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What Is Armostrax?
Armostrax is a testosterone-boosting supplement made by SpringLife Naturals and sold worldwide. This supplement is made with vitamin B6, which may cause a small energy boost immediately after being taken. But its real power comes from the six branched-chain amino acids that act as testosterone boosters, reportedly increasing protein synthesis and improving cell metabolism. This all-natural supplement is geared towards athletes who are fasting or otherwise restricting their calories, as it fills in any crucial protein deficits and improves hormone balance for this group. However, some users may experience positive results even if they are not cutting calories at the time.
Users are instructed to take two capsules a day of Armostrax. It can be taken at any time of day, though many users suggest taking it shortly before working out. A single bottle of Armostrax contains 60 capsules, which is generally enough for a month’s supply. Some users claim that the full effects are not felt until after at least two weeks of continuous use. This supplement is designed to boost testosterone, improve strength and stamina, encourage more frequent exercise, and increase overall vitality.
Armostrax is manufactured by SpringLife Naturals, a Limited Liability Company that has its corporate headquarters in the United States. Specifically, these corporate headquarters are located in Lewes, Delaware, under the management of A.B. Menh. However, this is an international company, with manufacturing and distribution facilities that are located in the European Union and a website that is in German.
According to its label, this supplement is actually produced in the United Kingdom. Customers who need to return any bottles of this supplement are told to send them to an address in Voerde, Germany, under the name of Nathan’s Naturals, c/oRhiem Services. While this company is capable of shipping worldwide, the decentralized organization may make it hard to reach reliable customer service.
There is no evidence that SpringLife Naturals is the subject of any customer complaints, lawsuits, or recalls. They are not listed at all by the Better Business Bureau, although this may be because the company largely sells its products outside of the United States. Questions or concerns about SpringLife Naturals and their products should be sent to the customer service email address provided on their website.
How Armostrax Works?
There are two main mechanisms that power the testosterone boosters in Armostrax, and the combination works together to get better results. First, there is the small amount of vitamin B6, which eliminates any possible vitamin deficiency of this essential nutrient. Some athletes also believe that B6 gives them an extra energy boost soon after taking it, which may lead users to head to the gym more frequently.
The bulk of this Armostrax’s power comes from the six different branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs), each of which supplies an important protein to the body. There is some evidence that these proteins raise testosterone levels in men who are suffering from a diet or age-related deficiency. This makes them especially useful for bodybuilders and other athletes on a cutting regimen, who may not be getting enough of these needed proteins naturally.
Individuals are instructed to take two capsules of the supplement every day for best results. It is not necessary to take these capsules with a meal, so individuals who are fasting can still take them. Some users report feeling a difference immediately, while others report that the effects aren’t fully experienced until at least two weeks of regular use.
Ingredients of Armostrax
The testosterone boosters in Armostrax come primarily through the large quantity of various amino acids, boosted by the instant effects of vitamin B6. The latter ingredient, also known as pyridoxine, is crucial for metabolic processes as well as supporting adrenal function. There are 10 milligrams of B6 in this formula, which is 82.27% of the recommended daily value, enough to make up for any deficiencies that may occur in a typical diet.
There are six different branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) in this supplement, adding up to 322.5 milligrams in each recommended dose. Each serving contains a combination of 75 milligrams of L-Arginine, 75 milligrams of L-Leucine, 70 milligrams of L-Glutamine, 45 milligrams of L-Lysine, 30 milligrams of Isoleucine, and 27.5 milligrams of L-Valine. These amino acids work together to help synthesize protein and increase testosterone levels, supporting muscle growth and strength.
Along with these ingredients, this supplement contains the inactive ingredients Gelatin, Magnesium Stearate, and Silica. The manufacturer warns that this supplement may contain wheat, due to its being made in a shared facility with wheat products, which may be problematic for athletes with Celiac disease or gluten intolerance. The Gelatin capsule makes this supplement non-vegan and non-kosher, but it is free of artificial flavors and colors, nuts, soy, dairy, and eggs.
One advantage of Armostrax is that it is easy to take, which makes it more likely that users will continue to use it consistently and see results sooner. Individuals only need to take two pills a day to feel the effects of the vitamin and proteins, and it can be taken any time of day. Although this formula will have the greatest impact on athletes in a cutting phase of their workout, it is not necessary to take this supplement while eating or avoiding any particular foods or drinks.
