Platinum Labs Anabolic Triad Review
Offering a complete anabolic testosterone boost.. The natural t-booster from Platinum Labs – Anabolic Triad certainly makes the right noises in its marketing.. Its a powder based t-boosting supplement that could offer guys who find taking pills a chore a viable alternative.
Claiming to help boost muscle mass, strength, libido, and overall muscle protein synthesis, at first glance it certainly looks attractive…. but when you delve deeper into the product and take a really good look at its formula it certainly raises a few questions…
The Formula In Platinum Labs Anabolic Triad
Each serving contains 4g.. this is made up of just 3 ingredients that are as follows:
- Bulbine Natalensis 1000mg
- 6’7’dihydroxybergamottin 100mg
- Laxogenin 25mg
it also contains a number of colourings and flavourings both natural and artificial.
There is a distinct lack of user reviews.. either nobody buys it or amazingly none has bothered or felt inclined to write a review… so this is very hard to judge
Reported Side Effects
There are no reports of any adverse effects resulting from the use of Platinum Labs Anabolic Triad, however we are aware that Bulbine Natalensis as an ingredient has been linked to possible liver and kidney damage
Where To Buy
This is available at numerous supplement stockists throughout Australia, but from our research, the main stockist does seem to be mrsupplement.au… they sell a tub containing 30 servings for $69.95 – a saving on the recommended price of $89.95.
They do offer a cash back guarantee ( subject to terms and conditions) other stockists may offer their own guarantees, but the manufacturer themselves do not appear to offer any guarantees themselves.
There is a strange feel about the formula in Anabolic Triad…. the ingredients are all rather unusual, but with the lack of user reviews, having a close look is the best way to really ascertain the potential of this supplement..
Laxogenin – there is limited information surrounding this as an ingredient, it is actually similar in its actions to the anabolic steroid Anavar, in that it has a comparable anabolic/androgenic ratio.. the good thing is that it does not appear to cause any of the potential risks to the liver and hormonal shutdown..it help to increase protein synthesis with some claiming it to boost it by up to 200%.. There have been a few studies that have also demonstrated an ability to help recovery and reduce muscle wasting
6’7’dihydroxybergamottin – extracted from grapefruit juice.. it has properties that allow it to help boost the bioavaiability (absorption) of the ingredients in the supplement ( rather like black pepper or bioperine)
Bulbine Natalensis – often found in supplements under the name Prolensis…very little human studies have been carried out on this ingredient with the almost all of them solely being carried out on rats and mice.. overall it has shown some positive results in trials with increased levels of testosterone being recorded..
Bulbine Natalensis Side Effects – There are concerns that it could cause toxicity in the liver and kidneys…..
We would suggest leaving this one alone until more concrete clinical evidence is achieved from human testing before taking a product containing Bulbine Natalensis.
Unreliable, Potentially Risky Formula – leave Well Alone