Tribuloid Testosterone Boost Review

Editor's Review: 3.5 / 5.0

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Tribuloid Testosterone Boost claims it will boost natural testosterone levels and enhance libido. The main ingredient is tribulus terrestris and while there are clinical studies most have been completed on mice. Mice studies show increased testosterone levels, enhanced sexual behavior and improved mounting during mating. In human studies, the results are not quite as positive. There are currently no human studies that prove tribulus terrestris increases testosterone levels.

List of Ingredients

Ingredients:

  • Zinc
  • Tribulus Terrestris
  • Dodder Seed
  • Epimedium Sagittatum Extract
  • Avena Sativa
  • Flaxseed Oil
  • Tongkat Ali
  • Saw Palmetto Berry Extract
  • Calcium D-Glucarate
  • Diindolymethane
  • Chrysin

Product Features

When you stumble upon a supplement that claims to increase testosterone, the first ingredients you have to look for are natural sex drive boosters. Typically you will find ingredients like tribulus terrestris and tongkat ali. These ingredients have been used for more than a decade in western cultures and much longer in cultures rooted in natural medicine. There is a fine line between testosterone and sex drive. If the man taking a supplement like Tribuloid Testosterone Boost feels an increase in sexual desire he may think his testosterone levels are elevated, but that isn’t always the case. Clinical studies on tribulus terrestris show no elevation in testosterone levels in humans. The ingredient simply does not work as claimed.

As for the other ingredients in Tribuloid Testosterone Boost, the company wants the man to believe saw palmetto will inhibit estrogen – but no clinical proof exists to support this claim. Saw palmetto can be used as a diuretic, sedative or an aphrodisiac, but not an estrogen inhibitor. DIM, another ingredient in the estrogen-blocking proprietary blend in Tribuloid Testosterone Boost, is being clinically studied as a possible treatment for conditions associated with HPV, but there is no mention of estrogen blocking side effects.

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Advantages

  • A complete ingredient list for Tribuloid Testosterone Boost is available online.
  • Some ingredients may boost male sex drive.

Disadvantages

  • Saw palmetto may have a diuretic effect.
  • None of the ingredients are proven to boost testosterone or block estrogen.
  • No money-back guarantee or testimonials were found.

Conclusion

Tribuloid Testosterone Boost is just another supplement claiming to boost testosterone based on animal studies. The main ingredient has been tested on humans and testosterone levels remained unaffected. Just because animal studies prove an ingredient works a particular way does not mean the same effects will result when humans take the supplement – as is the case with Tribuloid Testosterone Boost.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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