Level M2 has only 3 ingredients… and all of them fail as T-boosters.
It’s like the test-booster equivalent of a baseball player striking out on three pitches, and then shuffling back to the dugout with his head hanging in shame.
But as a male performance-enhancer in the gym and the bedroom, M2 might have some strong value.
How can this be? Let’s dig in to Level M2 and find out.
About Level M2
Level M2 (styled as LEVEL:M2) is marketed as an all-natural, “clean,” testosterone boosting supplement that emphasizes benefits for lean muscle, sex drive, energy, and physical recovery. Formula notes:
- 3 Ingredients: With just Fenugreek, Tribulus & Deer Antler, Level M2 is a super-simple formula in a land of complex T-boosters.
- Puzzling dosages: Level M2’s ingredients are questionable, and dosages are really all over the map… but more on that later.
- “Doctor Assisted Formula”: We have no idea what this means, but we highly doubt that a doctor formulated this product. Unless it was a witch doctor.
Level M2 Supplement Facts
|Ingredients||Amount Per Serving|
|Deer Antler||125 mg|
|Other Ingredients: gelatin capsule|
Red Flag: The LEVEL:M2 website is filled with Neanderthal-grade English that makes us question their self-proclaimed “Intelligent Approach” to testosterone. Check it out, straight from the Level M2 website:
While bad grammar is incriminating, the real shit show is apparent when we analyze Level M2’s formula.
How to Mess Up a Testosterone-Booster Formula in 3 Easy Steps, By Level M2.
Level M2 does it by choosing herbals that are largely ineffective for T and then presenting them in haphazard dosages that just don’t make sense. Let’s check out their formula choices.
Tribulus, 625 mg
Research on Tribulus’s testosterone impact is conflicted. We do not consider it to be an effective test-booster. However, Tribulus is well-established for helping with male sex drive, virility and performance… so you might get something out of taking it.
- Note: At the recommended 3X daily servings, Level M2 supplies 1875 mg of Tribulus, a high dosage. This might be OK since they use plain Tribulus powder, which is weaker than standardized forms of the herb.
Fenugreek, 200 mg
Fenugreek might give your test-levels a little bump, but at the expense of depleting DHT (Dihydrotestosterone), another male sex hormone that’s just as important–if not MORE important–than testosterone.
Fenugreek is great for sex drive, physical performance, muscle recovery, virility, and some other aspects of men’s health. Fenugreek is not a terrible herb or anything, but it’s just OK as a testosterone booster.
- Note: Level M2’s recommended 3X daily servings will supply 600 mg Fenugreek. This is a very low dosage, especially considering they are using plain powdered Fenugreek.
Deer Antler, 125mg
Deer Antler Velvet is a “T-Booster” ingredient to avoid at all costs. Just don’t take it! First off, human research shows that it does NOT boost testosterone. It might help to accelerate muscle & injury recovery, and has seems to have benefits for athletic performance.
- The big pitfall? Deer Antler velvet is banned by the US Anti-Doping Agency and World Anti-Doping Agency. It’s just not worth it, and is a lousy choice for a test-booster supplement with only 3 ingredients.
For a so-called “testosterone-boosting” formula, Level M2 is shockingly absent of T-boosters.
Of the three ingredients used, Fenugreek would have the best shot at bringing a slight testosterone bump. But Level M2 only uses a low-end dose of plain (low-potency) powdered herb.
For some reason Level M2 supplies a BIG dose of Tribulus, which means big male potency benefits that make it feel like you have more testosterone.
As for the Deer Antler Velvet, well, that’s just not a T-booster. Not even close! But every athlete knows about Deer Antler Velvet’s controversy and mystique, which may compel some to buy Level M2.
Level M2 might have redeemed themselves a little if they had formulated with high-quality ingredients. But there’s no standardized herbal nutrition, there’s no premium branded ingredients. It looks like they just used the cheapest-possible forms of poorly chosen ingredients. Booooo.
Level M2 Benefits
It might help with male performance in the bedroom, and it might offer some sports-nutrition benefits related to recovery. But none of these potential benefits could be attributed to an increase in testosterone levels. If Level M2 works at all, it is by pathways unrelated to testosterone.
Who Takes It?
Athletes. Level M2 is throwing heavy marketing strategies at amateur and pro-athletes alike, with testimonials from wanna-be athletes and body builders, along with a flashy endorsement from an NFL pro.
Any Side Effects?
Probably. The Fenugreek is fine; it is a well-tolerated herb. We’re a little sketched out by Level M2’s Tribulus, just because the dosage seems so high. And Deer Antler Velvet? Well, one possible side effect would be failing a drug test if you’re an athlete. Deer Antler is a harsh, controversial supplement that may carry additional side effects, too.
Level M2 Summary
- Simple. 3 ingredients; fewer interactions & bigger doses possible
- Transparent. We like that they show all dosages; nothing hidden
- Dosage: Misses the “sweet spot”; one is way too high, another too low…
- Deceptive: Swanky website & celebrity endorsement… but no research
- Claims: Website has some over-the-top, unsubstantiated health claims
- Low-Quality: No standardized, concentrated, or premium herbals here
- Banned Substance: Watch out for Deer Antler Velvet if you’re an athlete
Pricing & Buying Info
- 1 Bottle: (1 month): $29.99 with $4.95 shipping
- 2 Bottles: $49.99 with $4.95 shipping
- 3 Bottles: $68.99 with free shipping
- Available online & in retail stores
Final Word on Level M2
Level M2 looks like it was formulated by picking ingredients and dosages out of a hat. It’s not cutting-edge. It won’t “skyrocket” your test levels. It’s crap, and we insist that you avoid it. No, really… we insist.