Quick Take: Dr. Boost Testosterone Booster is one of the most unique T booster supplements I’ve ever come across so far. Instead of the more common capsules, tablets, or powders, this one comes in a ready to drink bottle. So, is its packaging the only thing that’s extraordinary? Or is the entire formula truly special? Let’s get to the review and find out.
- A product of Dr. Boost, this testosterone booster is one of, if not the only one of its kind. I honestly have yet to see another T booster like it.
- Advertised as a stack that “integrates seamlessly into your daily routine” because all you have to do is open the bottle and drink
- It has no sugar, no carbs, and no calories but it does have a tropical flavor. So, uhh, I guess it tastes like the beach and sunshine?
- The entire formula consists of 3 adequately dosed testosterone boosting nutrients and a proprietary blend of 8 manly ingredients.
- Available to buy online and in retail stores including Amazon and the Dr. Boost website. It’s not on GNC though.
Dr. Boost Testosterone Booster Ingredients
|Vitamin D (as cholecalciferol)||200 IU|
|Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine hydrochloride)||12 mg|
|Zinc (as zinc monomethionine, zinc aspartate)||7.5 mg|
|Testophor® Blend||230 mg|
|Organic Turmeric Extract (PurCL™), L-Arginine, Cinnamon Extract (Bark), Tribulus Terrestris Extract (Fruit), Purified Shilajit (PrimaVie®), Fenugreek Extract (Seed), Raw Organic Maca Powder (Lepidium meyenii)(Root), Black Pepper Extract (BioPerine®)(Fruit)|
Dr. Boost Testosterone Booster – Ingredients Review
Vitamin D – According to research, your testosterone levels are higher when you also have healthier amounts of Vitamin D. Here on Dr. Boost Testosterone Booster, they have the form (D3 or cholecalciferol) right. However, 200 IU is substantially lower than most other T booster supplements.
Vitamin B6 – Similar to the previous vitamin, your B6 levels may also influence how much testosterone you have. The dosage here on Dr. Boost Testosterone Booster seems quite solid but the form could’ve been better as P-5-P.
Zinc – If there’s one thing that you literally need to boost testosterone, it’s this. As a raw material used in testosterone synthesis, your body can’t make T without Zinc. Plus, it helps maintain test levels after a workout which I think is great.
Where’s the Magnesium?
Magnesium is another effective T-boosting mineral and having it here would’ve completed the ZMA trio of Zinc, Magnesium, and Vitamin B6. This combination has mostly been used in sports-oriented testosterone boosters to help promote anabolism through bolstered performance, growth, recovery, and of course, testosterone.
Turmeric (PurCL™) – Its active compound, Curcumin, is believed to be responsible for this spice’s testosterone boosting prowess. However, more studies are still needed to clearly distinguish Turmeric’s effects on T. As of the moment, researchers have observed anti-estrogenic and anti-DHT properties which might indirectly boost testosterone.
- L-Arginine – Popularly used in PWO bodybuilding products to boost circulation, this amino acid does its magic through increased nitric oxide. Increased testosterone doesn’t seem to be its immediate effect though.
- Cinnamon – This tree bark has documented benefits on high blood sugar and insulin. Because of this, there’s been a bit of speculation in the fitness community about how this tree bark can help maintain high levels of testosterone through the same principles. As for me though, until I see actual scientific evidence, all this is just talk with no substance.
- Tribulus Terrestris – For older men with low T, this herb can boost testosterone while also adding a bit more heat between the sheets. For younger dudes, all it does is make you horny.
- Shilajit (PrimaVie®) – A gooey, tar-like substance that has been on the rise as a T booster thanks in large part to research showing significant boosts in total and “free” testosterone and DHEAS.
- Fenugreek – Perhaps one of the more well-rounded herbs used in testosterone supplements, Fenugreek boosts T, libido, and physical performance while also decreasing both estrogen and DHT.
Maca – Otherwise known as Peruvian Ginseng, Maca can boost libido and several sperm parameters. However, all these manly benefits don’t come with boosted testosterone.
- Black Pepper (BioPerine®) – No T boosts whatsoever but because it helps with nutrient absorption, it helps the entire Dr. Boost Testosterone Booster formula come together.
Dr. Boost Testosterone Booster Directions
As per instructions, take 4 single servings of Dr. Boost Testosterone Booster daily for up to 3 months to see maximum benefits.
Most testosterone boosters I’ve written reviews for come in pills (e.g., capsules or tablets) while powdered ones are a little more uncommon. However, Dr. Boost advertises its test booster as “the world’s first testosterone booster shot” and, to be honest, this is the first time I’ve encountered something like this.
Regardless of how it’s packaged, however, the ingredients used here are nothing new. As such, my criteria for analyzing this product doesn’t change either. That being said, let’s start with the vitamins and minerals.
Dr. Boost Testosterone Booster has Vitamin D3, Vitamin B6, and Zinc – all solid testosterone boosters. Assuming that you take the recommended 4 daily servings, they’re all dosed pretty well, too. In this regard, I think Dr. Boost Testosterone Booster is off to a good start. The question now is:
How good is the rest of the formula?
Well, the “rest of the formula” is basically the entire Testophor® Blend. Unfortunately, this blend is proprietary which means that it doesn’t disclose the specific dosages of each ingredient. To make things worse, the total dosage is below average, too, even when you take 4 bottles.
To be fair, the qualities of the ingredients are generally pretty high especially considering that there are a few branded products. Along with BioPerine®, this makes the entire Dr. Boost Testosterone Booster quite easy to absorb.
When it comes to enhancements, the proprietary blend packs a lot of manly benefits. However, Tribulus, Shilajit, and Fenugreek – the ingredients with the most impressive studies – are all located at the bottom end of the formula. This typically means that they get less dosage which then translates to weaker results.
Dr. Boost Testosterone Booster Benefits: Does it Work?
Despite its shortcomings, I do believe Dr. Boost Testosterone Booster works. As a T booster, however, I wouldn’t quite say it’s the best but it does have solid dosages of Zinc, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin D to depend on.
The T boosting prowess of the Testophor® Blend is hard to gauge because of its proprietary nature but if anything, it does have potential.
Overall, I think Dr. Boost Testosterone Booster is a supplement that works best on older men. Outside of its T-boosts, it can improve libido and energy and it’s probably capable of balancing hormones such as estrogen and DHT, too – all benefits that a man above his 30s can use.
Dr. Boost Testosterone Booster Review Summary
- Solid T boosting nutrients – Zinc, Vitamin D, and Vitamin B6 are pretty much what powers this supplement’s testosterone boosts
- Herbal extracts – Along with the BioPerine, these high-quality extracts make Dr. Boost Testosterone Booster an easy to absorb formula
- Unique – I don’t know if it’s the first to ever do it but it’s my first time seeing a ready-to-drink testosterone supplement
- Proprietary – In my opinion, not being able to see specific dosages takes away from any supplement’s credibility
- Weak total dosage – Aside from not seeing individual dosages, the prop blend’s total dosage is pretty low, too
- SNEAKY PRICING – A 12 bottle package for only $19.99 may seem cheap at first but if you truly wanted to maximize the effects of this formula, this will only last you 3 days. For a month’s supply, you’re going to have to spend 10x more.
The Bottom Line
Dr. Boost Testosterone Booster is a unique testosterone booster in that it’s probably the first ready-to-drink T supplement. However, simply being unique isn’t enough to qualify it as one of the best T-booster supplements in the market. Nonetheless, it’s decent and I think it can be an effective stack for older men who want to improve their sex drive, stamina, and of course, testosterone.