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Nugenix is a testosterone boosting supplement that supposedly helps to increase sex drive, enhance muscle mass, and boost free testosterone levels.
It has been heavily advertised on the internet for the last few months, and is distributed by the same company that sells Instaflex and Lumiday.
As you probably already know, testosterone decline is one of the major culprits for the appearance of symptoms of erectile dysfunction in men, and is commonly referred to as “Andropause“.
There are dozens of companies selling testosterone boosting supplements nowadays, and pharmaceutical companies have also been jumping on the bandwagon with gels, ointments, and creams that supposedly help with testosterone production.
How Nugenix Works
After the age of 30, most men begin to experience a fairly rapid decline in the amount of testosterone their bodies produce.
In fact, starting at 31 men see a decrease of 1 % per year.
This, of course, sucks….Which is where Nugenix comes in.
Nugenix is a combination of zinc, vitamin B6, vitamin B12 and a testosterone booster complex that combines the properties of several herbal extracts.
Zinc is known to be a natural testosterone booster, as well, which means that there may be some truth to the manufacturer’s claims.
Contrary to what we stated before, the manufacturer does go through extensive detail about how the ingredients in their formula work, although it should be noted that most of their claims are not medically reviewed.
The Nugenix blend contains a compound called Testofen,which is actually a clinically studied ingredient that has been proven in lab studies to increase testosterone levels dramatically.
Testofen is actually a patented version of the popular Fenugreek Extract, which is found primarily in the middle east and southern Europe.
Nugenix also contains L-citrulline, which is an amino acid, and Tribulus Terrestris, which is found in literally hundreds of other testosterone booster products, including Penatropin.
Here’s a picture of the Nugenix label for full details.
One thing that users may not like that much about Nugenix is that it must be taken daily in order to deliver effects.
Three capsules per day is the recommended dosage and a free trial bottle has 42 capsules, giving you 14 days to try the product out.
A standard bottle contains 90 capsules, and costs about $70 per bottle, making it quite expensive when compared to other natural testosterone boosters.
Side Effects with Nugenix
I have personally taken Nugenix (see below), and I did not notice any adverse effects.
That being said, there are some reviews from other guys that I have read and they said they experienced a wide array of side effects like hair loss, headache, and stomach discomfort.
One guy even said that his blood pressure went up pretty significantly, although he did note that he felt an increase in energy.
Of course, there is no way to be sure it was cause by the supplement in question, but it’s worthy of noting.
I did a little bit of research on the ingredients and noted that Fenugreek seed extract, a primary ingredient in Nugenix, has a wide range of side effects, including: nasal congestion, upset stomach, coughing, wheezing, facial swelling, diarrhea, gas, and bloating.(1) I looked around for potential side effects from the consumption of Tribulus Terrestris, but I couldn’t find any credible information that it actually causes any.
Like all supplements, there is always the potential for health risks so it’s best to check with your doctor to be sure it’s safe for you to take Nugenix.
My Results With Nugenix
At 32, I noticed that I’ve been experiencing the dreaded Testosterone decline.
My mood, energy levels, and even my libido have taken a little bit of a dive the last few years.
I came to the conclusion that I needed to try something to help combat this, and the makers of Nugenix happily sent me some free boxes to try out.
At first I was a bit skeptical, like I pretty much am with any of the products I try out.
The claims like enhanced muscle mass, increased sex drive, and more energy all appeal to me, but can a supplement really do all that?
Well, I started taking the recommended dose of Nugenix, which specify 3 capsules a day with water on an empty stomach.
I have to admit, the first couple of days I used Nugenix I didn’t notice anything.
There was no increase in sex drive, no motivation for the gym, and certainly no enhanced muscle mass.
Then out of nowhere I started feeling it.
About 5 days in I woke up with a “morning wood” for the first time in as long as I could remember.
It quickly subsided, but I knew right then that I might be onto something.
The following monday I got that “hey, I’m not so tired, let me hit the gym” feeling first thing in the morning.
Usually I struggle to get out of bed most mornings, but today was different.Today I was like a spring chicken, ready to tackle on the days tasks and take on the world.
Throughout the week my workouts had become more intense that I’ve had in a long time, and I started to feel more invigorated, youthful, and more importantly started to see the scale drop down from a moderately fat 198 lbs. to a “I feel good” 195 lbs.
Not a huge amount of weight, but I could tell the difference…
Moving along to the third week was when I really saw a difference.
Not only was I sleeping better, but I could feel a distinct improvement in my overall mood and sex drive.
I won’t get into any nitty gritty details, but let’s just say my fiance was “impressed with my performance” 😉
Finally, at the end of the month, I practically felt like a 20 year old again.I dropped about 12 pounds, and was looking and feeling great.
I stopped taking the Nugenix after the 30 day point, and could feel the effects gradually diminish as the ingredients were washed out of my system.
I still felt good for the following month, but not quite as invigorated as I was when I was on it.
But, I could definitely tell that it had made a significant difference, in a very good way.
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Other Nugenix Reviews
If you look around on some of the other sites that have Nugenix reviews, you’ll find mixed results.
For example on Amazon the average rating is 3.5 out of 5 stars, making it a slightly above average supplement.
Most of the people who said it works well seemed to be getting the best results after a few weeks of taking it.
But a very big majority (40% to be exact) rated it 2 stars or less, noting that it didn’t really seem to work at all.
In fact, some people are even calling out the 5 star reviews as being fake, something which I come across pretty heavily when it comes to Amazon reviews.
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Where to buy Nugenix
Nugenixcan be found both on their official website, as well as online retailers such as Drugstore.com, LuckyVitamin.com, and Amazon.
Nugenix is also sold through brick and mortar stores such as GNC, and it’s actually one of the best testosterone boosters there if you ask me.
The official Nugenix website has a function that allows you to search for a health food store near your location, just in case you’re nowhere near a GNC.
As stated earlier, a one month supply averages about $70. The official website (www.TryNugenix.com) also offers a free trial, but be careful with this option.They will automatically sign you up to pay for and receive a new bottle each month.Which leads us to our next observation…
Because of their free trial and the claims of the effectiveness of their supplement, their have been several complaints about Nugenix.
On the BBB’s website, they list 42 complaints ranging from billing/collection to false and misleading claims.
On yet another site, called RipOff Report, numerous consumers report feeling they have been cheated by the free trial.
The claims are probably made by the fact that they advertise the trial as a sample.
You’ll see ads After 18 days or ordering, the Nugenix charges you $74.98, plus enrolls you in a monthly shipping arrangement that continually sends and bills you for a fresh supply every month.I can attest to this fact because, without warning, I was charged this price as well after 19 days.
You can even find complaints in our review and comments section towards the bottom of the page.
How Does Nugenix Compare to Other T Boosters?
Nugenix Vs. P6 – Cellucor P6, which is a direct competitor of Nugenix, clearly has an “award winning” product.
The reviews speak for themselves, and although I haven’t personally had a chance to test it out myself, one look at it’s formula and you can tell it’s going to work.
What makes P6 different from Nugenix is it contains a number of alternative ingredients like black cohosh (its primary ingredient), Wild Yam Extract, and Stinging Nettle.
On a cost basis, P6 is comparable to Nugenix, coming in at around $60 for a one month supply, even though they only sell it as a 2 month supply (2 capsules per day, 120 capsule bottle).When comparing the reviews, it looks like the majority that have used Cellucor P6 have gotten great results from it, while Nugenix only has a limited number of positive testimonials.
Nugenix Vs. Test X180 – This is a supplement I actually have tried.
For me, Test X180 didn’t do a damn thing.
I took it for about a month and personally thought it was a waste of money.
The only real difference I noticed was I actually got a bad reaction to Test X180. After the first week of using it I noticed I was waking up with raging headaches (and a raging hardon, which was a good thing).
For me, the side effects were not worth the benefits, and I ended up dumping the bottle.
If I had to choose the lesser of the evils, I would certainly go with Nugenix.
It’s important to also note that Test X180 is actually owned by the same company (Force Factor), so it’s kind of odd that they have competing supplements targeting the same market.
Nugenix Vs. Testofuel – This is another one I have tried, so it’s easy for me to compare the 2. What I find lacking about Nugenix is that, while it contains zinc, fenugreek, and tribulus terrestris, it doesn’t contain one VERY important ingredient….D-Aspartic Acid.
For those of you who don’t know, D-Aspartic Acid (D-AA) works to help release growth and follicle stimulating hormone, allowing for an increase in testosterone. (2)
This action is limited however, and testosterone levels can quickly drop off if your taking it too long.
Testofuel contains D-AA….Nugenix doesn’t, and I feel that it is a totally necessary ingredient if you are looking into using a testosterone booster that you will get great results with.
As far as price, they are both on the same page with that one, coming in at around $70 for either supplement.Nugenix Vs. Maxgenics – A relatively newcomer to the market is called Maxgenics, and unfortunately I have not had a chance to test it out yet.
However, I have done some preliminary research, and it looks relatively comparable to that of Nugenix.
It contains many of the same ingredients, but also includes the likes of Tongkat Ali, Muira Puama, and Piperine.
However, without the addition of Fenugreek extract, I can’t see Maxgenics being as effective as Nugenix, although it is cheaper at $50 for a one month supply.If I had to choose one or the other, I would say go with Nugenix.
