TEST Powder by USPLabs has more problems than a politician in the middle of a scandal, and that’s saying something. One of the biggest complaints that men have with regard to TEST Powder so far is the taste. Other issues include gastrointestinal problems and little positive gains from it. One of the odd things about this product is that even though there is a high number of men complaining about it, and calling it one of the worst they’ve ever tried, there are still plenty who claim that it works well.
So what’s the truth? Let’s start with the most basic.
The Taste of Powder
TEST Powder is delivered through powder form (as if you couldn’t guess from the name). Apparently it comes in a couple of different flavors including blue raspberry and fruit punch.
One of the most common complaints is that TEST Powder doesn’t really dissolve in water, so it sinks to the bottom of the glass and you end up having to scoop it out and take it orally. The taste is considered ‘god awful’ and you’ll be hard pressed to find any guys who actually had something positive to say about the taste.
Taste is an important factor when it comes to testosterone boosters or any other supplement because if something doesn’t taste good, then you’re not going to take it consistently.
Another issue that a number of men talk about when they mention TEST Powder is that shortly after taking the supplement (usually about 15 minutes after), they are running to the bathroom with their stomach turning in knots. It doesn’t matter whether they take this supplement with a meal or without, the results seem to be the same.
Lastly, while a few men reported that they gained strength, I’m going to take that with a relative grain of salt. Some men are just trying to push a particular product for their own benefit. From what I heard from other guys and read about online, TEST Powder will certainly be in the running for the least effective product on the market.
Rarely do you come across a product that is marketed as being ‘highly’ effective at increasing testosterone levels in the body but is actually anything but that, but TEST Powder seems to fall right into that category. There is virtually nothing redeeming about this supplement, but because some men claim that they noticed an improvement, I have to rate it somewhere north of 0.
Rating: 5.25 out of 10