Quick Take: Based on what I understand from its marketing, TestoRush Rx is designed to help men get the “perfect body” by fueling muscle growth with boosts in “free” testosterone. SPOILER ALERT! the formula doesn’t look like it can live up to its claims. With a lot of under-researched Asian herbs inside a poorly dosed proprietary blend, TestoRush Rx has set itself up for failure in terms of boosting test but with its large number of ingredients, it may have other benefits. Let’s get to the review and check them out.
- TestoRush Rx is a product of, well, I don’t know. Its website is essentially useless.
- This formula kicks it off with a handful of Asian exotics that don’t seem to have anything to do with testosterone
- Also has 3 forms of L-Arginine and 2 mushrooms that, again, aren’t testosterone boosters but they do have their benefits
- The entire formula is 16-ingredients full with just a puny overall dosage of 1000 mg
- I included a short comparison of TestoRush Rx against another proprietary supplement in the review so, watch out for that
- Exclusively available to buy at the TestoRush Rx website
TestoRush RX Ingredients
|Proprietary Blend||1000 mg|
|Huang Qi (root) (astralagus membranaceus)|
|Rou Gui (bark) (cinnamon cassia)|
|Wu Wei Zi (fruit) (schizandra chinensis)|
|Sheng Jiang (ginger root)|
|Lentinula Edodes (shiitake)|
|Cordyceps Sinensis Extract (7% cordycepic acid)|
|Damiana (Tunera Aphrodisiac) 4:1 Extract|
|Maca Root 4:1 Extract|
|Cnidium Monnier (seed) 4:1 Extract|
|Ganoderma Lucidum 4:1 Extract (reishi mushroom)|
|L-Arginine Alpha ketoglutarate|
|Epimedium Extract (10% icarin)|
|Fruit (40,000 HUT)|
|Tongkat Ali 100:1 Extract|
TestoRush RX’s T-Boosters & Other Ingredients
Huang Qi (Astralagus) – A traditional Chinese herb that probably helps with growth hormone and insulin, theoretically helping with energy levels and muscle growth. It also might be pretty good for sperm but it hasn’t yet shown any benefit for testosterone.
TestoRush RX has the following kinds of L-Arginine in its formula:
- L-Arginine Base
- L-Arginine Alpha ketoglutarate
- L-Arginine Pyroglutamate
This is an amino acid that increases nitric oxide production and thereby improving circulation. This effect is what makes it so popular in the bodybuilding industry since the improved blood flow also boosts exercise intensity and muscle recovery.
Rou Gui (Cinnamon cassia) – An aromatic plant rich in antioxidants which helps protect our bodies from the damaging effects of free radicals. It might also be good for cholesterol and blood sugar but research seems suggestive rather than conclusive at this point.
Wu Wei Zi (Schizandra chinensis) – This rat research shows that taking Schizandra Chinensis lowered cortisol and sugar levels without boosting testosterone after undergoing intense physical exercise.
Sheng Jiang (ginger) – This rat research shows increased testosterone and lower levels of sugar in diabetic rats.
TestoRush Rx has two mushrooms in its ranks. Namely:
- Lentinula Edodes (Shiitake)
- Ganoderma Lucidum 4:1 Extract (Reishi)
None of these mushrooms are testosterone boosters but collectively, mushrooms contain polysaccharides that help boost the immune system.
Cordyceps Sinensis – Standardized for 7% cordycepic acid, Cordyceps is a fungus that grows on the back of insects and specifically for Testorush Rx, on caterpillars. Its adaptogenic nature provides protection against stress (cortisol) and free radicals.
Damiana – Supplied in a concentrated 4:1 extract, Damiana is a perplexing herb. It boosts libido while also lowering levels of estrogen BUT it also has phytoestrogens that mimic the effects of, well, estrogen. Confusing, right?
Maca – At this 4:1 extract, Maca potently improves libido and stamina but these don’t seem to be linked with boosted test.
Cnidium Monnier – Asian herb that, at this 4:1 extract, potently boosts libido.
Epimedium (Horny Goat Weed) – Isn’t a testosterone booster per se but HGW does mimic the effects of testosterone with increased libido being the primary benefit, especially being standardized for 10% Icariin.
