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Ingredients of Test Worx

As it was mentioned, Test Worx claims to combat SHBG with a blend of EuryPeptides. SHBG or for Sex Hormone Binding Globulin binds testosterone cells to fat cells making them useless. If the action of SHBG is blocked, the testosterone gets free from binding to fat cells. Logically it can be used for building muscles, increasing energy levels and improving sex drive. This sounds simple, but, this chemical process has not been studied completely, thus, it would be wrong to claim that it works in the very way described higher.

It is also said that the blend of EuryPeptides also contains Maca, Tribulus Terrestris, Eurycoma Longifolia, and L-Arginine. The latter is an amino acid that is promised to dilate blood vessels and improve nutrient and oxygen supply to the muscles and other tissues of the body. It is expected to improve athletic performance during different types of physical activities.

The product also contains root extracts of Eurycoma longifolia and Tribulus Terrestis plants. These components are said to increase testosterone levels in the male body but once again this claim is not completely proven scientifically.

On this stage of my research work, I found out that Test Worx is manufactured in Superior Labs. They have also added vitamins B-12 and B-6 to the product. Vitamin B-12 is expected to increase the production of red blood cells and oxygen supply to the body tissues. Vitamin B-6 is said to increase testosterone production, enhance conversion of fat to energy, improve mental health and well-being in general.

Other additional ingredients in the supplement include zinc. It is a natural mineral, that takes part in the production of testosterone. This is especially important for athletes who are actively involved in muscle building.

Another component of Test Worx is Maca. It is a Peruvian herb that is believed to increase stamina and energy, reduce stress, and promote muscle gain. The supplement also has Nettle root extracts that are responsible for the process of muscle recovery. According to the company's claim, Niacinamide was added to improve athletic endurance and blood flow.

As you can see, there are many ingredients in Test Worx, however, it is unknown whether they are taken from reliable vendors and in what surrounding the supplement is manufactured. As far as I understood, it has no certifications. Most of the ingredients have not been studied enough within the scientific community, so they can be associated with a number of side effects and allergic reactions. Most of modern testosterone boosters can cause acne, mild agitation, and dehydration in some men.

Where To Buy Test Worx?

Sixty vegetarian capsules cost $60 on supplementswatch.com. This is a thirty-day supply. The supplement can be also purchased from such retails stores as Amazon, GNC and Walmart.