High T Review
What You Should Know
High T Black is a testosterone booster that claims to boost libido as well. The ingredients include common libido boosters like tribulus and eurycoma longfolia with a dose of caffeine. Most testosterone boosters don’t include caffeine and we’re unsure why this company chose to include a fat burner in the ingredient list. With 200 mg of caffeine, this supplement should only be taken in maximum quantities by bodybuilders used to taking stimulants. The proven effect on testosterone is limited as most testosterone boosters with tribulus and eurycoma longfolia do nothing more than increase libido so the user thinks testosterone is on the rise.
List of Ingredients
- Vitamin E
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin B12
- Razberi K
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Trigonella Foenum-Graecum Extract
- Rhodiola Rosea Extract
- Eurycoma Longfolia Extract
- Testofen Fenugreek Extract
- Tribulus Terrestris
- Arginine Alphaketoglutarate
- L-Citrulline Malate
- 3-Aminopropanoic Acid (Beta Alanine)
Sometimes the ingredient list for a supplement like High T is useless if the product does not work in real life people. While the ingredient list is common and many other supplements use tribulus, eurycoma longfolia and arginine to boost testosterone, not all products have a good following and a plethora of positive reviews. We found this product for sale on GNC and the reviews are pretty phenomenal, but there could be a reason other than a testosterone boost for most of the reviews.
High T packs in 200 mg of caffeine. That caffeine is bound to boost energy and vitality on some level. So, all the reviews claiming this product gave the user a ton of energy so low testosterone must be the problem are useless. The increase in energy has nothing to do with testosterone levels and everything to do with that 200 mg of caffeine not commonly found in testosterone supplements.
The biggest complaint about the product was dosing and taste. You have to take four capsules per day. We like the high capsule dose because it allows the user to regulate caffeine intake. Each capsule contains 50 mg of caffeine, so sensitive dieters can take one and work up to the full dose as their body gets used to the caffeine. However, eventually even the 200 mg of caffeine will not give the user that boost in energy because the body will get used to the caffeine and expect more.
- A complete list of ingredients is found online.
- May leave the user with more energy.
- No clinical proof the supplement works as claimed.
High T may help the user feel more energy, but there is no proof it will boost testosterone. The company claims the user must diet and exercise regularly for the supplement to be effective. It also takes two months for optimal effects. Taking 200 mg of caffeine every day for two months will cause the user to become addicted to that caffeine level and if they stop taking that amount of caffeine daily they could suffer caffeine withdrawal.