Full Surge Maxx Review
Surge Maxx is a brand new testosterone booster to hit the market.
It hasn’t been around for long, but it has grabbed the attention of lots of people in the industry already. A quick search for “Surge Maxx review” will yield plenty of results.
But it’s always hard to know who you can trust.
Lots of sites out there pretend to do reviews, but they really just want to send you to some scam site that will hit you for a $200 subscription.
So what is this stack really all about?
Who is Surge Maxx designecd for?
What is it supposed to do?
According to the bottle, Surge Maxx is a testosterone booster capable of:
- Burning fat
- Building lean muscle
- Increasing strength
- Increasing stamina
- Boosting sex drive
- Increasing focus
All of these things would indeed happen if you had a marked uptick in your free serum testosterone levels.
Everyone knows that having higher testosterone levels makes it easier for you to build lean muscle mass.
That’s why pro bodybuilders inject themselves with the stuff 24/7.
But few people realize that it also governs your mood, your sense of well-being, and your motivation levels.
Many people report that their performance at work improved massively after starting testosterone replacement therapy, or after they started using a good quality testosterone booster.
You’ll see that users of TestoFuel, for example, often report a confidence and focus boost after a couple of weeks on the stuff.
And just like TestoFuel, it’s clear that it is a stack designed for aspiring bodybuilders:
This all looks and sounds terrific.
Assuming it’s all true of course.
So many supplements claim to do all of these things, but only a tiny proportion actually deliver.
Can Surge Maxx do everything it says it can?
How safe is Surge Maxx?
Is it the best choice for you, or are there better products out there?
Can other stacks do what Surge Maxx does, but better?
There’s only one way to find out! Check out our full Surge Maxx review below. We start by picking apart the formula, before moving on to the main risks. We also have a quick look at what other people have been saying about this testosterone booster.
If you have any questions, please post them in the comments section at the end!
Surge Maxx Formula
Take a look at the Surge Maxx formula:
That is actually a pretty good formula at first glance.
There are lots of great ingredients in here.
The ingredient quality looks ideal in places.
The doses look pretty good too.
We’ve reviewed a lot of terrible testosterone boosters lately.
It’s really refreshing to see one that you can legitimately call a testosterone support stack.
The only thing we really notice is the conspicuous lack of some of the most cutting-edge ingredients.
But that is really just splitting hairs about what is a gnerally very good formula.
Here is a breakdown of what we like, and what we don’t like so much.
What We Like
There’s a lot about this formula that we really like.
In many ways, it closely resembles the formula of our current top rated testosterone booster, Prime Male.
For example, like Prime Male, Surge Maxx uses a highly potent, super absorbable form of D-Aspartic Acid.
Supplementing with D-Aspartic Acid is one of the best ways to naturally boost your testosterone levels.
It triggers the release of a bunch of hormones. One of these hormones is Luteinizing Hormone (LH), which is released from the pituitary gland.
LH in turn stimulates the production and release of testosterone from the testes.
D-AA Calcium Chelate is much more readily absorbed and used by the body. It is a much more efficient option than consuming regular D-AA (and much more expensive for manufacturers).
That’s why manufcaturers can get away with using less material (so long as they’e willing to pay for this enhanced form of D-AA).
Surge Maxx contains 1,600mg of D-AACC.
That is exactly the same dose as you find in Prime Male.
This would be suspicious, if this dose weren’t ideal for raising testosterone levels while leaving plenty of room in the capsule for other great ingredients.
And other great ingredients is what Surge Maxx has.
For example, in each daily serving of Surge Max we get 100mg of Nettle Root Extract.
This stuff is amazing at reducing the rate at which you reduce excess free testosterone in the blood.
Stinging Nettle contains a substance called ligans.
This stuff binds to Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG) very effectively.
For those that don’t know, SHBG binds to free serum testosterone, rendering it effectively useless.
By ‘taking the hit’, ligans allows more testosterone to remain free in your blood.
The 100mg of Stinging Nettle Root in Surge Max is an absolutely ideal dose of this wonderful ingredient.
Even the supporting ingredients in this stack are dosed properly – something we don’t see anywhere near often enough.
In each daily serving we get 5000IU of Vitamin D, 25% of your RDI of Magnesium, and 200% of your RDI of Zinc.
This is a fantastic combination.
It is more than enough to counter any deficiencies that might be holding back your own natural testosterone production.
We could go on about the high quality ingredients in Surge Max: Red Korean Ginseng, Fenugreek Extract, Mucuna Puriens; all of them have a place in a comprehensive natural testosterone booster.
What We Don’t Like
There really isn’t a lot to complain about here.
With the ingredients mentioned above in such good doses, most people are going to get a great deal out of this stack.
That said, there are some areas in which Surge Maxx could improve.
For example, there could be more Mucuna Puriens in here for our liking.
This is a great ingredient, with plenty of clinical trials proving its efficacy.
It is generally thought to be safe at doses of up to 400mg (at least), and it is very effective.
We would ideally like to see more than 200mg in here for that very reason.
We would also like to see some kind of aromatase inhibitor in here.
A good choice, used by some of the leading test boosters today, would be Luteolin.
Luteolin is an effective, reliable and safe aromatase inhibitor.
It is found naturally in many foods, but when consumed in large enough amounts, it blocks estrogen conversion.
There is no real aromatase inhibitor in Surge Maxx.
It is much poorer for it.
Surge Maxx Side Effects
Side effects are going to be seriously limited with Surge Maxx.
All of the ingredients in this supplement are well understood and generally considered to be safe.
They are all natural, widely used, and for most people, they produce no side effects whatsoever.
Of course, everyone is different.
We aren’t doctors.
This isn’t medical advice.
Just because it looks safe for most people DOES NOT MEAN that it is safe for you.
All we can do is highlight obvious potential trouble spots.
Please do your own research and seek proper medical advice before continuing. We mean from an actual doctor, not an internet chiropractor masquerading as a doctor.
If you do experience any side effects, please stop using Surge Maxx right away and seek medical attention.
If possible, please share your experiences with other readers in the comments section.
Potent Naturals Surge Maxx Review Summary – A Potent Testosterone Booster
Surge Maxx is a superb natural testosterone booster.
As far as hormone support supplements go, Surge Maxx is damn good.
If you’ve read our full Surge Maxx review, you’ll know that this formula closely resembles that of Prime Male.
We don’t necessarily think that Surge Maxx have copied the Prime Male formula – Prime Male is our current top rated stack because its formula is the best.
But we do think it’s possible.
Anyway, what we have here is a collection of superb ingredients at very good doses.
In some cases, the doses could be better of course.
And there is a conspicuous lack of an aromatase inhibitor in this stack.
That is largely what separates Surge Maxx from Prime Male.
If you do want a reliable, effective testosterone booster, then Surge Max is the way to go. It could be better, but it is one of the best testosterone boosters we’ve reviewed in months.
If money isn’t a big concern, then we think you can get much more out of a more comprehensive, targeted stack.