– June 15, 2017
Cheap intro test booster product for the money
SIX STAR TESTOSTERONE BOOSTER REVIEW Disclaimer: I have tried with various results many different testosterone boosting supplements in my day. I received this product to review as a VIP member for Iovate. That being said, I still always provide honest reviews on products, whether I received them free, or purchased them myself. No dishonest reviews here! I also always like to state that each individuals body will react to certain supplements differently than that next, while some things are similar across the board for people as well. Well here it goes! INTRODUCTION: I am not a huge fan of Six Star Products as a whole, but I don’t necessarily dislike their products either. I have tried many different testosterone boosting products in the past, with varied results. I eat right for the most part (while attempted to gauge my macro intake instead of being a calorie watcher) and stay mostly active (5-6 days of activity per week, either in the gym, stretching, running, hiking, sports, etc.) so I would say I don’t fit into the standard technology consultant physical profile :). INGREDIENT PROFILE: Calcium 45 mg: Pretty standard ingredient. Helps build strong bones while also improves muscle movement and for nerves to carry messages from brain to body parts. Rhodiola Extract 386 mg: Rhodiola is used for increasing energy, stamina, strength and mental capacity. It is also used for improving athletic performance, shortening recovery time after long workouts, improving sexual function; for depression; and for heart disorders such as irregular heartbeat and high cholesterol. Ginkgo Biloba Extract 2.7 mg: Increases body production of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) the main source of energy at the cellular level. ATP enhances brain’s ability to convert glucose into energy. Ginkgo may also increase metabolism, regulate neurotransmitters and boost oxygen transport to the brain. Also contains substances that lead to greater blood flow, which could have sexual benefits from said increased blood flow. Boron Citrate 100 mg: Used to enhance the body’s ability to produce and use testosterone. Also beneficial for recovering from exercise, preventing aches and pains, building muscle mass and keeping bones strong. Also linked to improved brain function in some instances by boosting concentration and focus. TASTE/ MIX-ABILITY / DOSING: 10/10 Small caplets that have no taste and easy to ingest. Dosing also pretty easy. Take 2 caplets in the morning, and 2 again in the late afternoon/ before bed. Unless stated, I usually take all my supplements on an empty stomach. Effectiveness: 3/10 (At least for me anyway) This is really hard to judge, at least for me anyway. I have tried numerous testosterone products by many different brands, at various cost, dosing schedules, and different ingredient profiles. This is as close to a “Natural” test booster as you are going to get based on the ingredient profile, so by no means is it close to pro hormones and cycle based testosterone products. I would say for the money, the ingredient profile, the product probably isn’t bad. This one just isn’t for me. After using the whole bottle, and then purchasing another one and playing with the dosing schedule (Upped it to 3 caplets per serving), I still felt like I wasn’t getting the feeling like I would get from more expensive test products. The raging bull, alpha male, never tired feeling. In actuality, it wasn’t until I stacked this product with another MuscleTech product, CLEAR MUSCLE, that I really started getting the full effect, albeit combined with the increased dosage at 3 caplets per serving. I did however on the sexual side, felt like I woke up with more intense “morning wood” and sexual appetite, so that was a plus that came about without the need to increase dosage. That being said, everyone is different. I have read a few other reviews, as I like to get information from other users as well to see if a reaction/feeling/effectiveness thing is maybe just isolated to me and or a few users, but maybe not to the collective. As with many boosters, for the best results, you want to keep your diet in check, stay regularly active and may want to use the product for up to 8 weeks (or 2-3 bottles) before you start seeing or feeling the full effect of the product. Value: 3.5- 4/10 If you are looking for a low-cost, budget intro test product, this you can’t go too wrong here. Various retailer pricing puts this product at prices between $9.97 and $19.99 Side Effects (If Any): I didn’t experience any side-effects. Conclusion: While after trying the product, it isn’t for ME. I state that as for ME because I will repeat this statement EVERYONES BODY REACT DIFFERENTLY TO SUPPLEMENTS IN SOME WAY, SHAPE OR FORM. So while it may not be my favorite product, I have read others having great results from this product. By a cost analysis, this is a good product at a great price. A great way for someone to intro into the supplement world, or looking to start making changes to their body, diet and lifestyle for the better. This would be great for an older user as well as a way to increase testosterone for just a better overall quality of life (after consulting their physician first, which I always recommend before taking a supplement that involves testosterone and or hormone changes). So Six Star gets my seal of approval , just not particularly for use myself. Thank you for reading my review, I appreciate you taking the time to do so! Sending good vibes your way!
– August 14, 2017
39 year old man needs a boost in energy, feel younger, and have a bigger sex drive!
