PhD Test Matrix Review

Ready for a PhD level testosterone booster? Our PhD Test Matrix Review will be analyzing the hell out of this popular T-Booster! It’s manufactured by a company called PhD sports. Their name alone calls up high-expectations that even my parents would be proud of!

It all looks good on the outside. You know, they have it all packaged in a way that feels clinical and they even made a point of differentiating their products from the US to their products in the UK. By that, I mean, that their products in the US show a different formula — than their products in the UK.

Yeah, weird. However, I admire the fact that they even thought to do so. PhD Sports is an over-ten-year-old company after all. I bet they learned a trick or two over the years.

Of course, the most important thing is whether or not they applied those tricks to their actual formula. Curious? Well, don’t worry! Our PhD Test Matrix Review has got you covered.

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How does the PhD Test Matrix work?

So, let’s talk about this mismatch formula thing. What did I mean when I said that the UK formula was different from the US? Wouldn’t that mean that they are two different products? The answer to that is no. It’s the same product. It’s just, with the UK version, they actually show the dosages.

The US version of the formula is hidden completely inside of a proprietary blend (keeping us from knowing what is inside of it.) If you’re not familiar with this kind of blend, then all you have to know is that most supplement companies use them to hide the true effectiveness of their formula.

It seems that the same was done with the PhD Test Matrix. The UK version revealed a couple of things. Let’s have a closer look at said ingredients and reveal what those tricky little demons tried to hide from us.


PhD Test Matrix Ingredients

PhD Test Matrix Review Ingredients

Tribulus Terrestris

As far as testosterone boosters go, Tribulus is a commodity. We see it enough that one would think that it belongs in T-boosters. Unfortunately, it doesn’t really do anything. At most, it might wake up the little guy downstairs, but nothing as far as actually boosting your testosterone. The fact that this is the PhD Test Matrix’s main ingredient worries me.

D-Aspartic Acid

This ingredient is revealed to us in the UK version of the Test Matrix. Admittedly, this raised my hopes up a little. At least, until I saw the dosage. I can see why they would want to hide it in the US version. After all, the 500mg that they mixed into their formula is just not enough to make it work.

If they had used the recommended dose, then we could have said that this would effectively increase your testosterone levels, but as it is? Well, it’s just crap.

Saw Pametto

Believe it or not, this is more likely to decrease testosterone. Fortunately, it’s been linked to only lowering the levels of DHT. DHT is a bi-product of testosterone that has been linked to things like male pattern baldness and an oversized prostate. That’s good and all, but a little bit more research would help in proving this to be real.


Buy PhD Test Matrix

If you’re looking to buy yourself a tub of these, then you’re going to have to look pretty far. At least, if you want a fair price. If you live in the UK, then you might just be lucky enough to catch it around 20 Euro.

On the other hand, if you live in the US, then you’re going to be hard-pressed to find it at a price cheaper than $50. That’s a shit ton of money. Especially for something that didn’t really show that much promise.


Side Effects of PhD Test Matrix

The only thing that I can really be certain about the PhD Test Matrix, is the safety of its ingredients. There’s nothing here that should be harmful in any way, and even if there were — the dosages are too low for it to cause an extreme reaction.

Still, make sure you look at the tag or talk to your doctor if you have existing allergies or conditions.


PhD Test Matrix Review Results and Expected Effects

That concludes our PhD Test Matrix Review! I can’t say that I was particularly happy with the results… I mean, I expected a lot more from a supplement that goes by “PhD.” If nothing else, I would have liked that they used more proven-to-work ingredients.

Which makes it even more disappointing that they used none. Most of the ingredients in their formula are untested. Okay, so there were one or two good ones, like D-Aspartic Acid. But they messed that one up by giving us the wrong dose.

So, all in all? I’m not really interested in buying what they’re selling. I’d prefer to spend my money on a supplement that will actually work. Want to get to know the leading t-boosters in the market? Check out our Top 5 Testosterone Boosters list!

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PhD Test Matrix Review

All the ingredients in the PhD Test Matrix are either untested or underdosed. That makes it a pretty ineffective testosterone booster.

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