Prime is a testosterone boosting supplement created by USPLabs and though it is on the higher end of the spectrum as far as price is concerned, it delivers on its promise to help boost testosterone levels in the body. Every person’s body is different, though, and that means while this product may work well for one person, it may not work as well for another.
One of the reasons for bringing this up is that a solid portion of the men who have used Prime as their primary supplement reported that it actually does help them gain muscle. Still, a solid percentage of men stated that they didn’t notice any real gains.
When you take a testosterone boosting supplement, the main goal is to help increase the level of free testosterone in your body in a natural and healthy way. This means that the ingredients need to be focused on helping your body boost the amount of testosterone is produces.
Prime does that for most men, and women. Prime certainly does have the potential to help make your muscle denser and harder, which can provide the feeling that you are getting stronger. This is also the foundation for being able to generate more muscle, though there is a difference of opinion about whether it actually succeeds.
Prime begins to show positive effects within about a week, as opposed to other supplements that tend to take about two weeks to begin showing good results. This is considered fast for the testosterone booster market.
Aside from the high price, the taste is considered to be very strong and bad. Some men couldn’t take this supplement because you are expected to take 1 to 2 capsules with every meal. That’s three times a day, at least and when something tastes horrible, you’re not going to want to take it, no matter what it could do to benefit you.
There was a relatively high percentage of men who reported that Prime did absolutely nothing for them. They didn’t notice any boost in energy levels, libido, or muscle gain, though muscle gain tends to be the key focal point for men when it comes to testosterone boosters.
Potential Side Effects
Because Prime contains all natural ingredients, including a proprietary blend of Tribulus Aquatics extract (both stem and leaf) and Chebulic Myrobalan (bean) extract, gelatin, corn starch, magnesium stearate, and titanium dioxide color, there are no apparent side effects aside from what you might normally expect from an increase in testosterone, which are increased aggression and acne outbreaks.
It’s interesting that this supplement contains corn starch, since starch is a nutrient that can help you feel fuller than you actually are when eating (fill you up faster).
The results on Prime by USPLabs is mixed. For the majority of men who rate it highly, they claim that it actually does help to build muscle. For the men who rate it poorly, they noted that there was no obvious gains from it. It is advertised as the ‘Ultimate Muscle Pill,’ but that may be overselling it a bit much. 150 pills for a four week supply (Prime is a four-week cycle) is a bit much as well.
Rating: 6.7 out of 10