Quick Take: The brand name Cybergenics sounds really cool to me. Unfortunately though, ISO-TEST is anything but. Inside a single capsule are 4 ingredients that are dosed way too low to leave a dent on anything you deem manly. Frankly, it’s a bad ‘testosterone booster’ but check out the review anyway.
- Cybergenics just sounds like a human and robot hybrid, which I think is cool. Disclaimer: cool names are about the only thing cool about ISO-TEST.
- Advertised on their label as a “Pro-Testosterone Booster”, there’s really nothing “pro” about its formulation
- Designed “for maximum testosterone performance”. Seems well below average to me.
- Has one of the best (if not THE best) Tongkat Ali brands in the world of testosterone boosting.
- Also has Chrysin – a natural testosterone booster that has a really low oral bioavailability.
- Available to buy online and in retail stores including Amazon, Walmart, and Luckyvitamin. It’s not in GNC so don’t bother.
Cybergenics ISO-TEST Ingredients
|Nettle root extract||30 mg|
|LJ100™ (Eurycoma longifolia root extract)||100 mg|
|Dimethyl chrysin||30 mg|
|Bioperine™ black pepper fruit extract||2 mg|
Cybergenics ISO-TEST’s T-Boosters & Other Ingredients
Nettle – Supposedly increases “free” testosterone via aromatase, 5-alpha-reductase, and SHBG inhibition. Cool, aye? Sure. 30 mg isn’t going to cut it though.
Eurycoma Longifolia – Otherwise known as Tongkat Ali, Cybergenics gave ISO-TEST one of the best brands of this herb in LJ100. Research shows it can increase testosterone while also battling stress through cortisol regulation.
Chrysin – Has shown testosterone boosting potential… WHEN INJECTED INTO THE TESTICLES! All caps on this because who the hell wants a syringe to the balls??
More on Chrysin
Chrysin is a compound extracted from Blue Passion Flower that can be sometimes seen in bodybuilding supplements in belief that it raises testosterone and regulates estrogen. Cybergenics ISO-TEST is one of these supplements.
However, research suggests that oral Chrysin supplementation has no effect on these two hormones. Therefore, it should be easy to understand that Chrysin inside a capsule won’t work. Unless you’re ready to get your balls pierced, I suggest you find another natural T boosting alternative.
Bioperine™ – No man enhancing properties whatsoever. You know what though? It’s still a better supplement than chrysin. This black pepper extract increases the potency of the entire Cybergenics ISO-TEST formula through bolstered nutrient absorption.
Cybergenics ISO-TEST Directions
Take 1 capsule per day or as told by your doctor.
Cybergenics designed ISO-TEST to supposedly be a simple 4-ingredient formula for “maximum testosterone support”. I like simplicity and I like testosterone so theoretically, what ISO-TEST has is a really good gameplan. However…
Their execution is weak
Let’s do some elimination rounds, shall we? There’s 4 ingredients in Cybergenics ISO-TEST but BioPerine is here to enhance the potency of the rest of the formula. This is good. Still not a test booster though.
This leaves us with 3 ingredients: Nettle, Tongkat Ali, and Chrysin. I don’t know about you but I don’t want needles anywhere near my prized family jewels so Chrysin is off the ship. Nettle would’ve been a good addition to this product for boosts in “free” testosterone but at just 30 mg? Not a chance.
Which leaves us with the lone ingredient: Tongkat Ali. This herb has natural libido boosting properties but can also do so much more with its anti-cortisol and pro-testosterone benefits. Particularly in bodybuilding, these benefits could prove really beneficial for muscle growth and recovery.
Unfortunately again, Cybergenics ISO-TEST stumbles on the dosage department. To be honest, 100 mg of Tongkat Ali could probably work for sex boosts but it’s unlikely to do the same for testosterone.
Does it Work?
Maybe? But really more of a maybe not. Out of 4 ingredients, there’s only 1 probable testosterone booster in Tongkat Ali and even that is dosed a bit too low for comfort.
What Cybergenics ISO-TEST will probably get you though, is horny. Well, that’s if 100 mg of Tongkat Ali grants you enough sex drive to drive yourself to your wife’s panties. Or to a brothel. I don’t judge. You do you, bro. You do you.
- Tongkat Ali – The only ingredient in Cybergenics ISO-TEST that has a slight chance at boosting testosterone.
- BioPerine – Not a test booster. Still better than Chrysin.
- Simplicity – Given the right circumstances, simplicity can be beauty.
- Safe – Speaking of simplicity, less ingredients mean lesser risks of adverse ingredient interactions, which also means less chances for side effects.
- Non-proprietary – Fully disclosed ingredients and dosages. I commend you for your bravery, Cybergenics ISO-TEST!
- Weak – Well, “weak” is actually a stretch because Cybergenics ISO-TEST most probably doesn’t do sh*t.
- Low Dosage – Nettle and Tongkat Ali could’ve used more than a bit more juice.
- Chrysin – Anyone interested in sticking needles inside their testicles? Anyone? No one? That’s what I thought.
The Bottom Line
You probably already know this but let me just say it for this review’s sake.
You shouldn’t fall for fancy names and marketing ploys
Cybergenics ISO-TEST, no doubt, sounds hella catchy. So does “for maximum testosterone performance”. However, just because it’s appealing, doesn’t necessarily mean it’s effective. In this case, Cybergenics ISO-TEST has a tiny libido and test boosting boosting potential but truthfully, there’s not much to it. You might want to check out more powerful testosterone products.