Great article. I found this while researching the IM Forums where you also have great info as well. I’ve read quite a bit all over the web. There’s so much confusion over this. I don’t have an opinion either for or against and can read between the lines/blurs/mumbo jumbo of what’s in print and find minimal reality of any facts supporting true positive results for any OTC T-booster product. This still leaves me in a quandary. I’m currently doing a cycle of 1-Andro/Anabolic Matrix and would like to keep my gains if any result from it. With all OTC products being pretty much useless for boosting test what would be a viable option for doing so as a PCT??
Any supplements to increase testosterone levels will produce some side effects that you may not be thrilled with. You should be prepared for those side effects, and they can vary from one booster to the next. You are most likely to experience changes in mood, emotional instability, sleep apnea and acne breakouts. If you overdose on the supplements or use them for too long, however, you can suffer from heart disease and kidney problems, and most testosterone boosters are only meant to be used for short periods of time, such as for a few weeks at a time. Then you usually need to take a rest and let your body readjust to a more normal regimen.
If you are mainly interested in gaining muscle mass, then you might try stacking your test booster with protein powder. Test boosters work to both eliminate fat and help build lean muscle mass, which is why if you stack it with a protein powder while regularly lifting weights, you should see some serious progress. The two work together very well to stimulate muscle growth and recovery. Related Reviews: Best Creatine Supplements of 2017 Best Whey Protein of 2017 Best Brain Supplements of 2017 Best Natural Sleep Aid Supplements 2017 Filed Under: Top Reviews