Quick Take: I’m an honest person and I don’t like playing around just to avoid an uncomfortable topic. So let me tell this to you straight. As testosterone boosters, both of these supplements don’t actually boost a whole lot of our favorite muscley hormone. To their credit, they both also have a relatively large number of ingredients that work for sex and the gym too. However, one looks to be more precise in their aim while the other looks to be firing blind shots. Which is which? Let’s get to the review and find out which supplement gives better nutrition to our manhood.
- Manufactured by the old-timer German American Technologies (GAT), Testrol is labeled as a “testosterone booster”, but really, it’s more about sex.
- Advertised on their website to be the “ultimate dual-purpose male performance product” which I think points out to testosterone and libido
- The ingredients fall one vitamin short (B6) of the legendary ZMA trio and Zinc & Magnesium aren’t particularly at their best forms.
- Has high quality herbs in Tribulus, Mucuna Pruriens, and Tongkat Ali.
- Dosage is a bit of a mess with some ranked quite decently and some just basically paper weight.
- Click here to read my full review on Testrol
- Another testosterone booster made by German American Technologies (GAT), Testagen is labeled to be a “premium testosterone amplifier” which in verbatim, means that it’s designed to amplify the effects of testosterone and probably not boost testosterone itself.
- A mixed bowl of 29 ingredients. While this may sound appalling, not everything works for manly health or test.
- Has a mini stack of ZMA with poor forms but adequate dosages.
- Has an absorption blend that’s meant to make this product work faster and more efficiently.
- The formula limits its demographic by adding in a WADA banned substance in Epiandrosterone
- Click here to read my full review on Testagen
Testrol VS. Testagen: My Analysis
As I’ve already said, they’re both made by GAT and you really do have to give this credit. GAT Sport is an old-school supplements brand that’s been around the block quite a few times.
They both also have formulas that look to have libido and athletic boosting potential with testosterone boosts taking a back seat.
Their offensive strategies seem to be quite the opposite though.
TESTROL HAS 15 INGREDIENTS. 5 OF WHICH ARE TESTOSTERONE BOOSTERS AND THE OTHER 10 ARE THERE FOR SEX
First of all, a lot of these 15 ingredients seem to be well chosen because they all have manly benefits which either spells testosterone, sex, or the gym. Testrol seems to have an eagle’s eye view on boosting manly health because of this particular reason.
However, while Testrol’s accuracy may be great, it doesn’t necessarily hit deep. Among those 5 testosterone boosters, they failed to include Vitamin B6 which would’ve completed the ZMA trio with Zinc and Magnesium. Also, Zinc and Magnesium are given here at poor forms which then means little to no absorption, even in heavy doses. To their credit though, they also managed to include wonderful testosterone boosting herbs in Mucuna Pruriens, Tongkat Ali, and Fenugreek.
To follow up, among the 10 male performance enhancing herbs, 4 of which are dosed low too. So technically, that only counts for 6. Don’t stress about it too much though because 6 manly herbs still is a pretty good number, especially since it includes Tribulus Terrestris at a highly standardized form, Horny Goat Weed, and Gingko Biloba.
TESTAGEN TAKES A SHOTGUN APPROACH WITH 29 INGREDIENTS. SOME HIT, SOME WIDELY MISSING.
Starting with this formula’s 6 vitamins and minerals, 3 of which are testosterone boosters and these 3 make up Testagen’s mini stack compiling the ZMA trio. These would’ve been great additions to the formula especially with their adequate doses. However, the form used in Zinc and Magnesium are the worst and least absorbed forms there is.
Testagen’s Mass, Strength, & Size formula is composed of a whopping 18 ingredients. The more the merrier, right? Sure. Except that out of the 18, only 8 have actual business being in a man-enhancing supplement. And out of the 8, only 5 are probably even good for testosterone and not all are even adequately dosed.
To Testagen’s credit though, they seem to know that a lot of their ingredients are poorly absorbed either due to form or dosage. Which is probably why they included BioPerine in their Testagen Absorption Blend. This isn’t a testosterone or manly ingredient by any means but by having it here, it ups the bioavailability of the other ingredients found in this formula. All in all, you get sex, muscle, and a side boost of testosterone.
Conclusion: Which is Better?
In sports, points are everything that matters. The team/individual who scores the more points wins and there’re basically two ways to get those points.
- Fire a few well placed shots.
- Launch a huge volume of shots, regardless of quality, and hope that at least some of it goes in.
That’s basically the comparison here. 15 well placed ingredients vs. 29 that’re randomly fired. While some of Testagen’s 29 ingredients do manage to hit the target, Testrol’s 15 is the better and more efficient choice.
That said, Testagen’s 29 ingredients are likely to have multiple benefits too. If the benefits of at least some of the ingredients in Testagen’s roster fit your needs, It probably won’t hurt to buy it too.