Anabol X1 is marketed primarily as a muscle-building supplement which is supposed to increase natural energy and libido as well as provide antioxidant benefits. Needless to say, these are lofty goals. Does Anabol X1 actually stack up in the end?
The first thing to note with Anabol X1 is that the supplement facts panel isn’t readily available on the initial landing page of the site. You have to go all the way to bottom and click on a tiny link that says “Ingredients” to get the Supplement Facts panel. That’s typically a bad sign because it means the company that makes the product, in this case Anabol X1, doesn’t want the average person scrutinizing the label. Why? Probably because it’s under-dosed.
Anabol X1 Ingredients
Sure enough, if we look at the label, all the ingredients are concealed with one 800mg proprietary blend…
- Tribulus Terrestris
- Gamma Oryzanol
None of these ingredients have ever been proven to increase Testosterone and therefore will not result in accelerated muscle growth. Testosterone must be increased substantially in order for muscle protein synthesis rates to increase dramatically. We discuss this further here:
The best any of these ingredients can do is push Testosterone towards the higher end of the normal range. This may be useful for people with low Testosterone, but if you have healthy Testosterone levels already and you’re looking for a muscle builder, it won’t help you.
The Bottom Line
Like most natural test-boosters that are supposed to make you gain muscle, Anabol X1 falls short of the marketing claims. There is nothing in the formula that can actually increase Testosterone enough to accelerate muscle growth. However, as a libido enhancer, Anabol X1 is actaully not bad, so if that’s what you’re looking for, go for it…