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Project #1 tackles the test booster category with a premium formula backed by KSM-66

Project 1 Nutrition P1 Test

Project #1 Nutrition has moved into one of the more specialized sports nutrition categories, and that is testosterone-boosting with a premium formula called P1 Test. The supplement brings together a host of reliable ingredients and dosages, but be aware it also carries a hefty price tag, far more than your typical competitor in the space. Directly through the brand’s official online store at, you’ll pay a solid $99.95 for a full-size, 30-serving bottle of P1 Test.

The product aims to support all of the usual testosterone booster benefits, including naturally boosting testosterone, enhancing vitality, reducing stress, supporting cardiovascular health, and improving muscle recovery, performance, and building. As mentioned, Project #1 Nutrition’s P1 Test is backed by a handful of quality ingredients, including KSM-66 Ashwagandha, proudly promoted as the world’s best ashwagandha and supported by an impressive 24 gold standard clinical studies.

Project 1 Nutrition P1 Test Label

Project #1 Nutrition has included KSM-66 Ashwagandha at half a gram a serving, and it’s not the only premium ingredient in the testosterone booster, with PrimaVie shilajit also in the mix at 400mg and 600mg of CellFlo6, which is there to help take care of the cardiovascular and performance benefits. The brand has thrown in several more common components, like 250mg of tribulus, 150mg of longjack, 100mg each of DIM and stinging nettle, and to improve uptake, there is 5mg of BioPerine black pepper.

Again, directly through Project #1 Nutrition’s online store, a 30-serving bottle of P1 Test is $99.95, essentially $100, and it is very rare that something in this category gets up into the triple-digit realm; in fact, it’s rare to see any sports nutrition supplement in that region. Fortunately, there is a limited-time, buy-two-one deal on the newly released P1 Test, bringing the testosterone booster down to a slightly more reasonable $75 a piece, or a grand total of $150 for the two.