Another advantage of this supplement is that it contains all-natural ingredients, which customers can be confident are proven safe and healthful. The essential B vitamin and proteins have all been studied extensively and their importance to physical health has been well established. There are no dangerous herbs or unnatural chemicals in this supplement, nor are their artificial dyes, colors, or flavors, or even calories, another benefit for those on a restricted diet.
Finally, this supplement has the advantage of containing a number of amino acids combined in a single pill, making it easier to take and possibly more effective. Users will receive over 300 milligrams of different branched-chain amino acids, rather than needing to mix and match from numerous individual supplements. Furthermore, this supplement is conveniently available in large quantities, so if you’re confident that it works for you, it is possible to stock up for a long time.
According to its label, Armostrax is manufactured in the United Kingdom, and it is distributed throughout the European Union as well as overseas. This means that it has been certified as safe for consumption and sale by the the European Food Safety Administration (EFSA), which regulates the production of dietary products including supplements. In the United Kingdom, the Food Standards Agency, under the Department of Health, certifies that all supplements are made with ingredients that are safe for use by healthy adults. Since this supplement is available internationally,it is safe to assume that it is certified by the various supplement agencies of multiple countries. This includes certification by the United States Food and Drug Administration, which is responsible for assuring Americans that supplements and other dietary products sold in the U.S. are safe for consumption.
This supplement does not claim to be certified by any independent third-party organizations, although this may be due to the fact that it is fairly new to the market. Customers are encouraged to do their own research on this product, including assessing the reviews and personal accounts from other users. While there is no free trial, the manufacturer of Armor Tax does have a generous return policy, as outlined on its website. This is a good indicator that the manufacturer is confident in the quality of their product.
Will S. from New York, US, writes:
I’ve just started taking this and it’s very easy to use. I have no jitters or upset stomach. I don’t know if it’s doing anything yet, but I will keep taking it since there are no side effects. I am looking forward to great results!
Scott L. from New Jersey, US, writes:
I’ve been taking Armostrax for six weeks now and working out a lot more than usual. I like the routine of taking the capsules right before working out. I probably won’t buy this again, but I will finish the bottles I have and don’t regret trying it.
Gene R. from Dallas, US, writes:
Since I left college I’ve gotten very fat. I decided to eat a lot less to lose the weight. A friend of mine told me I should take this so I don’t lose muscle when I diet. I’m very glad there’s a product that can help me reach my diet and weight loss goals. And since the package says it’s got testosterone boosters that’s even better!
Awards & Media Coverage
Unfortunately, Armostrax has not received a great deal of media coverage as of yet. This may be because it is a new supplement to the testosterone boosters market, or it may be because the website is written in German, limiting the scope of the international audience. There are a number of German-language reviews available online, however, with mixed reports based on personal user experiences. These reviews are largely found on German-based supplement review sights and personal fitness blogs and they vary widly in their opinions on this supplement.
The individual ingredients in this supplement have received a great deal of media attention, on the other hand, both in popular outlets and in academic research. For example, the importance of vitamin B6 has been recently covered in the Daily Mail, USA Today, and the Huffington Post Canada. The amino acid L-Arginine has been written about in Men’s Health, GQ, and Muscle and Fitness as well as being the subject of a paper in the journal Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care. L-Leucine has recently been covered by Science Daily, Nature, and the Journal of Clinical Microbiology, while L-Glutamine was lauded by Bustle magazine, Fox News, and U.S. News and World Report. L-Lysine, L-Isoleucine, and L-Valine have also received positive coverage in Men’s Fitness, NewsMax, and Wholefoods Magazine.
The makers of Armostrax have a generous return policy, although there is no specific money-back guarantee according to the website. First of all, they allow for order cancellations within one day of placing the order, and in fact, will offer a 100% refund if the cancellation is placed within 12 hours of the initial order. If the customer cancels after 12 but before 24 hours following an order’s placement, they will be refunded minus a 10% processing charge. After 24 hours it is impossible to cancel an order, but customers still have options for receiving at least a partial refund on their order.
Returns and refunds are available for a full 30 days after the order is placed, and this window can even be extended in the unusual case of a delayed delivery by contacting the customer service department. Generally, though, customers have 30 days to send back their bottles, including those that have already been opened, to receive a refund. Assuming the return is received, customers will get back their money minus a 15% recovery charge. Customers simply contact the company to inform them of their plans to return the product, then send their unused supplements, along with their name, order number, and the reason for the return, to the German mailing address that is provided on the website. Refunds will be given within 5-7 days of the packaged being received at the company’s warehouse, and customers can track the status of their returns by using the consignment number that is given to customers when they contact the customer service department about the order.
