Quick Take: I’m warning you now. Don’t be the fool that falls for the health symbol that’s printed on the Bio Thrive Ultra Test label. Although it might look like a decent testosterone booster just by looking at the bottle, this review will show you why it’s not. It still has its benefits though but a powerful test boost is not one of them.
- A product of Bio Thrive, Ultra Test is said to be a “natural testosterone support”
- Also advertised to be all natural and extra potent. Truth is, it is all natural but Bio Thrive Ultra Test’s potency is a big “?”
- The dosage of a majority of the ingredients here also has me scratching my head
- Speaking of dosage, Bulgarian Tribulus Terrestris seems to be Bio Thrive Ultra Test’s calling card, filling up more than half this stack’s overall dosage
- Has 2/3 of the legendary ZMA trio in Zinc and Magnesium
- Available to buy online and in retail stores. Amazon sells it really, really cheap. Bio Thrive Ultra Test doesn’t seem to have any connections with GNC though because I couldn’t find it there.
Bio Thrive Labs Ultra Test Ingredients
|Bulgarian Tribulus Terrestris||750 mg|
|Horny Goat Weed P.E. 10%||50 mg|
|Saw Palmetto Berries||50 mg|
|Hawthorn Berries||50 mg|
|Cissus Quadrangularis||50 mg|
Bio Thrive Labs Ultra Test’s T-Boosters & Other Ingredients
Magnesium – According to this research, Magnesium can increase both total and “free” testosterone in athletic and sedentary individuals with a higher increase in those who exercise. This rise in testosterone might be because Magnesium is deficient in a majority of the population.
Tribulus Terrestris – Despite its popularity as a testosterone, libido, and performance booster, research says that these claims are only 1/3 true. Unfortunately, the truth isn’t the testosterone booster part. It is great for sex though.
Chrysin – To be fair, Chrysin does seem to boost testosterone but there’s a catch. Are you fine fine injecting this directly into your precious family jewels? Because that’s the only way it’ll work. Oral Chrysin supplements just don’t cut it.
Horny Goat Weed – Mimics the effects of testosterone without necessarily increasing the manly hormone. That said, you get the typical horny feels from elevated testosterone without the test boosts.
Longjack – Otherwise known as Tongkat Ali, this herb has shown to increase testosterone by 37% while also decreasing cortisol by 16%. A supposedly great combo for bodybuilding fanatics that stress themselves out with heavy lifts on a daily.
Saw Palmetto – Contains phytosterols that have been commonly extracted to treat prostate problems such as Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH). These phytosterols work by inhibiting 5-alpha-reductase, theoretically leading to less DHT and more “free” test.
Hawthorn Berries – An antioxidant that has been widely accepted in Europe to promote a healthy circulatory system
Cissus Quadrangularis – A traditional herb used to treat a wide range of feminine problems from a lack of libido to menstrual pains. Also used for joint and bone health.
Zinc – One of manliest minerals. Zinc is a raw material needed for testosterone production therefore making it directly involved in test synthesis. Moreover, Zinc also prevents the testosterone decline that typically happens after an intense bout of muscle pumping.
Bio Thrive Labs Ultra Test Directions
Bio Thrive Labs Ultra Test specifically says to “follow these instructions for better results”:
- Take 1 serving (3 capsules) every night before going to sleep
- Take the caps with 8-10 oz of water
Bio Thrive Labs Ultra Test also warns not to exceed their recommended dose.
Let me start with the ingredients in Bio Thrive Ultra Test that have the appropriate dose to be effective: Tribulus Terrestris and Zinc.
Tribulus Terrestris harvested straight from Bulgaria is said to be the good stuff but as far as testosterone boosting is concerned, Tribulus Terrestris is Tribulus Terrestris and it’s still not a test booster. Also, Bio Thrive Ultra Test only uses plain Tribulus Terrestris so the form isn’t the best either. This 750 mg is a gold mine in libido boosting though so Bio Thrive Ultra Test has at least that going for them.
Next is Zinc. 30 mg hits the sweet spot when it comes to test boosting dosage but the question is, what form of Zinc does Bio Thrive Ultra Test supply? If it uses Zinc Citrate, then this is perfect and I have no complains. Given the cheap retail price of Bio Thrive Ultra Test though, they’re most probably also using the cheap forms of Zinc which would then greatly wither down this mineral’s potency.
As a consolation following those two appropriately dosed ingredients, Bio Thrive Ultra Test also has 200 mg of Magnesium. Depending on how deficient you are, this might be an okay dose but honestly, you’re more likely going to need more than this. Also, what the hell is Magnesium’s form?
Now that we have those 3 out of the way, the other ingredients on the Bio Thrive Ultra Test formula aren’t even worth discussing because they’re essentially non-existent. With the exception of Horny Goat Weed that’s standardized to 10% of whatever, everything else here is given in poor forms and poor dosages.
Does it Work?
Listen. The only ingredients you can rely on from the Bio Thrive Ultra Test formula are Tribulus Terrestris, Zinc, and maybe a little bit Magnesium.
Given that Zinc and Magnesium mineral deficiency is sort of an epidemic in today’s generation especially if you’re an athlete that’s not getting the proper nutrition, then sure, Bio Thrive Ultra Test might work to, at most, return your testosterone to healthy levels.
If you’re looking for powerful testosterone boosts to fuel your muscle seeking affinity though, I wouldn’t bet on Bio Thrive Ultra Test to do the job. However, if all you want is to get more libido, this heavy dose of Tribulus Terrestris from Bulgaria will pump up your sexual desire to get the ladies’ panties saturated.
- None Proprietary – Honestly, writing reviews for prop blend products are such as hassle. Having knowledge to all the dosages of all the ingredients at the tip of my fingers just makes my job so much easier. Thank you, Bio Thrive Ultra Test!
- Cheap – It’s typically sold on Amazon for $24. That’s already a cheap price when it comes to testosterone boosters but it’s currently on sale at just $15 so it’s even cheaper.
- Safe – As far as the customer reviews I’ve read, there doesn’t seem to be any reports of ill side effects.
- Bulgarian Tribulus Terrestris – Trib may not necessarily boost testosterone but with the natural libido boosts you get from it, it’s still a pretty good male health supplement.
- Zinc – …and maybe Magnesium. Because mineral deficiency is such a common thing nowadays, supplementing on them isn’t a bad idea.
- Vitamin B6 – Bio Thrive Ultra Test doesn’t have it and that’s the problem. Having Vitamin B6 in the formula would’ve completed the ZMA picture with Zinc and Magnesium.
- Poor forms – On everything except Horny Goat Weed
- Poor dosages – On everything except Zinc and Tribulus Terrestris
The Bottom Line
“You get what you pay for”
A line that’s not necessarily true in the testosterone boosting world because I’ve seen cheap products with decent to massive potentials. With Bio Thrive Ultra Test though, that line may be the perfect slogan. Honestly though, Bio Thrive Ultra Test did make solid ingredient choices but with their cheap forms and poor dosages, the formula overall is weak. If you want to check out better options, click here to see the list of my top-rated test boosters.