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What Is Testosterall?
Testosterall is an all-natural testosterone booster made with popular herbal ingredients and the amino acid L-Arginine. This supplement is intended to raise biological testosterone levels through safe, natural means. It also may raise energy and improve blood flow, encouraging users to work out harder, which will also lead to improved testosterone levels.
This supplement is easy to use, and individuals report feeling some effects after just one serving of two capsules. It is recommended that users take this supplement every morning with a healthy breakfast, although it is not necessary to follow a specific diet plan or take on a full stomach. The manufacturer of this product claims it increases strength, stamina, and energy, leading to fat loss and muscle gain among other effects.
Currently, this supplement is only available for sale online and delivery is only available within the United States. Buyers must sign up for the risk-free trial, which converts to a full-price automatic monthly subscription after 14 days. To avoid paying the full price, customers must contact the customer service department of the manufacturer, which may prove difficult.
The manufacturer of this supplement appears to be a company named FDC, as that is the company name that is provided with the physical mailing address. This address, located in Savannah Georgia, is intended for customers to send back returns, however, not as a corporate mailing address or identification. There is no public information about FDC or any other company that manufacturers supplement by the name Testosterall. The website claims that this supplement is made in the United States of America, and an address in Georgia may be evidence of this. However, it is unknown if the toll-free customer support phone number and email address connect with agents within the U.S.
There is no evidence that the maker of this supplement makes any other dietary supplements. There is no evidence that this supplement or its manufacturer has been mentioned in any ongoing lawsuits or public complaints. There is no record of this manufacturer or product with the Better Business Bureau (BBB). The lack of information about the manufacture of Testosterall is the most troubling fact about this supplement because it is difficult to trust a company that shares no information about itself at all.
How Testosterall Works?
Many of the ingredients in Testosterall go to work right away, supplying energy and possibly stimulating testosterone production after just one serving. Specifically, the L-Arginine will work to safely increase blood flow to muscles, while the Maca Root and Yohimbe both act as natural, herbal stimulants that provide healthy energy. This encourages users to work out vigorously, as recommended by the manufacturer, which has been proven to increase natural testosterone levels and may magnify the effects of the other herbs.
Over time, these ingredients may raise natural testosterone levels, especially in individuals who are experiencing a slight testosterone deficiency. This supplement is probably most useful for individuals who are over the age of 40 or who are suffering from imperfect hormone levels due to stress or illness. All of these ingredients are intended to encourage the increased production and retention of free testosterone that has been naturally produced by the body.
Individuals are instructed to take two capsules of this supplement every day and to exercise regularly while taking it for best results. Most of the ingredients in this supplement work best when used in conjunction with strenuous exercise like weightlifting. Users report experiencing the full effects of this supplement after about a month of consistent use.
Ingredients of Testosterall
There are five active ingredients in Testosterall, a combination of herbs and an amino acid that work together to boost testosterone levels in the short and longer term. The first ingredient, L-Arginine, is an amino acid that increases energy and acts as a vasodilator right away and with time may increase the natural production of human growth hormone. These two benefits allow users to work out harder and get better results, as well as increasing the effects of natural testosterone.
Tribulus Terrestris has been used as a testosterone booster in many popular supplements, and it is quite popular with some members of the bodybuilding community, although it is not backed up by any peer-reviewed science. Maca Root, on the other hand, is supported by studies and emerging evidence for its ability to raise natural testosterone levels and lower estrogen levels by adding DIM. There is also some evidence that Maca Root increases energy in the short term and may improve concentration, mental focus, and stamina.
Horny Goat Weed has been used for centuries to improve men’s health, as it is reported to improve hormonal balance and overall strength and stamina. Yohimbe is a powerful herb that studies suggest may aid in fat loss, energy, and stamina. However, some experts caution against excessive use of this herb, especially for individuals who may have high blood pressure or untreated heart disease, and unfortunately, the manufacturer does not disclose the amount of Yohimbe in the product.
One advantage of this supplement is that it should work quickly. While some of the ingredients will be more effective with time, users should experience some results after just one serving. This way, customers can tell right away whether or not this supplement will work for them.
Another advantage of Testosterall is that is easy to take, which makes it more likely that users will take it consistently and get better results. There are no formulas or powders to mix, no elaborate routine of pills to take at different times of the day, and no restrictive diet to adhere to. Although this supplement will work best to increase testosterone when paired with regular, vigorous exercise, no specific exercise regimen must be followed.
