Doctor Recommended Supplements Xcalibur Review
Our Doctor Recommended Supplements Xcalibur Review will be focusing on a testosterone booster that is manufactured by Norax Supplements. Now, this is one of those oldie companies, it’s been around for quite a while now.
We haven’t had the pleasure of testing out any of their products as of yet, but that won’t stop us from checking this out. We’re ready to go through hell or high water to sniff this one out.
Norax seems like a pretty established company. They have over a hundred of products out in the market, and each one is prided for being all-natural and superior in quality. This one in particular promises to boost your performance not only in the bedroom but the gym as well.
Are their claims worth the heavenly pedestal that they stand upon? Or is it a shit product that deserves to be thrown into the pits?
Continue reading to find out…
How does Xcalibur work?
Alright, let’s get straight to business here. The Xcalibur is an all-natural product. That isn’t much of a surprise considering that Norax Supplements prefers producing products that are 100% natural.
However, their next claim is something that has me at at a complete stop. They claim that you should be able to see results almost instantly, and that these benefits could last for up to 48 hours.
Do I believe this? Perhaps. I could believe that the libido-boosting ingredients would be at work here. There are also testosterone booster ingredients that have been tried and tested to be able to provide almost instantaneous results.
Are those ingredients used here? First look says that there is at least one. However, we’d like to preempt this with a bit of a warning. The first sin that the Xcalibur committed, is the existence of a proprietary blend.
Because of this blend, we cannot be certain how much of each ingredient is inside of this supplement, and whether or not it will be at all effective.
It’s not as promising as we would have hoped, but we’re not losing hope just yet.
Tribulus Terrestris is one of those ingredients that we see in a lot of Testosterone Booster supplements. Now, Tribulus is effective. Research has proven that it has the ability to boost testosterone. However, it’s also been said to cause some side-effects. Namely, an enlarged prostate.
This is a great ingredient. It’s relieving to see the Xcalibur making use of an ingredient that should be a staple in all T-booster supplements. The main problem here, is that research has shown that this ingredient is most effective at 2,000-3,000 milligrams.
In the Xcalibur, this ingredient is in a proprietary blend of 1,000mg. So we can safely say- that there isn’t enough for it to be effective.
Horny Goat Weed
This ingredient has always reminded me of the devil, what with the horns and the goat. However, as interesting as its name is. The ingredient itself has not yet been proven to be effective in humans.
Now, L-Arginine should be effective in theory. However, supplementing it has not been proven effective in any recent studies. Plus, the Xcalibur has around 250mg of it in their solution. Whereas it’s seen most effective in doses of around 3-6 grams.
Maca Root is very well known for its ability to increase libido. However, it’s not so effective in raising testosterone. It’s an ingredient that will get you going in the bedroom, but won’t really do much in the gym.
The Xcalibur is sold a lot more expensive than most supplements. The ones we’ve seen so far are comparable in price. However, there are a lot cheaper testosterone boosters out there. This one happens to sell at 49.95 US Dollars per month’s worth.
Side Effects of Xcalibur
There are no crazy side-effects involved when taking all-natural ingredients. However, there is one lone problematic ingredient used in the Xcalibur formula:
- Although all-natural, the Tribulus Terrestris has been known to cause abnormalities to the man’s prostate.
Xcalibur Review Results and Expected Effects
The Xcalibur testosterone booster is a pretty shit supplement. Not going to lie there. There are so many things that could have been better. For example, they have a perfectly good ingredient like D-Aspartic Acid, and then they squander it by not offering a big enough dose.
Not only that, but a lot of the other ingredients are more libido boosters than actual testosterone boosters. They’ll make you feel like something is working, but then as soon you hit the gym- all you’ll feel is tired and cheated.
It’s not the worst. The ingredients are all-natural, at least. However, it’s sinned way too much to be forgivable.