* Formula is currently being re-formulated

  • Increase Testosterone*
  • Boost Muscle Protein Synthesis
  • Supports IGF-1*
  • Inhibits Myostatin*
  • 30 Servings



Testosterone is the quintessential hormone for optimizing male health. It drives muscle growth, libido, fat loss and other male sex characteristics. Certainly, we want greater testosterone levels.

But that’s not all we want.

Insulin-like growth factor (IGF) is another hormone necessary for large increases in muscle mass. IGF increases skeletal muscle hypertrophy while also blocking breakdown.

Myostatin is the strongest inhibitory force acting on muscle growth. Thus, if we can block myostatin even a little bit, huge gains can be expected.

Last, but not least, a new class of brassinosteroids, featuring laxogenin, have shown comparable increases in muscle anabolic activity as other “enhanced” supplements. Laxogenin has been proven to increase muscle growth, particularly in large type 2 fibers.

T-MAXX tackles testosterone and muscle support from all angles.

  • Paederia Foetida – Activates testosterone production*
  • Fadogia Agrestis – Increases testosterone up to 6-fold in as few as 5 days*
  • Epicatechin – A novel myostatin inhibitor with demonstrated anabolic effects*
  • Maslinic Acid – Boosts IGF-1 levels*

With 5 proven anabolic ingredients, with supporting vitamins and minerals such as vitamin D and boron, T-MAXX is the best test booster available.


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts

  * Formula is currently being re-formulated


Vitamin D

A cholesterol- and hormone-like vitamin that supports more optimal testosterone levels.

  • Vitamin D supplementation has been observed to increase testosterone in men by 30%
  • Vitamin D also increases free testosterone
  • Also helps manage glucose, reduce fat mass, and improve cardiovascular health


Vitamin B6

An essential, water-soluble vitamin.

  • Supports DNA repair following free radical damage
  • Augments testosterone synthesis and androgen receptor sensitivity
  • Supports liver health and estrogen inactivation



Zinc is one of the required minerals for supporting life.

  • May help control inflammatory markers
  • Noted testosterone boosting effects
  • Also helps with estrogen control by aromatase inhibition



This mineral has the most pronounced effects on optimizing hormone balance out of all minerals, and many supplement ingredients as well.

  • Decreases estrogen levels
  • Increases total and free testosterone


Paederia Foetida

Paederia is an herb often used to improve intestinal health with recorded effects on male vigor and health.

  • Increased testosterone after 15 days supplementation.
  • Enhances erectile strength and semen production


Fadogia Agrestis

An aphrodisiac herb which research suggests also has testosterone enhancing effects.

  • Has increased libido over 300% from baseline.
  • Boosted testosterone concentrations 200%, 300%, and 600% with increasing doses



Epicatechin is a polyphenolic compound found in many common foods, like tea and chocolate.

  • Recently discovered to inhibit myostatin
  • This has led to increased muscle growth vs. placebo
  • Remains a potent anti-oxidant


Maslinic Acid

A compound common to olive and olive oil.

  • May increase IGF-1
  • Supports joint health



From black pepper, BioPerine (a standardized piperine) enhances absorption of herbs.

  • Reduces the body’s premature breakdown of helpful herbals
  • Increases gastrointestinal uptake



Q: What is the best way to use T-MAXX?

A: As a dietary supplement, take 1 serving (3 capsules) with water daily.


Q: Can I stack other products with T-MAXX?

A: Yes. T-MAXX can be stacked with TOR-ACTIV to speed muscle growth and BURNR to enhance fat loss.


