About Mdrive Prime
Mdrive Prime is part of a series of Mdrive ingredients catered giving men a boost in strength and performance. Mdrive Prime is different as the website says it’s been streamlined to make sure it’s affordable for men everywhere. Their formula looks okay at first glance but upon closer inspection, you can see a few flaws here and there specially if you compare this to other products within the same price range and category.
Will Mdrive Prime be the “affordable introduction” to the Mdrive line of supplements? Or is it merely affordable and nothing else? Let’s find out.
- Serving size: 2 capsules
- Serving per container: 30 servings
- Vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol) – 400 IU
- Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine hydrochloride) – 10 mg
- Vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin) – 120 mcg
- Chromium (as Chromax®: as chromium picolinate) – 200 mcg
Complete Blend – 1030 mg
KSM-66®: Ashwagandha Extract (root), Cordyceps Extract (mycelia), Diindolylmethane (DIM), DHEA, Bioperine®: Piperine (from Black Pepper)
Vegi Capsule (Hypromellose), Rice Flour, Silicon Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate (Vegetable).
When it comes to supplements, the fewer the ingredients the more focused it is on doing what it’s supposed to do but it’s not always the case with other products and Mdrive Prime just happens to be one of them.
- Vitamin D3. Very good form of an already great testosterone ingredient but its dosage can use some help.
- Vitamin B6. Low dosage and cheap form. Too bad since it’s also a great testosterone booster.
- Vitamin B12. Great part of a multivitamin and at the best form too but it’s more of a nootropic than anything else.
- KSM-66. A heavily concentrated and branded form of Ashwagandha, an adaptogen first and a mild testosterone booster second.
- Cordyceps. Helps with the testosterone-estrogen ratio as well as showing potential for boosting testosterone. We wonder why it’s not the one with the most weight in their blend.
- DIM. Used mainly for estrogen health and has been shown to potentially inhibit testosterone production.
- DHEA. Ingredient notable for its many benefits particularly in raising testosterone but studies are still quite unsure as to whether to recommend it as a “good” booster or something you can just avoid altogether.
- Bioperine. Increases absorption of every ingredient in a supplement and a must-see ingredient in any supplement.
As much as we want to say the product is effective it clearly just isn’t. Mdrive Prime appears to be a weak testosterone supplement at best. It looks like it tried to offset the low dosages with black pepper but no amount of Bioperine can overcome low-dosed ingredients.
The notable testosterone ingredients are D3, B6, DIM, DHEA, and KSM-66 but as noted earlier, D3 and B6 are underdosed, DIM an DHEA are not really decent testosterone boosters, and the premium KSM-66 is only a testosterone booster AFTER its nootropic function. There are plenty of other ingredients that can boost testosterone we wonder why they didn’t even bother with them.
The only real thing it could do is probably promote a testosterone-growth environment but not directly increasing testosterone at all.
Who should use it
It’s marketed towards all types of men but the real beneficiaries would be men who are 50+ years of age.
No actual side effects reported.
Pricing & Buying info
- 1 bottle (1 month): $29.99
- 3 bottles: $59.97
- Available online and retail stores
Mdrive Prime Alternatives
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