Get Recked Ultra Male Enhancement Review

A product by Get Recked

Positives Negatives
  • Contains Zinc and Ginseng
  • Many Ineffective Ingredients
  • Poor Servings
  • Proprietary Blend

Review Overview – What does Get Recked’s Ultra Male Enhancement do?

get-recked-ultra-male-enhancements-reviewManufactured by Get Recked, this testosterone booster has been said to:

  • Improve Energy
  • Increase Sex Drive
  • Boost Testosterone

But how well does it really work?

In this review, we look closer at Ultra Male Enhancement and see how effective it actually is.

This is what you need to know:

How are the servings?


With only one serving per day you’re not giving yourself the best chance to raise testosterone.

With one serving you give your body a 24 hour gap to revert back to its baseline level of testosterone.

What you need is something that will provide you with 3 – 4 servings per day. This makes your supply of nutrients consistent making you progress much quicker.

What about the ingredients in Get Recked’s Ultra Male Enhancements?

Okay – but not great.

The main problem here is the proprietary blend. You don’t know how much you’re getting of each ingredient, or how effective it will be.

There are also some ineffective choices here too.

Here’s what you need to know:get-recked-ultra-male-enhancements-side-effects


One of the better choices for testosterone boosting.

Zinc had been linked to being used for reactions in your brain to promote the luteinzing hormone (LH) – this is the precursor to both testosterone and growth hormone.

The more you have of LH the better.

Tongkat Ali

Also known as LongJack – this is a poorer performing T-Booter.

Originally thought to promote testosterone levels after absorption – however studies have shown this is just not the case.

LongJack has not been linked to boosting your testosterone levels – however it may have some mild effect on libido.


Similar to Lonjack. Thought to boost T-levels, but is actually disappointing.

Maca may help to a minor extent with libido, but when it comes to testosterone levels it had no effect.


A poor choice.

Thought to improve blood flow – L-Argine helps promote nitric acid and dilates blood vessels.

However, it is hard to absorb orally.

For the best results you need something like L-Citrulline which is converted into Arginine after absorption.


Should have a good effect.

Ginseng promotes blood flow and regulates blood sugar – this helps to lower insulin levels.

Insulin directly interferes with testosterone, the less you have of it the better.

Pumpkin seed Extract

Same effects as zinc (pumpkin seeds are full of zinc!) just with one or two extra antioxidants,

Muira Puama

An okay cognitive enhancer.

Thought to increase mental performance, but the results are very varied. Especially as this is in a proprietary blend – we don’t know how much we’re getting of MP here.

Oat Extract

Containing Avena Sativa.

Avena Sativa is found in Oat Extract and thought to raise testosterone. However studies have shown that it actually has little to no impact on the male hormone.

Nettle Extract

A good choice for free testosterone.

Containing Beta Sitosterol, Nettle extract inhibits Sex Hormone Binding Globulin. The protein that saps your testosterone of its anabolic potency.

With more inhibited SHBG more testosterone can flow freely throughout your system.


Seen to promote body heat. This child may help with thermogenic fat loss – but it’s unlikely as we don’t know the exact dosage.

It won’t increase testosterone levels.


Another ineffective t booster.

Tribulus was originally thought to boost t-levels and at one point was pretty much everywhere with products to do with testosterone.

However, this all turned out to be clever marketing – there’s no actual proof that trib promotes testosterone.

Oyster Extract

One of the better nutrients for boosting testosterone.

More of an all rounder, oyster extract contains 10x more zinc than red meat and also numerous vitamins and minerals which promote male health and libido.

However it’s unclear how much we’re getting here.


A good mineral.

Linked to boosting testosterone, sperm quality and even lowering estrogen. It should have some positive effects.


Nutrient Profile Overview:

On there whole, there are some good ingredients here in Get Recked’s Ultra Male Enhancement – however there are plenty of bad ones too.

One of the major problems is the proprietary blend. There’s so many ingredients in there, it’s hard to know how effective it is overall.

It’s not your best option out there.

Side Effects

There have been no side effects reported with this testosterone booster.

Is there anything better than this T-Booster?

Yes there is.

There are far better testosterone boosters on the market that promote:

  1. Overall Testosterone
  2. Fat Loss
  3. Muscle Mass
  4. Sex Drive
  5. Energy
  6. Mood

And all the other added benefits that come with higher testosterone levels – and we’ve narrowed it down to only a few products.

To see what our readers have had the most success with, check out our top recommendations in the link below:

– Top Natural Testosterone Boosters –

Get Recked Ultra Male Enhancement Review Conclusion

On the whole, this T-Booster could be a lot better.

From this review, here’s what you need to know about Get Recked’s Ultra Male Enhancement:

  • Poor Servings – Only 1 a day, not enough for progressive t-boosting.
  • Proprietary Blend – We don’t know how much of each ingredient is being used.
  • Ineffective ingredients – Many of the nutrients used lack clinical backing.

All in all, there are better options out there.

To see what we (and our readers) have selected as the best testosterone booster on the market. Check out our full review of our #1 below:

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It contains all the top testosterone boosting nutrients and is generously dosed.

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