Quick Take: First things that come to mind when comparing Testrol and Testogen is that both of them have some of the best natural testosterone boosters in today’s market. Consequently, they both also have some pretty bad ones. Both of them also struggle with dosage but both truly do have the potential to boost testosterone. On today’s review, we’ll weigh their similarities and differences and see which supplement comes out on top.
- A product of long time supplement manufacturers GAT sports
- Marketed to be the “ultimate dual-purpose male performance product” probably because it boosts both testosterone and libido
- Tribulus Terrestris, Horny Goat Weed, and Mucuna Pruriens are the high quality herbs found in Testrol and by the way, they’re really good for sex
- Has exotic Asian herbs that don’t have much research to them but have been claimed to boost libido
- Poor forms of Zinc and Magnesium but both are adequately dosed
- Click here to read my full review on Testrol
- A product of WOLFSON BERG LIMITED. Where I’m from, this brand isn’t as famous as GAT sports.
- Advertised to boost testosterone safely and easily but its extremely high dosage of Zinc is pretty risky
- Has D-Aspartic Acid (DAA) which studies have shown to boost testosterone by 42% in 12 days. Awesome!
- DAA isn’t the only cool ingredient here. There’s also high quality D3 and Zinc.
- Also has ingredients that you don’t typically see in a testosterone boosting formula such as Selenium, Vitamin B2, and Vitamin B5
- Click here to read my full review on Testogen
Testrol VS. Testogen: My Analysis
Both have some pretty solid ingredients choices mixed up with a few odd ones. Both of them also have a few mishaps on dosage. When it comes to these two, all it boils down to is strategy and execution. Let’s check them out.
TESTROL HAS LOADS OF INGREDIENTS BUT NOT A LOT OF TESTOSTERONE BOOSTERS
Testrol has 15 ingredients but only 5 are testosterone boosters. Those 5 are Zinc, Magnesium, Fenugreek, Tongkat Ali, and Mucuna Pruriens. These are awesome choices for natural test boosts but aside from Mucuna Pruriens, all these are given in poor forms.
Zinc and Magnesium in particular, are supplied in dirt cheap versions. To Testrol’s benefit, they did try to compensate by giving both of these minerals some heavy dosages but by doing so, the other ingredients on their roster have suffered low dosages.
Furthermore, the other 10 ingredients mostly target libido boosts without necessarily boosting testosterone. If anything, Testrol looks pretty good for sex gains with a side of muscle.
TESTOGEN HAS A SOLID CHOICE OF INGREDIENTS BUT MADE A RISKY MOVE IN THEIR DOSAGE
First of all, Testogen has some pretty cool testosterone boosters such as DAA, Panax Ginseng, Fenugreek, Zinc, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin D3. Vitamin D3 and Vitamin B6 alone can make sure you get healthy levels of test but with the rest of them? Man, I’m pretty confident you’ll get your testosterone boosted.
That’s not the end of the Testogen story though. Although the formula does look promising, it also carries with it a dangerous risk. With an extremely heavy dose of Zinc at 72 mg, Testogen may put you at risk of getting prostate problems.
Conclusion: Which is Better?
Basing solely on testosterone boosting potential, Testogen wins. HOWEVER! As ironic as it is, that’s not all there is to testosterone boosters. There are also other things to consider and one of the most important is how it affects your health.
I mean, if someone took a natural testosterone booster without weighing the possible consequences, that someone might as well take anabolic steroids since he obviously doesn’t care much about his health. Sigh.
For this very reason, I’m declaring Testrol as the true winner of this battle. Although it doesn’t have as much punch to it as Testogen, it’s heaps safer. And besides, you’ll still get your testosterone boosted here. It might not be much but it’s there. Plus, there’s sex and who doesn’t want that?