Finally, this supplement contains all-natural ingredients, with none of the dangerous chemicals or additives that are found in other testosterone boosters. There is no caffeine or herbal stimulants in this formula, and no illicit or dangerous hormonal substances. This supplement is safe for use by all men, although anyone with a pre-existing condition or who takes prescription medication should consult with their doctor before starting this product.
This supplement is made in the United States, and therefore it is certified as safe for use by healthy adults by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). While this federal agency makes no claims about the quality of the product, it does guarantee that dietary supplements sold in the U.S. are safe when used as directed. They also work to ensure the veracity of supplement labeling, although this is not monitored closely. Furthermore, this supplement was most likely produced in a facility that has been certified as safe and hygienic by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), which certifies all American manufacturing facilities of a certain size.
The makers of this supplement do not claim to have any independent third-party certifications, such as Organic ingredients or NSL certification. Instead, it offers customers a low-risk two-week trial of their product at a low cost. In theory, customers should be able to judge the quality of this supplement for themselves at little risk, paying only the cost of shipping and handling to receive a full 30 day supply. Customers who truly approve of the supplement and benefit from it can do nothing and enter the automatic subscription, and others can cancel the subscription and pay no more. Since the manufacturer claims that this supplement works quickly, 14 days should provide plenty of time for customers to avoid the full charges if it doesn’t work.
Will V. from New York, USA, writes:
When I turned 40 last year I decided I was going to turn my life around. I found out about Testosterall online and decided to give it a try. Delivery was fast and I started taking it right away. I felt like I could feel a difference after just one serving, and I signed up for a gym membership that same day. I love it so far and am going to keep taking it.
Hank S. from Cleveland, USA, writes:
Not bad, but not great. I got an energy boost, but don’t feel like my testosterone levels went up at all. I think I’ll try something else instead.
Pete G. from Los Angeles, USA, writes:
I did a bunch of research before I chose this testosterone booster, and I picked it because of the good ingredients. Everybody knows Tribulus Terrestris works, and I heard a lot of good stuff about that Maca Root. I haven’t gotten my free trial yet, but I’m psyched. I already workout regularly, this is going to give me the extra testosterone that I need.
Jack T. from Texas, USA, writes:
I feel different after taking this, though I’m not sure I’m getting more testosterone. I have a little more energy but don’t notice any difference in strength or stamina. I won’t be continuing with the subscription but will finish the bottle.
Awards & Media Coverage
This supplement is new, and is currently online available online and only as a monthly subscription. Therefore, it is not surprising that it has received no mainstream media attention. It has been the focus of many supplement reviews and blog postings, which give it mixed reviews from past users and reviewers. According to its own website, Testosterall has received some kind of award for “Best Choice,” but it unclear whether this is an actual award or simply a promotion of their own perceived value.
The ingredients in this supplement’s formula, on the other hand, have been the subjects of many articles, essays, and studies. The benefits of L-arginine HCL have recently been reported in Men’s Fitness, NewsMax, Economic Times, and the Huffington Post. Maca Root was recently written about by Yahoo News, Business Insider, the Wall Street, and the Toronto Star, while Horny Goat Weed has been covered by GQ, Men’s Health, the New York Daily News, and Fox News. Tribulus Terrestris, a popular ingredient in many bodybuilding supplements, has been reported on by Gizmodo, the Gazette Review, and the Pacific Standard, and the benefits of Yohimbe have been covered by the New York Times, Harvard Health, Maxim, and CBS. Most of these ingredients have also been the subjects of peer-reviewed articles published in academic journals, many of which are available online through PubMed, though some these studies showed disappointing results.
There is no explicit money-back guarantee made on the Testosterall website, instead offering a 14-day risk-free trial for new customers. The price of this trial is just the cost of shipping and handling for the first 14 days, after which customers can choose whether or not to cancel the automatic monthly subscription. If they like the product and do not cancel, they will be charged the full price for the supplement and then be charged again every 30 days and supplied with new bottles. If they do not like the product, customers can call the toll-free phone number or use the customer support email address to cancel the subscription.
Along with this free trial, the manufacturer also provides a limited return policy. It is only possible to return unopened bottles that are still in their original packaging. To make returns and receive a refund, customers must first call the customer service department and receive a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number if the return is approved. This number must be clearly printed on the outside of all packages that are returned to the distribution facility in Savannah Georgia or they will not be accepted. The cost of shipping and handling is never refundable, and the cost of returning back unopened bottles is wholly borne by the customer.
