Lecheek Nutrition T-X3 Review – Prohormone Powered Anti-E Boosts

3,200 mg D-Aspartic Acid. Increase Testosterone.

And… Anti-Estrogen !!! (*TRIGGERED*)

Quick biology notes: Men need both testosterone & estrogen in the same way that women need both estrogen & testosterone. Testosterone doesn’t build a tree-fort in our testes, hitching a “No Girls ALLOWED” sign — although it’s true that the hormones don’t quite get along, despite their similar base structure.

Having said that, when men increase testosterone it’s important that they properly check their estrogen levels as well. Why? Because when you increase testosterone it tends to convert into estrogen. Which is why T-X3 both increases T and inhibits E conversion.

How does it do both, you ask? Let’s check the review to find out.

About Lecheek Nutrition T-X3

Manufactured by Lecheek Nutrition, T-X3 is an “Advanced Testosterone & Libido Enhancer” that works with only 3 ingredients: DAA, Fenugreek, & Arimistane, covering just the bare essentials of bodybuilder T-boosting in powerful, potent fashion. Formula notes:

  • DAA + Fenugreek: The official unofficial dietary method to increasing both total and free testosterone levels: D-Aspartic Acid + Fenugreek Extract.
  • Arimistane: The X-factor ingredient in this formula is a powerful prohormone that inhibits aromatase, the enzyme responsible for converting T to estrogen.
  • Super Serving Sizes: T-X3 assigns 6 capsules to the task of covering only 3 ingredients, allowing for significantly effective dosages of each item.

T-X3 Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 6 Capsules
Servings Per Container: 30
Ingredients Amount Per Serving
D-Aspartic Acid 3200 mg
Fenugreek Seed Extract 300 mg
Arimistane -3,5-diene-7,17-dione 50 mg
Other Ingredients:
Magnesium Stearate, Brown Rice Flour, Titanium Dioxide, Gelatin, FD&C Blue #1
Directions:
You can take 6 capsules at once with a meal or spread them throughout the day; recommended 6 capsules with a morning meal and do not exceed 12 capsules in a 24 hour period.

Lecheek Nutrition T-X3’s formula is straight terminator fuel.

Forget the T-800, the T-1000, or the T-X (by far the hottest terminator model …until now). It’s all about the latest model: The T-X3 — a test booster supplement that doesn’t mess around with cool gimmicks & fancy designs but gets straight to the point: boosting testosterone.

Check it out:

The T-X3 Ingredients

No proprietary blend shenanigans or obscure BS. Looks good, so let’s jump into it:

The T-800 is so 1984.

D-Aspartic Acid – 3,200 mg sits at one of the highest DAA dosages on the market, opening this short formula with a powerful T-boosting punch. While the D-AA-CC form is better, DAA has been shown to increase T by 42% in just 12 days.

Fenugreek Seed Extract – A common companion to DAA, the logic being: DAA increases total T, fenugreek enhances free T. More T with sharper potency. It’s a speculative theory that makes sense — however, fenugreek on its own delivers decent physical & sexual performance boosts as well, in addition to making your sweat & urine smell maple-syrupy.

Arimistane – a.k.a. androsta-3,5-diene-7,17-dione, a powerful aromatase inhibitor (estrogen blocker) that reduces the conversion of T to estrogen while also reducing catabolic stress hormone cortisol activity. Arimistane is viewed as a legal substitute for the similar ATD prohormone.

Total T. Free T. No E.

That’s how you make a man-salad.

Formula Analysis

Lecheek Nutrition T-X3 focuses strictly on testosterone that’s free and expressive and liberated from the hen-pecking clutches of estrogen — it is a man’s man supplement for men looking to get BIG and LEAN and — let’s be mature about this, guys — HORNY.

And it does so with a short & sweet pro-T, anti-E design:

  • Pro-T: DAA + Fenugreek increases totalfree T.
  • Anti-E: Arimistane prevents the increased T from converting to E.

When you forget to take your estrogen block.

 

This last point is important, potentially qualifying T-X3 as a decent Post Cycle Therapy (PCT) supplement, protecting against the paradoxical increase in estrogen that comes with increasing testosterone levels. Not that we’d expect insane-o T boosts with T-X3 — D-Aspartic Acid is a good testosterone booster, topping our BIG List of T-Boosters at the #1 spot, but it’s not a prohormone/steroid.

Arimistane is a prohormone and thus warrants caution — as well as continual check-ups on its legality (particularly for the athletes) — but it’s still not that extreme.

All the same, we don’t recommend supplementing this BIG-time test booster for too long. Go through the bottle, get the big muscles, then take it easy on the T-X3 for a bit, eh?

T-X3 Benefits

Here are the advertised benefits of T-X3, straight from the horse’s mouth:

With a synergestic profile, at effective doses, T-X3 is bound to bring you the quality results that you will see and feel dramatically, looking your best and helping you acheive your goals! Improve your energy levels and power at the gym. Getting better workouts will make you feel like going to the gym is actually worth your time. Not only will higher testosterone levels give you better gym sessions, but more energy throughout the day and even a better sex drive.”

We added the boldness to emphasize the specific claims here, which essentially are: better energy, strength, testosterone levels, exercise performance, & sex drive. Based on the anabolic design of T-X3’s formula, these gym-focused claims seem to check out.

Who Takes It?

100% Man Bodybuilders. Men who are so manly and insecure that they can’t handle the thought of any estrogen corrupting their system. (For the record, estrogen is important to male health, just as testosterone is important to female health. So don’t stack T-X3 with other estrogen blockers.)

Any Side Effects?

Most reports of side effects in the customer reviews are mild (or underplayed), citing the usual prohormone adversities: back acne, irritability, anger, mood swings, etc. It’s hard to gauge the seriousness of these effects, as the online bodybuilding community seems to display such side effects as badges of honor — and thus often times exaggerate the effects to give off the appearance of owning said badges. Even so, if you have a bad history of such side effects, take it easy on T-X3.

T-X3 Summary

Pros

  • DAA + Fenugreek. This duo is starting to come standard with test boosters.
  • Estrogen Block. Prohormone-powered anti-aromatase action.
  • BIG Servings. Ensures that these ingredients are adequately dosed.

Cons

  • Narrow-Minded. T-X3 is powerful but almost unilaterally so. (Admittedly, this is a weak Con.)
  • Other Ingredients. The fillers are particularly egregious as they’re not displayed on the Lecheek Nutrition website but are elsewhere.
  • Prohormone. Questions of safety are a concern with long-term use.

Pricing & Buying Info

  • 1 Bottle (1 month): $79.99
  • Available online and in retail stores

Lecheek Nutrition prices T-X3, yet sells it at a “Sale Price” of $49.95 — however, you may buy this product for half that price through several 3rd party retailers, including eBay & Elite Nutrition.

Final Word on T-X3

T-X3 is your I-want-to-temporarily-build-big-muscles-faster testosterone booster that may also double as a PCT supplement following a I-just-built-big-muscles T regimen. Taking a Newtonian approach, T-X3’s prohormone may be the equal and opposite force necessary to check an intense prohormone cycle. Thus for the average users, T-X3 may be too much opposing force. Discretion advised.

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