Scitec Nutrition Testo Punch Review
What Sort Of A Punch Does This Product Really Pack?
Testo Punch is made by supplement manufacturers Scitec Nutrition…available throughout Europe, the UK and the US, its makers claim that it is “an ultra sophisticated, comprehensive Testosterone Booster, Estrogen suppressant and Libido Support Matrix”
It does appear to very popular on the European continent in particular, and interested in finding out more, we decided to give this product thorough investigation:
Whats In The Formula
Looking at the official website, the makers (scitec) list the ingredients as follows:
- Vitamin B5 0.9mg
- Vitamin B6 .084mg
- Vitamin D3 5mcg
- Zinc 6mg
- Quercetin dihydrate 100mg
- Boron 3.6mg
Plus Their ‘Testo Punch Complex’ totalling 3000mg, containing:
- D-Aspartic Acid 2000mg
- Nettle Extract 600mg
- Maca 100mg
- Avena Sativa (Oats) 100mg
- Fenugreek 100mg
- Saw Palmetto 100mg
How To Take Testo Punch
The suggested dose is 2 capsules with breakfast and another 2 with evening meal
Please Note – the product is manufacturers in a facility where shellfish, nuts and dairy are used, so it may not be suitable for anybody with certain allergies.. the capsules themselves contain bovine gelatine.
It’s really strange, for a popular product there appears to be no published independent user reviews anywhere… If we do find any, we will post details here..
Reported Side Effects
As above really – if we come across any, we will post details here
Where To Buy Testo Punch
Amazon, Prozi, Bodypak, Fitadium and the official Scitec website are five stockists.. a months supply will (depending on where you buy) cost in the region of 18,40€ – 25,00€ (£16.56 – £21.90)
Any Cash Back Guarantee?
There does not appear to be any manufacturers cash back guarantee offered but various stockists will have their own return and refund policies.
Testo-Punch hits but it misses…. which is a shame, it does contain some well known t-boosting ingredients, the problem is that many of them are supplied in too smaller amounts for it to be that effective, especially when compared to some top rated products like Testofuel and Testogen.
Taking just 2 examples – D-Aspartic Acid at 2000mg is at least 33% less than our top products and Vitamin D3 at just 5mcg is a mere fraction of whats found in the other 2 products ( e.g 16.66iu compared to the 5000iu found in Testofuel
It’s the same story with some of the other ingredients, except possibly Nettle extract and Maca which is supplied in a decent amount, although this has no real testosterone boosting qualities in itself, being included in the mix more for its ability to help boost libido in some men.
Weakly Formulated And Therefore Largely Ineffective – If You Are Serious About Building Larger Muscles – Look Elsewhere….