Fruit (40,000 HUT) – Uhh, what? Fruits? What fruits? WTH, TestoRush Rx?
Tongkat Ali – A traditional libido booster that also helps balance testosterone and cortisol. This 100:1 extract is pretty damn potent, too.
TestoRush RX Directions
TestoRush Rx’s website doesn’t specify any instructions on how to take this but each serving consists of only 1 capsule. Judging from the number of servings inside the bottle (30), I’m assuming it’s 1 capsule per day for a whole month’s supply.
First of all, TestoRush Rx is a proprietary formula. This means that the individual dosages of all its ingredients are left undisclosed, making it harder to gauge which of its ingredients actually work. That alone is enough to leave a bad taste in my mouth (metaphorically speaking) but to be fair, some proprietary formulas still manage to become solid supplements by compensating with large total dosages as well as potent and well-chosen ingredients.
That said, I’m going to be totally honest with you here.
TESTORUSH RX IS NOT A SOLID SUPPLEMENT
It’s probably not even effective AT ALL. You see, a total dosage of 1000 mg is too puny to adequately supply all of its 16 ingredients. To put that into perspective, let’s compare a little of TestoRush Rx with Super Test – another proprietary supplement that has an even larger pool of 20+ ingredients.
- Both TestoRush Rx and Super Test have 3 metabolites of L-Arginine in their respective formulas but unlike TestoRush Rx who has its meager 1000 mg total dosage spread across its 16 ingredients, Super Test has the same 1000 mg dosage allotted solely for a separate L-Arginine blend, giving the NO boosting amino acid an adequate supply of milligrams.
You see, compared to solid T boosting products, TestoRush Rx just doesn’t have the dosage to be as effective (if at all). Moreover, its choice of ingredients is almost just as bad as a majority of them aren’t even testosterone boosters and those that do show potential, don’t have solid research to back up them up.
Does it Work?
For testosterone, no, TestoRush Rx doesn’t work. However, there might be a slight glimmer of hope here for your muscles and sex drive. Again, they’re likely not getting enough dosage to maximize their full potential but collectively, a lot of the ingredients here act on sugar and cortisol which may protect your body from stress and fatigue.
Combined with your choice of exercise, these benefits, albeit minimal, may help you develop your muscles. Exercise itself can also help increase testosterone levels but I personally wouldn’t give the credit to the TestoRush Rx formula. Also, since these energy boosts rely heavily on glucose regulation, I advise you to check with your doctor first before giving TestoRush Rx a try, especially if you’re an older male with existing problems with your blood sugar as it may potentially be dangerous.
- All natural – If there’s anything good about TestoRush Rx, it has to be this.
- Tongkat Ali – Probably the only legit testosterone booster here. Unfortunately, it’s prioritized last so it gets the least amount of dosage, rendering it likely ineffective.
- Free Trials? – TestoRush Rx supposedly gets you a free 30 day supply (1 bottle) which is cool if it’s actually true. I didn’t even care to test its authenticity though because in my experience, a lot of these kinds of promos are scams. Try at your own risk.
- Proprietary – These things suck, man.
- Dosage – 1000 mg for 16 ingredients just simply isn’t enough.
- Exotics – A lot of these Asian ingredients just don’t have the research to back up their claims.
- Exclusive – You can only buy TestoRush Rx on its own website. Nope, it’s not even on Amazon or GNC.
TestoRush RX website
Aside from BS marketing and a free trial offer, the TestoRush Rx website had very little information as to what’s inside its formula; No list of ingredients, no instructions, no customer reviews, nothing. I had to scrub google search on multiple other websites to get the info that you see here.
The Bottom Line
Uhh, I usually refrain from saying any supplement is bad but, yeah, TestoRush Rx is bad. I honestly even think it’s one of the worst products I’ve had to write a review for. It has poor formulation, weak dosage, under-researched ingredients, and it doesn’t even look like a testosterone booster. It probably helps with libido and muscle growth but even that is a big maybe. If you want to see what legit, effective, and powerful testosterone boosters look like, check out this list.