If you are looking to take your weight training to the next level but struggling to get past a plateau to shred fat and build hard, lean muscle, you may be tempted to turn to a testosterone booster. But why should you reach for Hercules Test Booster? Watchdog investigates if this is a good buy.
Hercules Test Booster is manufactured by ApexXx, a small UK based sports supplement business. As relative newcomers, there are just a handful of products on their books including fat burners, nootropics, and workout recovery shakes.
Hercules Test Booster has been designed for males looking to boost Testosterone in search of bigger, harder muscles, and to help them shift stubborn fat. It contains just four herbal ingredients which are popular in other testosterone boosters, but does not provide any pharma level prohormones if that is what you are after.
One bottle provides 180 capsules, which should last around 30 days if you follow the directions. They do not offer a guaranteed refund if this product is not to your liking.
Natural does not always mean safe, and side effects have been reported from taking the ingredients contained within Hercules Test Booster. Common issues after taking testosterone boosters are mood changes, aggression, acne, hair growth, and headache. It may also cause some gastrointestinal distress.
For one bottle it is currently retailing at £21.24 for 180 tablets, reduced from £24.99. This should provide around 30 servings (1-month supply) of ApexXx Hercules Test Booster, which includes free shipping. This is comparable to other testosterone boosters on the market.
Whilst it contains some popular and promising herbal ingredients thought to increase testosterone, there is actually little scientific research to back it up.
It is middle of the range price, but the ingredients are dosed quite low in the formulation, so it may not represent good value for money. It does not contain any pharma ingredients such as DHEA, which might show more reliable results but the herbal ingredients may still produce side effects.
A previous testosterone booster that ApexXx manufactured was forcibly removed from shelves due to fears over safety. If they want to build their reputation they may have been wise to offer a money-back guarantee and a place to research objective reviews of their existing customers on the website.
Overall, we do not recommend ApexXx Hercules Test Booster to our readers.
A testosterone booster that claims to increase your natural testosterone levels using pure, herbal ingredients.
ApexXx says it will increase strength, endurance, output, and boost your metabolism to help shift fat, and increase your sex drive to boot.
ApexXx recommend that you cycle this product for the most effective use but like other prohormones, it is also medically advisable to have a break to mitigate against any damage to the kidneys and other major organs.
Herbal ingredients are rarely scientifically tested and proven, and a couple of the ingredients are known for their very short-term effects, so if you are looking to get long-term results, this may not be the product for you.
Hercules Test Booster is the prohormone offering of ApexXx, who say it will unearth your inner Hercules and make you bigger, stronger and better than those mortals around you.
Taking three pills daily, they say it will get you incomparable results to any other booster on the market. Not only will you see results in your strength and muscle mass, but it will aid your workout recovery, getting you fit and raring to go in the gym sooner than normal.
Amid the bold claims, there are four herbal ingredients which are thought, but not proven, to increase testosterone, libido, and general male virility. They are mainly used for erectile dysfunction and as an aphrodisiac, so do not be surprised if all you get is a boost in the bedroom from taking this.
They could have added a pharmaceutical prohormone to increase efficacy and/or boosted the ingredient quantities in this formulation, as it is quite underdosed in areas.
The following side effects may occur when taking Hercules Test Booster:
This product is manufactured on equipment which processes products containing nuts, milk, gluten, egg, soya and peanuts. Do not exceed the maximum daily intake. Food supplements should not replace a varied diet and healthy lifestyle. Store in a cool dry place out of reach of children. Not suitable for children, pregnant women or people with medical conditions. This product is not intended to diagnose, cure or prevent disease.
As a relatively new kid on the block, there are no online reviews for this product or the company. They have active Facebook and social media pages, so this may be the best place to gauge customer reactions to ApexXx Hercules Test Booster.
There is nowhere on the website to leave feedback, so it is difficult to collect objective opinions before you make a purchase.
It is worth noting that other prohormone products released by ApexXx were recalled from market for containing dangerous substances that they had not disclosed on the label. A number of users registered complications after taking it.
If you are dissatisfied with the product or experience problems, you cannot get a refund from ApexXx, as they only accept unopened products. The terms for return are not at all clear but they say you can write to tell them why you wish to return the product. We would advise doing it soon after your purchase if you change your mind.
The only place you can by ApexXx Hercules Test Booster is from the merchant’s own website currently. For £21.24 you get 180 capsules per bottle, which is around 30 servings if you take 3 a day.
Most of their sales are driven by an aggressive social media campaign.
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