Quick Take: Did you order extra cheese on that pizza? No? Well, forgive me ’cause I’m going to get a little cheesy on this. So, I met my wife Kathleen nearly 3 years ago and she was (still is) everything I’d want to have in a woman. Supportive, low-maintenance, one of a kind, and can tear up the sheets if you know what I mean *wink. TestoGrowth? Well, this one’s a little bit like my Kathleen. It has some proven ingredients that support testosterone, rarely sold anywhere else but in South Africa, and gets your libido kicking like a horny kangaroo. Let me show you how in this review.
- A product of NutriTech, TestoGrowth is T-Booster that’s part of this brand’s sports nutrition line of supplements.
- The label has it advertised as a night time testosterone support
- A little hard to find as it doesn’t look like it’s available to buy in GNC and Amazon. Though, it can be bought through retailers in South Africa and online.
- A 10-ingredient formula with proven test boosters sold at a cheap price.
- Piperine standardized to 95% which helps the bioavailability of the other ingredients.
- Some ingredients are relatively low dosed and the formula doesn’t have a lot of branded/standardized ingredients.
|Peruvian Ginseng||250 mg|
|Piperine 95%||10 mg|
|D-Aspartic acid||1000 mg|
|Coleus Forskoli||250 mg|
|Fenugreek Extract||500 mg|
|Tongkat Ali||500 mg|
|Tribulus Terrestris||500 mg|
|Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine HCl)||10.5 mg|
|Zinc Monomethionine||30 mg|
Peruvian Ginseng – A.k.a The Legendary Maca. It could have effects on testosterone but it’s more popularly used as a potent sex enhancer
5-Hydroxytryptophan – or 5-HTP for short. It’s found as an amino acid that’s been used as a mood enhancer that may have effects on growth hormone.
D-Aspartic acid – My all-time favorite natural T-booster. Although D-AA-CC is a better form, DAA is still a potent T-booster that this study has shown to increase testosterone by 42% in just 12 days of supplementation. Keep in mind though that the form used in the study is branded (DADAVIT®) so there probably won’t be as much T-boosts on this.
Fenugreek – It’s an ancient Indian/Chinese health tonic that has shown potential to be a T-booster but only secondary to how it affects libido. Technically, sex first and T-boosts second.
Tongkat Ali – Also known as Long Jack and it’s called that for a reason. It makes your “Jack” longer with strong libido enhancing capabilities that may also have effects on testosterone as an SHBG blocker and a DHEA stimulator.
Vitamin B6 – Although P-5-P is the better form of this vitamin, Pyridoxine HCl is also the same form used in the original ZMA formula so I’m giving TestoGrowth a free pass on this one.
Zinc Monomethionine – I just love seeing Zinc here. It’s a raw material for testosterone so basically, more zinc=more T. Though, not given at the best form, Monometionine is one of the better forms so this is fine.
Piperine – It’s a black pepper extract that helps the other ingredients be better absorbed by the body.
Chrysin – It’s an aromatase inhibitor that’s actually very poorly absorbed by our body. Generally, supplementing with Chrysin won’t have any kind of effect on testosterone but considering that there’s piperine in the formula too, let’s just call this the formula’s X-Factor.
Tribulus Terrestris – It’s an extremely reliable herb if you’re running low on sexual stamina but it doesn’t show as much potential as a test booster.
Take 5 capsules once daily. Preferably take it 45 minutes before going to bed and on an empty stomach.
TestoGrowth looks to be a supplement that gives you what you need in a T-booster. First of all, there’s DAA. There’s a reason why this is one of my favorite T-boosters and that’s because it’s the main ingredient in my favorite testosterone boosting stack. However, I’d like to highlight the fact that TestoGrowth only supplies 1000 mg of this beast. That’s a pretty low dose for an ingredient that if given more, would’ve made so much more testosterone boosts.
In this formula, we also have Coleus Forskoli which is a pretty good T-booster too. To make it even better, TestoGrowth seems to have hit the minimum effective dosage. For such a cheap stack like this, I’ll take it.
We also have test boosting vitamins and minerals in Vitamin B6 and Zinc. Simply put, there wouldn’t be any kind of testosterone boosts without zinc in your system and Vitamin B6 is there to make sure that your built up testosterone doesn’t bind to anything that renders it useless. With this, I’d also like to point out that TestoGrowth lacks just one more mineral (Magnesium) to make the ZMA triad complete. What’s weird though is that TestoGrowth claims to use ZMA and if it does (which it looks like it doesn’t), where’s magnesium? And it looks like they misspelled Tongkat Ali, too. Those may be potential red flags right there.
Chrysin is typically a very questionable ingredient given it’s low bioavailability. Given orally (through capsules like this), this ingredient doesn’t really make any kind of T-boosts. However, it DOES work if injected directly on the marbles and I doubt any man would want to inject anything on that general area. But let’s not forget that the formula also does have piperine which will improve the bioavailability of all the other ingredients. This is important considering the relatively low dosages. If it boosts Chrysin’s absorbability to a point where it makes T-boosts remains to be a question.
The rest of the other ingredients on this formula that I haven’t tackled one on one on this analysis are all sexual enhancers that will give your libido a good nudging. Aside from refueling your sexual desires though, these ingredients also do provide T-boosts that will supplement the boosts that you already got from the main testosterone boosting ingredients.
Does it Work?
As far as my analysis goes, TestoGrowth delivers on it’s promise of giving T-boosts. Not only that, you get your libido maxed out like your credit card on Christmas. With the testosterone and libido boosts you’ll be getting with TestoGrowth, you’ll be smashing on your girl’s jungle and have her roaring like a horny lioness. And if you’re the dude who’s in to bodybuilding, you’re most probably going to get more than your 20 dollar’s worth of strength and muscle. But if I had to be honest, the formula looks like it can be taken by virtually anyone looking to boost their testosterone and manly health.
Remember what I said about TestoGrowth claiming they used ZMA in their formula without having Magnesium on their ingredients list? NutriTech seems to have a bad history on false advertising as they’ve been accused of misleading their consumers to believe that their protein products (Diet Meal, Mass Builder, and Premium Pure Whey Lite) have higher amounts of protein than what they really have. To learn more about this issue, click here.
- NO PROP BLENDS – First thing’s first. Seeing all the dosages of every single ingredient makes my job so much easier.
- Proven Ingredients – Most of the ingredients used in this formula are well researched and are proven to boost testosterone.
- Cheap – 20$ for a T-booster of this caliber? Sounds like a done deal to me.
- No side effects – None have been reported so far. Looking at the formula, it seems like one that can be well tolerated.
- Rare – I’m stretching but it could probably be as rare as the African Rhino.
- Lack of attention to detail – Those “typos” can be a turn off.
- Low Dosed – Some of these ingredients look to be too low dosed even with piperine.
- Piperine 95% – the ingredient itself isn’t “bad” but being the only standardized ingredient on the formula is.
- Reputation – I didn’t really see a lot of customer reviews about this product. It probably isn’t as famous as some of the best T-boosters in the market.
The Bottom Line
At the beginning, I said TestoGrowth was a little bit like my Kathleen (keyphrase: a little bit). It’s an incredible stack that offers a lot of incredible ingredients that not only boost testosterone, it builds up on libido and maybe even muscle growth too. Plus, it’s cheap. Frankly though, unlike my Kathleen, TestoGrowth doesn’t pay a whole lot of attention to detail, doesn’t have a lot of quality/branded/standardized ingredients, and dosed a little bit too low for my liking. I’d rate this at least a star higher if it weren’t for those and that funky issue NutriTech has with false advertising.