Quick Take: Both formulas of these testosterone boosters are filled with high quality and branded ingredients so make no mistake, the elements that make up these supplements are potent. Both of them also plan on influencing masculine health by not only increasing test, but also by enhancing libido and muscle mass. However, even with the same goals, they’re designed differently. In today’s review, we’ll be tackling these differences and see which testosterone booster comes out on top.
P6 Extreme Features
- Being part of Cellucor’s line of testosterone boosters, P6 Extreme is their ultimate.
- Not only is P6 Extreme advertised to be their quintessential test booster, it also offers nootropic benefits with AlphaSize® A-GPC & Zembrin®.
- For P6 Extreme’s purpose, the formula relies primarily on Adaptest™ which is a branded form of Ashwagandha – an herb that has benefits for testosterone, libido, and physical performance.
- Also in the formula is Tribulus Alatus. Despite being the lesser known cousin of Tribulus Terrestris, Tribulus Alatus actually shows more promise as a testosterone booster.
- Other test boosters in P6 Extreme’s formula include Agaricus Bisporus, Saw Palmetto, Stinging Nettle, and Tongkat Ali.
- Click here to read my full review on P6 Extreme.
Test X180 Features
- Similar to P6 Extreme, Test X180 also forms part of Force Factor’s line of testosterone boosting products.
- According to Force Factor, the safe way to increase testosterone is with well-researched ingredients and I strongly agree. They back up this statement with Force Factor’s scientifically studied ingredients.
- Test X180’s main ingredient is Testofen® – a branded form of Fenugreek which is an herb that raises “free” testosterone by inhibiting aromatase and 5-alpha-reductase activity.
- Also in Test X180’s formula are testosterone boosting vitamins in D3 and B6.
- Has 2 kinds of ginseng in the formula: Siberian and Asian (Panax) Ginseng.
- Click here to read my full review on Test X180.
P6 Extreme VS. Test X180: My Analysis
Let me repeat. Both of these test boosters aim to boost testosterone, enhance muscle mass, and make you a freak in bed.
However, they’re built very differently and the companies that make them have one huge difference in them, too.
CELLUCOR HAS A SOLID REPUTATION WHEN IT COMES TO SUPPLEMENTS AND THE QUALITY OF THE COMPANY SPILLS OVER TO P6 EXTREME
Like many other Cellucor supplements, P6 Extreme’s benefits lie solely on top quality ingredients. With their primary herb being a branded form of Ashwagandha (Adaptest), P6 Extreme already sets up the “free” testosterone boosts of the formula but P6 Extreme doesn’t stop at that. It backs up Ashwagandha with more “free” test boosters in Tribulus Alatus, and Stinging Nettle. “Free” testosterone is particularly important because this is the bioactive test that gives us all the manly benefits such as anabolic muscle growth and heightened sex drive.
Another testosterone booster in the formula is Tongkat ali. It increases total T and lowers cortisol. This combination can work like a charm in bodybuilding. Take note, a lot of the herbs in this product also separately enhance libido and athletic performance.
And of course, with a rise in testosterone, a significant increase in estrogen is to be expected. P6 Extreme manages this with Agaricus Bisprus. For many T-boosters, the formula ends here. However, P6 Extreme adds more goodness with brain boosters.
FORCE FACTOR’S REPUTATION IS TARNISHED BY NEGATIVE USER REVIEWS BUT TEST X180 STILL LOOKS LIKE A LOT OF EFFORT WAS PUT INTO IT
Disregarding the reputation of Force Factor, Test X180 is a decent testosterone booster. When it comes to testosterone boosting vitamins, Test X180 has arguably the best in the business with Vitamin D3. This is backed up by another test boosting vitamin in B6 and a sperm-healthy vitamin B12. The potential benefits of this combination is a healthy level of testosterone and a happy prostate. The dosages are looking low though.
Test X180’s primary ingredient is branded Fenugreek (Testofen®). This herb is a multi-talented ingredient that boosts “free” testosterone and regulates estrogen and DHT while also enhancing physical abilities and libido. Test X180 backs up the physical enhancements and the T-boosts with Siberian and Panax ginseng. To further enhance sex drive, the formula also includes Tribulus Terrestris.
As you can see, the primary ingredient (Fenugreek) already does a wonderful job in fulfilling this testosterone booster’s goals but the secondary herbs in Siberian Ginseng, Panax Ginseng, and Tribulus Terrestris also do a wonderful job in further enhancing Fenugreek’s benefits. I sense a well planned synergistic tactic here which is obviously good. However, these herbs are held within the same lowly dosed prop blend.
Conclusion: Which is Better?
Disregarding the brands that manufacture these well-built testosterone boosters, the better supplement is clearly P6 Xtreme.
While Test X180 has a synergistic strategy applied to their formula, the dosage overall is terribly low. To their credit though, a lot of the ingredients that’re in this product are high quality and branded. This should somewhat make up for the low dose so you could probably still get a little bit of this testosterone booster’s benefits.
P6 Xtreme on the hand, also has a lot of top quality ingredients. The winning factor is P6 Xtreme’s dosage. Even if the dosage of all of P6 Xtreme’s ingredients are unknown because they’re inside a prop blend, the said prop blend is heavily dosed at 2600 mg. Comparing that to Test X180’s meager 400 mg, the winner of this battle is undoubtedly P6 Xtreme.
If you factor in Cellucor and Force Factor, Cellucor has been known to be a reliable brand. Force Factor? Not so much. If we add this element to the results of the battle, P6 Xtreme overkills Test X180. As such, I can’t recommend Test X180 to anybody but if you have unlimited cash and you don’t mind shelling out a few couple bucks, the risk is yours to take.