All shipments of Armostrax are sent by either UPS or DHL, depending on the size of the shipment and the location to which it is delivered. All customers who purchase a single bottle pay a flat rate of shipping of 6.99 EUR, regardless of the country to which it is shipped. However, the company is not responsible for any additional taxes, duties, or fees that are imposed by the nation it is delivered to. It also can not precisely control the delivery time for packages, since it will vary depending on the location and delivery method that. Typically, this Standard Shipping option should typically take 5-7 days.
For orders of more than one bottle, shipping is free, no matter how many bottles are ordered at once. This free worldwide shipping option may take slightly longer to be received, with a typical delivery time of 7-10 days. Customers who place larger orders can still choose to use the Standard Shipping for 6.99 EUR if they want to get the order a few days sooner. While some delays may be unavoidable, customers who do not receive their delivery in a timely fashion should promptly contact customer support to make sure that it has been sent to the right address.
There are limited options for customers who wish to contact the manufacturer of Armostrax, perhaps due to the newness of the company or to the international nature of its business. Customers are instructed to simply use an email address that is provided on the website’s Customer Service contact page, but this address connects buyers to the sales department of the company, so there may be some delay in reaching a customer service agent directly. If customers are not satisfied using the recommended email address to reach customer support, they can send paper mail to the return address provided on the website. This address, located in Germany, is intended for returning packages, but presumably, mail would also be accepted there. Customers could also try to contact the registered corporate address, located in Delaware, in the United States, but this is probably not an effective method for reaching customer support.
According to the website, the manufacturer can also be reached through a FAX number, which appears to originate from the United Kingdom. However, no telephone number is listed at all, neither a standard phone business number nor a toll-free line, which means that customers have no reliable way to actually speak with a customer service agent at all, an unusual situation. There are Facebook pages and other social media accounts that claim to be associated with this supplement, but it is unclear whether any of these allow communication with the actual manufacturer. Customers should not expect a guaranteed response from these accounts, and so are encouraged to use the email address as directed.
Safe & Secure Checkout
Ordering the Armostrax supplement on the company’s website is safe and secure, thanks to a strong 128-bit SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption, the industry standard. On the checkout page, customers information is also protected by a strong protocol and a strong cipher, although it has an obsolete key exchange. The connection also uses a valid, trusted server certificate, which means buyers can feel confident that their financial information won’t be accessed by third parties. Customers must pay for their order with a credit card, so they are also protected from identity theft and other cybercrime by the security services of the credit card they use.
There are three pricing tiers available for this supplement, depending on the size of the order placed. For customers who would like to start small and test the product out, they can buy a single bottle for 49.95 EUR. With the 6.99 EUR in shipping is added, the total for a single-bottle order is 56.94 EUR.
If customers have used Armostrax before and are already confident in its efficacy, they can save money by purchasing one of the larger packages and receive free shipping. Customers who buy two bottles of the supplement will receive one for free, paying a total of 99.90 EUR, or 33.30 EUR per bottle, a savings of 16.65 EUR. Or, for dedicated users, there is the option to buy three bottles for 149.85 EUR, which works out to the lower price of 29.97 EUR per bottle.
The flat or free shipping rate means that customers know what to expect, even for international deliveries. That said, neither the manufacturer nor the distributor is responsible for any additional taxes, duties, or fees that incur in the course of delivery. Customers are encouraged to contact the customer service department with any questions about potential charges from overseas shipping or handling.
- Armostrax is easy to use, with just two capsules a day.
- Shipping is available worldwide.
- There are no stimulants, dangerous herbs, artificial colors or dyes in this supplement.
- Armostrax may not be fully effective unless users are currently fasting.
- This supplement lacks most essential vitamins and minerals, so further supplementation may be necessary.
- The manufacturer currently has no publicly available phone number, and customer service may be difficult to reach, making the company seem less trustworthy.
Summary: Armostrax is a testosterone-boosting supplement made from vitamin B6 and six different branched-chain amino acids. This supplement is made in the United Kingdom by a U.S.-based company and distributed from Germany. The all-natural testosterone boosters in this supplement are backed by real science, especially for individuals who may be protein deficient due to fasting or other dietary restrictions. The manufacturer provides a generous return policy but may be difficult to reach.
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