About Herbal Drive
Have you heard about a new testosterone booster called Herbal Drive? If so, you’re probably wondering if it really provides health benefits like improved memory, enhanced mood, increased muscle mass, and more. In other words, has it earned its reputation as the “most well-rounded men’s health and wellness nutritional supplement” available, or is it just full of hot air?
We did some investigation into Herbal Drive, and concluded that it’s probably not the exciting breakthrough in male nutrition that it claims to be. But before we get to that, let’s learn more about this supplement and how it claims to help boost your testosterone levels.
Herbal Drive Details
At its most basic, Herbal Drive claims to naturally boost your testosterone levels, which can result in the following benefits:
- Enhanced muscle mass
- Improved memory and focus
- Boosted energy and stamina, helping you to feel more youthful
- Enhanced mood
But how does it accomplish this? According to the product’s website, Herbal Drive claims that each of their ingredients were hand-chosen for their beneficial elements and antioxidant properties. These include:
- Tribulus terrestris
- Horny Goat Weed
- Saw Palmetto
- Ginko Biloba
- Vitamins B2 and E
However, exactly how this formulation increases testosterone levels or how it provides any of these benefits we’re unsure, since very little information is provided on the Herbal Drive website. We’ll explore this in more detail in the Bottom Line section.
With this said, Herbal Drive claims that you should take 1 tablet every other day, and that you’ll begin feeling its effects within 30-60 minutes, which will last 3-5 hours without side effects. However, Herbal Drive claims that these effects should be more pronounced with continued use.
Herbal Drive Pricing & Refund Policy
Each bottle of Herbal Drive contains 15 tablets, a one-month supply, and is priced as follows:
- 1 Bottle with Autoship Enrollment: $59.99
- 1 Bottle without Autoship Enrollment: $79.99
- Buy 2, Get 1 Free with Autoship Enrollment: $159.98
Regardless of which option you choose, an $8.95 shipping and handling charge will be added to your order.
If you choose one of the options that include autoship enrollment (see more about this in the Bottom Line section), this means that you’ll continue receiving a 30-day supply of Herbal Drive once per month, and your credit card will be charged $49.99 plus $8.95 S&H each time. According to the product’s website, your autoship enrollment can be cancelled at any time.
Herbal Drive comes with a 30 or 90-day money back guarantee, less shipping and handling charges, depending on the supply you initially purchase. In order to begin the refund process or to cancel your autoship enrollment, you’ll need to contact customer service at (877) 570-3836.
What’s the Bottom Line About Herbal Drive?
Now that you know more about Herbal Drive, you want answers. In other words, you want to know whether or not it works, and if it’s worth your hard-earned money. In both instances the answer is very likely “no” for the following reasons:
Most importantly, as we outlined in our Testosterone Boosters article, there is zero clinical evidence showing that tribulus terrestris (one of the primary ingredients in Herbal Drive) boosts testosterone levels, increases muscle mass, or improves athletic or sexual performance in humans. In fact, there is more medical evidence showing that tribulus terrestris can reduce good cholesterol levels than there is supporting any of its claimed benefits.
Second, although the product’s website lists some of the “key” ingredients contained in Herbal Drive, we’re unsure if this is a complete list, and we’re also not informed how much of each ingredient is contained in the supplement. While this is a common tactic used by many nutritional supplements manufacturers, this is something you’ll be putting in your body, and you deserve to know as much about the ingredients as possible. On top of this, we know almost nothing about the company or the product itself, and we’re not informed where Herbal Drive is manufactured, or if this occurs in a GMP and/or FDA approved facility.
Next, Herbal Drive is an “As Seen on TV” supplement, which have a reputation for not working as well as advertised (or not at all), in addition to customer support that’s more interested in taking your money than solving your problems. Unfortunately, since Herbal Drive is a very new product and as such does not have any online customer reviews, we’re unsure whether or not this specifically applies. However, it’s something you should keep at the forefront of your mind prior to ordering.
Another negative associated with many “As Seen on TV” nutritional supplements is automatic enrollment in an autoship program. While these programs are advertised as a way to ensure that you never run out and to give you access to lower prices, they’re often simply a way to rack up as many charges on your credit card as possible before you realize what’s going on. And when you do attempt to contact customer support and unenroll, you’re often met with extremely poor customer service, as mentioned above.
Bottom line: Based on the fact that Herbal Drive almost certainly won’t increase your testosterone levels; that we don’t know the dosage of each ingredient or where the supplement is manufactured; there are no online customer reviews or additional information available about the company; that the supplement is an “As Seen on TV” product; and that you’ll be paying a very high price for almost nothing in return, we would strongly recommend not spending your hard-earned money on Herbal Drive.