Quick Take: MDrive Prime is a lot like my cheating ex-girl KC when she was on her period. Why, you ask? Because I don’t know what’s really on their minds and they’re both hiding things they’re not supposed to. Unlike that cheating b**ch though, MDrive Prime does show a lot of quality (in terms of their ingredients). The question now is, are those ingredients dosed enough? What is MDrive Prime hiding? If you keep on reading this review then you’ll find out.
- MDrive Prime is a product manufactured by the supplement brand DreamBrands.
- As advertised in their website, thisT-booster has been “streamlined” to be slightly unique compared to their premium supplements Mdrive Classic & Mdrive Elite.
- Available to buy online and in retail stores including Amazon and GNC.
- Has a WADA banned substance in DHEA.
- KSM-66® – a very concentrated brand of Ashwagandha
- Bioperine® – always a good addition to all supplement products
MDrive Prime Ingredients
|Vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol)||400 IU|
|Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine hydrochloride)||10 mg|
|Vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin)||120 mcg|
|Chromium (as Chromax®: as chromium picolinate)||200 mcg|
|Complete Blend||1030 mg|
|KSM-66®: Ashwagandha Extract (root), Extract (mycelia), Diindolylmethane (DIM), DHEA, Bioperine®: Piperine (from Black Pepper)|
MDrive Prime’s T-Boosters
Vitamin D3 – Evidence shows this vitamin connected to healthy levels of testosterone but while the form supplied here is the best, the dosage isn’t.
Vitamin B6 – The form used isn’t the best (P-5-P) but it’s still good for testosterone.
Ashwagandha – The heavily concentrated brand of KSM-66® is backed by research to increase testosterone by 17% in men with low sperm.
Vitamin B12 – As methylcobalamin, this is the best for of B12 but it’s not really a T-booster. It does support prostate and health and fat loss though.
Chromium – In the branded form of Chromax®. This helps in fat loss and lean body mass.
Cordyceps – A pretty controversial ingredient if you ask me. It grows on the back of caterpillars and may increase OR decrease levels of testosterone depending on the body’s homeostatic needs.
Diindolylmethane (DIM) – The ingredient has anti-estrogen properties that work for WOMEN.
DHEA – A WADA named substance that doesn’t really do anything for T.
Bioperine® – Not a T-booster by any means but a wonderful ingredient nonetheless. Improves the bioavailability of the other ingredients.
MDrive Prime Directions
Take 2 capsules in the morning with breakfast.
Hmm. This is a little bit confusing. MDrive Prime’s website highlights KSM-66, Chromax, and Bioperine as key parts of their T-boosting formula. However, out of those 3, KSM-66 (Ashwagandha) is the only one with test boosting potential.
That being said, let’s start with KSM-66. This is the most prioritized ingredient in the prop blend and it very well should be. Good job, MDrive Prime! Ashwagandha itself has a lot of promise in T-boosting and considering that this formula supplies this herb in the branded and strongly concentrated form of KSM-66, this ingredient alone almost guarantees a boost in testosterone.
Vitamin D is a good choice as a T-boosting supplement overall and MDrive Prime supplies in the best form of D3. The dosage is a bit on the low side though. On the contrary, Vitamin B6 here isn’t really the best form but it is the same form used in the original ZMA formula so I think I’ll give this one a pass. Like Vitamin D3 though, it might be dosed too low.
Now that we’ve got the bona fide T-boosting ingredients covered, let’s start with the others. And what better way to start than with the MDrive Prime highlighted ingredient Chromax®. They advertise this as an ingredient that “reduces body fat and preserves lean body mass with diet and exercise” and they’re not lying. Lean muscles and fat loss are always needed in bodybuilding too. Vitamin B12 also has those same effects with the addition of protecting prostate health.
DIM has anti-estrogen properties that are generally for women and MIGHT work for men but I generally advise against this ingredient. I could say the same for DHEA. Unless you’re a woman or an older man diagnosed with low T, these don’t really benefit you. There are more awesome T-boosters on the market that work better and safer. And about Cordyceps. Well, I’m not entirely sure about this ingredient. It could boost T, I guess? But bear in mind that it also MIGHT boost estrogen and I’m sure that’s not what you want if you’re here reading this.
Lastly, we have Bioperine®. While this isn’t a T-booster, I’d still take this over DIM and DHEA. It’s like a great speech from Coach Carter pushing all the other ingredients to perform better.
Does it Work?
I would like to think so. Just on the T-boosting prowess of KSM-66®, MDrive Prime already has test boosting potential. How much boost our man hormone would be getting remains to be a question though because the dosage remains hidden inside a prop blend. And considering the dosage of the other bona fide T-boosters, I’m damn near close to concluding that the testosterone boosts won’t be a lot.
Regardless, the formula does seem to reduce fat, promote lean muscle, and enhance stamina so if that’s what you’re looking for and a mild boost in T, then go for it. Keep in mind though that the formula also has DHEA so if you’re an athlete with blood tests coming up, don’t take it. You’re better off trying this instead.
- No side effects – None of these bad boys reported. I wouldn’t really expect any too with the dosages on the formula.
- KSM-66® – This alone almost literally pulls the weight in this formula’s testosterone boosts.
- Chromax® – Though not a T-booster, branded ingredients are almost always a plus.
- Bioperine® – Another branded ingredient and this always has a place in any and all supplements.
- PROP BLEND – Why is it so hard for brands to disclose the actual dosage of their ingredients?
- DHEA – A banned substance which limits the demographic this supplement is applicable to.
- DIM – Very little known effects on male health.
- Mind-boggling – It’s very hard making reviews on T-boosters with multiple formulas. Which brings us to..
The Bottom Line
While the formula does boast quality and branded ingredients, there doesn’t seem to be a whole lot of T-boosters. KSM-66® is pretty much what acts as the entire formula’s test boosting ingredient, actually. Also, considering that DHEA declines with age and the mild test boosts of the formula, this might be suited for the older gents looking to regain healthy test levels, trim a few inches off the beer belly, and get back in the chick hunting game.