Below, we take an in-depth look at HGH Testosterone 1500 and examine whether it boosts testosterone and improves virility as claimed.
HGH Testosterone 1500 is marketed as an ‘Advanced Brain Formula that can help you enhance focus, boost intelligence and increase your productivity’.
The manufacturers of HGH Testosterone 1500 offer a range of supplement products on their website. Many of these products attract good reviews and consumers are protected by a 90-day money-back guarantee for unopened/opened packages. That being said, consumers should expect to pay extraordinarily high prices for the privilege of taking HGH products, with many costing hundreds of dollars or more. For products that are (by their nature) untested and possibly ineffective, high prices like these are a cause for concern.
HGH Testosterone 1500 seems to be relatively free from side effects, attracting no complaints in customer reviews.
The inclusion of calcium in supplements has occasionally been linked with the onset of constipation, gas, and burping, although these and other more serious effects are unlikely. The product also contains Gingko Biloba, which could interact with other medication and cause a range of side effects (consult your doctor before purchase to see if this would affect you).
The real source of side effects is found within the intended effect of testosterone itself. Increased testosterone levels can include an increase in aggression and mood swings, an increase in sex drive, and increased body hair. Very high testosterone levels can lead to a drop in sperm count or problems with periods. This product is not suitable for use by women.
Each bottle of HGH Testosterone 1500 contains 120 capsules; as the daily dosage is 4 pills, each bottle will provide a 30 day supply. This makes the supplement very expensive, particularly when shipping costs are factored in.
A month’s supply of HGH Testosterone 1500 (which is presumed to be a single bottle of 120 capsules if taken properly) costs $85 plus shipping charges (a total of $92.14). A 3 month supply of HGH Testosterone 1500 costs $170 ($190.34 with shipping).
A 6 month and 12 month supply cost $260 and $520 respectively. Shipping is free on all orders over $250 and HGH offers promo codes and special offers that reduce all orders over $250 by $50.
A cursory glance at the ingredients suggests that the supplement will likely work as advertised to boost the consumer’s libido. The supplement contains calcium carbonate and calcium citrate, which are often linked with an increase in free testosterone in the body. Many of the ingredients in the proprietary formula are thought to improve sexual libido and performance, although the lack of ingredient quantities and the unproven nature of certain ingredients means this may be hard to prove. Overall though, positive reviews and the inclusion of certain effective ingredients suggest that the supplement does work broadly as advertised, and with relatively few major side effects.
HGH appear on the surface to be professional and reputable, offering a 90 day money-back guarantee that includes unopened or even empty bottles. The company also regularly responds to customer queries on the product pages and website forums. However, we did find some negative comments about the way the company deals with out of stock products- customers were not told when the product would be back in stock or delivered to them, leaving them in a state of limbo, debating whether they should wait an unspecified time for the product to be delivered, or get a refund.
Unfortunately, the cost of this particular supplement is very high, especially when factoring in the high cost of shipping. Customers shouldn’t expect significant discounts unless they plan to bulk buy, and spend more than $250 in the process, which will be a major deterrent to many. Customers should also note that the number of product reviews for this supplement is relatively low and are found almost entirely on the manufacturer’s website. More independent feedback on this company and their products would be useful for those judging whether to pay such a high premium for this supplement. Even if the product is effective, we still feel that it overpriced.
Largely due to the high cost of HGH Testosterone 1500, we do not recommend it to our readers.
HGH Testosterone 1500 is a testosterone-boosting supplement that is available exclusively from the manufacturer’s website. The manufacturer states that HGH Testosterone 1500 targets muscle growth, sexual libido, and the harmful effects of aging.
HGH Testosterone 1500 is sold on HGH.com. HGH appears to be owned by a company called Purity Select, who are based in New Jersey, USA.
Despite claims that the company is 18 years old, the HGH website appears to have been created in 2008. It sells a range of supplements, including bodybuilding aids, weight loss supplements, and sexual health supplements. Reviews of the company seem to be good to mixed; many customers have high praise for the fact that HGH’s products work as advertised, but some others have complained of late deliveries and little information provided to the customer.
Directions for use are as follows: Take 4 capsules daily. For best results, proper diet and exercise are recommended. Do not exceed recommended dose.
Importantly, HGH offer a 90 day money-back guarantee on all products, including unopened or even empty packages. The company also regularly makes themselves available to customers, responding to queries on the product pages and website forums. The company can be contacted using the information provided on the contact us page of their official website, HGH.com.
