Ever wondered if testosteron supplements really boost your testosteron?

Well, luckily you don’t figure it out by yourself. An online health clinic by the name of MENSCRIPT, figured it all out. MENSCRIPT is an online health clinic for men and offers treatmens online for hair loss, acne and erectile dysfunction for men living in Great Britain and the Netherlands.

Tired of all healthclaims that are spread around they decided to analyse various popular testosteron supplements to see if their claims would hold up when put under scrunity.

For their analysis they reviewed over 15 testosteron boosters including D-Aspartic Acid, Tribulus Terrestris, Tongkat ali extract and Fenugreek. After reading over 40 scientific studies they concluded that almost none of them work.

They were either straight-up ineffective or had insufficient data to support the claim. Which is a suprise if you look at how many of these supplements are sold online on webshops such as Amazon.

Horny Goat Weed for example has been tested in animals only. Human trials don’t exist. Another popular testosteron boosting supplement, D-Aspartic Acid, had only one study that showed a positive effect on testosteron. Two other studies found no effect. Due to a lack of evidence, they assessed both supplements as “ineffective”. Concluding that their efficacy was assumed and not proven.

The complete analysis report can be found Testosterone imposters: efficacy analysis of popular testosteron supplements