Vitamin D

  1. Salehpour, A., Hosseinpanah, F., Shidfar, F., Vafa, M., Razaghi, M., Dehghani, S., ... & Gohari, M. (2012). A 12-week double-blind randomized clinical trial of vitamin D 3 supplementation on body fat mass in healthy overweight and obese women. Nutrition journal11(1), 78.
  2. Pilz, S., Frisch, S., Koertke, H., Kuhn, J., Dreier, J., Obermayer-Pietsch, B., ... & Zittermann, A. (2011). Effect of vitamin D supplementation on testosterone levels in men. Hormone and Metabolic Research43(03), 223-225.
  3. Wehr, E., Pilz, S., Boehm, B. O., März, W., & Obermayer‐Pietsch, B. (2010). Association of vitamin D status with serum androgen levels in men. Clinical endocrinology73(2), 243-248.
  4. Bischoff-Ferrari, H. A., Orav, E. J., & Dawson-Hughes, B. (2008). Additive benefit of higher testosterone levels and vitamin D plus calcium supplementation in regard to fall risk reduction among older men and women. Osteoporosis International19(9), 1307-1314.

Vitamin B6

  1. BISKIND, M. S., & BISKIND, G. R. (1943). Inactivation of testosterone propionate in the liver during vitamin B complex deficiency. Alteration of the estrogen-androgen equilibrium. Endocrinology32(1), 97-102.
  2. Biskind, M. S., & Biskind, G. R. (1942). Effect of vitamin B complex deficiency on inactivation of estrone in the liver. Endocrinology31(1), 109-114.
  3. Symes, E. K., Bender, D. A., Bowden, J. F., & Coulson, W. F. (1984). Increased target tissue uptake of, and sensitivity to, testosterone in the vitamin B6 deficient rat. Journal of steroid biochemistry20(5), 1089-1093.


  1. Kelishadi, R., Hashemipour, M., Adeli, K., Tavakoli, N., Movahedian-Attar, A., Shapouri, J., ... & Rouzbahani, A. (2010). Effect of zinc supplementation on markers of insulin resistance, oxidative stress, and inflammation among prepubescent children with metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome and related disorders8(6), 505-510.
  2. Rodondi, A., Ammann, P., Ghilardi-Beuret, S., & Rizzoli, R. (2009). Zinc increases the effects of essential amino acids-whey protein supplements in frail elderly. JNHA-The Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging13(6), 491-497.
  3. Blostein-Fujii, A., DiSilvestro, R. A., Frid, D., Katz, C., & Malarkey, W. (1997). Short-term zinc supplementation in women with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus: effects on plasma 5’-nucleotidase activities, insulin-like growth factor I concentrations, and lipoprotein oxidation rates in vitro. The American journal of clinical nutrition66(3), 639-642.
  4. Kilic, M. (2007). Effect of fatiguing bicycle exercise on thyroid hormone and testosterone levels in sedentary males supplemented with oral zinc. Neuro endocrinology letters28(5), 681-685.
  5. Jalali, G. R., Roozbeh, J., Mohammadzadeh, A., Sharifian, M., Sagheb, M. M., Jahromi, A. H., ... & Afshariani, R. (2010). Impact of oral zinc therapy on the level of sex hormones in male patients on hemodialysis. Renal failure32(4), 417-419.


  1. Naghii, M. R., Mofid, M., Asgari, A. R., Hedayati, M., & Daneshpour, M. S. (2011). Comparative effects of daily and weekly boron supplementation on plasma steroid hormones and proinflammatory cytokines. Journal of trace elements in medicine and biology25(1), 54-58.
  2. Nielsen, F. H., Hunt, C. D., Mullen, L. M., & Hunt, J. R. (1987). Effect of dietary boron on mineral, estrogen, and testosterone metabolism in postmenopausal women. The FASEB journal1(5), 394-397.
  3. Ferrando, A. A., & Green, N. R. (1993). The effect of boron supplementation on lean body mass, plasma testosterone levels, and strength in male bodybuilders. International journal of sport nutrition3(2), 140-149.
  4. Naghii, M. R., & Samman, S. (1997). The effect of boron on plasma testosterone and plasma lipids in rats. Nutrition Research17(3), 523-531.