All shipments are sent within 24 hours of the order being placed, except in the case of orders received on holidays and weekends, which will be sent out on the next business day. Shipments are sent using the United States Postal Service (USPS), first class standard mail. Delivery is available to all addresses within the United States, including P.O. Boxes, and Rural Routes. It is not currently available overseas, nor to military APOs or FPOs.
For the initial 14-day trial, the cost of shipping is generally $9.95. Currently, there is an additional $5 discount available, which lowers the initial cost to $4.95 for shipping to any address in the U.S. Shipping and handling is free for all future automatic deliveries, which take place every 30 days until or unless canceled by the consumer. Typically delivery takes 3-5 business days, and the free trial allows four days for delivery, in addition to the 14 days granted before the customer is charged the full price. The manufacturer is not responsible for delays that may occur, however, and customers who have not received their delivery within five days should contact the customer service department immediately to inquire about their package.
Customers have two options for reaching customer support from the manufacturer of Testosterall, both of which are available 24 hours a day, every day. The first and fastest method is to use the toll-free customer support phone number that is provided on the website. This should direct consumers to a customer support agent who can answer questions about the supplement’s formula, how it should be used, shipping or billing. Customers can also use this phone number to cancel their automatic monthly subscription, though they should be sure to keep careful records in case there is a misunderstanding.
Alternatively, customers can use the email address that is also listed on the website, which is regularly checked by authorized customer service representatives who can answer and questions or address concerns about the supplement. The advantage of using the email address for customer support is that it leaves a clear written record of communication, which may be necessary for documenting any disputes or cancellations. Customers should expect to receive a reply within 24 hours, although there may be some delays over weekends or on holidays. The manufacturer also provides a mailing address, located in Savannah Georgia. This address should be used for returning packages, once the customer has received an RMA number, and should not be used for customer support or other routine correspondence. Although there are social media accounts associated with Testosterall, it appears that none of them actually reach the manufacturer, so these should not be relied upon for support.
Safe & Secure Checkout
Shopping on the Testosterall website is safe due to security policies and mechanisms that protect customer data and privacy. The checkout page itself is encrypted using standard 126-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption, which protects personal information from being accessed by third parties. It is securely connected and authenticated using a strong protocol, strong key exchange, and strong cipher. It is also VeriSign Secured, and McAfee Secured, meaning credit card information is protected and the website is protected from viruses and malware. The website also states that it has been declared Hacker Safe by Scanalert and scanned daily for malicious interference.
Pricing & Free Trial
At this time, Testosterall is only available as part of a monthly subscription program, which starts with a 14-day trial. This trial is currently available for the cost of shipping and handling, which is usually $9.95. At this time, there is a discount being offered that drops the price of shipping and handling by $5, down to $4.95. Customers will be charged only this amount at first, providing them two weeks in which they can use this supplement regularly, assessing its results, and make an informed decision about whether to accept the monthly subscription plan.
Customers who do not call and cancel the automatic subscription within 14 days will then be charged the full price of this supplement, which is $89.95. Since each bottle provides a 30-day supply of the supplement, at this price it works out to a cost of just less than $3 per day. Customers will be charged an additional $89.95 every month thereafter, with no additional shipping and handling charges for these deliveries. Buyers will end up paying $1079.40 for a year’s supply of this supplement, a steep price for a testosterone booster, though possibly less than a prescription would cost. At this time there is no option to purchase a single bottle of the supplement without the subscription, nor are there any package deals available for larger purchases.
- This supplement works quickly, and users should experience some results after just one serving.
- The ingredients in Testosterall are all natural and are backed by either scientific or anecdotal evidence.
- It is easy to take this supplement consistently, with just two capsules each morning.
- There is extremely limited information available about the manufacturer of Testosterall.
- Users must work out vigorously and regularly to get the full effects of this supplement.
- This supplement may be most effective for older men who may be suffering from low testosterone levels, but individuals with pre-existing conditions should not use it.
Summary: Testosterall is a testosterone booster made of herbs and the amino acid L-Arginine. There is little information available about its manufacturer, although it is supposedly made in the United States. Users are instructed to take two capsules every day and may experience an increase in energy and stamina. With continued use, some ingredients may increase the natural levels of testosterone, especially in men who are slightly deficient.
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