Review

Hunter Test

Hunter Test

4.1 out of 5
Hunter Test

Hunter Burn is a real rarity – a product that actually lives up to the hype. There’s a lot of claims attached to it, but it seems to fulfil every one of them. The ingredients are spot on for boosting testosterone, so you can expect improvements to your general health, mental focus, and mood, as well as a substantial increase in muscle growth and performance. There’s even a money-back guarantee, so you can get a full refund if you don’t like it for any reason – although there’s really no reason not to.

  • Effectiveness
  • Safety
  • Price / Guarantee

Pros

  • Boosts testosterone as claimed
  • Ingredients all in optimum amounts
  • Has a good money-back guarantee

Cons

  • Costs a little more than other supplements
No comments Page updated May 14, 2019.
First published May 9, 2019.
Hunter Test promises more than just enhanced strength and better fitness, it also claims it will raise your confidence and transform your life.

Can a testosterone-boosting supplement really do all of this and more? We find out.

Hunter Test Overview

What you need to know about Hunter Test

Hunter Test is a really decent supplement that will work as described by increasing testosterone levels in men. Because testosterone is closely linked to a man’s overall health, a boost in T levels will have an impact on more than just strength and fitness. Expect to see improvements in confidence, motivation, mood, and focus too.

We really like that Hunter Test has a full money-back guarantee that is valid for 90 days, so you can buy in confidence and get a refund if you aren’t satisfied for any reason.

What are the side effects of Hunter Test?

Hunter Test looks to be safe for most men to take. Potential side effects are not that common and are likely to be minor.

How much does Hunter Test cost?

Hunter Test is fairly expensive, but as it’s a quality supplement you will be getting your money’s worth.

A one month supply of 180 capsules costs £55.00. Two bottles (two-month supply) costs £110.00 and includes free UK and free US delivery. Four bottles (four-month supply) costs £165.00. This includes one free bottle and free UK and US delivery. Equivalent prices are provided in USD, AUSD and Euros.

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Hunter Test Key Features

After the age of 30, men’s testosterone levels begin to decrease and although this can be a normal part of getting older, testosterone levels also affected by diet and lifestyle. Testosterone is closely linked to a man’s health; as T levels decrease so does energy and verve, so many men get caught in a cycle where they are not performing well yet lack the energy and motivation to do anything about it. Hunter Test aims to counteract these effects by raising testosterone levels.

Hunter Test Key Points

  • Part of the Hunter range of supplements for men
  • Manufactured in the UK and the USA
  • Comes with a money-back guarantee

Hunter Test contains nine ingredients for improving testosterone levels. Zinc is one the major ones, this is necessary for the formation of testosterone. There is indole-3-carbinol, a substance derived from broccoli and other green vegetables, which may have numerous health benefits. Herbal ingredients Asian ginseng and ashwaganda both help prevent stress, with ashwaganda also known for its ability to raise testosterone levels.

For a full look at the ingredients and what they do, please check out the ingredients section below.

How to Take Hunter Test

Take six capsules a day – two capsules per serving, three times a day.

To remove any confusion or apprehension, we should point out that Hunter Test is not a steroid crammed with synthetic testosterone in order to boost performance or muscle building. Instead, it contains natural ingredients that enhance your own natural production of testosterone. There is nothing dangerous about this; it’s no different than supplementing with creatine, for example.

Hunter Test Concerns:

  • No independent customer feedback currently available

Hunter is a supplements company aimed at men. There are three supplements in the range, all designed around male health issues. We covered Hunter Burn, a fat burner in a previous review. We were impressed by that supplement too, although we felt that it could be equally effective for women as well as men. However, as a testosterone booster, Hunter Test is suitable for men only.

What does Hunter Test claim to do?

The website gives the following explanation:

Hunter Test is a premium supplement that will reverse testosterone decline and reignite your masculinity.

The impact of low testosterone is then explained,

As your testosterone levels drop, so does your energy and confidence, leaving you feeling flat, irritable and stressed. Low testosterone can also sink your mood, slow down performance and spoil the way you look, causing wider problems in your personal life.

Does Hunter Test work?

Yes, we think Hunter Test will work very well. All of the ingredient have plenty of clinical evidence supporting their ability to increase testosterone levels.

Indole-3-carbinol naturally prevents excess testosterone from converting to oestrogen in the body, causing fat gain and fatigue. Zinc, Vitamin D3 and Magnesium are proven to increase testosterone levels, and although these vitamins and minerals are crucial for health, many men are deficient in them.

In addition, the plant-based ingredients ashwagandha and Panax ginseng are included to reduce stress – a contributor of low testosterone. Panax ginseng can also increase luteinizing hormone – the precursor of testosterone production.

Testosterone is closely linked to men’s fitness levels and wellbeing but levels naturally decrease with age, leading to issues with diet, lack of sleep, inactivity and stress – leading to a further reduction in testosterone and potential obesity, fatigue, and loss of sex drive.

Low testosterone can be reversed with a change of diet and lifestyle, but supplementing with Hunter Test is a good way to maximise your efforts.

Hunter Test Ingredients

Serving size is equal to six capsules that you take over the course of the day.

