Below we take an in-depth look at Iron Labs Test Xtreme, to see whether this popular testosterone supplement can deliver muscle-building results for all types of customers.
Iron Labs Test Xtreme is a supplement that claims to help customers maintain “normal” testosterone and muscle output levels. This British-made product contains a simple mixture of D-Aspartic Acid, Zinc, and a handful of other vitamins, minerals, and herbs, and has become a relatively popular choice on Amazon UK as of 2018.
Iron Labs Test Xtreme uses relatively high doses of several vitamins and minerals, which can cause a range of side effects including vomiting, loss of appetite, headaches, tingling, sleepiness, and more. These effects are particularly prone to take place over the long-term.
D-Aspartic acid can sometimes cause stomach aches and sweating, and fenugreek has occasionally been linked with stomach upset, bloating, nasal congestion, and more.
Iron Labs Test Xtreme is relatively cheap when compared to other testosterone products, costing just £16.87 for a month’s supply on Amazon UK. Customers looking for further discounts can also sign up for a subscription service that can bring the cost down to £15.99 per month.
Iron Labs Nutrition makes very few claims about Test Xtreme, simply stating that their product will help customers to maintain “normal” testosterone levels and muscle growth. We have to commend the company for its honesty, but eagle-eyed readers will note that this claim simply admits that the product doesn’t do much of anything for the vast majority of buyers.
If customers are currently suffering from extremely low levels of testosterone, this product will help to bring up levels back to what is considered to be normal. For everyone else, the product will have little to no effect. It’s as simple as that!
One troubling aspect of this product is the number of fake reviews that have been posted to support it on Amazon – one review-checking website estimates that over 70% of the reviews posted have been faked by the company! Frustratingly, this tactic appears to have worked, helping Test Xtreme to race up the Amazon sales charts in recent months.
Overall, this product may be cheap and cheerful, but this is simply because it is mainly under-dosed and extremely weak. Serious bodybuilders and athletes should look elsewhere.
We do not recommend Iron Labs Test Xtreme to our readers.
Iron Labs Test Xtreme is a testosterone supplement that provides customers with a source of D-Aspartic Acid and Zinc. This British-made product has been racing up the Amazon sales charts as of early 2018, and appears to be a popular choice with UK customers looking to boost their strength output in gym or sports sessions.
Test Xtreme is manufactured by Iron Labs Nutrition, a British supplement supplier that has been operating since 2009. The company claims to use one GMP-certified facility to manufacture all of its products, and has been in partnership with an international distributor since 2013 (in order to market and sell their products worldwide). Despite impressive reach and a seemingly good reputation, we have noticed that Iron Labs Nutrition seem to engage in positive review fakery on their Amazon sale pages, which has the effect of making their products seem more popular than they really are. The company can be contacted via the details supplied on their official website.
The directions for use are as follows:
Take (4) capsules upon waking with a glass of water and a small meal and/or protein shake.
On Test Xtreme’s Amazon sales page, Iron Labs seem careful not to make too many promises. Unlike other testosterone supplements, this formulation does not claim to boost or increase levels, but rather limits itself to simply helping customers maintain normal testosterone levels.
In very precise language, the product is described as providing “testosterone support for men”. In combination, the ingredients supposedly “support normal serum testosterone levels” and “contribute to normal muscle function”. The company also claims that the vitamin and mineral mix included amongst the ingredients provides a “wide range of nutrients from the best sources”, which “enhances vitamin and mineral intake”.
Iron Labs Test Xtreme makes very few promises and delivers on its highly limited claims. If customers suffer with infertility, erectile dysfunction, or low testosterone, this herbal remedy could help return their bodies to what could be considered a normal level. This could then help return muscular performance and power output to what would be considered a normal level as well. However, it must be said that the majority of customers are drawn to products like these because they believe that they can boost testosterone levels beyond the normal range, an ability which Test Xtreme does not possess.
