Quick Take: Really, there’s not much to say about TribX 90 because everything about it is exposed in its name including what makes it unique. If it’s not too obvious yet, this supplement’s benefits hinges on Tribulus – an extremely potent one at that. I won’t spill too much detail here because, hey, this is just the intro. However, i’ll give you a little spoiler.
Tribulus isn’t really what I’d call a testosterone booster and science has my back on this. That said, let’s get to the main course of this review and find out exactly what Trib X90 has for us.
- According to AllMax Nutrition, they are obsessed with purity and potency. With TribX90, as a product of AllMax’s obsession, you can expect what may be the highest quality of Tribulus you’ll see in a supplement.
- Tribulus Terrestris has been increasingly popular among athletes for purported benefits of increased strength and stamina which leads me to think that this is the main reason why AllMax Nutrition focused this supplement on Tribulus alone.
- The Tribulus in TribX90 is almost pure saponins with double the amount compared to Tribulus from other testosterone boosters.
- To ensure the potency of this herb, AllMax Nutrition harvests this Bulgarian herb by hand only at peak seasons (which happens to be just one month per year).
- Aside from potency, TribX90 also heavily doses this herb at a whopping 750 mg.
- TribX90 is available to buy online and in retail stores. Amazon has it listed for as low as $16 but I couldn’t find it in GNC.
(standardized to 90% saponins [675 mg])
TribX90’s T-Boosters & Other Ingredients
Tribulus Terrestris – One of the most popular ingredients among testosterone boosters because of its reported benefits on testosterone, libido, and athletic performance. However, it’s not really a T-booster and it might not even boost performance too. It’s great for sex though. More on this in the analysis.
Take 1 to 2 capsules per day.
When it comes to reputation, Tribulus Terrestris is famous for 3 things. Namely:
- Testosterone boosts
- Athletic Performance
They may/may not be true but those are the reported benefits anyway. Is it all hype, though? Let’s find out.
I’ve already stated that it’s not a testosterone booster but really, that was an incomplete statement. According to this rat study, those with already low levels of testosterone could experience a rise in LH and testosterone with Tribulus Terrestris supplementation. Those with already healthy levels of test, though? Not so much.
On to the next bullet, we have boosts in athletic performance. Even this might not be true. According to this research, further clinical trials need to be conducted. As such, there’s really not much evidence surrounding the benefits of Tribulus on muscle growth and strength. Even when marketed as a performance or testosterone booster, this same research even mentions studies that contradict these claims. It even goes as far as saying that these effects are “caused by intensive advertising encouraging TT usage, which may only result in a temporary placebo effect.” Not part of the analysis but this probably explains some of the positive customer reviews I’ve read.
With regards to the last bullet, libido, here’s where Tribulus really makes a mark. According to this study on sluggish male albino rats, the scientists observed “an increase in mount frequency, intromission frequency, and penile erection index, as well as a decrease in mount latency, intromission latency, and ejaculatory latency.” That sounds really scientific and a bit hard to understand but what that basically means is, Tribulus Terrestris made the studied rats initiate sex more often and had harder boners.
Does it Work?
In terms of testosterone boosting, typically, I’d say no. However, in this case, I’m not entirely sure because I haven’t seen a study that uses Tribulus Terrestris of this same potency. As I’ve said, 90% saponins is double the amount of standardization used in most testosterone boosters. This could mean that you’d experience better benefits or you could double your chances of side effects.
Regardless, as a testosterone booster, Tribulus Terrestris might only be beneficial to males already suffering from low T. These are technically the older population over 30 years of age. And even if you fit that category, it might not even be a sure thing as studies on this are contradicting. What I’m fairly sure of though, is by taking a highly standardized form of Tribulus Terrestris, your boners are going to skyrocket through the roof with hardness that’s harder than even The Rock himself.
- Out of this world potency – I mean, really. Twice the amount of saponins of most other testosterone supplements. That’s crazy!
- Cheap – $16 dollars. Given that there’s only one ingredient, this is to be expected. Regardless, that’s still pretty cheap for a boner enhancing supplement. Which brings me to the next bullet.
- Sex – AllMax Nutrition might as well name this TribSEX90 because out of all of the marketed benefits of Tribulus, this is the only one I’m sure of.
- Side effects – Tribulus Terrestris typically comes with Acne, GI irritation, and irritability. At this potency, those side effects might be even more pronounced too.
- No T-boosts – Because for heaven’s sake, it’s not a testosterone booster. Okay, sure, it might benefit the older males but the keyword there is “might”. For healthy young males looking for an athlethic-minded testosterone booster, you’re better off looking elsewhere bro.
- False marketing – It’s not AllMax Nutrition’s fault though. Tribulus Terrestris is heavily marketed in the bodybuilding products scene to aid athletic performance and testosterone even with contradicting studies. If I owned a T-boosting brand, I’d probably hop on that train too.
- Other ingredients – I haven’t touched on this yet but you know what? The “other ingredients” that make up this formula’s capsule have more ingredients than the actual formula. Like, WTF, TribX90??
The Bottom Line
This website is all about testosterone and TribX90 having Tribulus Terrestris as it’s only ingredient, I would’t put it anywhere near my list of the best. If anything, AllMax Nutrition came up with a pretty clever name here. Let me show you.
TribX90 = Tribulus Terrestris with a standard of 90% saponins.
TribX90 = Tribulus Terrestris inside 90 capsules.
TribX90 = Tribulus Terrestris for men over the age of 90
Okay, I was kidding at that last part. On a more serious note though, the only people who might benefit from this formula are the older gents but as I said, that might not even be a sure thing. If you really (and I mean REALLY) want to boost testosterone even when you’re older, my advise is to check this out.