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- All Natural Formula
- Contains Proven T-Boosting Ingredients
- Discounts Available
- Suitable For All Ages 18-80
- Guarantee Covers Opened Bottles
- Weak Dose Of Essential Vitamin D3
- No Magnesium
- Short Guarantee Period
- Premium Price
- Lack Of User Feedback
TestoTEK v2.0 Review
Does TestoTEK v2.0 Live Up To Its Promises?
TestoTEK is a naturally formulated testosterone booster made by Tek Naturals, sold as an all round T-booster that is (the makers claim) equally as effective at building muscle in young fit men, as it is in helping slightly older guys to boost their energy, strength and libido.
Recently reformulated, the latest version (v2.0) has seen some improvements, but has the new, formula really improved it that much?
We Find Out
The Formula in TestoTEK
The makers fully disclose whats in their formula, a massive tick in our box. Too many makers hide the real truth about their formula behind those hated, undisclosed proprietary blends.
Each Serving of TestoTEK contains:
- Vitamin D3 2000iu
- Pantothenic Acid 10mg
- Zinc Oxide 25mg
- Vitamin K 50mcg
- Vitamin B6 50mg
- D-Aspartic Acid 2000mg
- Mucuna Pruriens 175mg
- Stinging Nettle 100mg
- Vitamin B2 20mg
- Fenugreek 75mg
- Oyster Body Extract 70mg
- Siberian Ginseng 50mg
The new formula now also uses plant based capsules which now makes the product suitable for vegetarians and vegans
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How To Take TestoTEK
The daily serving is 4 capsules, the official website gives no definitive guidelines as to how and when you should take. We suggest taking 1 capsule with your 3 main meals and one before bed.
What Do Users Say?
It’s actually hard to find any independent user reviews out there. Even the Amazon listing has no user feedback, which is decidedly unusual. With the lack of actual feedback, its impossible to know just how users are getting on with it.
Any Side Effects Reported?
There are no reports of any adverse side effects. Looking at the formula, there is nothing in the mix that should cause any issues.
Where To Buy TestoTEK
The product is available both from Amazon, and also direct from the official manufacturers website, buying direct, a bottle containing 120 capsules ( a 30 day supply) will cost you $69.00, (in the UK, Amazon sell for £55). You can save $10 per bottle by signing up to an auto ship monthly subscription.
Cash Back Guarantee?
When buying direct the makers do offer a 30 day cash back guarantee, this does apply to opened bottles too. Amazon and other sellers will have their own, possibly different return and refund policies.
There is no getting away from the fact that TestoTEK contains some decent Testosterone boosting ingredients. With this in mind, we are sure that it should deliver some decent results for many of its users.
We do have a number of comments regarding its formula, that do (in our eyes) let it down especially when compared to some of the other products that we have reviewed.
We start with the amount of crucial Vitamin D3 in the formula. Containing 2000iu per serving, its not a bad dose, but its less than half of whats found in other top rated products,
The makers do not appear to include any Magnesium in the formula. This is a surprise omission, especially when its well documented just how crucial Magnesium is. It forms part of the tried and trusted ZMA combination of Vitamin B6, Zinc and Magnesium, so we ask, why leave Magnesium out and include the other 2? it’s a strange omission.
Everything else is pretty good – D-aspartic acid, Fenugreek, Nettle root, Ginseng and Mucuna Pruriens (great for libido) are all top class T-boosting ingredients.
The guarantee period does not give you really long enough to try and evaluate the product, it has to be returned within 30 days to qualify for a refund. Some other products offer up to 3 times more time (90 days).
To Sum up… TestoTEK is not a bad product, far from it, and if you decide to buy and take it, we are sure that it will help boost your testosterone levels to some point.
Because of the lower dose of Vitamin D3 and the fact that it lacks Magnesium, it’s not as powerful (and therefore not as effective) as it could be, certainly when compared to a product like Testofuel as an example.
Should Help Boost Testosterone – But Slightly Lacking In Potency.