Warrior Bulbine is a product known to boost strength and help build muscle mass. It is not for the faint-hearted! Warrior Bulbine is a potent supplement formulated not only to energise but also to greatly enhance performance. Does it work as promised? Are the side effects worth the benefits? Scroll down to see our answers to those questions.
Warrior Bulbine is one of the most potent health supplements on the market. Using a single ingredient instead of a confusing proprietary blend, it delivers power-packed nutrients to the users. This single ingredient is Bulbine Natalensis – 100% pure – and it has been used for centuries to boost energy and increase libido.
Warrior Bulbine is a very potent product that could cause side effects such as headaches, blurred vision, pain, asthma, redness and swelling of the limbs as well as kidney and liver damages.
Warrior Bulbine is not very expensive at £22.95 for a bottle of 120 tablets.
Warrior Bulbine is a potent and powerful product that should be used with caution. It can cause dangerous side effects and that should be taken seriously. Furthermore, the company manufacturing Warrior Bulbine doesn’t have a official website – which raises more concerns – and doesn’t offer a money-back guarantee. For all those reasons, we have to reject Warrior Bulbine.
Warrior Bulbine is a 100% supplement for males. It uses bulbine natalensis, a South African plant believed to be a power aphrodisiac that improves male vitality and helps muscle growth by boosting testosterone levels. It is manufactured by Warrior Nutrition – the brand claims to offer ‘the best pre-workout supplement’ but doesn’t have an official website.
Warrior Bulbine delivers a potent dose of bulbine natalensis. This herbal extract is traditionally used in South Africa to enhance male vitality. However, we were unable to find research or clinical trials conducted on humans; the only studies have been made on rats. The rats who were fed bulbine natalensis saw an increased level of testosterone but also suffered liver and kidney damages.
Take 2 tablets immediately after waking up, preferably on an empty stomach. Take 2 more tablets before a workout or at least 8 hours after the first dose.
Along with enhanced energy and strength, Warrior Bulbine is thought to procure aphrodisiac effects this increasing libido. The company even claims it could cure mild cases of erectile dysfunction! The studies conducted on rats showed a slightly increased level of testosterone but oestrogen levels had severely decreased so women should avoid this supplement. Testosterone can help muscle growth and weight loss.
Warrior Bulbine can help suppress appetite which makes it easier to lose weight. Though this is not the main goal of this product, it can be a plus for some users. In Africa, bulbine is traditionally used an aphrodisiac and to boost male vitality. Nowadays, it is used to boost testosterone levels in hope to boost energy and improve muscle growth. However, it is a powerful product and can cause serious side effects – just like steroids. It has to be treated with caution and should not be taken without medical guidance.
Warrior Bulbine claims to:
Many of the reviews are positive and users report a boost in their energy and testosterone levels. However, bulbine natalensis has never been tested on humans and clinical trials on rats showed increased risks of kidney and liver failure as well as worsening of conditions such as heart disease and diabetes. If you are an athlete (Warrior Bulbine is definitely not for non-athletes) and chose to use Warrior Bulbine, it should be done under medical guidance.
Unlike so many other supplements full of confusing proprietary blends, Warrior Bulbine contains a single ingredient.
Warrior Bulbine can cause serious side effects such as:
It can also cause liver and kidney damages, and worsen conditions such as heart disease and diabetes.
Do not take without proper medical guidance.
Women should avoid the product as it reduces the levels of oestrogen.
We found a few independant reviews online:
Good testosterone booster. Does exactly what it says but the pills are too big to swallow. I never had issues with that, but these are even bigger than BSN Nitrix. Also the fact that they have no coating makes it even harder to go down. Other than that they’re fine!
Have only been taking Warrior Bulbine for only a few days but an feel a difference already. Perhaps not quite as strong as other products I’ve tried but definitely worth a look.
Been taking it for a few weeks with some minor gains.
Machine speed and all round great grunt gear for better results, combined with a balanced diet and 100% workout every time. Like everything else its a good tool for the box, but without the effort in your training its just another tablet.
What can I say about this product that’s not already been said… This is a great product from a great company.
Work well but I struggled to swallow the tabs… But over all very good.
I was so excited when I got my order. After 3 weeks I don’t fell myself stronger at all and what lot of people wrote here, I am sorry but I was doing bench press incline around 120kg when I started to take the pills… Now I am suffering with 90kg… Didn’t get any extra and I don’t get that testosterone boost what I was waiting for…
I’ve tried many test boosters over the past 3 or 4 years (Tauro-Test, Reload, Anatropin) but nothing compares to this… even better than the now banned Bulgarian Tribulus! It does make me feel aggressive and short tempered at times, but it also makes me eat loads, train like a madman, sleep better, plus my libido is just insane! Only 2 and a half weeks using it as well. Do not hesitate to buy… I’m about to buy more myself, lol.
There is no money-back guarantee.
Warrior Bulbine is available through several online retailers like Bodybuilding Warehouse, Amazon or Phoenix Supplements.
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