If you’re looking to find out everything there is to know about this particular testosterone booster, then you’re in the right place.
Our Conquest HD 1st Phorm review is going to focus on all of the important things that you need to know about this particular supplement as we break it down in detail.
We’re going to pay particular attention to the ingredients formula, the doses and the customer reviews as we look to see whether it deserves a place on our list of the very best testosterone booster supplements on the market at the moment.
The testosterone booster market has exploded in recent years, and that means that there is more choice than ever when it comes to picking a supplement in this category.
But the extra choice has also made it more difficult to pick out the best products from the not so good.
The purpose of this review is for us to take a close look at Conquest HD from all angles as we look to see where it stands in the testosterone booster market.
So, with the introductions out of the way, it’s now time to take a close look at Conquest HD.
We’ve clearly already deduced that Conquest HD fits into the broad range of supplements known as testosterone boosters.
These are a type of supplement which usually contain a blend of natural ingredients that can help your body to produce more testosterone.
1st Phorm is the company behind Conquest HD, and we’ve already recently reviewed their nighttime testosterone booster Night-T. They are a US-based company headquartered in Missouri.
At the time of writing, Conquest HD is only available to buy on the 1st Phorm official site, so you won’t find it on Amazon at GNC or at other online stores.
According to the marketing material on the official website, Conquest HD is a “Intense Nootropic Testosterone Modulator”.
The promotional listing says that Conquest HD uses ingredients which are proven to help increase testosterone, growth hormone levels, and luteinizing hormone.
The promotional material goes on to say that taking Conquest HD will bring you the following benefits:
• Naturally Elevate Testosterone
• Increase Muscle Pump in the Gym
• Improve Training Performance
The promotional material goes on to claim that Conquest HD brings together a range of ingredients that make for an “extremely potent” natural testosterone booster.
It also goes on to say that taking Conquest HD may result in “profound” effects on strength, muscle mass, fat loss and overall sports performance.
We generally prefer not to pay too much attention to the marketing hype when it comes to testosterone booster supplements.
Instead, it’s better to take a look at the things that matter, such as the ingredients formula and the customer reviews.
So, with that in mind, let’s move on to arguably the most important section of this review – the ingredients formula.
Let’s start this all important section by taking a close look at the actual ingredients label of Conquest HD, as written on the bottle.
Firstly, we should salute 1st Phorm for not using a proprietary blend with this formula.
This means that as well as knowing the full ingredients list, we also know the exact doses of the substances.
This makes it much easier to judge the effectiveness of the product and so it’s great to see that 1st Phorm have chosen to be totally transparent with their customers in this case.
Let’s now take a closer look at the actual ingredients that have made it into the Conquest HD formula.
• D-Aspartic Acid – This is one of our favorite ingredients for a testosterone booster. D-Aspartic Acid has been shown in studies to help raise testosterone levels in men, and sometimes within just a matter of days. It’s also good to see that 1st Phorm have used a good dose here, with 3.1g included in each serving of Conquest HD.
• Agmatine Sulfate – This isn’t a very common testosterone booster ingredient. Agmatine is derived from L-Arginine, which is used in some pre workout supplements. It’s believed that supplementing with Agmatine could help to reduce pain and help with depression. 1st Phorm say that they’ve used it in Conquest HD because it’s a “powerful nootropic compound”.
• Fenugreek – This is another good ingredient for a testosterone booster supplement. It’s an extract which comes from the seeds of Fenugreek, which is a common spice used in curries. Fenugreek is a rich source of essential minerals such as Magnesium and Zinc. As well as this, Fenugreek is known for its apparent ability to enhance libido. One human study has also shown that Fenugreek could increase testosterone.
• Rosemary Extract – This is not a very common ingredient for testosterone boosters – or any supplements for that matter. It is believed that it could help with things such as memory and concentration. However, we certainly don’t rate it as one of the best ingredients for a supplement of this type. We feel that 1st Phorm could have used a more proven ingredient in its place here.
The Conquest HD formula certainly has some pretty good ingredients in it. We would say that the solid dose of Fenugreek and D-Aspartic Acid makes for a building block of a solid testosterone booster.
That being said, there are some other ingredients that 1st Phorm could have used to make this product even better.
For example, we were disappointed not to find the following ingredients in the Conquest HD formula.
• Magnesium and Zinc
• Black Pepper Extract
Magnesium and Zinc are both essential minerals that your body needs in trace amounts in order to be able to function properly. They can both help to support optimal testosterone levels.
Boron is another mineral which can help to support testosterone levels, while Black Pepper Extract can help to boost the absorption of certain ingredients in your body to make for a more effective supplement overall.
You can see our updated guide to the best testosterone booster supplements on the market at the moment by following the link shown below.
The Conquest HD ingredients formula is a relatively safe-looking one.
However, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t do some of your own research into the ingredients yourself.
We always advise that you carefully check the ingredients label yourself before trying any new supplement for the first time, and look into potential side effects.
Each bottle of Conquest HD contains 120 capsules and costs $54.99 from the 1st Phorm website.
The directions say that you should take six capsules in the morning with your first meal of the day.
They also say that you should use Conquest HD in a repeating 5 days on, 2 days off cycle.
There were 34 Conquest HD reviews on the official 1st Phorm website. There were not much in the way of reviews elsewhere online.
It had an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars at the time of writing.
One person was clearly happy with the supplement, as they rated it 5 stars and said that they felt great, and that it gave them the boost they needed.
The most negative Conquest HD review we found was from somebody who rated it two stars and said that they did not notice many effects physically.
Although the Conquest HD formula does contain a few solid ingredients, we don’t currently rate it as one of the very best testosterone booster supplements on the market right now.
Remember that you can check out our guide to the best testosterone boosters on sale at the moment by following the link shown below.
Never forget that there is no such thing as a ‘magic pill’ to solve all of your fitness problems.
The first things you should always do is make sure that you’re training hard, eating right and getting plenty of rest before considering any kind of supplement.
That being said, if you are already sticking to a good diet and training hard, then adding a quality testosterone booster to your daily regimen can make a significant difference to your results.
So, that brings us to the end of our Conquest HD 1st Phorm review.
Overall, we think that this is a decent testosterone booster.
It uses some solid ingredients in good doses such as Fenugreek and D-Aspartic Acid, and it also doesn’t use a proprietary blend, which always good news.
The only slightly disappointing thing is that it’s missing some important ingredients such as Magnesium and Zinc.
To summarize, this is an OK testosterone booster, but not the very best one on the market right now in our opinion.
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