Clomadex Review

A product by Pure Labs

Overall Rating:


Positives Negatives
  • Contains Vitamin D and Mucuna Pruriens
  • Not enough estrogen blockers
  • Doesn’t help detoxify liver
  • May be toxic
  • Poor Serving Schedule

Review Overview – How does Clomadex work?

clomadex2Despite the name, and what you might think, this product is in no way a different blend of Clomid. Far from it. This is a natural PCT that is piggy-backing off the name of a SERM.

Now that that’s out of the way Clomadex claims to be able to:

  • Block Estrogen
  • Increase Testosterone
  • Raise Libido

There were more features, but they’re all what’s listed above in a more ‘sales-y’ way like “Enhanced Sexual Peformance” (Boosted libido, duh.) so I was already suspicious of this product.

Although it does have a few good ingredients, there were a few things up with Clomadex that didn’t sit right with me.

What does Clomadex do?

Clomadex has 2 servings a day, each being 1 capsule and taken with a meal.

In my honest opinion as an expert on natural PCT, this isn’t the best for serving directions. I believe supplements that have 3 – 4 servings a day are the best for putting your hormones back on the right track.

The ingredients were good in some areas but bad in others, and as there’s only 4 in Clomadex, I’ve done a brief write up on them, and if they’re going to work for you:

Fadogia Agrestis

This is mainly a libido booster, unfortunately little testing has been done in humans but it shows good pro-erectile qualities in rats. It may help reboot your sex drive after finishing a cycle.

The only problem with this nutrient is that there is a possibility of it being too toxic for regular human consumption. Studies are still being done, but we suggesting holding fire on Fadogia Agrestis until we know more.

Mucuna Pruriens

A good booster of testosterone, also known as velvet bean, this nutrient contains L-DOPA to raise your dopamine levels and reduce your Prolactin, both of which will be low and high respectively after a cycle.

Managing your Prolactin after a cycle is key, as too much of it can cause you side effects like hardened nipples and discharge from the area. That said we don’t know as to what percentage this nutrient has been standardized for L-DOPA.


A form of DHEA, a hormone thought to improve testosterone and reduce estrogen. Although it sounds good on the surface, studies into this nutrient have only been carried out on menopausal women, and has seen unreliable results in affecting hormonal levels when supplemented orally.

Vitamin D3

This is one of the most essential nutrients when it comes to testosterone boosting. D3 is technically a hormone and is only absorbed through our skin via the sun’s rays.

It’s a great addition to Clomadex as you struggle to get enough of this vitamin throughout the day if you live in an overcast country or spend a lot of your time working indoors.

My only problem with it is that 1 serving of this supplement only contains 500IUs. The top PCTs I’ve reviewed contain around 5000IUs – the general RDA from D3 is heavily under-dosed. If you really want to make a difference to your T-levels with D3 you need around 3500IUs – 5000IUs.

Full list:

Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings Per Container: 60
Typical Values Per Serving
Fadogia Agrestis Extract
Mucuna Pruriens Extract
Colecalciferol (Vitamin D3)
500 mg
150 mg
50 mg
12.5 mcg – 250%

Although there are libido enhancers and testosterone boosters in this product, not a lot of thought has gone into estrogen blocking and liver detoxification. Both things that you ought to be looking for in a PCT, particularly if you were dealing with methylated hormones.

Are there side effects?

It’s unlikely, however I don’t want to rule it out. You should be wary of the Fadogia Agrestis in this supplement as it may have some form of toxicity, the last thing you want to deal with after you’ve finished up your cycle.

How long should I use it for?

Pure Labs recommends 1 month with their 30 day supply.

However, I’ve found you always get the best out of natural PCT after taking it for around 3 months.

How much does it cost?

It seems to be more available in the UK stores than in the states, you can pick up a bottle of Clomadex for £29.99 for 60 capsules (1 month supply)


Is there anything better than Clomadex?

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Clomadex Review Conclusion

After reviewing both the ingredients and the serving requirements of Pure Labs’ Clomodex, I have to admit that it is not the best out there.

Although it contains good ingredients like Vitamin D3 and Mucuna Pruriens, it doesn’t have much else going for it.

Androsta is an unreliable aromatase inhibitor and Fadogia Agrestis may be toxic, so it doesn’t leave us with a lot of options.

As for the servings themselves, 2 a day is not enough. These products have more effect on hormonal levels when taken 3 – 4 times a day as it constantly supplies the body with what it needs to return to optimum levels.

Until the appropriate changes have been made to this PCT, I do not recommend Clomadex for your PCT in this state.

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