To do the same shit over and over…
Sometimes you just gotta let your man hair down, take your pants off, and TURN UP–whatever in the hell that means. Because if you don’t bend a little, then eventually you break. And if you break, then you’re… well, broken.
That’s why Triple Test is switching shit up on you, getting rid of the old and filling its formula with those new-new herbs, baby… (what the hell is new-new??).
About Triple Test
Formulated by VPX (Vital Pharmaceuticals) Sports, Triple Test is the self-described “total support system for optimizing testosterone levels.” While most of the ingredients are herbs that you’ve probably never heard of, we can assure you that they’re the real deal… Maybe, we think… Formula notes:
- Exotic Botanicals: Triple Test gambles on herbs that are, for the most part, unfamiliar to the T-game. And they may have hit it BIG with these.
- B5 Favorites: Those familiar with the T-game will recognize these bad boys: Mucuna Pruriens & Boron. Hell ya, VPX.
- Proprietary Blend: For an otherwise on-point formula, VPX sorta drops the ball here with this friggin’ prop blend… At least the overall dosage is looking noice.
Triple Test Supplement Facts
|Serving Size: 3 Capsules|
Servings Per Container: 30
|Ingredients||Amount Per Serving|
|Botanical Blend||1200 mg|
|Paederia Foetida Extract (Paederia scandens) (leaves)||**|
|Tongkat ali Extract (Eurycoma longifolia) (root)||**|
|Velvet Bean (Mucuna Pruriens) (seeds) [std. to 50% L-Levodopa]||**|
|Massularia (Massularia Accuminata) (root)||**|
|Burdock Extract (Arctium Lappa) (root)||**|
|Boron (as sodium tetraborate)||212 mcg|
|Other Ingredients: Safflower Oil, Lecithin, Polyglyceryl-3 Oleate, Glyceryl monostearate, Purified Water, Hypromellose, Titanium Dioxide.|
|Directions For Triple Test: As a dietary supplement, take three capsules daily, preferably with meals. Unlike most other testosterone formulas, TRIPLE TEST™ does not need to be cycled. This is important in maintaining more consistent testosterone levels compared to products that are cycled, which greatly disrupts natural hormone balance.|
Triple Test hits nothing but T-boosts with this exotic formula.
We’ll admit it now: We’re impressed.
It’s rare to see such an exotic formula actually back itself up with research—albeit early research.
On top of the two B5 Favorites (Mucuna Pruriens & Boron), there are several “no name” exotics that we’re sure plenty of men in the Western World have never heard of. Usually when we see these types of ingredients, the RED flags go up.
But Triple Test chose their exotics wisely… well, maybe…
Botanical Blend, 1200 mg
The Botanical Blend, baby (check out that alliteration).
There are five ingredients here. Two that are common to the T-boosting game: Mucuna Pruriens & Tongkat Ali. Three that are not: Peadaria, Massularia, & Burdock.
Yet, all of them show T-boosting promise:
- Mucuna Pruriens. Supplier of L-DOPA (dopamine precursor), significantly improving dopamine, T, LH, adrenaline, and noradrenaline levels in low T men.
- Tongkat Ali. k.a “Stick of Man” (*wink wink*)—a powerful male sex-enhancer with additional benefits on free T levels & decreased stress hormone cortisol numbers.
- Paedaria. Rat research showed improvements on T & testicular health. Yet, human research is lacking (i.e. non-existent).
- Massularia. More rat research showing promise for T & sexual health, but we need more research, preferably of the human variety.
- Burdock. Improvements on libido, sex, & testosterone evidenced by (you guessed it) rat research.
Whereas the first two ingredients have been tested on men, the last three are justified strictly by animal research. Yet, at least there is some research to back up these ingredients. Inferior formulas wouldn’t even bother with it.
Boron, 212 mcg
The Boron here is simply the icing on the burger.
And it’s damn good icing, ranking at #5 on our BIG LIST of T-Boosters.
This multi-tasking mineral T-booster seems to work by:
- Blocking “T-killer” estradiol.
- Inhibiting sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG).
While Boron Citrate was the form we were looking for (rather than this sodium tetraborate), there’s enough of a dosage here to compensate for this Boron’s poor form.
VPX Sports’ Triple Test could have easily failed and statistically should have:
- When you’re playing with unfamiliar exotics in such a small formula, you’re running a high risk of failure. Especially when one of those exotics is valued at the #1 spot in the formula’s prop blend.
But Triple Test is NOT a failure and, in all honesty, is looking purdy damn good.
Will it triple your testosterone levels? No. Yet, the T-boosts it provides are varied enough to hit at T-expression from various angles, thus increasing the likelihood that Triple Test can alleviate low T conditions for many men.
Considering that most of the herbs here have been traditionally used as libido-enhancers and not performance builders, we’d have to rank this T-booster in the category of sex-enhancement.
Although, that’s not a bad category to be in, amiright??
However, it would be irresponsible of us not to point out again that the exotics used here, while promising for testosterone & sexual health, are completely unbacked by human studies. Technically, this disqualifies them from an official recommendation, because there’s a chance that they do nothing for male health.
But considering the nature of the animal research & the number of positive reviews behind Triple Test… we’re being optimistic.
Triple Test Benefits
According to VPX Sports, Triple Test’s T-boosts support:
- Sexual Health
When you’re a T-booster these are easy claims to make. They’re essentially the advantages of healthy T levels… so, no shit, VPX Sports… Yet, as we already mentioned, Triple Test’s herbs are traditional libido-boosters, so we’d be more confident in calling Triple Test a sex-enhancer than a BIG ball-dropping T-booster.
Who Takes It?
Health Doods. One of the user reviews praised this product solely on the fact that it doesn’t require cycling. That’s a valid concern and speaks to a large number of peeps who want to increase their T without any risk of God-knows-what kind of side effects.
Any Side Effects?
Zilch. Which is, like, Spanish for “nada” or something. Triple Test uses all-natural ingredients under reasonable dosages and has been hit by nada complaint reports (that we’ve found). We wouldn’t expect any significant side effects from this botanical formula.
Triple Test Summary
- Impressive Exotics. Stay tuned into the research of these herbs.
- Mucuna & Boron. These practically guarantee T-boosts.
- Adequate Dosages. At least, there’s enough to go around for these herbs.
- Prop Blend. What are the individual dosages??
- Under-Researched. We like the studies so far, but let’s see the man studies, man.
- Extract Quality? Not a true Con here, unless the extracts are actually bad.
Pricing & Buying Info
- 1 Bottle (1 month): $59.95
- Available online and in retail stores
Final Word on Triple Test
So do we recommend Triple Test? Believe it or not, after this semi-glowing review, we don’t fully recommend this T-booster. We do recommend it based on the T-boosters shown to work in humans–Mucuna, Tongkat, Boron–but until we see the final results on the other ingredients, we’re sort of in review limbo here. Even so, it still stands that this is an impressive risky formula, and if you’re down with that, then, dammit… So are we.