Introduction Like the review title says, I’m 39 and I’m starting to feel myself going down instead of up. Everyone keeps telling me that I need a testosterone boost or shot. The shots were too expensive so I decided to try the pills. The cover of the tub states that it will boost testosterone as soon as 7 days! The question I have is, would this testosterone pill help me? Ingredient Profile The first section the Anticatabolic Complex which consists of Rhodiola Extract at 386 mg and Ginkgo Extract at 2.7 mg. Rhodiola is a perennial flowering plant. It grows naturally in wild Arctic regions of Europe, Asia, and North America. Rhodiola a traditional Chinese medicine herb which is to promote physical/cognitive vitality. It claims to cut fatigue and exhaustion. Rhodiola is also neuroprotective (which affects the nerves) and has been known to help longevity. Ginkgo is a large tree with fan-shaped leaves. Ginkgo is found in Asia and grown in Europe and the United States. Ginko is one of the most used herbs because of it for memory disorders including Alzheimer’s disease. Used for conditions that seem to cut blood flow in the brain, especially in older people. These conditions include memory loss, headache, ringing in the ears, vertigo, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, mood disturbances, and hearing disorders. Some people use it for other problems related to poor blood flow in the body, including leg pain when walking and Raynaud’s syndrome (a painful response to cold, especially in the fingers and toes). The second section is the Free (Active) Testosterone Stimulator which consists of Boron Citrate at 100 mg and Supplying 5mg Of Active Boron. Boron is a dietary mineral which is to increase testosterone when supplemented at doses higher than from food. Boron is found less in the food we consume due to the farmers growing different products that fail to use Boron. After a 10 day test done on subjects that were taking Boron, the scientists compared their subjects blood results to other subjects that were not taking Boron and found out that: free testosterone levels had increased by 28%, free estrogen levels had decreased by -39%, and dihydrotestosterone (DHT) levels rose by 10%. Other than ginkgo, I question the ingredients. As most testosterone or boosters supplements, they usually contain questionable products from Asia. Little to no evidence to prove that these Asian herbs will produce what they claim to. As far as the ginkgo, it seems a good supplement and is easily found in pill form. I am not sure that the ginkgo is going to help with testosterone. There’s good amount of scientific evidence speaking for the health benefits of boron. The ability to increase testosterone levels in healthy human men. That is, why people recommend taking a boron testosterone supplement. A dose range that can increase testosterone levels (without becoming toxic) falls in between 3-25 mg/day. The question here is that this testosterone booster is at 100mg so, is this product becoming toxic? The boron only pills I found online are in the 3-25 mg. Boron is a good product but other options available that can help boost testosterone. Taste/Mixability/Dosing No taste as because of a pill. Instructions say to take 4 pills a day (2 in the morning and 2 at night). The tubs come with 30 servings (a serving was 2 pills) so it would last 15 days. Effectiveness This is the problem part. At no time did I feel that the testosterone booster helped. I know that it takes a while for testosterone to change and despite what the logo says on the tub (as quick as 7 days to feel the boost) I tried it for a while. I was actively taking it as prescribed and I tried it for 2 months. After 2 months of taking it, I decided to stop because nothing was working. I have tried some different testosterone boosters since trying this one and most of them have at least given me a boost (not for sure if that was due to the caffeine in it or not). The only thing for me to try to help is trying the shot. I would not recommend this to have effectiveness. Value The cost was $10 per tub and one tub would get you 15 days so you would spend $20 for a month supply. Testosterone pills or shots can get high (some I have found start at $100 for a month supply or shot). So, for the cost, cheap but if ineffective, a waste of money. Side Effects No side effects noticed. Conclusion I have recently had blood work done and the testosterone level is in the middle range of having enough and getting lower. I do feel that I need to have a boost in testosterone to keep my goals. Multiple micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) that give to testosterone synthesis, such as vitamins A, C, D, K2, zinc, magnesium, iodine, calcium, etcThese items are not found in the Six Star Testosterone Booster. The Six Star Testosterone Booster only has 1 ingredient (Boron) that seems to help with Testosterone Boost. The problem with the Boron in Six Star Testosterone is that is at such a high level, hurting more than helping. Boron is a proven product to help with testosterone increase, but a lot more options to help. The research I have seen a list of 5-10 ingredients that can help with testosterone boost but Six Star Testorenoe Boost only has one. A person can have a testosterone boost without “feeling” the boost. I would not recommend Six Star Testorenoe boost because I did not feel that it helping, especially with feeling younger, more energy, and sex drive. Find a testosterone boost that has more nutrients and more testosterone ingredients.
– January 29, 2018
Libido and energy increases
I previously was using High T Black as a booster and saw mixed results. The price consistently increased so I decided to give this a try since it was considerably cheaper. I honestly can say that I didn’t notice a drop off. My energy had a nice increase and libido was kicked into gear.
Rhodiola extract, Ginko Extract, and Boron Citrate
Pill form so no mixing or taste. Take 2 pills in the morning and 2 in the evening. Its pretty simple. 60 pills per container so only half a months worth of product.
As I said in my intro my energy increased and it was noticeable through the day. It really was noticeable in the bedroom and more than likely pleased my wife as much as me.
You can beat this price. I picked up a bottle of 60 for under $10 on Amazon. This is what really separates it from the rest. I think that the price really makes it worth while to give it it a try to see if it works for you. I was pleased that it did and will be my go to product for a test booster.
Nothing that i can see. I didn’t have the mood swings I felt when I was on HIGH T. No problems with acne or anything. I noticed a member review stated something about water retention. Now I have notice a little mid section retention but for me I can’t really pin point if it is the products fault or my diet right now. Maybe when I cycle off of it I can update any changes I see.
The bottom line is you can not really beat this product for the price point. It is cheap but effective and that is what is important. So much so that I am actually in the process of checking out some more Six Star products. I have some Six Star Creatine and their Pre Workout en-route. The reviews are usually unkind to Six Star but after this product I have to see for myself.
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