Quick Take: Here we have a testosterone booster that goes the simple route with only 3 ingredients. This is cool for reasons of not having so much ingredient interaction and for having the capability to increase the dosage. However, with Level: M2, the 3 ingredients are all questionable. Still, it might have some bodybuilding benefits. Let’s not waste too much time here and get straight to the review.
- A product of AHA Distribution, M2 Natural Testosterone Booster claims to have an “intelligent approach” to boosting your manhood. I’m not so sure it’s as intelligent as they claim it to be though.
- Also, on their label, it says “Doctor Assisted Formula”. I highly doubt that too.
- They also claim to have all natural ingredients and to their credit, that does look to be true.
- Although they use all natural ingredients, they didn’t use high quality forms. Everything here is plain.
- Has a WADA banned substance in Deer Antler Velvet. Athletes beware.
- It looks like it should be available to buy online and in retail stores but I couldn’t find it in both Amazon and GNC.
M2 Natural Testosterone Booster Ingredients
|Deer Antler||125 mg|
M2 Natural Testosterone Booster’s T-Boosters & Other Ingredients
Tribulus – This isn’t exactly what I’d call a strong testosterone booster but it’s a popular ingredient in T-boosters anyway. This might be because of the “feel goods” that this herb has. Specifically, sex and performance.
Fenugreek – A natural testosterone booster that increases “free” testosterone by inhibiting aromatase and 5-alpha-reductase activity. This leads to lower levels of estrogen and DHT and higher levels of “free” testosterone. It also enhances sex and physical performance.
Deer Antler – As I’ve already said, this is a banned substance. The reason for this is because this ingredient supplies growth hormone. Specifically, IGF-1 which might increase muscle mass but testosterone boosts are still a bit controversial.
M2 Natural Testosterone Booster Directions
Take two capsules (1 serving) 3x/day.
First of all, the directions say to take a serving 3 times a day. That means the dosage of each of the ingredients here are also multiplied by three.
Tribulus is popular among testosterone supplements because it makes you feel like you have high testosterone. However, feeling it and actually boosting it are two very different things. The two things you’re most likely going to feel with improved testosterone is enhanced libido and probably even feel stronger at the gym. Those are also the two things that Tribulus does but the evidence surrounding this herb as a testosterone booster don’t actually point to boosted T.
According to this research, Tribulus Terrestris increased levels of testosterone in men who were already deficient at the start of the study. However, another study also concludes that it doesn’t increase testosterone at all when administered on healthy, young males. Additionaly, M2 Natural Testosterone Booster supplies an EXTREMELY high dose of this herb at a total of 1875 mg(!!!). It’s not clear yet what too much Tribulus Terrestris does and I couldn’t find studies on this too but it has me a little scared of the possible side effects.
Moving on to Fenugreek, it does increase levels of “free” test. That’s good. What’s not good is that it does so at the expense of lowering levels of DHT. And boy oh boy, you wouldn’t want to mess with that hormone. Why? Because it’s a manlier hormone than testosterone, that’s why.
It’s generally more potent at activating androgen receptors than testosterone. The only reason why testosterone is so highly regarded in bodybuilding is because it’s better at promoting muscle growth but this doesn’t mean that DHT is inferior. Also worth noting is that even at 600 mg, this is still a low dose. Especially in this plain form.
Lastly, we have Deer Antler Velvet. I say Velvet because I’m giving them the benefit of the doubt but again, who knows if this is actually just ground up antler. Anyway, I think this is a really bad choice of ingredient. At least Tribulus has a little bit of testosterone boosting potential (and a lot more for sex). Deer Antler Velvet? There doesn’t seem to be any. Not even a little bit. It might increase muscle growth but even that part is a little sketchy. What I’m sure it does is putting professional athletes at risk for triggering a positive drug test.
Does it Work?
For testosterone, I’m not really sure to be honest. Among these 3 ingredients, Fenugreek has the most potential but the dosage and the form used here are both poor. If you’re already deficient in testosterone to start with, Tribulus might help but honestly, there are far better & more powerful ingredients that could’ve taken this herb’s place.
As a whole, you might get improved athletic performance and enhanced libido but I wouldn’t count on M2 Natural Testosterone Booster to actually boost T. If you want to know how powerful testosterone boosters look like, my advise is that you click here.
- No prop blends – I would be furious if they hid the dosages. Especially since there are only 3 ingredients.
- Fenugreek – Pretty much the only thing here that actually boosts testosterone albeit at the the expense of DHT.
- Simplicity – Few ingredients means lesser chances of adverse interactions.
- No guaranteed T-boosts – For reasons that I will be tackling in the next bullet.
- Trippy dosages – Tribulus Terrestris is too high and it doesn’t even boost testosterone. Fenugreek is too low and it supposedly boosts T. Bummer.
- Deer Antler – Is it just ground up antler? Or is it Deer Antler Velvet? Regardless, it narrows the available demographic just by being a banned substance.
- Plain ingredients – If you only had three ingredients in a supplement, you might as well make them potent. Step your game up, M2 Natural Testosterone Booster.
- Weak – Basically the entire formula described in just one word.
The Bottom Line
Honestly, I would’t recommend this to anyone. If you wanted to boost testosterone, you might not be able to get that here. If your goal was to build muscle, you might not have that here too. If it was sex that you were after, then Tribulus Terrestris might get you that but the dose here is too high and the form is (too) plain. If it was just the Tribulus you’re after, I’ve written reviews for far better supplements with far better forms of this herb. Additionally, it contains a banned substance so athletes shouldn’t even think about it.