High T

high t

According to its manufacturers, High T is clinically proven to increase sex drive, strength, and energy.

Men looking for a solution to low testosterone and its effects might see promise in High T testosterone booster.

I wondered whether High T could live up to product claims, so I looked further into its ingredients, customer reception, and more.

Are High T Ingredients Effective?

High T contains a proprietary blend of ingredients. To find out whether these ingredients are the right choice for High T’s formula, I looked for clinical studies on the following:

Testofen Fenugreek Extract. This standardized form of the fenugreek herb is said to raise testosterone, thereby improving sexual health as well as overall strength and energy. In one study, men took 600 mg Testofen for 6 weeks and boosted libido, improved arousal and orgasm, enhanced muscle strength, and increased energy and a sense of well-being. [1]

Eurycoma Longifolia Extract. Eurycoma improved fertility in one study. A total of 350 patients took 200 mg eurycoma a day, and after 3 months, they improved semen parameters and sperm quality to the point that 14.7% of the patients’ wives became pregnant. [2]

Rhodiola Rosea Extract. Scientists studied the effects of rhodiola rosea on various aspects of human performance, such as speed of limb movement, aural and visual reaction time, and sustained attention. They found it improved time to exhaustion and pulmonary ventilation (the rate at which gas enters or leaves the lung), ultimately enhancing endurance exercise capacity. [3]

Is High T as Effective as Testosterone Injections?

The studies I explored on the effects of High T’s ingredients show High T could improve energy, sexual health, and muscle strength. However, locating studies demonstrating the ingredients have a direct effect on testosterone levels proves more difficult.

It’s unlikely these natural ingredients have as great an effect as a direct injection of testosterone. However, it appears the ingredients do have a positive effect—if not on testosterone, then at least on factors of health related to testosterone. If you’re looking for a cheaper option than a testosterone injection, High T seems like a good bet.

Will High T Cause Side Effects?

The ingredients in High T are considered safe for the most part. However, there are certain side effects to should watch for, like the following:

• Diarrhea
• Stomach upset
• Bloating
• Nasal congestion
• Allergic reaction
• Low blood sugar
• Gout
• Blood abnormalities
• Airway inflammation
• Low blood pressure

What Do Users Think of High T?

As expected, users’ opinions on High T are varied. Out of 22 reviews on Amazon.com, High T was rated an average of 3.7/5 stars.

Themajority of customers saw results, but some customers did not.

Marcopolo said, “This has improved my recovery time at the Gym and increased my muscle growth. . . . I also got definite boost in libido which I didn’t expect.”

However, L. Wheeler said, “Didn’t do a thing for me.”

A few customers remarked on the pills having a strange odor, and one person experienced an allergic reaction. For those who saw results with High T, they remarked High T improved sexual desire and performance, increased strength and energy, and aided muscle growth.

Is High T Worth Buying?

High T sells for as high as $49.95 and as low as $29.99 via Amazon. It appears to live up to product claims, although there’s a chance it won’t work for you. If you’re willing to take the risk, go ahead and give High T a try.

Leave a Comment

References

[1] Elizabeth Steels et al. “Physiological Aspects of Male Libido Enhanced by Standardized Trigonella foenum-graecum Extract and Mineral Formulation.” Phytotherapy Research. 2011; 25 (9): 1294-1300. Available from: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ptr.3360/abstract

[2] Mohd Ismail Bin Mohd Tambi and M. Kamarul Imran. “Eurycoma longifolia Jack in managing idiopathic male infertility.” Asian Journal of Andrology. 2010; 12 (376-380). Available from: http://www.nature.com/aja/journal/v12/n3/full/aja20107a.html

[3] Katrien De Bock et al. “Acute Rhodiola Rosea Intake Can Improve Endurance Exercise Performance.” International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism. 2004; 14 (298-307). Available from: http://www.curador.net/index_fr/rosea/Rhodiola%20Rosea%20kul.pdf

- w9 - deal6