Diesel Test Review
What You Should Know
Diesel Test is a bodybuilding supplement from Get Diesel Nutrition. The product description claims the supplement is actually a combination of three popular supplements by the same company – Diesel Test Hardcore, Raw Test and Coq Diesel. The company also claims their product is stronger and more effective than the rest, in terms of boosting testosterone and libido. You can take the product without adding post-cycle therapy because Diesel Test is not a prohormone. This product contains herbal ingredients found in everyday testosterone boosters with a few other ingredients added for good measure and an extremely long ingredient list.
The official website makes a huge list of claims and they describe the supplement as if science has already proven the supplement effective. We did not find one clinical trial or study listed for either the combination of ingredients known as Diesel Test or any of the individual ingredients included in the supplement.
List of Ingredients
- Vitamin B6
- Tribulus Terrestris
- Gelatinized Maca Root
- Muira Puama
- Acetyl L-Carnitine
- Arginine HCL
- Avena Sativa
- Cnidium Monnieri
- Rhodiola Rosea
- Mucuna Pruriens
- Panax Ginseng
- Tongkat Ali
- Nettle Root
- Dodder Seed
- Gingko Biloba
- Alpha Lipoic Acid
- Di-Calcium Phosphate
- Stearic Acid
The product description for Diesel Test is probably the most interesting thing about the supplement. Get Diesel lists all the ingredients and then tells the reader what to expect when taking the supplement. The description literally tells the user that increased testosterone feels like this and this and this. Some of the ingredients in the formula may cause the feelings described, but those feelings are not associated with increased testosterone.
Another interesting factor is the push for increased sex drive. Get Diesel claims the increase in libido may be overpowering for some men and that taking too much Diesel Test can cause anger and aggression. These are symptoms of taking a steroid or prohormone, not a natural supplement. Again, the description is selling a product the ingredient list does not provide.
The ingredient list is pretty uneventful. There are a few stimulants that will likely increase energy, but the remaining ingredients are nothing special.
- Ingredients are listed online.
- The supplement may increase energy.
- Get Diesel wants the user to thing Diesel Test is stronger than it is.
- The product description is VERY misleading.
- This supplement will NOT increase testosterone.
Diesel Test is a supplement, not a steroid or a prohormone. The company lists a bunch of promises but none of the promises are backed with clinical research. We suggest using a product with many of the same ingredients if you want to try out a natural test booster, but not this one because the company is selling something you will not get.