Quick Take: If you’ve been searching for testosterone boosters for quite some time now, you’ve likely come across the Testosterone Furnace formula but not necessarily Testosterone Furnace per se. What I mean by this is that many other supplements have this exact same design. Same ingredients, same qualities, same dosages, and even somewhat similar prices. With so many products using the same structure, it must be effective, right? Maybe. Maybe not. Let’s get to the review and find out.
- Testosterone Furnace is a product of Healthy Beauty Supplements or HB&S Solutions
- Other supplements available on the market have the exact same formula used in Testosterone Furnace but more on this later
- With a ripped dude doing bicep curls as its logo, you’d think this supplement is for bodybuilding but, no, it’s actually more for libido.
- The only ingredients getting adequate dosages are Zinc, Magnesium, and Tribulus
- The rest of the formula is essentially paperweight especially since all the ingredients are given cheap forms
- Available to buy online and in retail stores including Amazon. I couldn’t seem to find it on GNC though.
Testosterone Furnace Ingredients
|Magnesium (Magnesium Oxide)||200 mg|
|Zinc (Zinc Oxide)||30 mg|
|Tribulus Terrestris||750 mg|
|Horny Goat Weed P.E.||50 mg|
|Saw Palmetto Berries||50 mg|
|Hawthorn Berries||50 mg|
|Cissus Quadrangularis||50 mg|
Testosterone Furnace’s T-Boosters & Other Ingredients
Magnesium – This mineral has both muscle and testosterone boosting benefits. It inhibits the activity of SHBG which should lead to more “free” test while also reducing oxidative damage from exercise.
Zinc – This mineral is directly involved in the testosterone synthesizing process as it serves as a raw material required for converting cholesterol into test. It also helps maintain levels of testosterone after intense exercise which goes well with Magnesium.
Where’s the Vitamin B6?
While Zinc and Magnesium are a formidable duo for boosting testosterone and anabolic muscle gains, adding in Vitamin B6 would’ve completed the legendary ZMA trio. Also, Testosterone Furnace supplies these two minerals in their cheapest and least absorbed forms (oxide). Thankfully, their dosages are quite adequate so there should at least be some effect.
Tribulus Terrestris – At 750 mg, this herb gets the heaviest dose of any ingredient in the Testosterone Furnace formula. It seems effective for libido but sadly, the same cannot be said for testosterone.
Chrysin – If you agree to inject this directly into your marbles then, yes, it does have testosterone boosting potential. As an oral supplement though, it’s ineffective.
Horny Goat Weed – I hate to state the obvious but clearly, this plant will get you horny. This 50 mg dose seems too low to be effective though.
Longjack (Tongkat Ali) – Primarily a libido booster but it does have testosterone and cortisol balancing effects. Theoretically, that’s a good combination for bodybuilding.
Saw Palmetto – Used as medicine for treating benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) because of it’s DHT reducing effects. This might also give it the ability to boost “free” testosterone.
Hawthorn Berries – This one’s used for promoting cardiac health. No direct testosterone boosts but it’s never a bad thing to have a healthy heart and blood vessels.
Cissus Quadrangularis – Typically used for joint and bone health. If you lift insanely heavy weights in the gym, this could be a good supplement for you.
Testosterone Furnace Directions
Each serving of Testosterone Furnace consists of 3 capsules and as instructed by Health Beauty Supplements, we are to take 3 capsules (1 serving) before bedtime.
Testosterone Furnace is a copy of a copy of a copy of a copy… and so on. I mean, I don’t actually know which product came up with the formula first but honestly, it doesn’t really matter. This is the EXACT SAME FORMULA used in many other testosterone supplements, including (but not limited to) the following:
- Ultra Test by NutriSuppz
- Ultra Test by Natrogix
- Ultra Test by Bio Thrive Labs
- Pro Test Boost by We Are Fit
At least HB&S Solutions didn’t name this Ultra Test, right? Still, where’s your originality Health Beauty Supplements?
I would’ve been fine with a supplement having the same exact formula as another one IF the formula was decent but the problem is that this design isn’t any good for testosterone. In particular, the only ingredients here that you can sort of count on for test are Zinc and Magnesium and their forms aren’t exactly the best either. To Testosterone Furnace’s credit, they are adequately dosed so if you’re not too deficient in these minerals to start with, they should, at the maximum, offer mild support for T.
In terms of libido though, the massive 750 mg dose of Tribulus Terrestris should get you pumped for sex. The other herbs in this formula would’ve helped this cause too but they’re puny dosages make them largely ineffective.
Does it Work?
Testosterone Furnace, along with the other supplements that use this exact same formula, places a heavy load of Tribulus Terrestris inside their capsules. Unfortunately, this is not a testosterone booster but at this dosage, it should get your libido perked up like your girlfriend’s nipples in cold weather.
When it comes to testosterone though, Testosterone Furnace isn’t all that effective. Again, the only ingredients that have the possibility of boosting testosterone here is Zinc and Magnesium. They don’t have the best forms but if you’re not too low on these minerals, they should provide mild T support.
- All natural – If anything, the actual formula isn’t filled with dirty synthetics. Based on the customer reviews, there doesn’t seem to be any reports of major side effects either.
- Cheap – Prices vary depending on where you buy it but at the Health Beauty Supplements website, it’s sold at just $17.47
- Zinc and Magnesium – Manly minerals for boosting testosterone
- Tribulus Terrestris – Because sex feels daaaaaaaaamn good
- Unoriginal – This has to be the worst thing about Testosterone Furnace
- Weak – If you wanted powerful boosts in testosterone, this is not the supplement you should be looking at.
Quality and quantity
This is another bad thing about Testosterone Furnace. Its minerals are in their cheapest forms and its herbs are in plain powder. Excluding Zinc, Magnesium, and Tribulus Terrestris, all of them get wacky dosages too. Heck, I think even without the rest of the ingredients, Testosterone Furnace will likely work the same way. Which is, you know, not so much.
The Bottom Line
With Zinc and Magnesium, Testosterone Furnace fits the mold of being a testosterone booster albeit barely even supporting T. Its best asset seems to be improving sex drive but, honestly, even when it comes to boosting libido, I’ve seen many other products do so much better. If you still want to try Testosterone Furnace though, I suggest you scan your favorite shopping websites for other supplements with the same formula (like the ones I listed above). You might get a cheaper bargain for the exact same stack.