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- Muscle XTX
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What Is Muscle XTX?
Muscle XTX is a testosterone booster designed to enhance results of bodybuilding. Listed benefits include increased ability to develop lean, cut muscle, increased ability to lose fat, increased the blood flow throughout the body, and increases energy for an ability to work out longer in the gym. It is made to go along with a good diet and increased intensity and length of time during workouts.
You are to take two capsules per day with any meal, approximately one hour before workouts for maximum increased energy in the gym. The ingredients are natural and contain Amino Acids which are known to increase Nitric Oxide in the body. The N.O. increase leads to increased blood circulation in the body. This increase leads to more endurance during weight lifting, and better results due to the ability to produce prolonged workouts. The amino acids found in the product can also be found in food however, leaving one to wonder if they need the supplement in the first place.
Muscle XTX has no manufacturer listed on their site, and their site is the only place you can purchase the product. There is a phone number and email under the Contact Us section where you can ask questions or raise concerns. One you might want to raise is who makes the product and also where it is made. There is an address also listed, but it is a return address and therefore it’s uncertain that this is the place where the product was made.
How Muscle XTX Works?
Muscle XTX is a capsule that can be taken with any meal, breakfast lunch or dinner. It should be taken 1 capsule twice per day. Also they should be taken one hour before each workout session for maximum results, and should be consumed with an extra amount of water for hydration. If taken shortly before the workout session, the energy from the capsule will be more productive during the workout and help you to perform longer.
Results should be seen within a few weeks of starting the supplement. So the free trial period of 18 days might not be long enough to see improvements and you might need to pay for the product to see if it works. It is not designed for people under the age of 18 or for those taking a prescription given by a doctor. You are not to take more than the recommended amount as it might produce negative side effects as it could cause severe illness. What kind of illness isn’t listed, but that doesn’t sound good whatever it is, so you probably will want to avoid taking more of the supplement in hopes of seeing more results.
Ingredients of Muscle XTX
Muscle XTX has natural ingredients and has no listed fillers or harmful chemicals. It contains L-Arginine, Horny Goat Weed, L-Taurine, Maca Root Extracts, L-Citrulline, Minerals, Vitamins B2 and 6, Potassium Salt and antioxidants. It also says that it contains pure Nitric Oxide, but this seems unlikely as Nitric Oxide itself isn’t an ingredient, but is what is produced as a result of taking amino acids. L-Arginine and L-Citrulline for example is an amino acid used in supplements to help increase N.O., which increases the blood flow in the body. This in turn leads to an increase in endurance and therefore longer workouts.
Horny Goat Weed is also listed as having an ability to increase N.O. and help workouts. Be cautious when assuming that the increase in N.O. will lead to better workouts. Studies show that this is not the case. Instead, the amino acids in of themselves may cause a slight increase in muscle building ability. Amino acids are the contents of protein, but because amino acids are just protein, you can find them also in the foods you eat and might not need to take the supplement to get the needed nutrients.
Muscle XTX is a product designed to increase testosterone levels in those that have lowered levels, leading to better built muscle, energy during workouts, ability to sustain workouts and give overall better results in the gym. Also there are no harmful unnatural ingredients in the product. The ingredients in it also have nutritional value, the same as those found in food, which is proven to be good for the body.
Most of the contents are amino acids, which are ingredients found in food. The amino acids are meant to increase the flow and circulation of blood throughout the body, which in turn leads to better workout endurance and increased muscle mass. However do take a note that these amino acids can also be found by simply consuming food that has the same ingredients. The capsules are easy to take and also only need to be taken twice a day, which is not excessive. Also they can be taken shortly before a workout to increase the energy during the workout itself.
Muscle XTX has a few certificates listed on the site such as “Satisfaction Guaranteed,” but when you click on these to get more information you simply are redirected to another site selling products. Since it is a advert you might not rely on these certificates. Also the product has no regulating body and is does not have an FDA stamp of approval. There is also a label on the site stating that the product is made in the U.S.A., but there is no verification of this fact elsewhere on the website. The address provided is in Savannah, Georgia, however it is only listed as a Return Address and not the place of the manufacturer.
There is also testing done on Tribulus that can be viewed in a document link on the site. However, Tribulus is not listed as a main ingredient in the product, so any positive results might not be applicable to Muscle XTX. It is said instead to be linked with TestoXTRM, which must be a different product. There are also not many reviews on the product, and most are obviously sites being used to market the product because they are only offering the advantages to using it. Also they all contain links to the site to buy the product. So money has gone into advertising, but it is questionable how many people have even used the product, and what they think of it.
Muscle XTX has no reviews specifically listed by real customers that have used the product. There are a couple of forums listing the product but when you click on them there is no site to be found. The other sites are mainly ones used to market the product. There are even a couple that have words such as “scam” and “shocking” in the title, probably to get people to look to find out any negative aspects of the product, but once you are on the links you realize that it is again a site trying to convince you it’s a good product.
These sites also contain links to the site to buy the product. The lack of real reviews from real customers might make you question if people have tried the product. There are supposedly studies done to prove the effectiveness of Tribulus, which is not a listed ingredient and is found in another product listed on the site, but no studies to be seen on Muscle XTX. Therefore there is no substantial evidence as to the effects of the product, apart from adverts. Often you will want to check first to see what customers said about the product and then decide based on that and other factors such as awards if you would like to try the product. There are none of these for this supplement.
