With so many testosterone boosters on the market, the challenge is to find the right one for you. Now, what works best for you and your needs will likely be different than something that is ideal for another individual. However, there are some key factors that go into measuring the value of a testosterone booster overall. There is taste, overall effectiveness, and of course cost.
The last thing you want is to purchase a booster that is expensive, only to find out before long that it doesn’t really do all that much for you. Test Charge by All American EFX came out a while ago and at the time of its release, there was a fair amount of buzz about this product, mostly because it comes in liquid form. Any guy (or woman) who has taken supplements before knows that pills or powders can have a tough taste to them.
So Test Charge was a potential winner, if they could get the taste right. However, it also comes with a pill that is designed to prevent the conversion of testosterone in your body into estrogen. Now, don’t get all worried; this is normal. Every man’s body ends up converting some levels of testosterone into estrogen. Men and women have both in their systems. It is odd that a testosterone booster would include this pill (these ingredients) separately. That was the first warning sign.
How Test Charge Fared with Users
What was interesting about Test Charge, when you compare it to a host of other boosters on the market, is that for the most part, guys just didn’t feel the positive effects that they might have expected.
Of course, there are no guarantees when it comes to testosterone boosters. Every man and woman is different, so you shouldn’t expect to be able to achieve the same results as another person. However, from everything that has been seen about Test Charge to date, it fails to deliver much of a boost at all to anyone. Not only does this product fail to deliver, the taste is actually not very pleasant at all.
Test Charge relies on a number of extracts that are found in nature:
- Pinus Sylvestris
- Potassium sorbate
Now, if you’re thinking that this ingredients list sounds like an overdose of a healthy salad, you’re right. Many of the ingredients that are found in Test Charge are nutrients that you could get naturally by eating a healthier diet of fruits and vegetables.
The ingredients that are in the estrogen-blocking pill follows the same agenda.
We have found that many of the men who have tried Test Charge have been thoroughly disappointed with the results. For $44, you could go out and pick up a nice, healthy grocery list and end up with the same nutrients in your system that will end up offering you pretty much a minor boost in testosterone, if any at all.
We had high hopes for Test Charge, but it seems as though this one doesn’t quite hit the mark.
Rating: 5.5 out of 10