Anthro – “human”
Plex – “having parts or units”
Meaning this supplement translates to “having human parts or units.” This is nonsense. Nipples are technically anthroplex by this literal translation. And there’s a reason we don’t see people swarming to the stores for nipple supplements.
Okay, bad analogy. But you get it.
Anthroplex might be a confusing name because this is a confusing supplement. The particular point of confusion: what’s the point of this supplement? Especially considering that Infowars already sells a superior male vitality enhancing supplement.
Let’s check the review to find out.
Manufactured by Infowars, AnthroPlex is a male vitality enhancer designed to accompany Infowars’ other, more superior male vitality enhancer Super Male Vitality. In fact, Super Male Vitality is so much more superior to AnthroPlex that we’re wondering why this one is being sold. (Could it be money?) Formula notes:
- Alex Jones: AnthroPlex is another male supplement suggested by the one and only Alex Jones to fight “the globalist agenda against male vitality.”
- Proprietary: AnthroPlex hides its ingredients beneath a low dosed proprietary blend, except for 1 mg of zinc …which is a very small amount of zinc.
- Natural and Raw: All natural ingredients. Raw powder botanicals. This is great for AnthroPlex’s organic status but not for its potency and quality.
AnthroPlex Supplement Facts
|Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings Per Container: 60
|Ingredients||Amount Per Serving|
|Zinc Orotate||1 mg (6% DV)|
|Proprietary Blend||710 mg|
|Horny Goat Weed (leaf), Tribulus Terrestris (fruit), Tongkat Ali – Longjack (root), Fulvic Powder|
Organic gum acacia, Kosher certified vegetarian capsules
Take one serving (one capsule) in the morning and one serving (one capsule) in the evening with purified water.
AnthroPlex is the cap companion to Super Male Vitality; the sidekick that tries but, I mean…
Not all sidekicks are welcome. I get that Robin saved Batman many times, but many other times it seems Batman works better alone. AnthroPlex helps Super Male Vitality, sure …but it’s not absolutely necessary to the Infowars male vitality design. For instance:
- Zinc Orotate – The number two ingredient on our BIG List of T-Boosters for its direct contribution to test synthesis, yet 1 mg is nowhere near enough to accomplish anything significant for male health.
What’s the point of this? There’s a chance this zinc may be an extension of the shilajit extraction below, but all the same: more zinc would be nice. Regardless, let’s check out the proprietary blend.
Proprietary Blend, 710 mg
Four ingredients sharing 710 mg. This allows for a potential 177.5 mg per ingredient, which …eh, isn’t so great. Twice per day increases this to 355 per ingredient daily, which isn’t bad, but still isn’t great given the generally poor quality of these ingredients, almost all of which are presented as plain powders:
Horny Goat Weed – Male goat vitality. Damn right. Also, Horny Goat Weed enhances human vitality as well, from a sex and libido angle …but not testosterone. HGW may work as a testosterone mimic but it does not increase the hormone itself.
Tribulus Terrestris – The most popular testosterone boosting ingredient is not a testosterone booster. But it does effectively enhance feelings of male vitality, which, again, seems to be the primary focus of this male enhancement supplement. So, fair enough, Infowars.
Tongkat Ali – This Malaysian herb optimizes both vitality and male hormones, namely testosterone and stress hormone cortisol — at least during conditions of moderate stress. A potentially great ingredient for the muscle building bodybuilder.
Fulvic Acid – Sourced from Shilajit, a mineral tar that builds on rocks, fulvic acid is great for male muscle replenishment and testosterone expression. One of the better options for male health.
Solid choices for male vitality. Not quite the BEST for test boosters we’d expect of a big-time male vitality booster, but decent all the same.
We’re fans of Super Male Vitality. (Ditto for Androtrex, which is the same exact formula). But AnthroPlex? The best we can say is we like its ingredients on an individual basis. However, the formula does a poor job at stacking them.
Two reasons for this statement:
- The Proprietary Blend – it hides the individual ingredient dosages.
- The Overall Dosage – it’s lame.
Horny Goat Weed enhances male vitality. Tribulus enhances male vitality. Tongkat ali and Fulvic acid enhance male vitality (and testosterone status). But 710 milligrams of these ingredients does not do much for anything.
Begging the question: What is the point of this supplement?
The Alex Jones line of supplements is actually one of the better supplement lines on the market. However, AnthroPlex, which is offered as a supplement to their leading male supplement, isn’t all that necessary. It’s not bad, but there are plenty other prime options with better ingredients that do a better job of enhancing male vitality and testosterone.
“AnthroPlex is formulated to support normal hormone balance and boost vitality in men.” AnthroPlex passes on the second part (“boost vitality”) but not quite on the first (“normal hormone balance”). It may slightly help male hormone balance but not to any major significant ALPHA extreme-o levels. Not enough to have the globalists shaking.
Bear in mind that AnthroPlex is offered by Infowars as a companion piece to Super Male Vitality, which, frankly, is better than AnthroPlex. If you had to choose between the two, we recommend Super Male Vitality.
Who Takes It?
Super Males. As in males already supplementing Super Male Vitality. If you have the money to supplement AnthroPlex, you should first spend that money on Super Male Vitality. If you have more money, then, sure, go for AnthroPlex. (Or save it towards your mortgage or something.)
Any Side Effects?
Nope. The Infowars Store listing of AnthroPlex holds an absurdly high number of customer reviews, upwards of 650+, and most of them are absurdly positive as well, indicating no serious risks of side effects. Amazon only has 10+ customer reviews, which make Infowars’ 650+ questionable …but at least Amazon’s reviews hold no reports of side effects as well.
AnthroPlex Review Summary
- Infowars. Love them or hate them, they make good supplements.
- Natural. These natural ingredients have a long history of enhancing male vitality.
- Customer Reviews. We’re somewhat skeptical on this point, but the Infowars page holds a yuuuge number of positive customer reviews.
- Pointless. Super Male Vitality does not need this companion supplement.
- Proprietary. WHAT ARE THE INGREDIENTS’ DOSAGES, ALEX.
- Poor Quality. Plain powder lacks the powerful potency of herbal extracts.
Pricing and Where to Buy
- 1 Bottle (1 month): $39.95
- Available on Amazon and the Infowars Store
Currently, Infowars sells AnthroPlex for $29.95 — a 25.03% savings. Additionally, the supplement bears a “BACK IN STOCK” label, indicating this may be a limited time only thing (or just great marketing).
Final Word on AnthroPlex
If you already have Super Male Vitality and you’re thinking why the eff not? …then why the eff not? Go for it. These are decent, well-researched ingredients — even if they’re low quality and low quantity. For that, we don’t recommend this as a standalone supplement. We really don’t recommend it as a supplement to Super Male Vitality …so, yeah.