Super Test by Beast Sports Nutrition Review
Beast Sports Super Test is not only a testosterone booster, it’s also a liver and kidney support supplement.
As such, it promises to help you boost libido, strength and muscle gains, along with aiding in your overall health.
However, due to its aggressive dosage methods and incomplete ingredient profile, we’ll have to disagree on some of its claims.
Have a look at the full review below…
> Stinging Nettle Root has been shown to aid in testosterone production, along with raising libido
> Ashwagandha helps combat cortisol
> Uses a proprietary blend which masks the ingredients that are inside of it (you can’t see their individual dosages).
> You have to follow an aggressive 8 weeks on, 4 weeks off dosage method, which isn’t ideal for raising testosterone in the long run and can produce negative side effects.
> Missing real T-boosting ingredients (Vitamin D3, D-Aspartic Acid, Oyster Extract…)
Today we’re reviewing Super Test by Beast Sports Nutrition, a mighty testosterone booster, and all-around general health formula.
That’s right, it’s a supplement that not only raises your manly hormone. It also improves your libido, strength, and even kidney and liver function!
So with all of these promised benefits, we had no other choice than to review this supplement ourselves and see if it lives up to the hype.
In this complete and exclusive review, we explain Super Test’s results, ingredients, side effects, and how to use the product.
See it for yourself:
Pros and Cons of Super Test by Beast Sports Nutrition
- Uses Ashwagandha and Rhodiola which help reduce cortisol.
- Stinging Nettle Root is beneficial for libido and testosterone production.
- Uses a proprietary blend which masks the dosage of each ingredient inside.
- Lack of real T-boosters, such as Vitamin D3 and D-Aspartic Acid.
- You should cycle the supplement on and off every 8 weeks, which prevents you from achieving results in the long run.
Beast Sports Nutrition Super Test promises a wide range of benefits, some of them are;
- Professional Strength Support
- Testosterone Boost
- Improved Sexual Health
- Enhanced Liver and Kidney Function
By looking at these benefits, it’s clear that this isn’t just a testosterone booster – but also a general health supplement.
However, these types of supplements tend to sacrifice their quality for quantity. Meaning, they put many ingredients that have their unique benefits, but each ingredient is severely underdosed. Think of these supplements as “Jack of all trades, master of none.”
We’ll soon find out if that’s the case with Super Test by Beast Sports Nutrition.
Dosage | How To Use
Super Test by Beast Sports Nutrition should be taken twice per day; 3-4 capsules on an empty stomach in the morning, and 3-4 capsules before your evening meal.
After 8 weeks of continual use, you should take at least a 4-week break from Super Test, according to their producers. We’re not sure why this is the case; perhaps it contains some aggressive ingredients?
We’ll soon find out!
When looking at Super Test’s ingredient list, you can see right away there are some positives and some negatives to it.
Let’s tackle the positives first; we have Fenugreek and Stinging Nettle Root, which help support your testosterone and libido levels. We also have Ashwagandha which helps combat cortisol, an arch-enemy of testosterone.
As for the negatives, this product contains a proprietary blend, which is never a good thing to see. Basically, proprietary blends are a mix of ingredients that only show you their combined quantity/dosage. This isn’t good, because you can’t see the dosage of each individual ingredient in the product.
This means, this product can have an underdosed ingredient and you won’t even know it. Worse yet, some ingredients could use too high doses, and if you’re sensitive, they can wreak havoc in your body.
Proprietary blends scream ‘insecurity.’ If the producers were confident in their ingredients, they would clearly show their dosages for you to see.
But since Super Test uses a proprietary blend, there’s obviously something in the product that they’re trying to hide.
Pro-Testosterone Support Factors
This is the first blend of ingredients. Fortunately, it’s not a proprietary blend, so we can see all of the ingredients and their individual doses.
In the blend, we have;
Fenugreek is the best ingredient in Super Test. It helps support your hormone levels and it also slightly boosts libido.
Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb which helps your body combat stress.
If you may or may not already know, your body produces cortisol when under stress. Although cortisol is beneficial to us in healthy amounts, too much of it can do a lot more harm than good in your body.
One of the worst things cortisol does is it destroys muscle tissue and also lowers your testosterone levels. So by lowering cortisol, Ashwagandha indirectly helps you preserve some of your testosterone.
Male Support Complex
Beware, here comes the proprietary blend! We’re sad to say this, but everything that’s good about this product stops here. You can’t see the ingredients’ dosage, which means it’s impossible to tell how effective they are.
