Androbolix 300 Review
The ideal testosterone booster, or any dietary supplement for that matter, would give perfect results without causing any side effects.
Many companies claim to have created a product that does just that, but a majority, if not all of them fall flat.
Like so many others before it, Androbolix 300 by BioRhythm is another supplement designed to provide results without adverse effects.
The designers of Androbolix 300 claim to have formulated their product so that you can see results like increased testosterone levels and heavier muscle mass without having to endure any side effects.
That sounds like a miracle supplement if it actually works – but let’s take a closer look and compare what the makers say about Androbolix 300 and what we discovered.
What They Claim
In addition to what was said above, here are some of the claims we found on the official website for Androbolix 300:
• Androbolix 300 “will lead to more muscle growth, increased recovery, and better muscle maintenance.”
• You will experience anabolic effects and increased protein synthesis.
• Androbolix 300 contains ingredients that will “blast testosterone levels through the roof.”
• “Due to the fact it (Androbolix 300) stimulates the body’s natural testosterone levels; the stress on the liver is minimal.”
While these claims sound great. We did our own research into Androbolix 300 to see how effective and safe it really is.
What We Found
Here are the active ingredients we found in Androbolix 300 and their intended purpose.
• Tribulus Terrestris: Testosterone booster.
• Eurycoma Longfolia: Testosterone booster.
• Bioperine: Increases bioavailability.
Ingredients like eurycoma longfolia are common among testosterone boosting supplements. However, we found some downsides to these ingredients.
Testing was done using tribulus terrestris on 22 Australian male rugby players. They were all told to continue heavy resistance training and half were given tribulus terrestris extract while the other half took a placebo capsule.
Results showed no difference in testosterone levels between those that were given the extract and those that took the placebo.
Additionally, testing was done to show eurycoma longfolia as being poorly bioavailable, meaning the body doesn’t absorb it well. However, the bioperine is designed to counter that.
Finally, the original formula for Androbolix 300 was redesigned due to poor sales. Many customer reviews showed unsatisfied users who argued the ingredients were too weak. We have no reason to believe the current ingredients are any better.
How to Use Androbolix 300
In order to get the best results, you’ll want to take two capsules before your next workout and an additional two capsules before bed with 8 oz. of water. If you’re on an off day and not working out for a particular reason, then you should take all four capsules before bed.
Manufacturers also recommend to cycle the formula every 5 days with a 24 hour gap between cycles.
I have to admit, this is one of the most unusual recommendations I’ve seen for a testosterone booster. Most supplements that are designed to be taken before a workout contain energy boosting ingredients to enhance your performance, and consequently they should never be taken before bed as they may cause restlessness and insomnia.
Oddly enough, Androbolix is meant to be taken at night to increase testosterone production (night is when hormone production is at its peak) – which is understandable, but all 4 capsules at once?
If it’s safe enough to take all 4 capsules at one time, then what good would it do to split up the dosage before a workout – especially if the ingredients do nothing to increase energy levels?
What About Safety?
Here’s another concern I have about Androbolix 300. The herb Eurycoma Longifolia has been known to cause insomnia when taken in large amounts. If you’re supposed to take the supplement at night, doesn’t that increase your risk of experiencing insomnia?
It doesn’t quite add up.
Additionally, Tribulus Terrestris, though considered safe for use, is also known for causing stomach upset, nausea, and mood swings.
The warning label explicitly states: “Reduce or discontinue use if sleeplessness, tremors, dizziness, nervousness, headaches, or heart palpitations occur,” so I would definitely exercise a little caution before using Androbolix 300.
Androbolix 300 is not cheap, despite the fact the ingredients used inside the supplement are. A 120 capsule bottle of Androbolix 300 sells for $129.99 at GNC.com, luckyvitamin.com, and Amazon.com – which is more than double the price of some of the most effective testosterone boosters listed on this website.
Advertisements state that “BioRhythm is a premier product line formulated with fitness goals, not production cost, in mind” but I can’t help but wonder if the manufacturers are shortchanging you on this one.
Contacting Customer Service
Currently the only moneyback guarantee you’ll find with this product is through the second-party distributor’s individual policies rather than the official manufacturers. Fortunately, GNC.com offers a 30 day guarantee on all of its products, so if you’re still interested in this product you might be better off going through them.
However, you can attempt to contact the staff at BioRhythm via the following information:
3000 Casteel Drive
Coraopolis, PA, 15108
It would be great to own a product that truly does provide numerous benefits without any risk of side effects. While Androbolix 300 contains natural ingredients and is relatively safe, we do not think you will actually see results from using it.
What really pushes this product over the edge is the price, $129.99. You can find other testosterone boosters for half that price and still contain some of the same ingredients. We recommend saving your time and money and shop elsewhere.