A natural testosterone booster with key ingredients, but is it worth the money?
Gorilla Testosterone from the just the name alone sounds like it has potential, after all Gorilla’s are pretty solid and full of testosterone. Sadly this product does not delivery on any of that promise as you’ll soon see.
When you first have a look at this stuff the alarm bells start ringing. The branding and bottle design looks like it’s been done in Microsoft Word Art. I think this has to win the award for the worst design ever.
What comes next is when we look at the ingredients, we’re always worried when we don’t actually get to see the ingredients in their entirety as it normally means that they are short changing people. For Gorilla testosterone we don’t get any indication of what ingredients are in this. The list simply reads Gorilla Testo Blend and at just 500mg. To give you an indication in Testogen there 2000mg alone of D-Aspartic Acid.
So as you can see this isn’t one to keep on your list to try, frankly i don’t understand why anyone would bother. This product is hugely overpriced and simply put, go to our top 3 testosterone boosters to see what you can get for your money.
Where do i buy Gorilla Testosterone From?
Gorilla is available from Amazon. At the time of writing this is £16.98 which represents really poor value for money.
TestX Core Booster Ingredients
Not a great deal, it does reference D-Aspartic Acid which is a leading ingredient, but at 500mg it’s barely worth it especially on it’s own.
TestX Core Conclusion
Whilst this does have some good ingredients, arguably all that are good, the dosages of these are just not worth enough. You can get a lot more for a lot better value in our favourite testosterone booster Testogen.
In terms of value for money it’s also quite a lot when you take into account the fact the ingredients are just not high enough. We’ve given this 0.5 stars simply for the fact that D-Aspartic Acid is mentioned, but this is such a shoddy product i would steer well clear.