To save you time and not to bore you to death, we’ll only mention the most important ingredients in this blend.
Let’s have a look:
Tribulus is a plant that’s been used for thousands of years in Indian medicine. It’s long thought to possess magical powers when it comes to boosting testosterone, libido, and sex drive.
However, while it might slightly boost libido, Tribulus has no effects on your testosterone at all. What’s worse, studies reveal that this plant can potentially cause your prostate to grow in size.
So unless you’re looking for some prostate aggravation, avoid Tribulus at all costs.
Rhodiola Rosea Root Extract
Rhodiola Rosea is another powerful adaptogen, just like Ashwagandha. It works at reducing cortisol, inflammation, and also improves strength in your workouts.
However, in order for Rhodiola to be effective, you’d need to take around 288-680mg of it every day. This means, the half of this blend would need to be filled with Rhodiola for it to have any effect on you.
Since this blend contains so many ingredients, it’s highly unlikely that Rhodiola takes up half of the blend. Which means it’s very unlikely it’ll have any effect on you.
Cissus is an ancient medicine that helps with joint and bone health. It’s great if you’re an athlete and lift heavy in the gym, but otherwise, it has not much use in a testosterone booster.
And since it’s a part of a proprietary blend (who would’ve guessed?!), it also means that we can’t see its dosage or how effective it will be at doing its job.
Nitric Oxide Factor
Agmatine Sulfate (as AGmass™)
Agmatine Sulfate is basically a metabolite of L-Arginine. It’s supposed to improve your nitric oxide levels, delivering you better muscle pumps.
However, the oral bioavailability of L-Arginine and its metabolites is poor, meaning it will have very little effect on you.
Not to mention this has nothing to do with boosting low testosterone.
Polygonum Cuspidatum (Japanese Knotweed)
Japanese Knotweed is a strange addition to a testosterone booster. Some people think it can lower estrogen levels, however, studies disprove this claim.
The only benefit of this herb is that it has the potential to reduce inflammation in the body. Again, nothing to do with a testosterone booster.
White Button Mushrooms (Agaricus bisporus)
White Button Mushrooms are the most commonly eaten mushrooms in the United States and Europe.
They’re good for heart health and even your immune system, but that’s about as good as they get.
If you were looking for a boost in testosterone, these mushrooms will disappoint you!
Liver & Kidney Factors
This blend contains Milk Thistle and Cranberry extract.
These ingredients have shown to aid liver function, especially in alcoholics and people with a damaged liver.
However, there’s no need for such ingredients in a testosterone booster, since best T-boosters contain safe and natural ingredients that pose no harm to your liver, kidneys, or any other organ.
There’s only one ingredient in this blend that’s worth mentioning, and that’s Stinging Nettle Root.
This is a decent ingredient for raising your testosterone levels, and it also helps reduce inflammation in the body.
What Others Say
“Beast Super Test. It looked great in the reviews I read, and watched, but after I tried it for myself I can say I was disappointed. Don’t get me wrong it still worked a little and I stand by Beast in that they are a great company, but this just is not my favorite. I didn’t see much of what it promised and the test gains were minimal. Also, the pills are giant and you have to take 3-4 2x a day.” – texasfighter (Bodybuilding.com Customer)
“Seem to be effective I’ve only been using it for a few days now. So we will have to see the longterm benefit is.” – Reckenball (Bodybuilding.com Customer)
“Had high hopes as Beast is a great brand, however didn’t quite provide me with what I expected. Did work slightly though.” – WhosJoeMama (Bodybuilding.com Customer)
There are no reported side effects from using Super Test by Beast Sports Nutrition.
Although it uses aggressive dosage methods, it looks like the product is completely safe for you to take!
However, don’t forget to take 4-week breaks after every 2 months of using this supplement – otherwise, you could be the first person to report side effects from it!
Conclusion to Super Test by Beast Sports Nutrition
Super Test by Beast Sports Nutrition is one of those products that promises a wide array of benefits, but doesn’t deliver fully on any of those.
It claims to boost your strength, libido, and testosterone. Along with boosting your kidney, liver, and overall health function.
However, it uses incomplete profile, one that contains a proprietary blend which hides the dosage of its ingredients.
It also has an aggressive dosage frequency, where you have to take 2-3 huge pills, 2 times per day. It would be much better if you’d take 1 pill, 3-4 times per day for example.
While the product does have ingredients like Fenugreek, Ashwagandha, and Stinging Nettle Root, it simply has too many downsides, making it unable to compete with the best testosterone boosters on the market.