In my full review of Animal Stak I looked into the ingredients and found that the formula was perfectly safe and natural. This is one of the advantages of taking natural supplements, they can’t really harm you as they contain no artificial ingredients. All of ingredients are just vitamins and minerals you would otherwise consume in your food, they are just contained in higher dosages to help you get more out of them (uch like taking vitamin supplements).
However, I wanted to delve a bit deeper and see if there were any reported Animal Stak side effects among users. My findings are below.
On a forum I found one report of a guy who started taking this product and after two days his back broke up in acne. He then noted that it cleared up four days after that. This is actually quite common, as testosterone levels rise it is natural to get more acne.
Another person reported having insomnia, although its not clear if Animal Stak was the cause of this or not. Increased irritability and aggression has also been reported among a small number of people.
Apart from these things I really couldn’t find much else that would suggest there are any bad side effects. You should be completely safe taking this product.
What Do I Take?
I decided not to take Animal Stak because it does not contain D-aspartic acid which research has proven to be an incredibly effective natural testosterone booster. There are products out there that do contain this ingredient and are much more effective.
If you are looking to increase muscle mass and get more gains then I would probably go for a product like TestoFuel, which contains higher amounts of D-aspartic acid and is perfect for strength and muscle gaining. Read my review.