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Product Reviewed: Muscle Forge X

Price: $97.00

Deer Antler Spray


Does Muscle Forge X Work?


Note: This is a review. Click here to visit the Muscle Forge X website.


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The truth is it’s really getting hard to keep up with all the workout and bodybuilding supplements available on today’s market. The shelves at your local GNC are packed with products, all promising to take you to the next level, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Then you’ve got all the online products, with new ones popping up literally every day. That’s we we take them on, one by one, so you can feel a little more comfortable with the ones you ultimately choose to buy and use.



Muscle Forge X is a Deer Antler Spray supplement that promises to improve your athletic performance, help you recovery from workouts better and faster, boost your stamina, even support your immune system and sexual performance. And it promises all this without any side effects. Can it deliver? Is it even possible?


What Is Deer Antler Velvet?


Deer Antler Velvet is the fuzz that grows on a deer’s antlers each year as the antlers grow. When it’s in season, it grows very fast and contains IGF-1 (Insulin-Like Growth Factor-1). When harvested, the IGF-1 is the active ingredient in Deer Antler Velvet supplements. It contributes to cell growth and repair.


Deer Antler Velvet has actually been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries to boost immune systems, relieve joint pain, and improve circulation.


Muscle Forge X Ingredients


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Muscle Forge X uses a synthetic version of Deer Antler Velvet in its formulation. This is the first time I’ve seen that claim made by a supplement. Most formulas use the real thing; I wasn’t aware there was a synthetic version. Unfortunately, Muscle Forge X doesn’t talk at all about the development of this synthetic deer antler velvet. Nothing about how it was formulated or the results of any testing that may have been done. Curiously, elsewhere on the Muscle Forge X website, it’s stated that it contains only natural ingredients.


Other ingredients in the formula include:


  • Niacin (1) which stimulates increased blood flow.
  • L-Arginine (2) which is a pre cursor to nitric oxide, which opens up blood vessels allowing more blood to flow through. Increased blood flow to your muscles during workouts means more oxygen and nutrients. More oxygen means better pumps and energy. More nutrients means better recovery. L-Arginine is also one of the amino acids thought to stimulate HGH production in the body.
  • Epimedium Leaf Extract which is an aphrodisiac that also improves blood flow.
  • Tribulus Fruit Extract which is thought to boost the body’s natural production of testosterone.
  • Eurycoma Longifolia (3) which increases free testosterone levels by inhibiting the action of Sex Hormone Binding Globulin.


One interesting point to note is that in all the Muscle Forge X marketing materials, they claim it contains a full compliment of amino acids necessary for muscle building and the stimulation of HGH. But the ingredient list provided on the website doesn’t support that. The only amino acid is L-Arginine, which is a powerful ingredient in its own right, but not a full complement of amino acids.


How To Use Muscle Forge X


Muscle Forge X is spray. You shake the bottle well and spray 5 sprays into your mouth under your tongue twice a day, morning and night. The ingredients are immediately absorbed into your blood stream where they can get right to work.


Muscle Forge X Before and After Reviews


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Since Muscle Forge X is only available to purchase through its official website, there are no independent Muscle Forge X reviews from customers anywhere online. The best we could do was a couple testimonials from the website, which may or may not be biased:


Javelin B says: “I get skeptical, but after I used the product I proved myself wrong and proved that the product has no bad side effects.”


Nathaniel B says: “Antler provides the best post workout recovery so that I can focus and give my 100%.”


I don’t know about you, but I find it odd that Javelin calls Muscle Forge X “the product” twice in his short review. People general use the product name in their reviews. It’s possible that Javelin’s is a generic review that this company uses for several or all of their products.


Where To Buy


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You can purchase Muscle Forge X only through its official website, but once you’re there, you have a couple different options. A single bottle which is a one month supply costs $97 plus shipping. They do offer a free trial, but if you go this way you’ll want to be careful. You pay only shipping up front, but if you don’t call and cancel within 14 days, they’ll charge you a discounted $79.97 for the bottle, and they’ll sign you up to receive a new bottle each month.


Unlike most products offering similar free trials, Muscle Forge X gives you more than just that option, and they make it pretty clear what you’re getting into.


Our Muscle Forge X Conclusion


It appears as though Muscle Forge X cares somewhat more about their marketing than they do their actual product. They are very clear about the benefits, but not so much when it comes to ingredients and how they work. In addition, it’s expensive, and there is no customer feedback to speak of. I wouldn’t recommend you bother with Muscle Forge X.





(1) Does nicotinic acid (niacin) lower blood pressure? H. E. Bays and D. J. RaderInternational Journal of Clinical Practice. Volume 63, Issue 1, pages 151–159, January 2009.


(2) Endothelial Nitric Oxide Synthase-Dependent Cerebral Blood Flow Augmentation by L-Arginine After Chronic Statin Treatment. Masaru Yamada, Zhihong Huan, Turgay Dalkara, Matthias Endres, Ulrich Laufs Christian Waebe, Paul L HuangJames K Liaoand Michael A Moskowitz. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism (2000) 20, 709–717; doi:10.1097/00004647-200004000-00008.


(3) Standardised water-soluble extract of Eurycoma longifolia, Tongkat ali, as testosterone booster for managing men with late-onset hypogonadism? M. I. B. M. Tambi, M. K. Imran, and R. R. HenkelAndrologia. Volume 44, Issue Supplement s1, pages 226–230, May 2012.

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