Testrol by GAT Review | Side Effects | Dosage | Benefits

Testrol GAT testosterone booster review

GAT has produced yet another testosterone booster, this time we’re talking about Testrol. It’s their original testosterone booster, remade with improved ingredients and dosages to optimally support your testosterone levels.

It has 14 ingredients in total, which should be more than enough to give you its benefits. However, there are some concerns with this product. First off, its dosage is poorly distributed with only 1 serving per day. The product also contains Tribulus which isn’t prostate-friendly.

All in all, there are some good, and some bad sides to Testrol by GAT. So the question is: are the benefits worth the risks?

Make sure to read on to find out…

Pros and Cons of GAT Testrol


  • Some ingredients boost libido
  • Research suggests that Fenugreek Seeds boost testosterone


  • Missing some key T-boosting ingredients – D-AA, Vitamin D3, Oyster Extract…
  • Doesn’t have enough daily servings to fully support testosterone levels
  • Uses Tribulus which can have a negative impact on your prostate health
  • Many of the ingredients are underdosed; e.g. LongJack Extract


GAT claims that Testrol will help you;

  • Support your workout results
  • Promote sex drive
  • Increase testosterone levels

It’s supposed to be “The Ultimate Blend To Support Workout Results” – we’ve analyzed these claims to see whether Testrol lives up to the hype.

Dosage | How To Use

Testrol by GAT should be taken once per day, 2 tablets on an empty stomach.

The simpler, the better, right?? Not true!

Even though only one serving per day sounds compelling, it won’t give you the full effects of a testosterone booster. What do I mean by that?

Well, if you’ve read some of my other reviews, then you know just how important the dosage frequency is. You want to take a T-booster that has 3-4 daily servings, as this will keep your testosterone constantly stimulated.

With only 1 serving per day, you can’t expect much from Testrol by GAT.


There are 11 main nutrients in Testrol, in addition to 3 minerals (zinc, magnesium, and selenium). This makes for a total of 14 ingredients in the product.

Since the product contains so many ingredients, it makes us wonder if the quality of these very ingredients is jeopardized. The maximum dosage for one ingredient is 500mg, which is not that much.

It seems that GAT have decided for quantity over quality with Testrol.

However, the good thing about it is that every ingredient and its dosage is clearly shown for you to see – there are no proprietary blends in Testrol by GAT.

Ingredient Breakdown

Tribulus Terrestris Extract

Do you want to have an enlarged prostate? If the answer is no, then it might be a good idea to avoid Tribulus Terrestris.

It’s not only ineffective at boosting low testosterone, but it also causes your prostate to gain weight – resulting in numerous health problems.

Avena Sativa

Avena Sativa is a natural plant thought to possess some libido-boosting properties. However, there’s only one study around this ingredient, and it’s from 1980 – making it unreliable.


We’d rather like to see L-Arginine in a pre-workout, than a T-booster. Why is that?

Well, simply because L-Arginine’s only benefit is a slight improvement in muscle pumps from working out.

What’s worse, this ingredient has a poor bioavailability in our body, making it ineffective even in pre-workout supplements.

Mucuna Pruriens

Some studies show that Mucuna Pruriens can boost testosterone and even human growth hormone in men.

This makes it one of the better ingredients in Testrol by GAT.

Fenugreek Seeds

Fenugreek Seeds are another great ingredient in Testrol. We’re talking about a natural herb which promotes testosterone levels and libido.

It’s one of the key ingredients in any testosterone booster. It’s just a shame that Testrol didn’t include more effective ingredients similar to Fenugreek and Mucuna – these two alone simply aren’t enough to give your T-levels the full punch.

Gingko Biloba

Ginkgo Biloba is a mild cognitive booster, and that’s about as much as this ingredient will offer you.

If your main goal is to boost testosterone, Gingko definitely shouldn’t be your first ingredient choice.

LongJack Extract (Eurycoma Longifolia)

LongJack is famous for boosting libido, but it only does so at the right doses; between 200-300mg.

Since Testrol by GAT uses 100mg of LongJack Extract, it’s unlikely that this ingredient will have any effect on you.

Epimedium Extract

Also known as Horny Goat Weed, Epimedium Extract is shown to naturally improve erections and libido. Which is a good news.

The bad news is, it doesn’t have any effect on your testosterone levels.

Saw Palmetto Beans

Saw Palmetto has long been thought to promote prostate health in men. However, FDA claims that this ingredient isn’t safe for long-term usage.

As a result, we’d suggest avoiding Saw Palmetto Beans at all costs.

Damiana Leaf and Cnidium Nonnieri Seed

Some people believe that Damiana Leaf and Cnidium Nonnieri boost libido and erections. However, there aren’t enough studies to prove this claim.

On top of this, these ingredients come in very low doses in GAT Testrol, with only 50mg for Damiana leaf and 30mg for Cnidium Monnieri.

Ultimately, it’s unlikely that these two ingredients will have any impact on you.

What Others Say

Testrol GAT testosterone booster review

“Although I like gat products and I use their pre-workout all the time but this particular test booster didn’t do anything for me. I didn’t gain strength or energy! Shame!” – Amazon Customer

“This product seems to boost my energy level and gives me a little edge on days where I’m not feeling really motivated to work out. Seller charged a fair price and was prompt in delivery.” – rccarr10 (Amazon Customer)

“Sadly this hasn’t made any difference, in the gym or in the bedroom. I have a friend who swears by it so I wanted to give it a try. I do feel like I’m not as tired and needing naps. So that’s nice. Haha.” – Perry (Amazon Customer)

Side Effects

You’ll be happy to hear that there are no reported side effects for Testrol by GAT.

It’s a fairly safe product, with only zinc in it that could cause stomach problems to some people.

There’s also a possibility of an aggravated prostate from Tribulus, but fortunately, there aren’t any reported cases of that happening from Testrol.

Conclusion to Testrol by GAT

Testrol by GAT has only two ingredients that could boost your testosterone levels – Mucuna Pruriens and Fenugreek Seeds. The other ingredients are either ineffective, or come in too low dosages.

Unfortunately, just these two ingredients can’t do much alone. The product would be much more effective if it contained Vitamin D3 in addition to these ingredients.

Ultimately, if your goal is to seriously ramp up your testosterone levels, Testrol by GAT isn’t the product you were looking for. For best results, you might want to check other options.

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