Nutrition Labz is a US based supplements company that sells exclusively via the company website, but also advertises on social media such as Facebook and Instagram. Much of the supplement range is aimed at bodybuilders and men – including this one.
Nutrition Labs Testicle is a testosterone booster and although this type of supplement can be popular with users, this one certainly is not! Nobody is talking about Testicle, nobody appears to have ever even bought it, and the fact that Nutrition Labz has hidden the ingredients information from customers is a real concern. We would be extremely cautious about taking a blend of unknown ingredients, because there could be numerous safety issues. Alternatively, it could have no effect whatsoever.
We would love to hear from any Watchdog readers who have taken Nutrition Labz Testicle, or have any information about what this memorably named supplement actually contains. So if this is you, please get in touch with us by email. All information will be received in the strictest confidence, but it will enable us to improve our review and help the Watchdog readers.
Testosterone boosters are known for causing side effects. These may include; vomiting and nausea, constipation or diarrhoea, insomnia, headaches, mood changes, increased heart rate, changes to blood pressure, stomach pains, changes to hormone levels, prostate issues.
Testicle is expensive and is only available direct from the Nutrition Labz website where one bottle of 120 capsules costs $49.99.
Prices are provided in most currencies including GBP at £35.73, EUR €40.83 and AUSD at $65.12.
Shipping prices are calculated at the point of sale, and the payment method is solely via PayPal.
Nutrition Labz Testicle is a shockingly bad supplement in that it provides nothing at all to help the customer. The product information lacks the most basic information such as what is in it or even how to take it. Each bottle contains 120 capsules but whether this is for a month’s supply or longer is anybody’s guess, and without any customer feedback or guarantee, you really will be on your own when you take this supplement.
Testosterone boosters can be relatively safe and some may be effective, but this whole area is known for being dodgy and dangerous so you do need to know exactly what you are taking in case things go wrong.
We said at the beginning of this review that Testicle looked like a load of b***cks, and have found nothing out about this supplement that has made us revise our opinion. We do not recommend Nutrition Labz Testicle to the Watchdog readers.
Testicle is marketed as a testosterone booster which aims to boost your sex drive. According to the very brief product information it is safe for men over 30 years old and composed of herbal ingredients.
As men age so testosterone levels decrease naturally. Men tend to hit their peak levels in late teens and twenties with T levels declining by 1% each year after the age of 30. This is no bad thing. The world would not be a great place if half the population were running around with the sex drive and aggression of a horny teenager, but in truth testosterone levels vary from person to person and so called “normal levels” can be anything from anything from 270 to 1070 ng/dL (nanograms per decilitre). Source
Low testosterone can cause a range of symptoms including, weight gain, loss of interest in sex, and depression, however these symptoms can be caused by other factors and in many cases testosterone levels and general fitness are linked.
Nobody really knows if it is lifestyle that causes these effects which lead to low testosterone, or if it is low testosterone which is the cause. It’s a chicken and egg situation, but the easiest way to find out if you have low testosterone is to take a simple blood test.
Whatever the reason, many men do feel their manliness may be lacking so do look to supplements in order to recapture some of their old mojo.
The Testicle product information does not give much away. There is no ingredients list or any clues about how this supplement will help you, and we only have the word of Nutrition Labz that it is safe.
Herbal ingredients can be dangerous, so if you are considering taking Testicle you will need to be careful. The label is marked that the supplement is manufactured by Olympus Labs, but we cannot find out any background to this company.
Nutrition Labz sell three testosterone boosters in their range, including this one. These are Test Fire, which contains one ingredient called Humanofort, a patented Romanian supplement, and another product called Alpha T2 which, like Testicle, has no ingredients information at all.
The complete product advertising is as follows;
All this sounds good of course. And maybe this supplement really will work as described, but the trouble is that without any product information you do have to take these claims on trust. In addition, if this supplement is really so powerful that it can cause these effects, it seems likely that side effects may also be an issue for some users.
Suspiciously, the product advertising does not include even a picture of the ingredients list on the label.
Who knows what it will do!
Despite extensive searching, we have been unable to find anyone who has even heard of this supplement let alone taken it. And without any clues regarding the ingredients list, it is impossible to say just what this will do.
It is extremely important to know what you are taking, especially when you buy supplements online. Otherwise you could find that it is just a waste of money or even worse cause serious adverse side effects. People have died taken supplements bought online and it is important to remember that just because something is openly on sale does not mean it is safe. The supplements industry is not regulated and in general the FDA will not ban a supplement or ingredient until a few people have died from taking it.
There is absolutely no information about the Testicle ingredients profile, or how and when you should take this supplement. However, it is likely to contain many of the usual suspects that show up in most testosterone boosting supplements and as we have managed to see the first letter of each of the ingredients, this supplement likely contains the following components.
So called testosterone boosters often cause side effects. After all if a supplement is powerful enough to increase hormone levels, it will affect the body in other ways too.
Potential side effects may include;
This supplement is aimed only at men over 30 so younger individuals and women should not take this supplement. Cease use if you experience side effects and speak to your doctor before use especially if you have an underlying medical condition or are taking prescription medication.
There are no customer reviews for Nutrition Labz Testicle.
There is no money-back guarantee on offer with Nutrition Labz Testicle.
Testicle is only on sale from the Nutrition Labz website.
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