By February 16, 2016 February 19th, 2018 Product Reviews


ULTRA TEST tags itself as a dietary supplement aimed to specifically boost testosterone particularly for those suffering from hormonal imbalances. The labels says it’s made of natural ingredients and simultaneously increases stamina and libido as well as helps you to lose fat and save muscle.ULTRA TEST

Their formulation seems generic enough for your typical male supplement but not so much as a testosterone booster as they claim. Despite that, people are still buying this product and has gotten good ratings on Amazon. That seems questionable but we’ll keep an open mind for now.

Will ULTRA TEST be worth your money? Let’s find out.

Supplement facts

  • Serving size: 3 capsules
  • Serving per container: 30 servings
  • Magnesium – 200 mg
  • Bulgarian Tribulus Terrestris – 750 mg
  • Chrysin – 75 mg
  • Horny Goat Weed P.E. 10% – 50 mg
  • Longjack – 50 mg
  • Saw Palmetto Berries – 50 mg
  • Hawthorn Berries – 50 mg
  • Cissus Quadrangularis – 50 mg
  • Zinc – 30 mg

Other ingredients:
Maltodextrin, Gelatin, Magnesium Stearate.

Ingredient analysis

One of the best things about ULTRA TEST is how they made no attempt to hide their dosages which means our analysis will be as accurate as it can get. The downside is we don’t know which forms these ingredients come in. Considering the low price of the product, our assumptions lead us to believe they used the cheapest forms.

We’ll also be reviewing this product as a testosterone booster above all due to their major claim of testosterone support.

  • Magnesium is an effective in boosting testosterone and they have just enough of the dosage to work.
  • Bulgarian Tribulus Terrestris. The difference between the typical Tribulus and the Bulgarian one is the Protodioscin content, an active muscle building compound. It’s more of a libido enhancer.
  • Chrysin is commercially known to raise testosterone but a study has proven otherwise.
  • Horny Goat Weed. Requires at least 1 g to boost testosterone but is more of an erectile aid.
  • Long Jack. Great for sex enhancement and helps improve erections but the minimum effective dose is at 200 mg of a 100:1 extract.
  • Saw Palmeto Berries. Not an effective testosterone booster but it’s shown to promote prostate health.
  • Hawthorn Berries. An ingredient added for fat loss. It restricts lipid absorption and provides allergy relief.
  • Cissus Quadrangularis. It’s known as a pain reliever and offers a small weight loss benefit.
  • Zinc. We don’t know the form of Zinc they used and they also have it in very minimal dosage. It’s a shame too since Zinc happens to be one of the best testosterone boosters around.

While it’s pretty obvious ULTRA TEST will barely do anything for your testosterone, since only minimal dosages of Zinc and Magnesium were incorporated into it, we can’t disregard it’s other supposed “uses.” Let’s discuss some of the ingredients we haven’t covered in our reviews yet.

Chrysin is not easily absorbed by the body and large doses of up to 3000 mg is still not effective when it comes to raising testosterone. It only really works when injected directly at the testicles. It can only “boost” testosterone by inhibiting aromatase, the enzyme responsible for converting testosterone to estrogen.

ULTRA TEST’s use of Cissus and Hawthorn are for fat loss but the dosages available can only offer the bare minimum at best. We like their thoughts on prostate health when they incorporated Saw Palmetto but that’s about all the good it can do for the product.

Bulgarian Tribulus is simply a more concentrated form of the usual Tribulus aimed for muscle performance. It’s ULTRA TEST’s major ingredient weighing in at 750 mg per serving. Regardless, Tribulus is still best known as an effective sex enhancer since even its Bulgarian version, as potent as it is, can’t raise testosterone in men. It works for women but this product isn’t exactly for women based on the rest of the ingredients.

And exactly because of this is the reason we question the claim of “Testosterone support” when it’s clearly geared towards improving erections and increasing sex drive. In actuality, it’s more of a glorified libido enhancer, a so-so weight loss supplement, and just a little bit of a muscle enhancer. 

Lastly, their recommended serving of just 3 capsules per day is not enough to properly provide testosterone support for 24 hours.

Who should use it

It should be used by men who have problems with their erections and that’s about it.

Side effects

No actual side effects reported.

Pricing & Buying info

  • 1 bottle (30 servings): $17.23 at Amazon.

ULTRA TEST Alternatives

ULTRA TEST works best as a cheap sex drive enhancer specially with that price tag. Although because of how “affordable” it is we then question the integrity of the ingredients specially since they omitted the form their ingredients have. If you’re looking for an all around sex drive enhancer and a bonafide testosterone booster then we recommend Herbolab’s Tongkat Ali Root Extract supplement. It’s not as “affordable” as ULTRA TEST but at least you know it works the way it should.

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