A product by Superior Labs
Review Overview – What does TEST WORx do?
TEST WORx is apparently one of the highest selling natural testosterone boosters in the USA – according to their own marketing.
We’ve heard numerous reports from our readers stating that it doesn’t work, while others have emailed in saying they’ve experienced positive results. Regardless of their opinion: both parties want us to do a review.
TEST WORx should not be taken lightly, at $59.99 it isn’t cheap – so it better be 100% effective.
In their write up Superior Labs claim that this product can raise testosterone levels up to 132% within 2-4 weeks.
The chances of this happening are highly unlikely and it feels to us like TEST WORx may be manipulating study results to suit their own needs.
However this product does come with a 100% Money Back guarantee – so this review could go either way.
How does TEST WORx work?
Like most companies (usually with weaker products) Superior Labs opts for a proprietary blend to be used in TEST WORx.
The only ingredients that are on display with their dosages are the vitamin and mineral profile. This is a good help, but nowhere enough to properly analyze this product.
We’ll start with the vit profile, however there are only 2 ingredients here that are really worth mentioning – B6 and Zinc.
Vitamin B6 – Known for its ability to suppress estrogen. Vitamin B6 works with the C2 hormonal pathway in the body and waits until the female hormone has bound to a receptor. After this has happened B6 slows down all gene activity – tapping the brakes on estrogen distribution.
Zinc – This mineral is needed for many key processes in the brain. Through reactions it can help create the luteinizing hormone (LH) in the body which is a precursor of testosterone and also responsible for the production of growth hormone and follicle stimulating hormones.
Test WORx Proprietary Blend
L-Arginine – Known for it’s ability to boost nitric oxide in the body – this can help with blood vessel dilation and erectile dysfunction. However the standard dose is anywhere between 3 – 6g. It’s unlikely that much change will come from this product.
Tribulus Terrestris – Seen to mildly raise libido but not much else. We hate trib. It is an outdated test booster ingredient that companies repeatedly push. It does not help boost testosterone in anyway – and desperately needs more press telling people this.
Maca Root – Much like tribulus, Maca has the problem of raising libido but not much else. Used in some cultures as an aphrodisiac, maca root won’t have a great effect on your T-Levels.
Nettle Root – Now this is more like it. Stinging nettle has been seen to free up more testosterone by binding to the Sex Hormone Binding Globulin which usually lowers T-Levels. The beta-sitosterol also helps with this and reduces estrogen levels.
Long Jack – A pro-erectile nutrient. Eurycoma Longifolia is another in a long line of T-Boosting ingredients that has been seen to boost libido, but not much else.
This supplement has a lot of libido enhancing ingredients, but nowhere near enough T-Boosting ones to be labelled as such.
If you want to see what should be in your testosterone booster, check out our page in the link below:
-Complete with clinical studies and their functions against Low T-
Okay, so how do I take it?
TEST WORx requires 2 tablets in the morning on an empty stomach. And that’s it.
This is a very poor method of T-Boosting as the supply to the body needs to be constant. This gives the T-levels everything they need and allow them to rise at a steady pace.
Is it dangerous, are there side effects?
This product may be ineffective, but it’s not dangerous. No reported side effects to take into account.
Is there anything better out there?
Definitely. There are a lot of products out there that outperform TEST WORx in terms of ingredient profile, dosages, servings and reputation.
Our top voted boosters are all in the link below:
TEST WORx Review Conclusion
Proprietary blends lose again we’re afraid. This product may help with any libido issues, aside from that it lags heavily on all other areas – and at $59.99 it’s not money that you can afford to lose.
We definitely don’t recommend TEST WORx as a suitable booster.