  • Vitamin D3 (as Cholecalciferol) (5000IU): This is the equivalent of 1250% of daily value. Vitamin D is a vitamin made through your skin by sunlight. It cannot be stored and many people do not obtain enough – especially if they work indoors or live in a cold climate. Vitamin D is associated with the production of testosterone. According to one study, men who took a dose of 3332 IU of D3 over one year saw their testosterone levels rise by 20%.
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  • Vitamin K2 (as Menaquinone 7) (150mcg): Equivalent of 188% of daily value. Vitamin K2 is not very well known in the Western diet – it is only present in fermented foods, such as Kimchi, and also in animal fodder such as silage – fermented grass used as cattle winter feed. It is an important part of blood clotting, bone health and heart health. Discovered by German scientists in 1929, it was later identified as providing protection against tooth decay and chronic disease.
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  • Magnesium (as Magnesium Aspartate) (200mg): 50% of daily value. Magnesium is an important mineral present in foods such as green leafy vegetables and nuts. Low magnesium is a common issue for men and leads to reduced testosterone. Taking magnesium in supplement form increases testosterone if levels are low.
    Source
  • Zinc (as Zinc Aspartate) (30mg): The equivalent of 200% of daily value. Although zinc is essential for health, many people do not get enough zinc in their diet, with an estimated 17% of the population zinc deficient. Zinc is present in vegetables, nuts and in shellfish – especially oysters, known as a natural aphrodisiac (because they increase testosterone). Zinc is used by the brain to create luteinizing hormone – the precursor for the production of testosterone. It is crucial for healthy testosterone levels but sadly lacking in the average western diet.
  • D-Aspartic Acid (3000mg): DAA is a form of the amino acid aspartic acid. Research indicates that it raises luteinizing hormone, stimulating the production of testosterone. DAA may be effective for temporarily increasing testosterone with levels returning to normal after around a week. It has a mild stimulatory effect as well. The usual serving size is between 2000–3000mg, which is reflected in this supplement.
  • Asian Ginseng (Panax ginseng root) (Standardized to 5% Ginsenosides) (300mg): Stress is a cause of decreased testosterone levels. Panax ginseng is an adaptogen, which means it helps the body deal with stress, and improves mood and feelings of wellbeing. Research suggests it also increases luteinizing hormone.
  • Ashwagandha Extract (Withania somnifera root) (Standardized to 1.5% Withanolides) (100mg): Ashwagandha contains chemicals that may help reduce anxiety, improve sleep, reduce cholesterol and increase testosterone. One study concluded that “Ashwagandha supplementation is associated with significant increases in muscle mass and strength and suggests that Ashwagandha supplementation may be useful in conjunction with a resistance training program”.
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  • Indole-3-Carbinol (200mg): Compound found in brassica veg (cabbage related) with many health benefits. I3C is also helpful for testosterone production. The latest research shows I3C to be a powerful estrogen blocker. This stops the body from turning excess testosterone into the female hormone, which in turn lowers fatigue and prevents fat build-up.
  • Boron (as boron amino acid chelate) (10mg): Boron is present in foods such as raisins, almonds, hazelnuts and dried apricots – although you’d have to eat a lot of these foods every day to boost testosterone. A study shows that men who took 10mg of Boron for one week saw their testosterone rise by 28%. Meanwhile, their estrogen levels fell by 39%.
    Source

Hunter Test Side Effects

Hunter Test looks to be safe for most men. Potential side effects are not that common and are likely to be minor.
Panax Ginseng may cause:

  • Insomnia
  • Changes to blood sugar levels

Ashwagandha may cause:

  • Stomach upsets
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhoea

Some people who have taken D-Aspartic Acid have reported:

  • Headaches
  • Irritability
  • Nervousness
Caution:

Not suitable for individuals under 18. Women who are pregnant or breast feeding should not take it. Check with your doctor before use if you have an underlying medical condition or are taking prescription medication.

Hunter Test Customer Feedback

Hunter Test is only on sale from the official website and there is no platform for customers to leave feedback. However, there are some customer testimonials used as part of the advertising. For example,

I’ve been using Hunter Test for 2 months now and I’m feeling really great. I can work out for longer and I’ve gained muscle. Great for the bedroom too.

Hunter Test Money-Back Guarantee

There is a 100% money-back guarantee on offer. It you aren’t satisfied, you get a full refund. The guarantee is valid for 90 days.

Where To Buy Hunter Test

You can only buy Hunter Test from the official website.

Watchdog Verdict

We are very impressed by Hunter Test. It contains proven ingredients in the optimum serving sizes as shown in clinical testing. In our opinion, it is one of the best testosterone boosters we have seen.

There are plenty of so-called testosterone boosters on the market that are sadly notorious for containing weird novelty ingredients that don’t work, but Hunter Test stands out above any of these. The ingredients in Hunter Test are all solid and proven to work; they’re all in the correct dosage too.

Increasing your testosterone is achievable by a combination of diet and lifestyle changes, but Hunter Test makes this process easier by equipping your body with the nutrients it may lack.

It’s a good choice for men of any age and fitness level too. Younger guys and athletes can expect to see improvements in their fitness and muscle growth, and older men will benefit from the general raise in testosterone and all of the general boosts to health that come along with it.

Added benefits include a money-back guarantee and free worldwide shipping on purchases of two or more bottles. Lots to love about Hunter Burn.


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