A product by LMNITRIX
Review Overview – What does SPARTN do?
SPARTN is a testosterone booster brought to us by the folks at LMNITRIX which claims to:
- Boost Testosterone
- Encourage Lean Muscle Growth
- Increase Strength and Endurance
However we’re not so sure.
We’ve looked closely at the ingredients, dosages and general science behind SPARTN to see if it really is worth the money.
We were pretty shocked by the results we found:
How are the servings?
With only one a day, there’ s only so much benefit your test levels can gain from SPARTN, there’s a huge 24 hour before your next dose, which leaves your T-levels free to drop back down to their baseline.
What you should be looking for:
For the best results with a testosterone booster, you need one that supplies around 3 – 4 servings a day. This keeps your hormones constantly supplied with the nutrients they need to be ‘topped up’ and constantly progressing.
P.S.: You can see testosterone’s that do this the best in our top 3 in the link below:
– Top 3 T-Boosters –
What about the ingredients in SPARTN?
Although there are a few good ingredients in SPARTN, they’re mostly masked by a proprietary blend. This means we know what’s being used, but we don’t know how much.
And plus there’s a pro-hormone in here, which are usually bad news. This is our run down:
Zinc’s a good start, but there’s very little here…
Zinc’s one of the better minerals for boosting testosterone levels. It supports the production of Luteinzing Hormone which is the precursor to both testosterone and growth hormone.
However, there’s only 2mg per serving in SPARTN which isn’t going to have much effect at all.
However the D-Aspartic Acid is far better dosed…
DAA follows a similar path to zinc, and is needed for reactions in the brain to boost luteinzing hormone to help produce growth hormone and testosterone.
There’s a good amount here too, 2g should be plenty.
The rest of the ingredients in this product are part of a proprietary blend, this means we don’t know how much of ingredient is being used, or how effective it will be.
The Fenugreek helps with free testosterone levels…
A traditional herb linked to boosting libido, Fenugreek also has the ability to lower insulin levels which can lead to an increase in free testosterone in the bloodstream – depending on the amount used.
The Tribulus however is not so great…
Trib is a nutrient that was thought to be an effective testosterone, but after studies this has been proven not to be the case.
Unfortunately Tribulus has not been seen to raise testosterone, however, it may help to some extent to raise libido.
The Chlorophytum Borivilianum (Safed Musli) won’t help your T-levels, but it’s not completely useless…
Unfortunately there are barely any studies with Safed Musli on humans, but a handful of rat studies exist.
There’s no evidence for it boosting testosterone, however, it may help boost libido to some extent.
Stinging Nettle has it’s advantages…
Another booster of free testosterone, like Fenugreek it helps by reducing the amount of SHBG (Sex Hormone Binding Globulin) a protein which binds to testosterone and strips it of its anabolic potency.
Again, we need to know how much there is in here to see if it’s truly effective.
A natural compound thought to help with the reduction of estrogen. Although it looks promising, there have been no studies to confirm that it works effectively as an aromatase inhibitor (estrogen suppressor).
But the LAXOSTERONE is a serious pro-hormone, and you should be wary of it…
A plant based pro-hormone, that has very little research done on it. The only sources we can find that claim it has no side effects are on sites that are advertising products that contain it.
This relatively unexplored territory in the supplement world and you’d be wise to stay away from it until further research is done.
Overall this is a risky testosterone booster given the pro-hormone angle and something you should stay wary of.
Aside from that the only thing going for this product is the D-Aspartic Acid. The Zinc is under-dosed and we don’t know how much of the other ingredients are actually being used.
If you’re considering taking SPARTN (and are prepared to take the risks) we strongly suggest you reconsider.
If you want to see what you should be looking for in a testosterone booster, check out our top testosterone boosting nutrients in the link below:
The biggest risk you take here is with the Laxosterone – a prohormone. Although claimed to have little to no side effects, there’s been very little research carried out on the plant steroid. And to top it all off there’s been limited success using it.
It’s better to be safe than sorry on this one.
SPARTN Testosterone Booster Review Conclusion
On the whole, one of the main things that tanks SPARTN is the proprietary blend aspect. With so many ingredients bundled together under one dosage, it’s difficult to identify how effective it the overall result will be.
Then you have to consider the pro-hormone angle. This can be dangerous, with various pro-hormones linked to internal organ damage.
It depends on how big of a risk you want to take for gains, us personally, recommend against it.
To see what we’re using at the moment, check out the link below for all the details: