Update (9-24-2018): Morgan Freeman did NOT use Alpha TRT.
Were you just browsing through Yahoo and came across this:
If so, you’re luck you found this page.
Because all of it is ONE BIG LIE.
Click Here to find out why.
Are you one of the millions of men who suffers from erectile dysfunction?
Or maybe you’re just feeling the effects of low testosterone?
Either way, you seriously don’t have time to beat around the bush.
You don’t want to waste your time going back and forth between sub-par male enhancement supplements when you could be taking one that is going to give you maximum results.
You need help, fast!
But is Alpha TRT the right male enhancement supplement for you?
That’s exactly what we’re going to answer in this review.
Unfortunately, there’s a gazillion products on the market that’ll bend you over, take your money, and call it a day.
Believe me, I do reviews all the time for these things.
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Seriously, most testosterone/ erectile dysfunction products play to this desire in men to be the “alpha-male,” the man with the strength and stamina, the man who can make his lady howl till the wee hours of morning.
Don’t believe me?
Check it out. . .
But are testosterone boosters even worth your money?
If so, how do youfind one that really works to give you bigger, better erections?
And is Alpha TRT an effective solution for low-T?
So many questions and so little time!
But before we jump in, I want to share the (very strange) story on how I stumbled across Alpha TRT.
I recently came across this ad on AARP. . .
So I clicked in and found a sales page for the Alpha TRT supplement, that started like THIS. . .
Ok, so Mark Harmon apparently teamed up with Dr. Phil to create Alpha TRT.
Or did he???
An hour later I came across THIS ad. . .
Which brought me to THIS sales page. . .
What the heck? Something smells a little bull-shitty. It’s the SAME ad!
All they did was switch out the supposed “creators” of the “cure.”
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But Wait, There’s More!
Now they’re saying that legendary football pro Terry Bradshaw created Alpha TRT!
Click Here to read how I dissected the hell out of that one.
And then just the other day I saw them claiming that another NFL hall of famer, Howie Long, uses it.
And today it’s Michael Strahan…
What About Jimmy Kimmel? Did He Create Alpha TRT?
What do you think?! Of course not!
In this particular case, they’re claiming that Jimmy Kimmel is actually losing his show because of all of the backlash…
What a crock of s#$t!
I don’t believe that any of these celebrities created Alpha TRT.
It’s probably just some skeevy marketing ploy that crashed and burned on this discerning reviewer.
Is it really so hard to tell the truth?
But let’s put down the pitchforks for the time-being, and let’s have a look at Alpha TRT as objectively as possible to find out if it will really get the job done.
1. About the Company
Alphentyx Health is the company that makes Alpha TRT.
They include contact information (email and shipping address) on their website, which is always good business.
Looks like they’re based out of Chandler, AZ.
Or maybe not, as it’s just a PO Box.
Alphentyx Health currently makes and sells three products, which are marketed as a “three-step male enhancement system.” They say when used together, the system “may help you enjoy improved vitality, virility, vascularity, and vigor.”
What is Alpha TRT?
Alpha TRT is a dietary supplement that’s sold as an over the counter alternative to prescription drugs like Viagra or Cialis.
While OTC products like Alpha TRT are said to boost testosterone and energy, most men are really in the market for improved erections. I mean, let’s be real.
Erectile dysfunction sucks!
But. . . according to the Alphentyx Health website, Alpha TRT is a “medical strength male enhancement,” that promises to:
- Work synergistically to ramp up sexual stamina
- Increase staying power
- And boost sexual confidence
2. What are the ingredients in Alpha TRT?
The Alpha TRT formula is all-natural and “free from any artificial fillers, binders or harmful synthetic chemicals.”
The 700 mg proprietary herbal blend contains following ingredients:
- Damiana, which is historically used to increase sexual desire. Source
- Tribulus terrestris, a botanical that increases sexual function and libido. Source
- Horny goat weed, an herb that helps to increase blood flow to the penis and improve sexual function. Source
- Eurycoma Longfolia, is shown to increase testosterone and strength. Source
- Ginseng, is used to boost energy and manage sexual dysfunction in men. Source
- Muira Puama, helps to improve physical and sexual performance. Source
- Yohimbe, used to arouse sexual desire and help with erectile dysfunction. Source
Most of these ingredients are found in many other testosterone formulas, including supplements like Viantis and 5G Male.
So there’s nothing out of the ordinary (or special) about this formula.
Here’s the Alpha TRT ingredient label. . .
Alpha TRT FAQ’s
3. How do I take it?
The makers of Alpha TRT stress that the product is for “Adult men only.” Adult men will take 2 capsules by mouth once per day.
You’ll also want to make sure you’re getting enough exercise and eating healthy for optimal results.
4. How long does Alpha TRT take to start working?
You might notice the effects of Alpha TRT within weeks, if not days.
However, it’s said that for some men it may take upwards of 6 months to see an improvement in erections and/or ejaculation. Source
And if you’re wondering how long testosterone pills like Alpha TRT will last, you might get a solid year out of the products before the effects finally peak.
5. Are there side effects with Alpha TRT?
Taking any testosterone pill comes with its fair share of potential issues.
While most men can take T-boosters without experiencing side effects, the folks at WebMD claim that others will have to look out for. . .
