Frequently Asked Questions


How Do You Know Which Supplements Really Work?

You don’t! There’s no way a consumer can tell if a testosterone booster will work. That’s why we created this website. We’ve sent every popular testosterone booster to one of the country’s leading research labs to be tested for efficacy. Which products really work? Simple, take a look at our labe reports!

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How come no one else sends testosterone pills to laboratories for analysis?

Simple. It cost’s a fortune! I don’t think there’s one supplement company that would want their product sent to a lab to have it tested to see how well it works. There is tons of money in supplements. They are extremely cheap to produce and have huge margins. Companies are incentivized to use cheap, ineffective ingredients and it shows in the lab reports. Hardly any of these testosterone boosters will work as advertised.

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Can the pills you rate highly really work?

Yes! Our pills are rated by many factors, but the most important factor is the amount of Protodioscin is found in the supplement and verified by our independent lab reports. It is the Protodioscins found in Tribulus that increase testosterone levels. The Protodioscins stimulates the pituitary gland to produce Leutinizing Hormone, which increases free testosterone levels. You need roughly 2.3 to 4.6 milligrams of protodioscin per pound of bodyweight per day to increase testosterone. So if you are a 180 pound male, you need about 360mg – 740mg of Protodioscin per day!

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I heard many NFL playing are no longer testing positive for steroids because they are taking supplements. Do you know anything about this?

Yes its true they are using the top supplements that are legally available. These products work so well that there is no reason why a professional athlete would risk their lucrative contracts to take a banned substance when they can take something that is totally legal and get the same results.

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Which herbs have been shown in clinical studies to be most beneficial for testosterone production?

Tribulus Terrestris
Tribulus Terrestris also known as puncture vine, tribulus has been researched for its ability to indirectly increase testosterone naturally. Studies indicate that tribulus can increase luteinizing hormone by as much as 70% and thereby elevate testosterone production by 40%. Luteinizing hormone is released from the pituitary gland and stimulates the testes to produce testosterone.

There is data to support other benefits of tribulus as it was shown to increase endurance 75% and sexual performance by 80% in a study on 20 males and females. By increasing testosterone production, it follows that tribulus may increase muscular development and strength although more research is needed in this area. For women, Tribulus might reduce PMS symptoms due to its effect on luteinizing hormone by assisting in the release of the egg during menses and helping to modulate the complex hormones of the female menstrual cycle.

The normal dosage for tribulus terrestris is 200 to 750 mg per day. The best tribulus products contain about 20% protodioscin, which is thought to be one of the most active components of tribulus. Products with this level of protodioscin cost at least five times more than lower priced Tribulus products that simply contain saponins or sapogenins.


ZMA is a vitamin-mineral combination of zinc monomethionine aspartate, mMagnesium aspartate and vitamin B6 (pyridoxine). Supported by two studies, this product has been around for nearly 10 years. The data shows total and free testosterone increases of up to 30% in athletes taking ZMA. There was also corresponding increases in strength and power measurements. Zinc and magnesium play a role in over 500 metabolic reactions in the body while vitamin B6 is very important for muscle protein synthesis. The normal dosage for ZMA is 30 mg of zinc, 450 mg of magnesium, and 10.5 mg of vitamin B6, taken about an hour before bed.

Dehydroepiandrosterone, or DHEA , is a precursor to many hormones in the body including testosterone and estrogen. DHEA supports natural testosterone production because it is a precursor that the body can convert into testosterone. As we age our production of DHEA declines. This decline can be associated with lethargy, lack of sexual desire, loss of muscle mass and strength, and mental deficiency. DHEA is generally for individuals over the age of 30 since younger men and women usually have plenty of DHEA production naturally. The normal supplement dosage for DHEA is 25 to 50 mg per day with a high dose being 100 mg.

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Is it true that your testosterone levels decrease as you age?

Yes – for the overwhelming majority of men. After the age of 40, testosterone levels typically fall 1.6% per year. Some suggest that the fall in testosterone is from nutrition, lifestyle and exercise choices more than it being a direct result of age. A study on males of varying testosterone levels showed that those in the lowest quartile, with levels less than 241 ng/dl, had a 40% increased risk of dying from any cause compared to those at the highest levels. Maintaining testosterone levels is pretty important.

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Why Should I Increase Testosterone?

Low testosterone effects men of every age. Young or old, suffering from low testosterone is no way to go through life. Testosterone levels influence physical, emotional and sexual well being, with higher testosterone generally having a favorable effect on attitude and performance. If you feel you want to improve on any of those areas then increased testosterone is the answer.

Increased testosterone can have an impact on body composition. Benefits include gains in lean muscle mass, reduced body fat and increased bone density. It can also successfully treat erectile dysfunction and loss of libido in men with low testosterone from either advancing age or hypogonadism. Increaseing testosterone will reduce negative moods relating to fatigue and depression while increasing feelings of self-esteem.

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Are There Any Scams To Avoid?

The biggest SCAM the one SCAM to avoid like the PLAGUE is the “Free Trial Offer”. You will see TONS of websites that push a free trial. Some of them even make you fill out a form to see if you “qualify”. Man they are everywhere. Companies tell you that you can get a free bottle of pills by just paying a small $4.95 shipping and handling charge, and then they automatically ship you pills every month and it is difficult to get the shady companies to stop billing you. Here are some products that I have seen that are doing this scam – Force Factor, Nugenix, Alpha Max, Formula T10 and I’m sure there will be some new ones tomorrow. These are not all of the ones out there – but they are the biggest ones I have seen. This is the main scam to really avoid. The other scams are just lousy products pretending to be better than they are. But read my Top 10 and you can find a good product to fit your budget and your needs.

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I have tried so many pills and they don’t work. How come?

I get this question a lot. I tell them it’s not you, it’s the pills you have been buying. Just take a look at the lab reports. The majority of products don’t contain an effective dosage of ingredients to increase your testosterone. It is not your fault – you have simply been lied to. That is why I hope you will appreciate my information. We have spent a lot of time and money sending these products to be analyzed and tested at one of the most prestigious labs in the United States. You won’t be lied to any more. You now have the information to turn the tables and and stop falling for marketing gimmicks. Remember – Lab Reports Don’t Lie.

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