The natural T booster market and with so many options it can be difficult to know where to start. There are a lot of professional, impressive, well researched brands out there. And then there’s Testoboost Pro.
Testoboost Pro is one of many boosters available claiming to get you a Mr Universe physique, with all the strength, stamina and performance benefits that come with it. We have to admit from what we’ve researched it seems useful. Useful as an example of the kind of sloppy, rushed, cash-in attempt all serious supplement users should avoid, that is.
The Testoboost Pro website might make a great layout for Playgirl magazine – there’s no shortage of cut guys who make Arnie & Frank Zane look like Ben & Jerry – but as a source of important info, it’s laughable. You’re told the booster’s ingredients but given no amounts at all. Every second line seems to be ‘Start my free trial’ (more on that later.)
The makers make some wild claims about what their supplement can do for you. There’s the fitness side, sure, and the increased confidence, but lowering your cancer risk????
Testosterone shows promise in helping with some cancers, but claimimg a product like this can definitely do that is massively jumping the gun. Let’s see if Testoboost Pro has any redeeming features…
All looks promising, we’ll admit, but we’ll pick through the wreckage of these claims in detail after the scores.
The only truly stand out ingredient here is boron, which is a classic and one of our favourites.
Nettle root is also useful, but remember we don’t know how much of anything is here so we can only give limited credit. Beyond that, if we knew the dose horny goat weed and tongkat ali may help your sex drive and saw palmetto could be good for prostate health if we knew the dose.
Other choices are actively bad. For example, far from helping T, wild yam has been shown to mimic the female hormone, estrogen, which limits testosterone. A bit of a train wreck all things considered.
Even without the highly suspicious free trial (see below) Testoboost Pro is far too expensive. The fact they’re not paying you to take this stuff is an insult never mind asking around $80. Remember the user isn’t even given dosages, so has no idea what they’re getting for their considerable money. Outrageous.
So as if not being let in on the amounts of ingredients wasn’t bad enough. There’s also the dreaded free trial. Basically you pay between $2.50 – $5 shipping and handling with your card for the first month, then a few weeks later you are quietly charged the full price automatically on a rolling monthly basis.
We have never seen an example of a reputable company behaving like this. The kicker on the ‘free trial’ scam is that it’s always virtually impossible to cancel it. The small print means that your credit card company won’t allow a chargeback, you are stuck with it and it will cost your dearly.
Testoboost Pro isn’t available anywhere else apart from the offical website. This doesn’t have to be a bad thing if the booster in question has detailed and convincing testiomonials. Sadly the Testoboost Pro fans we’re presented with are neither of these things.
Everything is perfect as far as these ‘users’ are concened. We’re given very little detail about the guys we’re being asked to trust. Just not credible.
There’s very little info about who makes Testoboost Pro, which is always a worrying sign even without everything else. The company has the same name as the product and all we could find was a mission statment about being committed to raising T and helping customers reach their goals. You’re offered a free phone number for enquires, but that’s about it. Always be wary of companies that don’t have their credentials front and centre.
It’s unclear from the research we’ve done exactly what the serving schedule for Testoboost Pro is. This might seem insane but remember we’re dealing with a booster which doesn’t feel it needs to tell it’s user any dosages.
To be honest going on the ingredient list alone, we don’t see much that would cause you trouble. But given that we don’t know any amounts and we’re not clear on where this is manufactured, we can’t rule out ill effects.
Testoboost Pro appears to be available from either Testboostpro.com and Testboostpro.org for $79 plus up to $5 shipping. This gets you a 1 month supply.
Never mind that, if you’ve read this far down the review you shouldn’t want it at all!!
Sometimes called Longjack this herb’s real strength is as a consistent libido booster. Certain studies have shown that it may return men suffering with clinically low testosterone back to within normal range, but this is disputed and sex drive improvement is the only solidly proven benefit.
We don’t have any info on dose though so don’t get too excited.
Much the same story here. A possible boost for libido if we knew how much we were dealing with.
Not a lot of evidence that it helps libido as it’s billed to do but has shown promise – when we’re sure of the amount – in promoting overall prostate health. Usually in boosters designed for age related T loss because this is a cincern for older guys.
Really weird one this. All the evidence we found was that this ingredient mimicked estrogen. The higher that is the lower your T will be so it’s the opposite of what you’re trying to do.
There’s not much evidence that herb works as a weight loss tool other than the fact it is a diuretic and may help you temporarily lose water weight. Sarsparilla root’s reputation for promoting T isn’t backed up by any credible evidence
The beta sitosterol in nettle is great for lowering SHBG count and leaving more free T in our system to use. With no amount though, it’s a waste of time.
Boron is great mineral if you’ve got enough. It can simultaneously reduce the female hormone, giving T free reign. Pity we’re in the dark with Testoboost Pro
Almost everything we would hope for in a quality natural T booster.
We’ve nothing good to say about Testoboost Pro. It’s a blantant attempt to make a quick buck by taking advantage of guys trying to raise their T in good faith. Really all about luring you in with a free trial then shaking you down for a monthly payment
The only plus is it’s such a lazy attempt it’s really obvious. Should be called Testoboost Con.