Test Drive T-Booster Review
Will Test Drive Really Drive Your T levels To New Heights?
We all know what testosterone means – higher sex drive, sky high energy levels, feeling trim and leave and an overall sense of health and vitality. Who wouldn’t want that? But maintaining optimal testosterone levels becomes more and more of a battle as we get older, unfortunately.
Test Drive is a supplement that claim to help you roll back the years, working to restore the body’s baseline testosterone levels by upping production of the all-important leutinizing hormone and maximising red blood cell production.
While the science sounds impressive, we all know that it’s real life user experience that matters.
Ready to take things to the next level? Let’s see how Test Drive delivers.
Test Drive’s Formula
Test Drive contains a unique blend of different formulas, and while we know the full ingredients, the quantities included of each aren’t always disclosed.
Here’s what we know:
- Vitamin B6 (20mg)
- Vitamin B12 (100mcg)
- Magnesium malate (150mcg)
- Niacin (12.5mg)
- Zinc aspartate (45mg)
Plus 4 undisclosed proprietary blends:
TRIBuxine (700mg) – Bulgarian tribulus terrestris (40% protodioscin, 20% saponins)
TESTApro (20mg) – Indole -3-carbinol, tongkat ali, divanillyltetrahydrofuran
EPO-vol (150mcg) – L-carnitine HCL, icariin HPLC, hawthorne berry
Aminosine (45mg) – L-leucine, beta alanine, pyridoxine HCL
Directions For Use
Take four capsules daily, ideally taking two in the morning and two in the afternoon. The manufacturer recommends that for best results, you take at least part of this 30 minutes before working out or getting beneath the sheets.
There aren’t stacks of reviews out there, but we have managed to track down some positive feedback here. There are some reports of noticeable increases in libido and sexual prowess, along with mentions of decent improvements in strength, energy and power. On the flip side, there is ( which is a shame) quite a few negative reviews with users reporting little or no effect
Reported Side Effects
It looks like you’re free from any negative or dodgy side effects with this one.
Where To Buy Test Drive
You can head straight to the manufacturer at ESTsports[dot]com as a first port of call to pick up Test Drive. Here it’ll cost you $59.99 for a tub of 120 capsules… Its also available at many of the other popular online supplement stores – Prices may vary slightly
There’s nothing mentioned on the manufacturer’s website, so we’ll presume this one is a regretful no. Individual retailers may vary, though.
Aside from the popular (and effective) ZMA combination of Zinc, Magnesium and Vitamin B6, there is actually very little in the mix know for its testosterone boosting effects.
Sure there is Tribulus Terrestris and Icariin too, but both of these are more use as a libido boosting ingredient than any thing related to testosterone… Tribulus as an example has failed in every clinical trial to provide even a hint of improved testosterone production – quite simply it does not work.
To sum up, Test Drive will be worth buying if you are concerned with libido and possibly a lack of energy, but if you are looking for something to really boost your T levels to help you get larger, stronger muscles then you will left feeling shortchanged and disappointed with this one,
Our Advice – Look Elsewhere