Paederia Foetida

  1. Soni, D. K., Sharma, V., Chauhan, N. S., & Dixit, V. K. (2012). Effect of ethanolic extract of Paederia foetida Linn. leaves on sexual behavior and spermatogenesis in male rats. Journal of Men's Health9(4), 268-276.
  2. Ojha, S., Raj, A., Roy, A., & Roy, S. (2018). Extraction of Total Phenolics, Flavonoids and Tannins from Paederia foetida L. Leaves and their Relation with Antioxidant Activity. Pharmacognosy Journal10(3).

Fadogia Agrestis

  1. Yakubu, M. T., Akanji, M. A., & Oladiji, A. T. (2005). Aphrodisiac potentials of the aqueous extract of Fadogia agrestis (Schweinf. Ex Hiern) stem in male albino rats. Asian Journal of Andrology7(4), 399-404.
  2. Yakubu, M. T., Akanji, M. A., & Oladiji, A. T. (2008). Effects of oral administration of aqueous extract of Fadogia agrestis (Schweinf. Ex Hiern) stem on some testicular function indices of male rats. Journal of ethnopharmacology115(2), 288-292.


  1. Gutierrez-Salmean, G., Ciaraldi, T. P., Nogueira, L., Barboza, J., Taub, P. R., Hogan, M. C., ... & Ramirez-Sanchez, I. (2014). Effects of (−)-epicatechin on molecular modulators of skeletal muscle growth and differentiation. The Journal of nutritional biochemistry25(1), 91-94.
  2. McDonald, C., Henricson, E., Oskarsson, B., Aguilar, C., Nicorici, A., Joyce, N., ... & Villareal, F. (2015). Epicatechin enhances mitochondrial biogenesis, increases dystrophin and utrophin, increases follistatin while decreasing myostatin, and improves skeletal muscle exercise response in adults with Becker muscular dystrophy (BMD). Neuromuscular Disorders25, S314-S315.
  3. Gutiérrez-Salmeán, G., Ortiz-Vilchis, P., Vacaseydel, C. M., Rubio-Gayosso, I., Meaney, E., Villarreal, F., ... & Ceballos, G. (2014). Acute effects of an oral supplement of (−)-epicatechin on postprandial fat and carbohydrate metabolism in normal and overweight subjects. Food & function5(3), 521-527.
  4. Morrison, M., van der Heijden, R., Heeringa, P., Kaijzel, E., Verschuren, L., Blomhoff, R., ... & Kleemann, R. (2014). Epicatechin attenuates atherosclerosis and exerts anti-inflammatory effects on diet-induced human-CRP and NFκB in vivo. Atherosclerosis233(1), 149-156.

    Maslinic Acid

    1. Bang, H. S., Seo, D. Y., Chung, Y. M., Oh, K. M., Park, J. J., Arturo, F., ... & Han, J. (2014). Ursolic Acid-induced elevation of serum irisin augments muscle strength during resistance training in men. The Korean Journal of Physiology & Pharmacology18(5), 441-446.
    2. Fukumitsu, S., Villareal, M. O., Aida, K., Hino, A., Hori, N., Isoda, H., & Naito, Y. (2016). Maslinic acid in olive fruit alleviates mild knee joint pain and improves quality of life by promoting weight loss in the elderly. Journal of clinical biochemistry and nutrition59(3), 220-225.


    1. Shoba, G., Joy, D., Joseph, T., Majeed, M., Rajendran, R., & Srinivas, P. S. S. R. (1998). Influence of piperine on the pharmacokinetics of curcumin in animals and human volunteers. Planta medica64(04), 353-356.
    2. Atal, C. K., Dubey, R. K., & Singh, J. (1985). Biochemical basis of enhanced drug bioavailability by piperine: evidence that piperine is a potent inhibitor of drug metabolism. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics232(1), 258-262.
    3. Sunila, E. S., & Kuttan, G. (2004). Immunomodulatory and antitumor activity of Piper longum Linn. and piperine. Journal of ethnopharmacology90(2-3), 339-346.

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