NUGENIX Free Testosterone Booster is a “safe and specially formulated dietary supplement that helps your body increase free testosterone” according to its website. We have to ask ourselves how it plans on doing that, though. The formula has all the signs of weak dosing despite consisting of just 6 key ingredients.
It’s an expensive bottle and we think half of it is for the design because we really find the bottle pretty to look at. Let’s check it out anyway and see if it’s worth your hard earned money.
- Serving size: 3 capsules
- Serving per container: 30 servings
- Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine HCL) – 2 mg
- Vitamin B12 (as Methylcobalamin) – 50 mcg
- Zinc (as Zinc chelate) – 1 mg
Nugenix Free Testosterone Complex – 2,103 mg
L-Citruline Malate, Testofen® Fenugreek Seed Extract (50% Fenuside™), Tribulus (fruit)
Gelatin, Magnesium Stearate
NUGENIX says it can help users:
- Feel Stronger
- Increase Sex Drive
- Boost Free Testosterone
These claims indicate it’s not just a plain testosterone booster but also hints of being a sort of preworkout too. What intrigues us is the way they ranked the three functions and it makes us assume they boost testosterone as the last priority. That’s not a good thing for a testosterone booster at all.
Let’s check out the ingredients and see if their formula holds or falls apart.
- Vitamin B6. A really great testosterone booster but the dose is laughably low.
- Vitamin B12. Great form for a nootropic but the dosage is too low for anything.
- Zinc. This is a potent testosterone booster but that dose won’t even so much as make your testosterone flinch.
Nugenix Free Testosterone Complex
- L-Citrulline Malate. One of the best workout ingredients for muscle circulation & mad pumps. Dose appears too low to work.
- Testofen. Quality “branded” fenugreek, standardized. Enhances libido, maintains testosterone. Boosts testosterone a bit but nothing major. Needs at least 500 mg to work.
- Tribulus. A really good sex enhancer and boosts testosterone if you’re running low otherwise it’s just for libido.
The overall formula is underdosed and is more likely not work despite brandishing quality ingredients in their prop blend. Citrulline requires more than 2000 mg to work and Testofen won’t function properly below 500 mg. Tribulus is the only thing that could work on a low dosage but the ingredient isn’t standardized to make even that a remote possibility.
What do we have here, then? Underdosing, prop blend, quality ingredients that won’t work due to low doses, NUGENIX Free Testosterone has all the makings of a bad product. And it’s also REALLY expensive for something that doesn’t work.
Who should use it
It’s not even worth testing unless you got it for free.
Not sure with this one as the doses aren’t known to cause any bad side effects. The ones we saw were bouts of nausea, headaches, and stomach cramps but it could be due to sensitivities and not a general side effect.
Pricing & Buying info
- 1 bottle (30 servings): $69.99 on their website.
NUGENIZ Free Testosterone doesn’t work at all. Even if it does, it’s bound to be minimal plus that price tag is just too much. For almost the same price you can get something better like Tongkat Ali by Herbolab and you know it works.