AXX Nutrition Testosterone Booster Review
Taking Testosterone To The MAXX
When it comes to boosting your testosterone, natural is the way to go. What’s more, there’s a stack of supplements out there harnessing powerful natural plant and herb extracts that work in synergy with the body to naturally raise T levels. And that means another thing, too – hopefully no more risky side effects.
AXX Nutrition’s Testosterone Booster is a prime example. This American-made supplement claims to increase energy mood and feelings of health and wellbeing, all while helping burn unwanted body fat.
But is this T booster really the one when it comes to getting in shape and impressing in the bedroom?
What’s in AXX Nutrition Testosterone booster’s Formula?
In this supplement you’ll find the following:
- Horny goat weed
- L Arginine
- D-aspartic acid
- Yohimbe bark
- Vitamin E
- Asian ginseng root
- Zinc oxide
- Ginko biloba
Directions for Use
Take two capsules, once a day, with a glass of water.
Opinions are at either end of the scale here. There’s no middle ground – it seems that people either love this T booster or think it’s completely ineffective.
Some of the positive feedback we see cropping up again and again includes improved motivation and focus, faster and easier recovery between workouts ( from guys who workout) and increased sex drive, stamina and performance.
On the negative end of the spectrum, many people claim that this product has no effect at all and is a waste of money. In fact, some go as far to say that this product is being falsely advertised and isn’t the real deal. We’ll leave you to make up your own mind.
Where To Buy AXX Nutrition Testosterone booster
Bodybuildingsupplystore.com and Amazon.com both stock this product. It’ll set you back around $20 for a month’s supply of 60 capsules.
Cash Back Guarantees/Return Policy
If the manufacturer does offer a money back guarantee, we certainly have not found any evidence of it.
An undisclosed ingredient profile and a rather small amount of any ingredients per serving does not fill us with any confidence.. but the final nail in this products coffin as far as we are concerned is the inclusion of Yohimbe in the mix..
This is to be blunt a very risky ingredient… It is banned in many countries outside the US… although still available in the US it is listed on the FDA’s dangerous ingredient list and has been linked to some really nasty – potentially life threatening side effects…
For us this is one to avoid for sure, and strongly suggest that you do not buy anything that includes Yohimbe in its formula.