Because Monster Test is only for monstrous men.
Just like LSD is for hardcore psychedelics and moonshine is for genetically established rednecks, Monster Test is a T-booster designed exclusively for the heavyweight carrying, heavyweight pushing heavyweight who can take a shot or two of the heavy stuff without going down right away.
Joking aside, this T-booster might actually be too heavy for most (if not all) men.
About Monster Test
Formulated by the aggressively named Angry Supplements comes the aggressively titled Monster Test—“the latest maximum strength testosterone boosting supplement to hit the market.” And neither the name nor the ad are exaggerating: This is a monstrous test formula of maximum strength value. Formula notes:
- Monster Boosts: Monster Test supplies nearly all of our favorites plus additional T-boosts, sports aids, & sex-enhancers.
- 6-in-1 Benefits: This formula practically does it all for male health and then some, stacking up a ton of ingredients for a ton of benefits.
- HUGE Dosages: Which is a good thing for most of the ingredients, but a major RED flag for one of the minerals: Zinc.
Monster Test Supplement Facts
|Serving Size: 4 Tablets
Servings Per Container: 30
|00Ingredients||Amount Per Serving|
|Vitamin A (as Acetate)||2000 IU (40% DV)|
|Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid)||100 mg (166.6% DV)|
|Vitamin D3||128 IU (32% DV)|
|Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine)||25 mg (1250% DV)|
|Vitamin B12 (as Cobalamine)||120 mg (2000% DV)|
|Magnesium (as Magnesium Oxide)||500 mg (125% DV)|
|Zinc (as Zinc Sulfate)||50 mg (334% DV)|
|Proprietary Blend||5452 mg|
|Triphala, Garlic, Tribulus Terrestris, Horny Goat, Maca, Rhodiola Rosea, L-Argenine, Saw Palmetto, Omega 3, Tongkat Ali Ext., D-Aspartic Acid, Ginseng, Chrysin, L-Carnitine, Boron, Indole-3-Carbinol, Bulbine Natelensis, Ginkgo Biloba, Fenugreek Seed, L-Citrulline|
Dicalcium Phosphate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Stearic Acid, Solutab & Magnesium Stearate.
For maximum effect this dietary supplement is to be taken one serving (4 tablets) in the morning with breakfast and one serving (four tablets) in the afternoon or evening preferably post workout. For best results use for eight weeks.
Monster Test has heavy ass T-boosts, but Holy Zinc, Batman!
Zinc? What’s wrong with Zinc?
Absolutely nothing—the mineral is actually situated highly on our BIG LIST of T-Boosters—but Monster Test has waaay too much. And normally this isn’t a big deal, but ingesting upwards of 100 mg Zinc daily over time has been linked with prostate issues.
Normal dosages range around 15 – 25 mg daily, so this is sort of frustrating that an otherwise very impressive formula risks serious side effects by overloading one of its minerals (and supplying it in its riskiest form: Zinc Sulfate).
But let’s see where the real T-boosts are coming from:
Proprietary Blend, 5452 mg
First things first: Yes, this blend has the T-boosts.
And they’re heavily-dosed as well, coming in at a hot 5452 mg.
But because this is a prop blend, we don’t know exactly how much each ingredient is getting or (more importantly) whether or not each ingredient is getting enough. So instead we usually rate these blends by the order (and thus priority) of their ingredients.
The highest ordered ingredients are:
- Triphala. Ayurvedic remedy shown to help female sexual health.
- Garlic. Rat research shows significant T-boosting promise.
- Tribulus Terrestris. Popular T-booster that doesn’t boost T (but does boost boners).
These ingredients show decent potential for male health, but they’re sort of an unorthodox trio (with exception to Tribulus). We’re not sure how much power Triphala & Garlic supplementation will have on male sexual health, but they seem like positives to us.
Other notable T-boosters include: D-Aspartic Acid (our favorite T-booster), Boron, Tongkat Ali, Saw Palmetto, Rhodiola Rosea, Ginkgo Biloba & Fenugreek.
On top of those you’ll see Nitric Oxide boosters (L-Arginine & L-Citrulline) as well as other sex/performance-enhancing herbs (Horny Goat Weed, Maca, & Ginseng).
The only ingredients we outright don’t like are Chrysin (doesn’t work), Indole-3-Carbinol (questionable effect on sex hormones), & Bulbine Natalensis (risk of liver damage). But these are massively outweighed by ingredients that we do like.
