See the hairy gorilla meat-head above?
Let’s call him Mr. Hyde.
Because if The Beast Anabolic Activator works, then that’s what all of you scrawny Dr. Jekyll bitch boys will apparently become after taking this “homeopathic” liquid. It’ll unlock the “primitive duality of man” as our 19th century English homies used to call it back in the day.
Now that we think about it, Jekyll & Hyde were around the same time that “homeopathy” officially became a thing…
ME THINKETH NOT, BRO.
About The Beast Anabolic Activator
Manufactured by Ultra-Lab, The Beast Anabolic Activator has been the company’s “#1 selling product” since 1996 and one of the premier homeopathic growth hormone formulas on the market. The only problem: How the hell does “homeopathic” work and, more importantly, DOES it work? Formula notes:
- Homeopathic Formula: For good or bad, Beast Anabolic Activator approaches muscle gains with questionable, unproven homeopathy.
- Legal, Safe: The major bonus to homeopathy—it allows the legal, safe usage of growth & sex hormones, which are otherwise illegal and risky.
- Discontinued: For whatever reason, Ultra Labs no longer provides their “#1 selling product”—so, COMPRA AHORA, ESÉ!
The Beast Anabolic Activator Supplement Facts
|Serving Size: 3 Sprays
Servings Per Container: 120
|Ingredients||Amount Per Serving|
|Somatotrophine (GM)||6 C|
|Gonado Stimuline||6 C|
|Chorionic Gonadotrophine||6 C|
|Saw Palmetto||3 C|
|Tribulus Terrestris||3 C|
Homeopathic ingredients: Somatotrophine 6C, gonado stimuline 6C, chorionic gonadotrophine 6C, folliculostimuline 6C, adrenocorticotrophine 9C, thyroidinum 6C, adrenalinum 6C, progesterone 9C, orchitinum 6C, dopamine 6C, acetylcholine 6C, rna 6C, dna 6C, atp 6C, leucine 4C, isoleucine 4C, valine 4C, glutamine 4C, estrone 12C, estradiol 12C, cortisone 12C, saw palmetto 3C, tribulus terrestris 3C, insulinum 6C. In 20% USP alcohol.
|Directions: 3 sprays beneath the tongue, hold for 1 minute, then swallow. Repeat 3 times daily. Desirable times to use the product would be before and after physical activity and at bedtime. On non-training days use in the morning, afternoon and at bedtime on an empty stomach.|
The Beast Anabolic Activator, selling Hormones & Alcohol since 1996.
There are two things standing in the way of this review:
- Homeopathy, in general, is a controversial, ungrounded branch of (alt) medicine that, according to Australia’s NFMRC meta-analysis, remains clinically unproven.
- Beast Anabolic Activator has been discontinued by its manufacturers.
Yet, the remaining supply of this stuff is still being sold by various retailers, so stock up while you can, BRO! …or don’t… You can decide for yourself after checking out the formula:
Normally, we’d throw up a RED flag here, because loading up on hormones is not only illegal, but unsafe… But, again, this is a homeopathic formula, so the doses on these hormones are nowhere near high enough to induce any harmful effects.
The idea: Small, minute amounts of growth & sex hormones theoretically “spark” an electric (as opposed to chemical) reaction, resulting in increased anabolic & sexual bioenergy. Really, this idea of “minute amounts of weird compounds” is behind all forms of homeopathy.
If effective, then the idea is pretty kewl—with this formula you’re getting the anabolic, energizing, strength-building effects of Somatotrophine, Adrenocorticotrophine, Adrenalinum, Insulinum, Progesterone, Cortisone, etc. etc., without their harmful side effects.
The key phrase: If effective.
All you need to know here, Beast Anabolic Activator has very little amounts of growth & sex hormones (including estrogens) that may or may not work based on a questionable branch of medicine established in the 1800s.
Apply the homeopathy insight from the last section to the formula’s Amino Acids and you’re left with the same conclusion: These may or may not work.
Regardless, Amino Acids are never a bad idea for bodybuilding BROs—especially the BCAAs here: Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine (+ Glutamine). BCAA supplementation may help muscle protein synthesis and prevent muscle fatigue during exercise.
The DNA/RNA combo, on the other hand, may help recovery time when mixed with L-arginine & eicosapentaenoic acid… both of which aren’t found here.
The Herbal Extracts
Interesting additions here—we have a feeling actual Tribulus & Saw Palmetto are more effective than homeopathic Tribulus & Saw Palmetto… Ah well, here they are:
- Tribulus. On our BIG LIST of T-Boosters, Tribulus is marked as a T-booster that probably doesn’t work, but is good for men’s health. How good? For older men, it’s awesome, showing in a study to restore male hormones & erectile function… For the younger BROs, it might regulate T, but it DEFINITELY boosts libido & energy, baby, yeeaaa.
