TestRX

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TestRX is a supplement that promises to boost your testosterone and so crank up your sex drive, build rock hard muscles and make you more attractive to women. TestRX has been around for a while but has been revamped with a new formula making this supplement look more effective and safer than it did previously.
We take an in depth look at TestRX to find out more.

TestRX comes from Leading Edge Health, a US company that specialises in anti aging and sexual health supplements. All Leading Edge products are made in the USA and comply with CGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practice) so you can be confident that TestRX should be relatively safe to take. The down side is that there is no independent feedback for this supplement and there are some customer complaints about this company.

TestRX Pros

  • Supplement looks safe – should not cause side effects
  • Ingredients have undergone some clinical testing
  • Comes with a 67-day guarantee

TestRX Cons

  • No independent customer feedback but some customer complaints about the company
  • Only available via the official website – not on sale from the shops or stores
  • Ingredients require further clinical testing
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What You Need To Know About TestRX

Test RX is a testosterone booster, which means that it will help your body safely manufacture more testosterone. This supplement is not the same as Anabolic steroids or any other type of illegal formula and is not going to get you banned from competition for illegal doping.

TestRX is a new formula of an earlier supplement also called TestRX so if you research online, it is important you choose the correct product. The current version of TestRX contains ZMA and Fenugreek. The old version contained Ashtanga, Tongat Ali and cabbage seed extract.

ZMA is a combination of zinc, magnesium and D Aspartic Acid, which many athletes and bodybuilders are using to increase testosterone.

It is hard to tell the two supplements apart as they both carry the same name and are in an identical box. However, the current version of TestRX comes in packs of 120 capsules whereas the old version was packaged in boxes of 60.

What Are The Side Effects Of TestRX?

Side effects include bloating, gas, abdominal discomfort, upset stomach, diarrhoea, and lowered blood sugar levels.

How Much Does TestRX Cost?

TestRX is expensive. One container of 120 capsules (1 months supply) costs $69.95.
You get a slight discount if you buy in larger quantities from the website.

Our Verdict On TestRX

TestRX looks ok but not great! We like that it looks safe and we like that some of the ingredients have undergone clinical testing. However it is expensive and in our opinion, it is unlikely to work in the way as described.

You are not going to get massive muscles or become a sex machine in the bedroom simply by taking this and if you are counting on these sorts of effects, you are going to be disappointed.

However, if you do work out regularly and put in the training you may find that TestRX supports your efforts and makes it all a bit easier and more effective. But overall, we do not recommend TestRX.

TestRX Review

The male hormone Testosterone is the very essence of what makes a man a man. Testosterone is linked to strength and stamina, muscle development and most famously, sex drive but testosterone levels reduce as we age past 30 and also if we have an unhealthy lifestyle. The truth is that however healthy we are, a reduction in testosterone is an inevitable effect of aging.

TestRX is a supplement that the makers say that will help your body produce more testosterone. It is not a type of Anabolic steroid or synthetic testosterone. Instead, it contains vitamins and minerals to help your body boost testosterone production.

Key to the supplement is ZMA (a combination of Zinc, Magnesium and Aspartic acid) which according to testing increases testosterone levels.

TestRX Facts

  • Contains Zinc, Magnesium and Aspartic Acid – a combination known as ZMA
  • Each packet contains 120 capsules or one month’s supply
  • Serving size is equal to 4 capsules taken over the day

In one test on football players results were seen after just 7 weeks and ZMA is becoming increasingly popular in bodybuilding circles with athletes looking to build muscle.

TestRX contains a range of vitamins all said to have testosterone boosting properties. The sole herbal ingredient is Fenugreek seed extract which is often taken in supplements for increasing sex drive and erectile dysfunction.

TestRX has recently undergone a makeover and this new version of the supplement looks stripped down and improved with only the Fenugreek remaining in the formula.

How to Take TestRX

Take 4 capsules a day, 2 in the morning and 2 in the afternoon. Always take with a glass of water to ease absorption.

Previously Test RX contained herbal ingredients including Ashtanga, cabbage seed extract and Tongat Ali, which all of which are likely to cause side effects.

The old version of TestRX is still on the market from third party sellers such as Amazon so it is important to know the difference between the two very different products.

An easy way to tell is that the new version of TestRX comes in packets of 120 capsules rather than 60 capsules of the old version.

TestRX comes from US supplement company Leading Edge Health. The company specialises in herbal products to address male and female fertility, sexual health, anti aging and skincare.

TestRX Concerns:

  • Leading Health Edge have past form in attracting customer complaints. Has this company really changed their ways?
  • Will Leading Health Edge really honour the guarantee and give you are refund if you are dissatisfied? We have been unable to find anyone who has claimed the guarantee
  • Why is there is no feedback for this supplement? Does it do anything at all?

