Power Testro is a recently-released nutritional supplement that promises to use amino acids to enhance your pump and boost lean muscle gains at the gym. Here’s our Power Testro review.
What is Power Testro?
Power Testro is a new nutritional supplement that relies on ingredients like L-citrulline and L-taurine to widen your blood vessels and enhance your strength gains. The supplement is only available to US residents via a unique trial offer.
The creators of Power Testro claim you can use the supplement to enhance your pump at the gym, which helps you maximize strength gains. You take two tablets 30 minutes before a workout to widen your blood vessels and raise nitric oxide levels. The blend of ingredients also claims to offer you “laser sharp concentration”.
To enjoy Power Testro yourself, you’ll only need to pay $5.95 for shipping and handling, after which a full-size bottle of Power Testro will be shipped to your address. However, as you’ll learn below, there’s one big, expensive “catch” associated with that trial.
How Does Power Testro Work?
Power Testro claims to work its magic using three active ingredients. Those ingredients include L-citrulline, L-taurine, and something called a “Pure N.O. Super Molecule”.
— L-Citrulline: L-citrulline has been shown to boost nitric oxide production within the body, helping you relax your arteries and improve blood flow.
— L-Taurine: The manufacturer of Power Testro claims that L-taurine is a “powerful antioxidant” that has been shown to dilate blood vessels, improve circulation, and help deliver oxygen to your muscles.
— “Pure N.O. Super Molecule”: The manufacturer provides little information about what this is or what it does. It simply calls it a “super molecule” and expects you to believe it. The sales page’s description leads me to believe that the so-called super molecule is the amino acid L-arginine.
These three compounds all have something in common: they’re all amino acids. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and they come from dietary sources – our body cannot produce amino acids on its own. Amino acid supplements are popular in the bodybuilding community.
Power Testro Ingredients
The “ingredients” list is where Power Testro gets a little shady: specifically, the supplement does not list its ingredients or any other information about its ingredients. In fact, the manufacturer only lists two of its natural ingredients: L-citrulline and L-taurine.
That means you have to guess how much of the remaining ingredients are entering your body. We don’t even know the specific amounts of L-citrulline and L-taurine available in each serving of Power Testro.
If you’re the type of person who likes to know exactly what you’re putting into your body, then Power Testro is a supplement you may want to avoid. The manufacturer has refused to disclose any information about its supplement’s ingredient profile, which is suspicious to say the least.
That hasn’t stopped Power Testro’s manufacturer from making bold claims about the supplement. The creator claims that the ingredients are part of a “100% natural formula” with “no fillers” and that all of the ingredients are available at the “highest quality” and “highest concentration”. That all sounds good, but there’s no evidence to back up any of these claims.
How to Buy Power Testro
The manufacturer of Power Testro claims that recent media demand and attention has forced them to restrict trial offers to 250 trials per day. In reality, it appears that the trial offer is always available. So if you see a message saying “As of TODAY we currently have product IN-STOCK” at the top of the page when you visit, then please realize that everybody sees that message.
In any case, the trial offer seems like a great deal: you pay $4.95 today for shipping and handling and that’s it.
Of course, like most things on the internet that are too good to be true, there’s a big catch behind Power Testro. Here’s how the “free” trial offer works:
— When you enter your credit card information to pay the $4.95 shipping and handling fee, your credit card is pre-charged a total of $89.95.
— That charge will not be fully processed until 14 days after your order, at which point the charge will appear on your credit card. That charge covers your initial shipment of Power Testro, which was a full-sized bottle (despite being called a “trial” offer).
— Every 30 days thereafter, your credit card will be charged an additional $89.95 and you’ll receive a full-sized shipment of Power Testro delivered to your doorstep.
All of this information is hidden in small, light-grey text at the very bottom of the Power Testro ordering page. The manufacture appears to have done everything they can to hide the text from customers while still covering themselves legally. It’s shady and unscrupulous – so make sure you always read through the terms and conditions.
If you ordered the trial offer of Power Testro and don’t want to pay the full $90 fee, then you’ll need to call the company at (866) 981-5134 to cancel. If you do nothing, then the company will continue charging you $90 every month for the rest of your life.
How to Use Power Testro
The manufacturer recommends taking two Power Testro tablets 30 minutes before you start your workout.
Who Makes Power Testro?
Power Testro is made by a company that does not disclose its name at the official Power Testro website. However, it lists its contact information and shipping address.
The company is located at the following address:780 Morosgo Dr. #13111
Atlanta, GA 30324
You can contact the company by email at [email protected] or by calling their toll-free customer support line at (866) 981-5134.
Of course, it doesn’t take much Google searching to discover the real company behind Power Testro. When you search for the company’s contact information online, you’ll find that a number of low-quality products are associated with that address, including a pricey nutritional supplement called Power Garcinia Cambogia and an anti-aging skin cream called Allure Skin Cream.
The address itself doesn’t refer to a specific business: it’s a post office box inside a US Post Office in suburban Atlanta.
Ultimately, Power Testro is an expensive amino acid supplement that provides little justification for its high price tag and makes itself even more unattractive with an unscrupulous autoship program.