TestRX Review – Does It Really Increase Testosterone?

Nick Smith
Last updated: Nov 28, 2018
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TestRX Review – Does It Really Increase Testosterone?

2018-11-28T09:05:50+00:00 November 6th, 2018|

TestRX is a testosterone booster produced by Leading Edge Health.

It’s designed to ramp your body’s natural T production back to what it was in your early 20s.

Could TestRX be a game changer when it comes to your workouts?

Before we answer that, let’s start by breaking down the company’s claims to see what it can do for you.

Leading Edge Health says TestRX will help you achieve the following:

  • Increased testosterone levels
  • Increased HGH
  • Healthy weight-loss
  • Awesome strength
  • More energy
  • Natural performance
  • Increased libido
  • A jaw-dropping body

All that sounds great doesn’t it?

These are pretty standard claims for any testosterone booster to make.

The only claim that’s a little unique to TestRX is that it will increase your HGH levels.

Research does support testosterone’s ability to increase HGH secretion (1, 2).

If TestRX can increase your testosterone levels, it’s possible it could increase HGH too.

If you’re not familiar with HGH, it’s a powerful hormone that increases the size of your muscles, strengthens your bones, and helps you shed fat.

Let’s dig deeper into TestRX to see how effective it really is.

TestRX review

Quick Review: TestRX actually has a solid list of ingredients but the doses are quite low so it’s unlikely you’ll see any major results with this product.

At $60 a month it’s quite expensive for too.

There are definitely better testosterone boosters out there.

How to Take TestRX?

Each box of TestRX contains 120 capsules.

The company recommends taking two capsules twice a day.

They also recommend taking TestRX for at least a month before judging its effectiveness.

There’s no need to cycle TestRX since it’s comprised of herbs and vitamins supporting your natural testosterone production.

Where Can I Buy TestRX and How Much is It?

TestRX is available from Amazon.com, Leading Edge Health’s website, TestRX.com, as well as other online retailers.

At the time of writing, a box is selling for $59.95 on the product’s Amazon.com page.

It’s selling for $69.95 on TestRX.com and the Leading Edge Health website.

The company also includes a 60-day money back guarantee if you’re not satisfied with this product.

TestRX Ingredients

TestRX ingredientsOn the TestRx website, the company breaks down each ingredient with a summary of research to support its use.

The ingredients they list are

  • Fenugreek Seed Extract – 75mg
  • Vitamin D3 – 2.85mg
  • Vitamin K – 0.005mg
  • Vitamin B6 – 1.250mg
  • Magnesium – 50mg
  • Zinc – 2.5mg
  • D-Aspartic Acid – 575mg

TestRX Research Breakdown

Basically, this supplement consists of ZMA, a few vitamins, Fenugreek, and D-aspartic acid.

The biggest problem we see with the ingredients is that the doses in TestRX are much less than the doses used in research.

  • Fenugreek:
 Testosterone Boosting Evidence: Weak evidence 

Let’s get fenugreek out of the way first. At least half the testosterone boosters we analyze contain Fenugreek, but the research on it is inconclusive. More studies than not show it’s ineffective (3, 4). The TestRX website cites this study (3) as evidence toward Fenugreek being a testosterone booster. However, there are some problems with their logic. First, if 600mg was the amount used in the study, why does TestRX only include 75mg? Second, even though the subjects’ libidos increased, their testosterone levels didn’t change. In another study cited on TestRX.com, there was a small increase in testosterone levels, but the researchers used 500mg per day (5). Again, this is much higher than TestRX’s 75mg.

  • D-Aspartic Acid:
  •  Testosterone Boosting Evidence: Plausible 

    The research on D-aspartic acid looks more promising than the research on Fenugreek. It’s one of the two forms of the amino acid aspartic acid. Aspartic acid plays a role in regulating testosterone. One study looking at 3g of D-aspartic acid supplementation per day found a 42% boost in testosterone by the end of the study (6). Another study found that 2.66g of D-aspartic acid increased testosterone in infertile men by 30-60% over 90 days (7). The only study looking at D-aspartic acid’s effects on resistance trained men found no change in testosterone levels (8). Unfortunately, TestRX only includes 0.575g, much less than the researched dose.

  • ZMA (Magnesium, Zinc, & Vitamin B6):
  •  Testosterone Boosting Evidence: Plausible 

    Research shows ZMA has the potential to improve testosterone levels in athletes. ZMA’s benefits come mostly from zinc. There’s no stand-alone research on vitamin B6 or Magnesium to show that they have testosterone boosting benefits. One research study found that 30mg of a zinc-magnesium supplementation daily increased testosterone in football players (9). Another study found that zinc supplementation improved testosterone levels in male wrestlers (10).

  • Vitamin D3:
  •  Testosterone Boosting Evidence: More research needed 

    Limited research on vitamin D3 shows that it may have benefits as a testosterone booster (11).

  • Vitamin K:
  •  Testosterone Boosting Evidence: No evidence 

    Research on vitamin K shows that vitamin K deficiency may lead to testosterone deficiency (12). Research doesn’t back it as a testosterone booster at this time.

    TestRX Reviews

    This product only has two reviews listed on their Amazon page.

    Assuming, that they are both legitimate reviews, they are rather mediocre.

    Max reported no benefit.

    Antonio said TestRX were great but didn’t explain why he didn’t leave a 5-star review.

    TestRX Pros and Cons

    There aren’t many reviews available on TestRX, and the research is mixed.

    Is it worth trying?

    Here are some reasons you may want to buy it.


    • Contains several research-backed ingredients (zinc, D-aspartic acid)
    • Leading Edge Health offers a 60-day money-back guarantee
    • The company breaks down the dosages of each ingredient.


    • Dosages of ingredients are too low
    • Expensive (about $2 per day)
    • Lack of customer reviews on Amazon

    TestRX Bottom Line

    So what’s the bottom line on TestRX?

    Is it worth your money?

    Unfortunately, we’re going to have to give this testosterone booster a pass.

    It actually contains a solid ingredient list, but the doses are too low to have a significant benefit for you.

    We don’t want you spending $60 on a supplement per month unless there’s substantial evidence that it will improve your workouts.

    TestRX lacks that evidence.

    If this product were selling for half the price and contained twice the dosages, it would capture our attention.

    However, after breaking down this testosterone booster, it seems like the company was cutting corners to save money.

    We recommend that you try a testosterone booster with more customer reviews to back it.

    (If you’ve used TestRX then let us know in the comments if it worked for you!)

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