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Product Reviewed: Monster Muscle X

Price: $87.63

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Does Monster Muscle X Work?


Note: This is a review. To order, visit the Monster Muscle X website.


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Did you catch the latest news from ESPN about how Floyd Mayweather Jr was stripped of his title for using a banned substance called Monster Muscle X? You didn’t? Well, that’s probably because it never actually happened. Wait, what?! Hold on, keep reading, and I’ll explain everything.

The ESPN Article?


There’s an article on the internet, presumably from a fake ESPN site, mixing up a couple of different stories about the Welterweight champ. It’s true that his title had been stripped, but it wasn’t because of a supplement. It was all about a technicality involving compliance with rules about paying a fee and relinquishing his previously held titles according to the real ESPN.


But the article alludes to the “fact” that the title-stripping wasn’t due to administrative issues, but to supplement use instead. Here’s what it says:


“The WBO stripped pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather of his welterweight world title on Monday for his failure to comply with the organization’s rules. Inside Mayweather’s camp, it has been no secret that the world renowned best pound for pound fighter in boxing history has been taking, as he describes it, a ‘Hollywood Miracle Pill.’”


But this isn’t really an article and it really isn’t ESPN. It comes from a website called espneditorial.com, and it’s really just an advertisement for Monster Muscle X. Does that make Monster Muscle X a scam? Keep reading to decide for yourself. 


Benefits of Monster Muscle X


Monster Muscle X ReviewEmbedded in the “article” is a link to the Monster Muscle X website where you can learn all about what the supplement can do and how you can get it. Among the listed benefits are:


  • Feeling healthy, strong, and vital.
  • Eliminating bloat and water weight.
  • Shredded look with great muscle definition.
  • Increased lean muscle mass.
  • Boosted libido and sexual stamina.


How Monster Muscle X Works


The theory behind Monster Muscle X is that if you can get and keep your hormones in the right balance, the rest will fall into place. With that in mind, Monster Muscle X helps maintain the right ratio between testosterone and estrogen.


If you’ve got too much estrogen, you’ll feel lethargic, you’ll retain water, you’ll have less interest in sex, and you’ll lose strength. So Monster Muscle X works to reduce estrogen, while maintaining healthy levels of testosterone.


Monster Muscle X Ingredients


The Monster Muscle X website doesn’t list the entire formula, but does provide some information on the key components:


  • Indole 3 Carbinol (1) which contains anti-estrogen properties and helps detoxify your liver and intestines while supporting your immune system.
  • Diindolymethane (DIM) (2) which is actually a highly concentrated form of Indole 3 Carbinol. It keeps the ratio of good estrogen to bad estrogen correct, thereby promoting healthy testosterone levels in the process.
  • Curcumin which combats bloating so your muscles look shredded and dry.
  • Chrysin (3) which is an anti-aromatase that can help prevent the conversion of testosterone to estrogen.


How To Use Monster Muscle X


The instructions are to take 2 Monster Muscle X pills each day. You can take it pre workout, but that’s not necessary. The best thing is to take it at roughly the same time each day.


Where to Buy Monster Muscle X


You will not find Monster Muscle X at GNC or Vitamin Shoppe.  That said, online retailers like Bodybuilding.com and Tiger fitness won’t touch it either. Monster Muscle X is only available online on the official website, which you can reach with the links from that article. It’s a free trial offer where you pay $4.95 upfront for shipping. They’ll send you a full 30-day supply. You have 10 days to try it out. If, after those 10 days, you’ve done nothing, you’ll see a charge of $87.63 on your credit card. That’s the charge for the original “free” bottle they sent you.


And every month from then on, you’ll receive a new bottle for $87.63. If you want to avoid all this, you have to call Monster Muscle X and cancel your subscription before your 10 days is up. If you wait till after that, you won’t be charged further, but you’ll still be responsible for any charges you’ve already incurred. In other words, they’re not giving money back,


The customer service number to call is 1-877-880-9518. There’s also an email address you can use: support@monstermusclex.com.


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Monster Muscle X Before and After Reviews


The Monster Muscle X website doesn’t provide customer testimonials, and since it’s not available anywhere else, there just isn’t any feedback to look at.


Monster Muscle X Pros


  • The ingredients are said to be all natural.


Monster Muscle X Cons


  • It’s expensive.
  • We don’t know what’s in the formula.
  • It seems to be focuses entirely on blocking estrogen, which may or may not be what you want, though $85 is a lot to pay for an estrogen blocking supplement.
  • There’s no customer feedback.
  • We can not find a Monster Muscle X return policy anywhere


Our Monster Muscle X Conclusion


Without full ingredient information, customer feedback, or clinical testing, there’s no good way to know what you can really expect from Monster Muscle X. With that knowledge, or lack thereof, we simply can’t recommend that you spend $87.63 on this unknown entity.


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(1) Induction of Estradiol Metabolism by Dietary Indole-3-carbinol in Humans. Jon J. Michnovicz, H. Leon BradlowJNCI J Natl Cancer Inst (1990) 82(11): 947-949.


(2) Indole-3-carbinol and diindolylmethane as aryl hydrocarbon (Ah) receptor agonists and antagonists in T47D human breast cancer cells. Ichen Chen, Stephen Safe, Leonard BjeldanesBiochemical Pharmacology. Volume 51, Issue 8, 26 April 1996, Pages 1069–1076.


(3) Molecular basis of the inhibition of human aromatase (estrogen synthetase) by flavone and isoflavone phytoestrogens: A site-directed mutagenesis study. Y C Kao, C Zhou, M Sherman, C A Laughton, and S Chen. Environ Health Perspect. 1998 Feb; 106(2): 85–92.

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