Being able to boost your natural testosterone levels is a sure-fire way to boost your ability to gain muscle mass and strength as well as various other benefits.
For this reason HT-Rush caught my attention after finding an advertorial (featuring Tom Hardy and Chris Hemsworth among others) for this supplement and its benefits on Facebook.
However despite its claimed benefits there is doubt that HT-Rush is a scam. No doubt due to the fact that it is currently available on a trial, which is a common tactic used by companies to get you to sign up for an auto ship program.
So is HT-Rush a scam or is it recommended? Lets look at the supplement in more detail before we come to any conclusions.
Claimed benefits of HT-Rush
The following are claimed benefits of HT-Rush:
- Maintain healthy bones and muscles
- Maintain sex drive, sperm count and fertility
Without looking at the ingredients found in this supplement it is impossible to verify these claims, therefore before we go any further we need to look at the ingredients used.
Ingredients found in HT-Rush
Although HT-Rush contains Fenugreek Seed, which they claim to be the key ingredient. Scientific studies have shown that this particular ingredient does not boost testosterone levels, and can in fact lower them.
It seems strange that the manufacturers have chosen to highlight this particular ingredient when there are other ingredients found in HT-Rush that can boost testosterone levels, such as Tribulus Terrestris for example.
Price of HT-Rush
There is no mention of the price of HT-Rush on the main homepage. To find out this information you will have to read the terms and conditions of the trial offer, which you will find at the very bottom of the website.
Doing so you will discover that HT-Rush will originally cost just £5.95 for a 18 day trial, which when elapses will result in your account being charged £88.69.
You will also discover in the T&Cs that signing up for this trial means you have also signed up for an auto ship program, which means that should you fail to cancel within the allotted trial period will result in further monthly packages being sent to you, along with the bill.
These will continue until your account is cancelled.
Is HT-Rush a scam?
HT-Rush is not a scam, but is certainly overpriced.
It also contains ingredients such as Fenugreek Seed that cannot boost testosterone levels. So in my opinion you would be better off looking for an alternative.
Contact details for HT-Rush
You can contact HT-Rush using the following details:
Phone number UK: +44(0) 20 3514 8531
Phone number USA: 1-888-895-5092
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
It is also possible to cancel your membership online by using their cancellation form found at the very bottom of the website, next to the T&Cs link.
If you have signed up for this trial offer please leave a comment below.
Alternative to HT-Rush
People in the know will say that the key to building strength and muscle mass is not testosterone but the ability to increase your HGH (Human Growth Hormones) levels.
There is one supplement available that comes highly recommended as it can do just that. Its name is HGH-X2 (sold online by Crazy Bulk) and it can be bought without ever having to sign up for an auto ship program.