The cost of HGH’s products (including HGH Testosterone 1500 is very high, especially when factoring in the high cost of shipping. Customers shouldn’t expect serious discounts unless they plan to spend more than $250, which will be a major deterrent to many. The company offers 6 month membership plans for committed customers to find discounts and regular shipments of supplements, but these plans are often dizzyingly expensive; HGH’s platinum membership will set you back a whopping $1300!
As a testosterone-boosting product, HGH Testosterone 1500 claims to target many of the areas you might expect, including sexual libido, muscle development and the harmful effects of aging on either of these areas. The website lists the following areas that their product can be used for:
On their website, HGH also claim that their Testosterone 1500 product can help to:
Without knowing the ingredient quantities used in the proprietary formula, it is difficult to establish how effective this supplement is at boosting testosterone levels. If the ingredient quantities are too small, then the product will be ineffective, but if the doses are too high, then side effects are much more likely to occur, which would deter most consumers from continuing on with the product.
The inclusion of calcium carbonate and calcium citrate is relatively common in testosterone supplements because it is thought to be linked with increased free testosterone in the body. Zinc may also boost testosterone in a more limited way for those who are zinc-deficient.
Most or all of the ingredients in the proprietary formula are more explicitly linked to sexual performance than testosterone boosting. Some are unlikely to have any effect on testosterone levels or sexual performance (including Gingko, Chrysin, Tribulus Terrestrius, and Nettle leaves).
If the ingredients are used in sufficient quantities and untested ingredients work as they are presumed to, then HGH Testosterone 1500 could help to boost sexual performance and treat erectile dysfunction issues, as well as potentially boost testosterone levels.
The ingredients used in HGH Testosterone 1500 are listed below. The manufacturers only provide ingredient quantities for some of the ingredients, with the rest listed as a “proprietary blend”. As always, a lack of information on the quantities of individual ingredients included make it difficult to estimate the effectiveness of their inclusion.
Proprietary Blend 2727mg:
There are a couple of ingredients used in HGH Testosterone 1500 that may cause side effects in some users, although many of these seem to be minor.
Calcium supplements have occasionally been linked with the onset of constipation, gas, and burping, although these and other more serious effects are unlikely.Zinc supplements are generally safe and free from side effects, although there is some concern that taking doses higher than 40 mg daily might decrease how much copper the body absorbs (following the directions for HGH Testosterone 1500 would involve consuming more than 40mg daily). Decreased copper absorption may cause anemia.
Gingko Biloba interacts with many medicines, and so could cause a range of adverse side effects, depending upon the medications the consumer is using. Consult your doctor if you are unsure about the suitability of this product.
Nettle is a diuretic, and so could increase urination, and could cause dehydration. Severe dehydration causes other, more serious and unpleasant side effects, and so consumers should ensure that they are drinking plenty of water throughout the day whilst taking this product.
Side effects of increased testosterone levels can include changes in temperament such as an increase in aggression and mood swings, an increase in sex drive, and increased body hair. Very high testosterone levels can lead to a drop in sperm count or problems with periods.
This product is not intended to be used by women. Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Not suitable for anyone under the age of 18. Consult with a physician before purchase if you have a serious medical condition or use any medications, whether prescription or over the counter. A Doctor’s advice should be sought before using this and any supplemental dietary product.
There are a few independent reviews for HGH Testosterone 1500 on the HGH website, located amongst questions and answers between customers and HGH customer service agents. However, the majority of this feedback is not very detailed.
This is exactly what I’ve been looking for, thank you!
This is an excellent product – Added energy, added sexual endurance, this product is definitely as advertised and for the money is a steal!
I took this testosterone tablets and boy ! my thing was always hard and it supercharged me. even I could not believe what I was doing to girls in bed. my powers are so great that word about me has gone around and girls are booking time with me now. I am addicted to this testosterone tablets now. Long live the Rod!
HGH offer a full refund for all products that are returned within 90 days, whether opened or unopened.According to the official website:
Send back any unused or used / empty bottle to us if you are not satisfied and we will credit your account for the purchase minus shipping and handling. This gives you the opportunity to try our products for 30 – 90 days risk free! If for any reason that you are not totally satisfied with the results, we will accept your return with a refund.
Consumers can purchase HGH Testosterone 1500 from HGH’s official website. It doesn’t appear to be available anywhere else.
A month’s supply of HGH Testosterone 1500 (which is presumed to be a single bottle of 120 capsules if taken properly) costs $85 plus shipping charges (a total of $92.14).
A 3 month supply of HGH Testosterone 1500 costs $170 ($190.34 with shipping). A 6 month supply costs $260 and a 12 month supply costs $520. Shipping is free on all orders over $250 and HGH offers promo codes and special offers that reduce all order over $250 by $50.
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