The male enhancement product is sold by a company called Force Factor and comes in bottles of 60 capsules for $69.99 on their website.
Test X180 claims to boost the body’s natural production of free testosterone and increase users’ energy and sex drive. It contains a proprietary blend of herbal extracts that are formulated to increase blood flow and intensify your libido. The supplement is also supposed to improve workout performance and help men “add pounds of hard, sculpted muscle.”
But is there a Test X180 scam?
What’s in Test x180
Test X180 contains several ingredients commonly found in other male enhancement products. Testofen (Fenugreek), Tribulus Terrestris, Ginseng, and vitamins B6 and B12 are all frequently used to treat sexual dysfunction and improve libido because they are proven ingredients.
Using Text x180
You are supposed to take 1 capsule twice per day with food. On workout days you are supposed to take 1 capsule 30 minutes before working out.
Does Test X180 work?
The reviews of Test X180 on both Amazon and GNC are generally negative with customers claiming that the product had little to no effect on their testosterone levels.
The company is endorsed by pro football player Vernon Davis and the Greenville, Mississippi Police Department, but they do not say if either actually use any of their products.
Force Factor recommends you use Test X180 “stacked” with other Force Factor products, which probably means that Test X180 by itself is not very effective.
Would I recommend?
Test X180 does contain elements that have been shown to increase the body’s production of free testosterone, but the company’s recommendation of “stacking” the supplement with their other products leads me to believe that it is not an effective compound.
Not only that, but many customer reviews on other websites have said the product does little or nothing to help their problems.
You can learn more about Test x180 of the Force Factor website.
You can also read our Male Enhancement Buyers Guide.