About Living Research Institute
The living research institute has a number of products they have brought to the market, keeping a commitment to ongoing research related to aging, wellness, beauty, and nutrition. The Testo-O-Boost supplement is one of their products targeted to men who want to “boost” their testosterone levels.
As men start to age, it is common for their testosterone levels to drop resulting in a lower sex drive, lower sexual performance and may hinder the ability to build muscle mass and also make it harder to increase strength. Testo-O-Boost is a formula made from natural remedies, it is non-steroidal. It increases testosterone, aims to block estrogen, and enhances anabolic hormone levels.
The ingredients of Testo-O-Boost include zinc, tongkat, Ali, Ginseng, Muira Puama, Cayenne Pepper, Astragalus, and Tribulus Terrestris. Online you will find this product sold with another product called Sacred Hair Growth, composed of He Shou Wu Extract, Nettle, and Saw Palmetto.
They offer a few different purchase options, you may purchase each product individually or a combination package including both the Testo-O-Boost and the Hair Growth supplements. They recommend a 3-month combination package to start. There is a 60-day money back guarantee; they will even refund your money if you return empty bottles.
A one-month supply of either product is $39.95; if you buy a one-month package including one bottle of each product, it is $69.90. A three-month supply of either one costs $119.85; a combination of both products for 3 months is $179.00. For $319.00, you can get six bottles of both products or you can get six months of each individual product for $239.70.
Testo-O-Boost may be too expensive for the average consumer. There are always other options, ones that are probably less expensive. With the abundance of similar products and supplements on the market, your chances of finding something less expensive is probable. If you take the time to search around and make some price comparisons, you may be able to save a lot money in the end.
2 ‘Living Research Institute’ Reviews
I bought there product, took it as recommended. Nothing.
Note on their website they say: "Representations regarding the efficacy and safety of Advanced Test-O-Boost have not been scientifically substantiated or evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration".
I tried to get my money back, and they just laughed.
Test o boost did not work for me
I wasted my money on this stuff and it didn't do anything.