Force Factor Test X180 Alpha Ingredients Review:
Force Factor, the manufacturer of the original Test X180, did finally notice the bad reviews for their original test booster. That’s why they came out with a new and improved version. In fact, they came out with 2 boosters, and Alpha is one of them.
To start with the changes, Force Factor boosted their list of ingredients. They put in more B vitamins (B1, B2, B6, and B12), along with minerals such as zinc, selenium copper, and manganese. Zinc here is particularly important, since zinc deficiency is associated with erectile dysfunction.
Then we come to the two blends. The “Sexual Performance Blend” includes L-citrulline for blood flow, and reputed aphrodisiacs such the extracts catuaba bark, maca root, damiana leaf, and muira puama root. Then there’s the “Free Testosterone Boosting Matrix”, which contains the “Testofen” fenugreek seed extract, white mushroom, stinging nettle root extract, chrysin, and DIM.
So once again, we have the problem of blends. It’s good that they included more ingredients, but then we don’t really know just how much you get for each ingredient.
It’s also easy enough to use, as it comes in capsule form. Perhaps the only complication is that for best results you may want to stack this with the Test X180 Ignite.
Even the reports of side effects have been drastically reduced. It’s a very safe product, and that should be expected with these ingredients. Just make sure that you’re not allergic to any for the ingredients, and you’ll be fine.
Obviously, the price will depend on where you get it. Some sellers may sell it a discount so you can become a regular for their other products. But in general, it will set you back about $89 for a month’s supply. That’s more expensive that the original and I guess that’s understandable since they put in more ingredients. But if you take this as a stack with Ignite, then you will really have to spend a lot of money.
Comparisons to Other Supplements
It’s not really all that easy to compare this to others. It does have some fairly effective test boosters and libido enhancers. But without the dosage information, you won’t really know which is better. And so we have to assume that the dosages aren’t great—if they have massive dosages, doesn’t it make sense that they’d boast about it?
In general we prefer something with a more transparent formula, that’s more affordable.