- I personally received great results from it.
- An all natural formula
- It contains important minerals and vitamins in promoting testosterone production
- Can be found in local nutritional stores such as GNC.
- Professional looking website
- Manufactured / Distributed by a reputable company
- Price, definitely one of the more expensive T Boosters I’ve used.
- Only available in the US and Canada
- May cause side effects
- Takes at least a month to start working
Nugenix is a combination of vitamin, minerals and herbal extracts and it is advertised as being able to stimulate natural testosterone production.
While the decline in testosterone levels is responsible for erectile dysfunction and other ailments in most cases, taking Nugenix may not be the only solution to your problems.
Often a healthy diet, plenty of exercise and rest, as well as using a supplement such as Nugenix can help to return testosterone to a normal and healthy level.
I actually have a free “How To Boost Your Testosterone Naturally” eBook that outlines EXACTLY what you should (and shouldn’t) be eating, as well as exercises you can do to help bring back your vitality.
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From my personal results and the reviews I’ve been getting from my readers, I feel as though Nugenix could be a great supplement for any man looking for a change.
However, with other products on the market that work better and are even cheaper, you might want to look elsewhere.
Have You Used Nugenix? If so, leave your review below!
2. D-Aspartic Acid: http://examine.com/supplements/D-Aspartic+Acid/
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Zero, Nada, Nothing
Interesting to read the various comments.I started Nugenix in October, 2012, making it a full 8 months that I’ve been on it… seemingly longer than any of the folks on this blog.
I’m 48 years old, and have never had any “performance” issues at all, but was attracted to the energy and stamina aspects of the sales pitch.My home is at high altitude, nearly 9000ft, and it is easy to run out of energy.
I’ve followed the directions exactly, taking 3 each morning on an empty stomach, no food for at least an hour afterwards.ZERO, NADA, NOTHING are the results I’ve experienced.
I could actually say that my erectile performance has lessened to an extent, rather than improved.I just received my June supply, so I’m in this for about $675 for absolutely no results.
I’ve experienced no side effects either.Honestly, it is as if nothing at all has changed for me in any way.
I have cancelled it as of today.Can’t say I’m surprised, I don’t know that I’ve ever met someone who has actually purchased something that works… seems like the perpetuation of online B.S.
466 out of 502 people found this review helpful.
I took Nugenix in hopes that I would boost my free testosterone levels but to no avail.I followed the instructions to a “T.” I took this b/c I was told it was better than Ageless Male.
Sadly it gave the allusion of working after the 1st 2 wks, but after that nothing felt or seemed different.Except my pockets were lighter.
When I returned to the store at the end of the bottle and shared w/the rep he gave me something else that sent me running to the hospital.My pressure went up to 172/129.
The nurse looked at the bottle, told me off and tossed the bottle in the trash with my regards.There is got to be something natural or organic that we can use without all of the side effects and “DRAMA.” To think, I am a Gold Card member and I was taken to the shed.
320 out of 351 people found this review helpful.
The free sample is a SCAM: to take your ATM number and automatically ship you a supply every month.I have tried to call Nugenix but can not even get a ring.
What number did you use.
248 out of 269 people found this review helpful.
Terrible product.almost killed me.
No refunds they say.please don’t take this crap.
233 out of 253 people found this review helpful.
Nugenix – ugh …..
I used the product for 3 months straight, nothing.For me it doesn’t do anything what so ever, but drain your bank account.
I have been off of it now for an additional 3 months, my wife says there’s no change at all in anything I do.It’s all in your head.
237 out of 261 people found this review helpful.
User Questions and Answers
User Questions and Answers
Why should I take nugenix on an empty stomach instead of with food? -Eddie
Typically when you take something on an empty stomach it absorbs much more efficiently. The idea is that it's the only thing in the stomach that is being "worked on", so naturally you get the most benefit out of it.- Rob
101 out of 116 people found this question helpful.
Can I take Nugenix if I have high blood pressure? -anthony
It may be fine, but you should check with your doctor first.- Rob
70 out of 89 people found this question helpful.
Are there any side effects? -kevin
I didn't personally experience any. However, others have reported a wide array of side effects, including hair loss, headache, stomach discomfort, upset stomach, and congestion. Check with your doctor to be sure it's safe for you to take Nugenix.- Rob
11 out of 12 people found this question helpful.
How do I cancel my free trial of Nugenix? -David
Give them a call at their customer service number: 1-855-714-3234, and let them know you want to cancel.- Rob
6 out of 6 people found this question helpful.
Am i supposed to take all 3 pills at the same time or 1 pill 3times -brandon
The instructions say to take all three pills at once.- Rob
103 out of 116 people found this question helpful.
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