Alright, let’s unpack what just unpacked.
Because Monster Test truly is a monster T-booster. There’s a lot to unpack with this long-listed, heavily-dosed formula. And most of it is actually good—although, we do need to touch upon that whole Zinc thing again.
In total, the T-boosters that we’re looking at here include:
- D-Aspartic Acid, Zinc, Vitamin D, Boron, Fenugreek, Tongkat Ali, Rhodiola Rosea, Saw Palmetto, Vitamin B6, & Ginkgo Biloba.
Triphala & Garlic aren’t included on that list, because, although they have promising research, we’ll need more centered on male health before giving them a full pass here. Otherwise, we’re seeing such a massive number of T-boosters (4 of which are on our Top 5 List), that even if some of them aren’t dosed high enough, odds are that some of them will still have an effect on T.
Normally, we’d dock points for having too many ingredients, but Monster Test’s monster dosages give us confidence in their formula. Although, we’d prefer for them to remove the questionables: Chrysin, Indole-3-Carbinol, Bulbine Natalensis…
However, speaking of monster dosages, that Zinc… it’s a lot. Way, way a lot—especially if the directions call for two servings a day (50 mg x 2 daily). That’s definitely in the danger zone of Zinc supplementation. We’d hate to call that a deal-breaker, considering the huge list of qualified T-boosts… but it might be.
At the least, this isn’t a T-booster for the little guys. This is a monster booster for monster men. So make sure you’re already packing enough man meat to handle the extra milligrams of Zinc (and even then take extreme caution with any additional Zinc intake).
Monster Test Benefits
Aside from increasing testosterone, Monster Test claims to work as a “6-in-1” T-booster, purporting these 6 benefits:
- Helps with libido
- Can help build muscle mass
- May improve stamina
- Designed to improve mood
- Can help support your joints
- Good for pump and motivation
Aside from “joints” & “pump”, these benefits can be accomplished by simply increasing your T levels—however, Monster Test does provide additional joint- & pump-supporting ingredients, making it a prime booster for BIG, MONSTROUS men.
Who Takes It?
BIG, MONSTROUS MEN. As in your Brock Lesnar or Jon Jones-type of men. Not that men of lighter stature are any less monstrous than heavier doods (SEE: Conor McGregor), but you’ll want the weight handle the milligrams in this product.
Any Side Effects?
We mentioned the big risk at least a few times now: Zinc’s association with prostate issues. Other than that we can’t imagine there being too much to cause worry. Mild side effects may include:
- Upset Stomach
- The “Runs” (due to the Sulfate)
Take note that there are no reports of complaints with regards to Monster Test, but there are a decent number of positive reviews.
Monster Test Summary
- BIG-Time Boosts. Up there with other BEST for TEST boosters.
- 6-in-1 Benefits. Monster Test backs up the talk with HUGE dosages.
- Affordable. Twenty bucks?? What’s the catch…
- Zinc Overload. This is waaay too much. Practically inadvisable.
- Questionable Ingredients. Bulbine Natalensis. I3C. Not necessary here.
- Proprietary Blend. The individual ingredient dosages would be helpful.
Pricing & Buying Info
- 1 Bottle (1 month): $19.99
- Available online and in retail stores
Final Word on Monster Test
We warned you before and we’ll warn you again: Too much Zinc is RISKY. So, if you want to run that risk after reading this review, that’s on you. Otherwise, there are plenty of solid T-boosters and performance-enhancers in this blend. So many that we only recommend this to monster-sized men.
Due to some confusion over the directions of Monster Test, we are posting where we got our information from. Specifically, this label:
As you will see, it recommends 4X tablets in the morning and 4X tablets in the afternoon and evening.
When we looked closer at the Monster Test label to confirm its directions, we noted some pretty bad typos, which are highlighted here:
These typos make Monster Test look dumb.
The last one especially: “Do recommended for female consumption.” First off, it’s “recommended.” But worse, Monster Test’s typo and poor grammar make it impossible to figure out what they mean. Is it recommended for female consumption or not???
These label errors we discovered on second review are so careless that we ended up deducting a full star from our Monster Test review. Because if they are that careless and sloppy in their directions, we have serious doubts about the quality of the supplement itself.