Max Testosterone

Overall Review:
3 out of 5.

Max Testosterone proffers itself as a natural way to boost testosterone levels. Many men are looking to “beef up” these hormonal levels, especially those men who are concerned with maximum muscle gain – and those looking to rediscover a healthy libido.

The formula aims to help deliver the lean, muscular body that many men are working hard to achieve. Unlike many other supplements designed to do similar things, Max Testosterone does not contain any stimulants and is an herbal supplement.

It’s not a coincidence that this formula contains Tribulus Terrestris, as this herbal extract is arguably at the top of the list of remedies for boosting testosterone levels. It has been linked to directly affecting this levels, especially in men who are beginning to see their levels drastically drop. There is a stage in a man’s life similar to Menopause in women, called “Andropause”. This generally affects men in their 50s but can easily begin much sooner. The issues being with less testosterone, affecting many areas of a man’s life. He can start to see hair loss, unhealthy skin, and a marked difference in sexual drive.

A large dose of zinc is also included in the Max Testosterone supplement. Zinc is crucial for many bodily functions, including sexual function. It is needed to develop healthy semen, as one example.

Users are directed to take two pills each day with a full glass of water.

Benefits:
- may boost testosterone levels
- contains Zinc

Negatives:

- requires some dedication
- does not directly address immediate energy

Ingredients:
- Magnesium
- Zinc
- Selenium
- Tribulus Terrestris
- Avena Sativa
- L-Arginine
- Macuna Pruriens
- Ginkgo Biloba
- Tongkat Ali
- Horny Goat Weed
- Saw Palmetto
- Damiana
- Cnidium Monnieri
- Xanthroparmelia Scabrosa

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Clinical Studies:
None

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