Awards & Media Coverage
Muscle XTX has no awards to speak of and also instead lists on its site that it is not regulated by the FDA. The product is also not to be found on any social media sites and there are no reviews on social media or anywhere else for that matter. Therefore the number of customers that have tried the product, and the legitimate sites that recommend products provide no information. There are also no reviews from athletes, organizations or any other company.
The only sites listed as reviewing the product are ones that are advertising the product, and even on these sites there are no listed reviews from any customers, even good ones. This means the validity of the product should come into question. This includes questions about the manufacturing, where it was made, verification of ingredients, and also asking how many people have actually tried the product. However you might not get this information from contacting Customer Support, because the details listed there are for contacting about ordering and return policies. Without any information you might want to rethink before trying the supplement.
Muscle XTX has a free trial offer that expires 18 days from the time you order the product. You will pay $4.95 shipping and handling to receive the product, and this money is not refundable. However if you call to cancel your subscription within 15 days of your order you will not be charged for the product. Also there is a four-day wait period after you order the product before the 18 days starts, so in reality you have 22 days.
If you do not cancel your subscription, you will be charged $89.99 for the month’s supply of the product, and every month thereafter until you cancel your subscription. You can send the product back within 30 days of your purchase to get a refund. However remember that you must call before you send back the package to get a number to put on it before you ship it back, otherwise you won’t get your refund. Also it is uncertain that for the first package, the free-trial package, that you will be able to get a refund if you do not cancel within the trial period. This might be a question for Customer Support.
Muscle XTX has standard shipping rates of $4.95 for packages. Orders are processed usually within one business day unless you choose the rush shipping option. The time should be about 3-4 business days until you receive your product. If there are delays in receiving your order you can call Customer Support and get an extension on your trial offer. You must still pay shipping and handling for your trial offer.
Orders can be returned within 30 days of the date of order to get a full refund. Keep in mind you will have to call in advance to get an RMA number to put on the return package. Failure to do so will result in the refund not being processed. If you order the product and do not receive it within three days, you can call and have the order reshipped. Keep in mind that you will have to pay for shipping, to receive a free trial package and also to return it. This means you will be spending approximately $10 for your free trial if you decide you don’t want it.
Muscle XTX has a Contact Us section on their site that has an email address and phone number. There it says that if you have any concerns or questions about the purchase, to contact them. However these are listed as questions about the purchase only, so don’t necessarily assume that the Customer Support will have answers as to where the product is manufactured or if the environment in which it was made was safe. You will probably be able to ask about shipping and return questions.
Also there is an address listed, but it is for return of the product if you decide you don’t want it. There is no listed address for where the product was made or if it is the manufacturer’s address. So if you want to ask questions about ordering or returning the product, you can probably do so there. But if you have questions about if you want to order the product at all due to lack of production information, you probably won’t be able to find it there. You might rather try to find a product where Support can give you more details about what the product contains and if it was safely made before going for this one with a lack of information.
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Pricing & Free Trial
Muscle XTX has a free trial offer. When you place your order for the product, you have 18 days to evaluate if you like the supplement or not. They allow four days from the order date to start the 18 day count, so you will have a full 18 days to try the product. However remember that they said it often takes several weeks to see any results. This might mean they are encouraging you to keep going with the product after the free trial period to see if it works.
If you do not cancel the order before the end of the 18 day trial period, you will be charged for the bottle at $89.99. After 31 days, another bottle will be shipped to you at that price. You must call to cancel your subscription to stop the payments at any time. Expect therefore to pay $89.99 per month on the supplement if you decide to continue it. Or you might just get the nutrients listed from the food you eat naturally and enjoy not paying nearly $100 per month.
- Meant to increase Nitric Oxide in the body, which creates more blood flow and therefore increased energy during workouts and ability to build muscle.
- There are mostly ingredients that have nutritional value for the body and no fillers.
- Contains Amino Acids and other ingredients that are natural and doesn’t contain harmful content, which could lead to long-term severe health problems.
- Capsules can be taken twice a day which is not too many times per day.
- There is not enough information about the product’s effectiveness, through customer reviews or through studies.
- It is not proven that there is a large amount of results from Nitric Oxide levels being raised in the body.
- Amino Acids, which are the primary ingredients, are also found naturally in food, which might make the potential customer think that instead of buying the product, they could just consume the ingredients naturally in what they eat.
- Overdosing on the product might lead to severe illness, one of the reviews said, and it was not specified what illness it was.
Summary: Muscle XTX is a testosterone booster designed to help bodybuilding results in the gym for those with lower levels of testosterone, and also the amino acids in the formula are in it to help increase Nitric Oxide in the body, which in turn increases blood flow and therefore the body’s energy levels and ability to work out longer and see more results. The results for the product include increased muscle mass, more fat loss and increased energy, however the amino acids listed are also found in food and it is questionable therefore if the supplement is needed to get these ingredients when they could be just as easily found in someone’s everyday diet. Also there are no reviews for the product, positive or negative, and no certificates or awards listed or other reviews found on social media, and the only other sites found for the product are advertising, which might make the potential customer question how many people have tried the product, if any. Finally, there is a lack of manufacturing information about the product and Customer Support on the site to ask questions is listed for ordering and return information only, leaving the potential customer without many options to get more information to confirm what is in the product, if it is safely made and who has tried it. All of this information, combined with the product not being FDA approved and studies only showing information on other ingredients and products might lead someone who is thinking of buying the product to go elsewhere where there is more information provided.
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