It must also be said that the majority of reviews posted to the Amazon page that are not faked are negative, perhaps suggesting that Test Xtreme is not even suitable for helping customers maintain normal testosterone levels.
The ingredients used in Iron Labs Test Xtreme are listed below. The ingredient quantities listed are correct for 4 capsules.
Iron Labs Test Xtreme contains huge doses of certain vitamins and minerals – although these ingredients are not often harmful, such massive quantities can cause issues over time. Long-term high doses of Vitamin B6 have been linked with brain and nerve problems, and can also cause vomiting, loss of appetite, headaches, tingling, and sleepiness. Large doses of Vitamin B5 can also cause diarrhoea. In some people, zinc might cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, a metallic taste, kidney and stomach damage, and other side effects.
Folic acid is also thought to be somewhat unsafe at the highest doses, potentially increasing the risk of heart attack or certain types of cancers. If this product is taken daily over the long-term, the high folic acid content could begin to cause stomach/intestinal issues, rashes, sleep disorders, cognitive/psychological issues, or even seizures. Overconsumption of Vitamin D can also lead to weakness, fatigue, headaches, loss of appetite, dry mouth, vomiting, nausea, a metallic taste in the mouth, and too much calcium in the bloodstream.
D-Aspartic acid has been associated with stomach aches and sweating. Fenugreek is known to lower blood sugar levels, making it unsuitable for diabetics. Side effects of Fenugreek include diarrhoea, stomach upset, bloating, gas, and a “maple syrup” odour in the urine. It can also cause nasal congestion, coughing, wheezing, facial swelling, and severe allergic reactions in hypersensitive people.
Do not exceed recommended dose. Food supplements must not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Not recommended for use by pregnant or lactating women. If you are taking any medications, are under medical supervision, have an existing medical condition or symptoms of illness, consult your doctor before use. Using this supplement at the same time as other food supplements may result in excessive nutrient dosages, consult a qualified professional if you are unsure. Discontinue use and contact a doctor immediately if any adverse reactions occur. Not intended for use by persons under the age of 18. Do not use if seal is broken or missing. This product is a food supplement and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any medical condition, illness, or disease.
At first glance, the feedback on the Iron Labs Test Xtreme Amazon page is extremely positive, suggesting that this product is well-liked by customers. However, we checked this suspicious-looking review section on the review-checking website FakeSpot, and found that the vast majority of positive reviews posted to the page are fake – more than 70% of them in fact! After removing the fake reviews from the equation, Test Xtreme is revealed to be a fairly unpopular product that most customers had negative experiences with.
Absolute rubbish, read the real reviews into this product. Wish I had before buying.
Couldn’t sleep for days thought my body will get use to it, after a week noticed have blood eyes. Stopped taking it. Never took testosterone before maybe it’s just my body.
Not sure can’t see any changes
I was a bit sceptical at first but upon using this product i felt more energetic in my daily routine and also my workouts…it’s working for me is all I can say I’m on my 3rd order at the moment and will be ordering more
I have used this for a few weeks now and can feel a bit more oomph in the gym plus I also seen some gains…not changed plan just added these to it, mind you I take 2 before and after…4 can be a bit much for little old me!
The money back guarantee offered by Iron Labs Nutrition is not detailed on their official website, and the only page discussing the money back guarantee gives the impression that customers have to “apply” to receive a refund. In this process, customers are expected to justify the reasons why the product didn’t work and to satisfy the company’s requirements in order to get their money back.
However, the Amazon sales page tells a different story, claiming that customers can return any purchase after 14 days for a full refund (including postage costs). We would recommend contacting Iron Labs Nutrition before purchasing, in order to establish what your money back guarantee rights actually are.
Iron Labs Test Xtreme is available to buy on Amazon. A 120-capsule pack containing a month’s supply of Test Xtreme costs £16.83, with discounts available for customers choosing to sign up for subscription services.
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