BioMerch is a testosterone booster in capsule form that the makers say will safely increase testosterone levels. It contains a range of natural ingredients including vitamins and minerals.
If the advertising is to be believed, BioMerch is a supplement that may help improve sexual performance, testosterone and muscle growth; and the ingredients profile looks pretty good.
However, there is no clear information about ingredient quantities and we have been unable to locate any genuine customer feedback.
This supplement appears to have been taken off the market and this combined with the fact that we have no background details, makes BioMerch look a bit dodgy.
Side effects include dizziness, light-headedness, low blood pressure, insomnia, nausea, and vomiting.
Speak to your doctor if you suffer from medical conditions including low blood pressure or prostate problems because BioMerch may make symptoms worse. Ask your doctor if you are taking prescription medication in case of interactions.
BioMerch is expensive, when you can find it. 1 bottle of 90 capsules (1 month’s supply) costs $69.95 a bottle. Discounts and deals were available on larger orders from the BioMerch website.
BioMerch looks OK judging by the named ingredients, but there are numerous issues with this supplement which means that we do not rate BioMerch very highly.
The ingredient quantities are not provided so we have no idea of the strength or effectiveness. Is it strong enough to do anything? Alternatively, will it cause side effects? We just don’t know.
In addition, there is zero background information about the BioMerch company. We cannot tell if this is a reputable company that declares all ingredients, or if this supplement is dangerous and a risk to health. There is no customer feedback either and the fact that BioMerch appears to have been withdrawn from the market, only adds to our concerns.
Overall, we do not recommend BioMerch.
BioMerch is a supplement that is specifically designed for men’s health and may help boost testosterone as well as help promote muscle growth and improve sexual performance.
The supplement contains Creatine, a natural substance found in all living organisms including the liver, which is often taken in powder form by athletes for muscle building.
It contains Nitric Oxide which can widen blood vessels and improve circulation and is sometimes taken to improve erections.
The supplement contains a fruit extract called Tribulus Terrestris. This spiny fruit is often taken as an aphrodisiac and some studies show that it may help male fertility problems. However there are links with Tribulus to prostate conditions, so if you have a prostate problem, this supplement will not be suitable.
BioMerch contains zinc – this natural mineral is known to increase testosterone levels, plus a range of vitamins and minerals that are well known in the support of men’s health and testosterone.
There are no instructions about how to take BioMerch. However serving size is equal to two capsules.
These include Calcium, vitamins B6 and B12, Magnesium and vitamin D 3 –known as the sunshine vitamin because it is synthesised by sunlight.
BioMerch is described as a testosterone booster but it also seems to target the nuts and bolts of physical performance. The downside is that ingredient quantities are not provided so it is hard to evaluate the effectiveness of each one or the supplement as a whole.
We cannot find out much about the background to BioMerch either. The company is impossible to contact and BioMerch only ever seems to have been sold via third party sites and blogs. It is not available from the better known supplement sites such as GNC. It is not on sale via Amazon or eBay.
None of this is very impressive and it is important to remember that the whole world of penis enhancement products and supplements designed to help sexual performance, is not very reputable.
There are scammers out there who use products like these for fraud and there are also numerous supplements on the market, which are just not very good or even potentially dangerous.
According to the various advertising claims, this supplement will cause the following benefits. However, it is important to remember that many of these advantages could be achieved by simply improving your fitness levels.
With such a lack of information about BioMerch, it is impossible to say whether this supplement will work or not.
However if it really does live up to the claims, why has it disappeared without trace? After all why would any company withdraw a successful product that worked from the market?
We are concerned that BioMerch never seemed to be available from any of the major retailers either. It only seemed to be sold from the product website (now taken down) or via small independent blog sites, working as affiliate marketers and driving customers to buy from the official site.
Had this supplement been popular and safe and had worked in the way as described, we suspect it would have still been on sale. The fact that it is not, speaks volumes.
Ingredient quantities are unknown so it is impossible to gauge the strength and safety of this supplement.
Without any information regarding the quantities of each ingredient, it is practically impossible to gauge effects or side effects.
Side effects from the listed ingredients may include:
It is important to remember that sometimes supplements contain additional ingredients not listed on the ingredients list. If you do experience side effects, it is important to seek medical advice immediately.
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Not suitable for women and you should definitely avoid if there is any chance you may be pregnant as Tribulus may cause birth defects.
Avoid if you suffer from prostate problems, have low blood pressure or any other medical condition and speak to your doctor first if you are taking prescription medication. Some of the ingredients may cause interactions.
There are no customer reviews available for BioMerch. Nobody appears to be talking about this supplement.
No money back guarantee is available.
Currently, it seems that you cannot buy BioMerch anywhere. It appears to be off the market and despite extensive searching, we have been unable to locate this supplement. Maybe it will become available in the future but we do not know for sure.
When it was available, it used to cost $69.95 for a month’s supply of 90 capsules.
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