Quick Take: Whenever I see a testosterone booster wrapped in green, I automatically assume it’s all natural. Of course, this isn’t always the case but with Well Roots Testosterone Peak, it is. With top-notch natural ingredient and adequate dosages, its benefits spread across many elements of male health. Let’s get to the review.
- Manufactured by Well Roots, this product is listed as “Testosterone Peak” on its website but it has different names on other retailers
- Advertised on the label to be for “Male Peak Performance & Testosterone Support”. SPOILER ALERT! This isn’t false advertising.
- Based on the label, the star of the formula should be LJ100 but it’s not actually the top ingredient
- Speaking of LJ100, this and Zinc are the only reliable T boosters here
- Despite not being a powerful testosterone booster, it’s a well-rounded stack that influences multiple aspects of male health
- Prices vary but it’s available to buy on multiple retailers including Well Roots themselves, Amazon, and Walgreens. I couldn’t find it on GNC though.
Well Roots Testosterone Peak Ingredients
|Zinc (as Zinc Citrate)||30 mg|
|Copper (as Copper Citrate)||2 mg|
|Well Roots™ Custom Blend||1040 mg|
|Tribulus extract (40% saponins)(fruit)||**|
|L-Arginine (as L-Arginine Hydrochloride)||**|
|LJ100® Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia) extract (40% glycosaponins, 22% eurypeptides)(root)||**|
|Asian Ginseng extract (80% ginsenosides)(root)||**|
Well Roots Testosterone Peak’s T-Boosters & Other Ingredients
Zinc – Potent and heavily dosed, Well Roots Testosterone Peak supplies this mineral in all its manly glory. It’s a raw material required for testosterone synthesis and thus, essential for maintaining healthy levels of test.
Copper – This shares a sort of push-pull relationship with Zinc as heavy zinc supplementation can lower levels of copper. Ironically, this can lead to lower levels of testosterone. That said, seeing it here in its Citrate form and given an adequate dose is a plus in my book.
Well Roots™ Custom Blend
- Tribulus – Well Roots Testosterone Peak provides this herb with high amounts of its most active compounds (40% saponins). This is not, however, a strong testosterone booster despite being effective for libido.
- L-Arginine – Typically found in bodybuilding PWO supplements, this amino acid is a nitric oxide booster associated with bolstered circulation.
- L-Citrulline – Like L-Arginine, this is another amino acid found in PWO products for its benefits on nitric oxide and circulation.
- LJ100® – Primarily known for its benefits on libido but as research suggests, it also helps boost testosterone while lowering levels of the stress hormone cortisol. Theoretically, this makes it a decent supplement for bodybuilding.
- Asian Ginseng – There are many species of ginseng but Asian (Panax) Ginseng is perhaps the best for male health as it also seems to have the most research under its belt. It boosts sex drive and helps the body fight off stress. Standardized for 80% ginsenosides, this also gives it a better chance at influencing testosterone through increased LH release.
Beta Sitosterols – These compounds inhibit 5-alpha-reductase which then lowers levels of DHT. This gets older men with excessive levels an added layer or prostate protection.
- CoQ10 – Improves exercise performance via delayed fatigue and increased strength of muscles. It might also add a bit of fat-burning as it’s also involved in cell energy metabolism.
Well Roots Testosterone Peak Directions
Each serving of Well Roots Testosterone Peak consists of 2 liquid soft-gels. As instructed by Well Roots, adult men are to take just 1 serving (2 liquid soft-gels) with a meal and a full glass of water.
Starting its formula with potent and heavily dosed Zinc and Copper, I think Well Roots Testosterone Peak establishes solid ground for supporting healthy testosterone. As I said, Zinc plays a direct role in testosterone synthesis but with it comes lower levels of copper. Having both minerals here, to me, is an early sign of a well designed men’s supplement. Both of these won’t get you massive T boosts though but that’s where the prop comes in.
Unfortunately, the nature of prop blends is that it doesn’t disclose the specific dosages of its ingredients but with simple mathematics, we can sort of guesstimate how much milligrams each ingredient has on average. That said, with a total dosage of 1040 mg shared among 7 ingredients, the mean dose is around 148.5 mg. Given the quality of the ingredients here, that’s not actually bad. Not the best but it should do just fine.
In terms of effects on male health, I see libido as the primary benefit as all 3 of its herbs (Tribulus, Tongkat Ali, and Asian Ginseng) all enhance sex drive with Tongkat Ali and Ginseng also having benefits on stress which potentially also helps with your bodybuilding efforts. Furthermore, Tongkat Ali also has benefits on testosterone. Sadly, that looks to be it for the prop blend’s influence on T but the stack also has the added benefit of promoting prostate health so, that’s cool.
Circling back to bodybuilding, Well Roots Testosterone Peak has CoQ10 and two nitric oxide boosters that, collectively, help with fat-burning, physical performance, and circulation. However, the two nitric oxide boosters L-Arginine and L-Citrulline are usually supplied in doses that’re heavier than what the prop blend’s total dosage allows so don’t expect too much.
Does it Work?
Compared to the likes or Prime Male or TestoFuel, I don’t see Well Roots Testosterone Peak as an elite testosterone booster. In particular, it only has Zinc and LJ100 as reliable ingredients for test and while they’re both effective, they don’t amount to much.
For male health in general though, Well Roots Testosterone Peak looks pretty well-rounded. With potent ingredients and an adequate total dosage, it should still have benefits on physical performance, stress, and especially libido. Also, it’s advertised to be “designed for men of all ages” but from my point of view, it suits the older population better.
- Natural – Everything here is sourced from natural resources. Take note, vegans.
- Top-shelf ingredients – Speaking of natural resources, Well Roots Testosterone Peak supplies these in potent forms
- Well rounded – It may not be that strong of a testosterone booster but it’s damn effective for male health in general.
- Safe – An all natural formula like this shouldn’t have any risky side effects. Based on the customer reviews I’ve read, this should ring true.
- Proprietary – Hiding individual dosages is NEVER a good thing
- Weak – As I said, it’s not that strong of a testosterone booster
- Testosterone Peak – On the Well Roots website
- Testosterone Support – On Amazon
- Testosterone Formula – On Walgreens
The Bottom Line
In my opinion, Well Roots did well on Testosterone Peak (or whatever it’s called on other websites). Although it doesn’t seem to be competitive with some of today’s top testosterone boosters, it’s designed well enough to be beneficial to males. With libido as its primary benefit, it also holds promise in terms of stress, body composition, and even prostate health. Good job, Well Roots!