was one word we’d use to sum up this formula it’s precise. There’s a temptation with some boosters to try and cram as much in as possible to make them seem better value. The team here seem to know value comes from real results.
Vitamin D3 levels are high, but well within the modern dosages we have started to see and there is magnesium and K2 to optimize and mitigate. The zinc is also well placed to keep hormone production strong and magnesium ensures we can use it. Estrogen control is a strong plus in this product, I3C is the new darling of the estrogen control camp.
We’d like to see more Ashwaghanda from a test boosting point of view as it’s only 20% of what’s needed for test. However it is present in stress reduction levels.
Like its label, Hunter Test’s recipe is very much no frills, but importantly, not much slack either.
Hunter Test is towards priced at the higher end of the market. You can only get it from one website so there’s no chance to shop around. Cost might be a chink in this booster’s armor. It’s certainly why we can’t award top marks.
The reason we’ve still marked it highly though is purely because of overall quality where it counts. It’ll be a big ask financially for some but has a good chance of making a real difference to your performance and physique.
If you can budget for Hunter Test then we’d say it’s worth a try.
It’s difficult to find fault with Hunter Test’s trustworthiness. It’s made by a reputable company with a GMP thumbs up for both product and factory.
There are also no proprietary blends. Meaning no mysteries about what you’re taking. Some people will tell you avoiding blends is just being picky, but we’ll see in this review where volume can make all the difference. As with most things, the more information you have the better it is.
There’s also Roar Ambition’s 90 day money back guarantee if you’re not satisfied.
This is where Hunter Test falls down slightly. Not because it’s terrible simply because it’s so new no-one has had a chance to thoroughly test it yet.
So in a way this early lack of feedback is quite reassuring. It would be easy for a product hungry product to rush out some paid review. Or rustle up a butt load of stars on Amazon. But by taking their time and waiting for genuine reaction this will have more cred in the long run.
We’ll be watching opinions of Hunter Test with interest and awarding a fitting score.
It’s no secret we really rate Roar Ambition as a company. The U.K based operation have stuck to a modest range of products but all of which consistently good quality.
They have a couple of ranges at this point, Hunter being the latest, made up by Hunter Test, Hunter Burn and Hunter Focus. Fewer products to concentrate can sometimes be a good thing as some bigger supplement companies will spread themselves too thin and the end result suffer.
Roar Ambition are highly professional company.
How Do I Take It?
There’s a fairly onerous schedule, you’ll be popping 6 pills a day.
Any Hunter Test Side Effects?
There’s nothing in this formula that we’d expect to see side effects from.
Where Can I Get It?
Hunter Test is available from the official website, priced at $75 or £55 for one month’s worth. Free delivery to the US and UK on two boxes and above, but not the single box.
No one doubts the general health benefits of vitamin D. We draw most of our natural supply from sunlight so supplementing is a great idea if we can’t rely on the weather.
Despite its name, ‘vitamin’ D is actually a hormone its own right. One which can effectively raise T if taken in the right dose.
Typically this is around 3500IUs, but Hunter Test goes for the 5000IUs recently recommended by the vitamin D council. This is more than the Institute of Medicine (IOM) recommendation of 4000IUs but half the Endocrine Society Practice Guidelines upper limit of 10,000 IU per day.
One of the biggest obstacles for our testosterone in our bodies is the protein SHBG. Sex Hormone Binding Globulin can attach to our T, making it unusable.
What we need then is a safe and effective way we have the highest possible percentage Free T. One of the best natural ways of doing that is with a sensible dose of the mineral magnesium.
Hunter Test’s 200mg per serving should do this well and contribute towards the other pros of getting enough magnesium daily. Be aware that it’s not the chelate form so this is equivalent to 50mg of magnesium chelate.
Another mineral we’d argue should form the basis of all quality boosters is zinc, which is essential to strong T.
Zinc stimulates growth hormone (GH) follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH). Three building blocks essential for peak T production and the reason why Low T and zinc deficiency often go together.
It is possible to overdo it with zinc however and a sensible amount is key. Hunter Test offers 30mg which is on the high side but under the 35mg threshold at which you’d potentially start to see side effects.
D-AA is included for a couple of reasons. Firstly it stimulates the same crucial hormones as zinc – LH, GH and FSH – and secondly, some studies show it may help reinforce up the testes and remove late limits on T synthesis, leading to higher output.
Research is mixed, but suggests that anything below 3000mg will be ineffective (unless it’s the Calcium Chelate form) and Hunter Test is bang on that limit. It takes up a lot of room in the mix though, and many find DAA ‘hard on the stomach’.
Asian – or Panax – ginseng is used widely in traditional medicine for things like sexual disruption. It’s a libido booster and also helps nitric oxide levels in the body, leading to better blood flow and stronger erections.
As far as helping our T, ginseng also aids in balancing blood sugars. That in turn regulates insulin and stops it interfering with the hormone.
Ginseng may not be the most important ingredient here, but at a very generous 300mg it’ll still do plenty of good.
Hunter Test is aimed at guys looking for the perfect bodybuilder physique. It’s more for those of us trying to push back age related testosterone loss and as we get older estrogen levels rise. I3C is ideal for estrogen control but we’d have liked to see Vitamin B6 or luteolin for example.
As already pointed out, we’d have liked to see more Ashwagandha, maybe is the DAA had been changed to the Calcium Chelate version there would have been room in the mix.
And vegetable capsules are missing too. Why they are using gelatin capsules in a product released in 2019 is beyond us.
So in the end Hunter Test wasn’t able to knock our low test champion off it’s pedestal, but it has done well enough to merit a place on the podium.
If your budget stretches this far it’s a top product that we are happy to recommend.
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Who is this article aimed at?
Anyone interested in learning about Roar Ambition's new natural testosterone booster, Hunter Test
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Hunter Test has burst onto the scene in 2019 and it's a contender for the belt. Strong, modern formula. Strong overall package in fact. This product should be one of your considerations.
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