- Saw Palmetto. You’ll find this extract in T-boosters for inhibiting the conversion of T to DHT. While technically this does boost T, it also reduces DHT—which is a manlier hormone than T, so… we’ll leave that up to you, bro.
Bear in mind, athletes looking to actually boost their athletic health would do better by solid T-boosting herbs instead.
Dopamine & Acetylcholine are all that remain in this formula—with exception to ATP, which is used in the body as energy, considered by some as a neurotransmitter.
In terms of anabolic muscle growth, studies on Dopamine show the neurotransmitter increasing secretion of Human Growth Hormone. ATP, of course, works as cellular energy, helping exercise and metabolic functions, while Acetylcholine helps the brain learn and process memories… which is purdy neat.
Soon after NHMRC’s negative review on homeopathic medicine, the Australian Homeopathic Association wrote an open letter in defense of homeopathy, essentially telling the NHMRC that they’re full of shit.
*FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT!*
Needless to say, homeopathy is controversial—and therefore, so is The Beast Anabolic Activator. To call this formula “ineffective” would be to call a whole branch of medicine “ineffective,” and, frankly, that’s not worth the angry comments & letters…
But, at the same time, how do we recommend a formula based on a principle that has no recognized scientific proof to back it up?
At this point there’s no conclusive way of knowing, so instead we’ll have to rely on the anecdotal evidence, which seems to jump back-and-forth between HELL YA, Beast Anabolic Activator made me ripped!! And HELL NO, Beast Anabolic Activator ripped me off!!
The best we can say: Beast Anabolic Activator manages to supply growth-, sex-, & neuro- hormones in a way that’s both safe and legal. And you have to admit, the theory of anabolic homeopathy is pretty sexy—electrical bioenergy that sparks muscle growth and strength enhancements?
That’s some straight-up Captain America / Iron Man shit right there.
For what it is—a homeopathic male hormone amplifier—Beast Anabolic Activator looks solid… We’ll leave it to the BROs to decide whether they’re down for the formula or not.
The Beast Anabolic Activator Benefits
The BIGGEST benefit touted by Beast Anabolic Activator: Growth Hormones that are legal.
We don’t doubt that many athletes left this formula on the shelf, afraid that it’ll junk up their next drug test. But the dosages are way too low to trip up a test, homie! (Is that good or bad?)
Either way, here are the benefits advertised by the manufacturers:
We’re assuming they want us to add “Increased” in front of all of those points… Essentially, Beast Anabolic Activator wants you to get BIGGER quicker without phunking up your man jewels.
Who Takes It?
HEAVY-LIFTING BROs who eat granola. Any guy who likes to pick up very BIG things then put those BIG things down may have considered Beast Anabolic Activator at one point—it’s been around for 20 years for shit’s sake. But homeopathy is decidedly crunchy-granola. If you’re considering jumping on the Beast wagon, do so now: This shit’s only around for a LIMITED TIME, bro! Older gents looking to actually increase their manly health would do better with a solid, non-liquid, herbal formula that boosts T rather than just muscles.
Any Side Effects?
- If it has Side Effects, then it’s not homeopathic. The whole point of homeopathic formulas is to supply heavy, risky compounds in light, harmless dosages to remove their “chemical” effects.
Take note: You can expect no effects if you eat a meal or drink anything hot within 15 minutes of spraying Beast Anabolic Activator.
The Beast Anabolic Activator Summary
- Legal Hormones. Steroids & HGH are bad, mmmkay… unless they’re legal & safe!
- Unique Formula. We have to give props to manufacturers that shake shit up.
- Long History. Must be doing something right if it’s been around so long.
- Affordable. Thirty bucks for 6 weeks? Yea buddy!
- Controversial. Homeopathy is a cool theory… but that’s about it so far.
- Discontinued. Soon enough, this review may become irrelevant.
- Unhelpful Website. Manufacturers fail to explain how this all works.
Pricing & Buying Info
- 1 Bottle (6-week cycle): ~$30
- Available online and in retail stores
Final Word on The Beast Anabolic Activator
As it stands right now, this review gives a “There’s no right or wrong answer” conclusion. Our hunch: It must do SOMETHING to have been on the market for 20 years. Best 5 still thinks homeopathy is BS. We can’t help but to wonder if Beast has some “off label” uses — like downing a whole bottle (uh, don’t do that) — that explains both its 20-year history and sudden discontinuation. Very mysterious. If you’re not sold on homeopathy, try a more straight-forward T-booster. There are plenty other “legal, safe” options to increasing muscle mass, ya dig?