T hero has two reasonably good ingredients in Ashwagandha and Boron and one decent one in Bioperine, everything else in T Hero however isn't great, or has been completely debunked since the release of the supplement. It's definitely not the worst supplement in it's class, but it's definitely not one of the best and we can't say we'd recommend it. We're not fond of a lot of testosterone boosting supplements in general here at EASNA as the vast majority are functionally snake oil, with there being one or two exceptions to the rule.
Odds are if you can get it in Walgreens it's going to be pretty poor as most of the science around natural testosterone supplements has changed in the last decade, and the formulas in stores are hard to adapt as it would mean throwing out a lot of stock.
In terms of what you should look for in a testosterone support supplement it's pretty straightforward and T Hero only has a few of the "good" ingredients. It's missing some of the most well backed ingredients like DAA, Panax Ginseng  or Fenugreek  , doesn't have a good supporting vitamin blend and even manages to slightly under dose Boron (which only needs to be 10mg), we recommend that you check out Prime Male instead (it's $10 more a month, but you get more than double the active ingredients and it's really not even close as a value proposition), although we should mention the dosage of Ashwagandha is correct for raising testosterone levels at 600mg , although over time you may need to take slightly larger amounts for the desired effects as your body gets used to it.
You want a vitamin blend that contains Vitamin D , Zinc , K2 and Magnesium. Deficiencies in any of these can cause low testosterone levels. And almost 50% of the US population is deficient in Vitamin D alone, with Zinc being close to 20%. And even a tiny deficiency here can tank testosterone levels. T Hero has none of these. We also talked about Panax Ginseng which is the most well backed and well tolerated natural testosterone booster (it does have to be Panax or Asian Ginseng as they contain different ginsenosides (the active ingredients). DAA is also particularly potent although does need to be in quite high doses to be effective. We've recommended Prime Male already, but there are a few other testosterone boosters available that have these ingredients like Hunter Test.
Customers reviews of T Hero are actually pretty good (after we filtered out the standard assortment of fake ones) they still came close to 4*. We expect this is likely down to their relatively tame marketing claims, the efficacy of Ashwagandha and reasonable price point. The thing is you would probably get the same benefits of T Hero from just taking an Ashwaganhda supplement, but when it comes to male health supplements this does put T Hero in a better position that a lot of the competition who make ludicrous claims so full credit to them there.
They don't make too many claims around libido, but we have seen some messaging implying improvements to erectile dysfunction, which is unlikely unless stress is the cause (in which case Ashwagandha has been demonstrated to reduce cortisol build up). There were a few negative reviews around this on reddit, but it doesn't seem to be a main focus in T hero's marketing, so we won't judge this section to harshly. Most customers suggested that they did feel better taking T hero, experienced some increase in lean muscle mass, and other health benefits.
The most common questions we came across whilst researching our T Hero Review.
No, compared to our normal testosterone boosters we noticed a substantial drop in performance whilst testing T Hero. It wasn't the worst experience that we've had some of the essential elements of testosterone boosters were in here so it made sense, but we did notice a minor reduction in gym performance against Prime Male and Hunter Test respectively. In terms of other areas of "ahem" performance, we didn't notice any significant difference, although mood was reduced as against both of our preferred options.
T Hero shouldn't have any serious side effects from short term use. However, there is the issue of DIM. It's quite common to cause stomach upset and nausea and there are some safety concerns around it's use for longer than 1 year and in large doses. Ashwagandha can also cause some issues for people. This is unfortunately something that is on a person by person basis.
Ashwagandha 600m - Ashwagandha has a lot of male health benefits in general, lowering cortisol levels, helping promote healthy sleep and being shown in double blind trials to raise both serum and free testosterone levels, this is a good inclusion for T hero.
Shiljat 200mg - There's only one study which shows Shiljat to be effective and it was only on 30 men, all aged over 55. As such we don't deem it as a good ingredient as lots of similar studies have shown promise before later being shown to not have any benefit for boosting testosterone levels. There are some studies which suggest it could improve blood flow  which in turn could have some improvements to sexual performance, but nothing that show it belongs in a testosterone boosting supplement like T Hero.
Diindolylmethane 100mg - Most DIM studies haven't been done on healthy men and are related to prostate treatment. There is some, albeit limited data to suggest that it helps metabolise estrogen. This could help increase free testosterone levels, but the evidence is limted.
Boron 5mg - Most good test boosters include boron, although usually at 10mg not 5mg as that seems to be the ideal dose range for supporting testosterone levels.
Bioperine 5mg - Bioperine helps your body absorb vitamins and minerals more efficiently, it's in a lot of combined supplements in general and is fine as an ingredient in T Hero, but won't help boost test levels.
Yohimbine hcl 2mg - There are very few studies that back Yohimbine HCL for male health support. Those that do were looking at erectile dysfunction rather than testosterone production and were not placebo controlled. Seeing as placebos have been shown to work quite well with improving erectile dysfunction this ingredient is functionally unproven and not a good inclusion for T Hero.
The main issue with T Hero is that there are very few ingredients in here that are actually shown to improve testosterone levels conclusively or even in double blind trials at all. As such we don't recommend T Hero against other testosterone boosters and we're relatively underwhelmed by our T Hero review.
T Hero is a case of you get what you pay for, it's not the worst testosterone booster on the market, it's pretty much bang average, the fact is if that you pay just a little bit more however, you can get a lot more for your money with Prime Male and even more with Hunter Test. We'd recommend getting one of these testosterone boosters instead.
T Hero gets a couple of testosterone boosting ingredients right, but nothing substantial enough to recommend it over a regular ashwaganda supplement.
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