Quick Take: Oh, masculinity – a complex concept that encompasses so many attributes that for generations have been the very definition of being a man. So, what does it take to be manly? Bravery? Strength? Testosterone? Masculini T™ claims that you mainly just have to be horny. At least, that’s what their formula suggests. Allow me to explain in this review.
- A product of LifeSeasons, Masculini T is this brand’s “testosterone support” formula.
- Top ingredients Tribulus Terrestris and Fenugreek both receive decent 400 mg dosages.
- The other ingredients in Masculini T aside from those two herbs above are depressing.
- With the exclusion of Panax Ginseng, the quality of all the ingredients in the Masculini-T formula are stunningly good.
- Has nootropic value from Oat Straw and Ginkgo Biloba.
- Prices vary but Masculini T is available to buy online and in retail stores including Amazon and vitaminshoppe. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find it on GNC.
|Tribulus terrestris (fruit extract) 40% saponins||400 mg|
|Fenugreek Extract (seed) 50% saponins Fenusterol®||400 mg|
|Maca Extract 5:1 Lepedium meyenii) (root)||300 mg|
|Horny Goat Weed Extract 10% (Epimedium sagittatum)||200 mg|
|Longjax Extract 20:1 (Eurycoma longifolia jack)||100 mg|
|Muira Puama Extract 4:1 (Ptychopetalum olacoides)||100 mg|
|Oat Straw Extract 10:1 (Avena sativa) (stem)||100 mg|
|Korean Ginsing (Panax Ginseng) (root)||100 mg|
|Ginkgo Biloba Extract (leaf) 24/6 (24% flavone glycosides, 6% terpene lactones)||60 mg|
|Catuaba Extract 4:1 (Trichilia catigua) (bark)||50 mg|
Masculini-T’s T-Boosters & Other Ingredients
Niacin – Commonly seen in multivitamins, Vitamin B3 or Niacin helps regulate cholesterol which makes it pretty good for your cardiovascular system. Also, it helps breakdown carbs, fats, and protein to generate stamina.
Tribulus terrestris – Standardized to 40% saponins, this is a potent quality supplement right here but despite heavy marketing as a testosterone booster and performance enhancer, research says it’s not. It does, however, boost sensitivity to androgens which also makes it pretty for sex drive.
Fenugreek – This herb inhibits aromatase and 5-alpha-reductase – enzymes that convert testosterone to estrogen and DHT respectively. Therefore by inhibiting these two, you theoretically get more “free” testosterone. Given in a branded form of Fenusterol®, the Fenugreek in Masculini T is also a potent libido and performance enhancer.
Maca – Much like Tribulus Terrestris, Maca is capable of boosting sex drive without necessarily altering levels of testosterone, especially at this concentrated 5:1 extract. It also improves the quality of sperm so it’s still pretty good for male health.
Horny Goat Weed – This is getting repetitive. As the name suggests, it gets goats (and humans) horny. Unfortunately, it’s not a testosterone booster even as a potent 10% extract.
Eurycoma longifolia – Otherwise known as Tongkat Ali, it’s (again) a libido enhancer but it also seems to increase “free” testosterone by inhibiting SHBG and managing stress. A 100:1 extract would’ve been better but this 20:1 concentration is still pretty potent.
Muira Puama – Under-researched as a testosterone booster but it was traditionally used for libido.
Oat Straw – Popular in nootropic products for its ability to improve cognition but it also seems to have circulatory benefits.
Panax Ginseng – An adaptogenic herb that may help with testosterone by battling stress and regulating prolactin.
Ginkgo Biloba – Similar to Oat Straw, Ginkgo Biloba is commonly found in nootropic stacks. This one seems to have benefits regarding attention as well as circulation.
Let me ask you something. When was the last you had wet dreams? You know, those vivid dreams of you having insane sex that woke you up with an orgasm and an erection so strong, you could use your penis as a baseball bat. That was probably a long, long time ago, right?
Well, with the last ingredient in Masculini T, you might have just that. This potent Catuaba extract supports those wild, erotic dreams by boosting sex drive even while you’re asleep.
Each serving of Masculini-T consists of 3 capsules. As per the instructions given by Life Seasons, those 3 capsules are to be taken at different times throughout the day. Basically, that’s just 1 capsule taken 3x per day.
To maximize your benefits, “consider taking one minute to sit down, close your eyes, and visualize feeling strong and masculine.” I know it’s cheesy but LifeSeasons said that themselves.
Let me get straight to the point here.
Masculini-T is NOT a powerful testosterone booster
Starting with the top ingredients (not named Niacin), we have Tribulus and Fenugreek. With potent qualities and 400 mg dosages, both of these herbs are top-grade and decently dosed natural libido boosters with the bonus of Fenugreek providing some support for bodybuilding and “free” testosterone.
Following these two herbs are more libido boosters. Like, literally all of them. Maca, Horny Goat Weed, Muira Puama, and Catuaba are all similar to Tribulus Terrestris in that they’re great for libido but don’t do sh*t for testosterone.
On the other hand, Masculini-T also has Tongkat Ali and Panax Ginseng and both of these are (you guessed it) libido boosters, too. Like Fenugreek though, both of these herbs also have the capacity to influence muscle and testosterone.
Lastly, there’s Oat Straw and Ginkgo Biloba. Along with Niacin, both of these improve circulation which then gets you harder erections. Oh, and they’re nootropics too so you can stay focused on whoever chick you’re currently banging.
The problem with the ingredients that come after Tribulus and Fenugreek though, is that while they are given in premium qualities, their dosages suck and they continue to suck even more as you go further down the list of ingredients.
Does it Work?
You mean for testosterone? Well, if Fenugreek works then sure. The way I see it, Fenugreek’s the only ingredient on Masculini-T that has the potential to boost testosterone because like I said, Tongkat Ali and Panax Ginseng have sh*t dosages.
Now, if your question was if Masculini-T works for sex, the answer is a big and resounding YES. Literally everything on here is good for sex, man. Even the nootropics.
- No prop blends – To read or to write reviews on supplements with prop blends have always been a pain in the ass. Thankfully, Masculini-T isn’t one of them.
- Potency – Except for Panax Ginseng, all the herbs here are top-shelf products.
- Sex – Because unless you get an STD from it, a healthy dose of sex is always a good thing.
- All Natural – Life Seasons making the most out of Mother Nature’s gifts. By the way, this also means that Masculini-T is most likely free of any major side effects.
- Feels good – It’s a bad thing because it’s misleading. Feeling hornier doesn’t necessarily mean you got your testosterone boosted.
- Dosages – All the dosages apart from Tribulus Terrestris and Fenugreek’s slowly trickle down to almost nothingness.
- Weak – It could very well be a decent libido booster but it’s damn weak for testosterone.
The Bottom Line
I think we all agree that high libido is a trademark trait of a man’s masculinity but it sure as hell ain’t everything. At the very core of manliness, masculinity is fueled by testosterone and Masculini-T just isn’t one of those high octane testosterone boosters. If all you’re after is sex though, feel free to try it.