- Sleep apnea
- Acne or oily skin
- Mild fluid retention
- Increased risk of prostate abnormalities
- Risk of blood clots
- And even breast enlargement :-/
WebMD recently published another article titledTRT: Myths and Facts.
In this piece they detail other more serious side effects that could result from taking testosterone supplements.
And finally, as a last word of caution, the Alpha TRT label says to steer clear of the product if you fall into any of the following categories:
6. Can I take Alpha TRT with alcohol?
You probably shouldn’t take Alpha TRT, or any testosterone-booster with alcohol.
Here’s a video that explains why. . .
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but facts are facts.
I know, I know.
You’re probably feeling a bit like this guy right about now. . .
But seriously, there is a TON of evidence that drinking alcohol is only serving to lower your testosterone, and destroy your liver.
7. User reviews of Alpha TRT
Amazon is a good place to find tons of (generally unbiased) user reviews.
Unfortunately, although Alpha TRT is sold on Amazon, there aren’t any user reviews for it yet.
So I searched high and low, and all I found were these pathetic “reviews.”
The following YouTube videos don’t say a damn thing about the product, but offer you a link to buy.
I mean, c’mon people.
And this one. . .
8. Where to buy Alpha TRT?
You can buy Alpha TRT on the official Alphentyx Health website, and you can also get it on Amazon.com as mentioned.
As far as I know, those are the only two places you can get your hands on the product.
9. How much does Alpha TRT cost?
The supplement is sold in a 60 capsule quantity.
And a bottle of the stuff will run you a whopping $97.23 from the Alphentyx website.God almighty.
But rest your loins my friend. . .
You can find it for half the price on Amazon, where you’ll only pay $49.97 for the product.Not bad.
They also offer a free trial, which I IMPLORE you to completely avoid at all costs.
Click Here to find out why.
If you’ve already been sucked in to their free trial offer, and are looking to get out of it, check out this article.
It will show you exactly what you need to do to cancel, and possibly even get a refund.
10. Does Alpha TRT offer a Guarantee?
Alright, this is where Alpha TRT really falls short.
First of all, they claim to stand behind the product by offering a “100% Risk Free Satisfaction Guarantee.”
Well, what exactly does that mean?
I went searching the site for their refund policy, which I found a tiny link for at the very bottom of their website.
Here’s how their 100% Risk Free Satisfaction Guarantee actually works. . .
And yeah, it’s total crap.
OK — so they will credit “one returned unopened product per customer.” Yup, unopened.
How can you “use with confidence” if they only accept returns on unopened bottles?
The return package must be postmarked within 30 days of your original order and has to include “a RMA number obtained from customer service.” They go on to say no returns will be granted after 30 days of your order.
It gets better.
Once you jump through their hoops, you’re gonna have to fork out the shipping and handling on the return order.
And finally, you’ll have to pay “a small $9.95 restocking fee.”
I’d almost rather set myself on fire than go through all the hassle.Almost.
To be honest, I wanted to like this supplement. I really did.
But here’s why I don’t.
First of all, remember their shady advertising and how they tried to tell us the product was created by different celebrities?
Yeah, not cool.
If you need to craft a false story of celebrity endorsements in order to generate interest in your brand, chances are there are more red flags to follow.
Second, the formula is pretty run-of-the-mill and doesn’t offer anything that you can’t get in a much cheaper t-booster.
There aren’t any real reviews for the product.
The makers don’t even list reviews or testimonials on their website, which is strange.
At least make some up (kidding, don’t).
At nearly $100, it’s pretty damn expensive.
If I’m gonna drop a Benjamin for bigger, better erections and improved vitality, it better be backed up with rave reviews, AND a real guarantee.
But alas, the guarantee doesn’t inspire any confidence in the product whatsoever.
So my final recommendation. . . is totry a testosterone booster that actually works.
Have you tried Alpha TRT?If so, write your review in the comments below!
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In Short: I would NOT recommend this to a friend.
I understood that I was to receive a free 30 days supply of the product if I agreed to pay $4.95 shipping. I agreed solely because it stated Terry Bradshaw took it two hours before he needed it and it was better than Viagra and Cialis. They stated that Terry Bradshaw was being sued by Viagra and Cialis for supporting this product. They went on to say that he was not deterred and fought back by giving free samples of the product after a show. Well, on 11/7 I was charged the $4.95 shipping which was expected. I was hoping the product would work and I would order more. However, on 11/22 they charged me $98. This was a total surprise to me and I have not even used the free sample yet. I called to ask why I was being charged when I did not order any more of their product. They stated that the fine print stated I would be charged after 30 days. I did not see any of this on the website I visited. I complained that this was not good business as I would never order a free sample of something if I had to pay $98 later. I explained the only reason I agreed to get the free sample was of the advertising that used Terry Bradshaw. They would only agree to give back $49. I stated this was not acceptable and was calling my credit card company to have the charge deputed. The credit card company stated it would take them about two billing cycles to find out what they could do. They were able to insure that no more charges from this company would be accepted.
6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.
Didnt work out
In Short: I would NOT recommend this to a friend.
... scamers product does not work be careful when you cancel they will still charge you for the product don,t buy a product that wont work.
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