USPLabs famous Pink Magic testosterone support supplement was one of the companies most popular products and it was a shame when the supplement was removed in favour of Test Powder. Several reasons were proposed for its removal, but regardless of the reason, it was a shame to see it disappear off the shelves. However, in a surprising move by the company, the reformulated version of test booster is returning under the new title Pink Magic Platinum.
USPLabs Pink Magic Platinum Review & Ingredients
The reformulated Pink Magic Platinum will be initially available in capsule form, however the company will most likely also release the product in powder form for overseas markets such as Australia and New Zealand. Currently the supplement contains a 5460mg proprietary blend of three active ingredient complexes:
- Ultimate T and Libido Elite Complex – Featuring three ingredients such as Lepimedium Yemeni, Spilanthes Acmella and Asteracantha Longifolia.
- Cort/Eliminate Elite Complex – Another collection of 3 ingredients including Withania Somnifera, Broussonetia Papyrifera and Aframomum Melegueta/
- Liver Elite Complex – A two ingredient complex containing Picorhiza Scrophulariiflora and Milk Thistle Extract.
USPLabs have long been known for creating formulas which utilise ingredients which have a long history of traditional use, but lack proper scientific studies, especially human studies which support its suggested properties. Pink Magic Platinum is no different and incorporates a range of traditional medicines and herbs, which all have some studies to suggest its effectiveness to perform its promoted function, many of which however are either animal or in vitro studies. But, hundred or thousands of years of historical use can’t be the worst indicator of effectiveness. Regardless, Pink Magic Platinum is one of the more novel test boosters to come out in awhile and is worthy of a try just for its celebrated legacy.
USPLabs Pink Magic Platinum Release Date
USPLabs Pink Magic Platinum has already been released in the United States, but should hopefully make its way to Australia and other international markets by early 2015.