A few years ago, there were numerous complaints against Leading Health Edge for various issues such as non-delivery of products, rude customer services, and ineffective supplements. However as the most recent of these date back to 2013 it seems that Leading Health Edge have since improved their general service and got their act together.

What Does TestRX Claim To Do?

According to the advertising, TestRX will help you become an Alpha male and attract women!
As it says, “Few things are more enjoyable than those second glances from women when you take off your shirt.
You see it in their eyes. They stare – and undress the rest of you in their head – as they take in your chest, shoulders, six pack, and the rest of the rock-hard muscle that tells the world you’re an alpha male.” Phew!

TestRX claims to cause five key benefits.

  • Get Huge Muscles
  • Have More Energy
  • Boost Your Strength
  • Achieve Weight Loss
  • Crank Up Your Sex Life

If you work out in the gym, TestRX claims to help you “Smash Your Plateau”, which means that it may help you get past one of those periods that sees you unable to make gains, increase performance or lose weight.

Does TestRX Work?

It might work. If you are working out and exercising, you may find that TestRX boosts your efforts and your results. If you have got stopped at a plateau, you may find it is enough to get you through a blockage.

The supplement contains zinc which is know to increase libido – oysters are high in zinc for example and have been well known as an aphrodisiac for thousands of years. The other ingredients have all undergone clinical testing and although results are not strictly proven, they do look promising.

What Are The Ingredients of TestRX?

Amounts here relate to 4 x capsule serving.

  • Vitamin D3 (1140 IU): Vitamin made by your body from sunlight and important for the absorption of calcium. Results of clinical testing suggest that vitamin D supplementation might increase testosterone levels but this theory requires further testing.
    Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21154195
  • Vitamin K2 (20mcg): According to animal testing on rats, K vitamins may help reduce age related bone thinning and increase testosterone levels.
  • Vitamin B6 (5mg): Important vitamin for numerous hormonal functions, including the production of testosterone in the testes and the reduction of female hormone oestrogen.
  • ZMA Magnesium Aspartate (200mg) Zinc (10mg) and D-Aspartic Acid (2300mg): The ZMA formula is becoming popular for bodybuilding and as a testosterone booster. Zinc and magnesium have been shown to increase Insulin-like Growth Factor-I (IGF-I) which is important for muscle and cell growth. Zinc has been shown to increase testosterone. However testing has not been very stringent and scientific opinion is that although ZMA is promising it needs further testing.
    Source: http://www.complete-strength-training.com/zma-supplement.html#section1
  • Fenugreek (300mg): This Indian herbal extract contains a compound called 4-hydroxyisoleucine, which demonstrated a significant positive effect on physiological aspects of libido and may assist to maintain normal healthy testosterone levels. However, the clinical test looked at 600mg a day so the quantity here does not match the clinical test.
    Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21312304

Does TestRX Have Any Side Effects?

TestRX looks to be safe for most people. Mild side effects may include:

  • Bloating
  • Gas
  • Abdominal discomfort
  • Upset stomach
  • Diarrhoea
  • Lowered blood sugar levels

Caution:
Warning:
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if pregnant or breast feeding. Speak to your doctor first if you have an underlying medical condition or are taking prescription medication.

Are There Any Customer Reviews For TestRX?

We cannot find any independent customer reviews for TestRX. There are plenty of lengthy reviews out there written by people looking to sell TestRX but at the time of writing, this supplement is only available from the official TestRX website so there is no platform for customer feedback.

Does TestRX Offer a Money-Back Guarantee?

Yes, there is a 67-day money back guarantee, which enables you to try the supplement for 60 days. The guarantee only applies if you buy 2 month’s supply of the supplement or more.

Here’s what it says,

If, for any reason, you are not 100% satisfied, simply return the two empty containers within 67 days from the time of delivery for a full refund excluding shipping charges.

It reassures you if you have bought a larger order,

…And if you wish to take advantage of the price discount by ordering multiple containers, don’t worry! Any unopened containers returned along with your first two opened containers within the 67 day money back guarantee period will also be eligible for a full refund.

Worryingly it does not provide details such as whether you will need to obtain a RAM number. However you can call the company free on 1 -866- 621-6886
International customers can call 604-677- 5365

Where Can I Buy TestRX?

TestRX is not available in the stores or shops. It is not on sale from third party sellers such as Amazon.
At the time of writing, you can only buy TestRX direct from the official product website.

TestRX sell in the USA, Canada Europe, Australia and the UK and prices are available in all these currencies.
1 x months supply of TestRX (120 capsules) costs $69.95 (£54.33)
2 x months supply of TestRX costs $129.95 (£100.92)
3 x months supply of TestRX costs $179.95 (£139.76)
4 x months supply of TestRX costs $239.95 (£186.35)
5 x months supply of TestRX costs $299.95 (£232.95)
6 months supply of TestRX costs $339.85 (£264.02)

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