January 17, 2017
Roid Rager Review
According to our sources, Roid Rager includes Vitamin B12, zinc, magnesium, vitamin B6, copper, chromium polynicotinate, caffeine anhydrous, dicaffeine malate, synephrine, PEA, xanthinol nicotinate, tribulus terrestis, horny goat weed, eccylsterone, forslean, and bioperine.
On the good side, some of these ingredients are actually pretty impressive. Tribulus terrestis is one of the best natural testosterone builders, and as far as we know has no side effects. Likewise, synephrine has been hailed as one of the best possible fat burners now available. However, most of the ingredients that do provide portions seem to have insignificant portions. And the muscle building complex has only a 745mg proprietary blend. For the 150 lbs man, tribulus terrestis alone requires at least 1000mg to make any difference at all. Unfortunately, the right ingredients are not enough. You also have to have the right quantities.
Roid Rager is not safe to take if:
- You have taken an MAOI
- You have anorexia nervosa
- You are taking an appetite suppressant
- You have high blood pressure
- You have heart disease, irregular heartbeats, congestive heart failure, or a history of strokes.
- You have epilepsy or another seizure disorder
- You have gallstones
- You have liver disease
- You have kidney disease
- You are under the age of 18
Possible Side Effects
- Increased blood pressure
- Difficulty concentrating
- Allergic reaction
- Irregular heartbeat
- Dry mouth or unpleasant taste
Overall Impression of Roid Rager:
Roid Rager is one men’s supplement that unfortunately goes only half way. It does not lack for the right ingredients, but only the right concentrations, which is unfortunate. We would like to see a more potent version of Roid Rager in the future, and it is possible that is why it is off the shelves. Unfortunately, for most companies, that is not the case. However, there is a first for everything.