Blue Star Status Review – Is This Testosterone Booster Worth Using?

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By Jack Cincotta, MS

Reviewed by Juliana Tamayo, MS, RDN - Last Updated

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Unless you don’t own a TV, I’m betting you’ve heard something in a commercial like, “If you’re a man over 30, you’re likely experiencing testosterone decline”. After all, testosterone supplements are in abundance today, particularly advertised towards aging men due to the fact that testosterone levels DO actually naturally decline. 

But how good are testosterone-boosting supplements for this purpose? Ultimately, it depends on what specific product you choose. It’s important to keep in mind, though, that many testosterone boosters are all talk and no action, but there are a few promising products out there that can make meaningful differences in your testosterone levels and manliness. 

One such product that might do just that is Blue Star Status. Does this testosterone booster work? What ingredients does it use? Does it really measure up to all its claims? In this Blue Star Status review, we’ll answer all of those questions and more so you can find out if this testosterone booster is worth buying.

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About Blue Star Status

Blue Star Status is made by Blue Star Nutraceuticals, a relatively popular company for the last 5 to 10 years or so. The makers say that Blue Star Status is a five-pronged testosterone booster. It includes science-backed ingredients to increase testosterone levels naturally from five different angles, leading to a healthier and manlier you. They claim that no other testosterone booster does so much, so quickly. 

Blue Star Status Benefits

So, Blue Star Status is designed to increase testosterone in five different ways, which in turn is supposed to lead to more energy and stamina, increased strength and muscle mass, greater sex drive, lower body fat, improved sleep, and even enhanced cognition. 

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With these being said, Blue Star Status appears to be particularly marketed towards people who want to boost testosterone alongside exercise performance. 

But let’s take a look at this five-pronged approach. 

  • Micronutrient Support: Blue Star Status has key micronutrients designed to optimize natural testosterone production, such as magnesium and zinc. 
  • Weight-Training Boost: KSM-66 Ashwagandha, one key ingredient in here, is said to help boost testosterone levels by 434% higher when combined with weight training compared to weight training alone.
  • Prolonging Teststerone’s Effects: Blue Star Status is also designed to increase the amount of time testosterone can exert its effects on the body with ingredients such as TestoSURGE. 
  • Estrogen Reduction: There are also ingredients in Blue Star Status advertised to reduce and block estrogen, such as Diindolylmethane (DIM). 
  • Enhancing Free Testosterone: Finally, Blue Star Status is supposed to increase levels of free testosterone, so you can unlock the full potential of testosterone in its bioactive form.

But can Blue Star Status really live up to the hype? Read on to find out!

Blue Star Status Ingredients

Blue Star Status contains a mix of individual ingredients and proprietary blends, and you can see the exact dosage for most of the ingredients (especially the most important ones). Here’s the full ingredient label:

  • Magnesium (450mg)
  • Zinc (30mg)
  • Vitamin B6 (10.5mg)
  • Status Blend
    • KSM-66 Ashwagandha (600mg)
    • Longjack Extract (300mg)
    • DIM (108mg)
    • TestoSURGE (100mg)
  • XD Delivery Technology (61mg)
    • Fumarate
    • BioPerine Black Pepper
    • AstraGin
    • Sodium R-Lipoate
    • Succinate

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One of the three micronutrients in Blue Star Status is magnesium, an essential mineral. Magnesium has many roles important for men. For example, it helps to reduce stress, cortisol, and inflammation, while also improving sleep, all of which could lead to greater testosterone levels too. Plus, magnesium inhibits sex-hormone-binding-globulin (SHBG), which leads to increased levels of bioavailable testosterone. 

Research shows that magnesium supplementation is particularly beneficial for increasing testosterone in men with low magnesium status and low testosterone. And other research shows magnesium can improve exercise recovery and performance. 

The recommended dosage is 200 to 400mg per day. You’ll find other testosterone supplements usually fall within this range, like Hunter Test with 200mg. So, at 450mg, Blue Star Status is definitely on the high end.


Another mineral in Blue Star Status is zinc, which is actually a trace mineral. Zinc is necessary for the production of testosterone in the testes and for converting testosterone to dihydrotestosterone, its most potent form. Zinc also can act as an aromatase inhibitor, which leads to increased free testosterone. 

Research shows that zinc supplementation is highly beneficial for men suffering from low testosterone, and it can also improve exercise recovery and performance. 

The recommended dosage is 15 to 40mg per day.

Vitamin B6

Blue Star Status also includes vitamin B6, a B-complex vitamin. Vitamin B6 is known to enhance the bioavailability of zinc and magnesium, which is why it’s often included with those minerals. Plus, vitamin B6 has its own important roles, such as in neurotransmitter function and brain health. And it also reduces prolactin, which leads to an increase in testosterone. 

5 to 10mg is effective.


It’s also worth briefly noting that one study measuring the effects of a supplement containing zinc, magnesium, and vitamin B6 in the exact dosages used in Blue Star Status saw a greater increase in testosterone and IGF-1 compared to placebo. 

KSM-66 Ashwagandha

Now, let’s look at KSM-66, which is a trademarked and well-researched form of ashwagandha. Ashwagandha is a potent adaptogen, meaning it can help the body manage stress (primarily by acting on the HPA-axis). 

What this means is that you get lower cortisol and more testosterone. In addition to reducing stress and anxiety, research also shows that ashwagandha can improve strength, endurance, muscle mass, and cognitive function. In fact, KSM-66 ashwagandha is able to enhance muscle mass, strength, and total and free testosterone levels in male lifters and athletes. 

The recommended dosage is 300 to 600mg. 


Another herb in Blue Star Status is longjack, also known as Tongkat Ali. Longjack is another well-researched herb for its male-enhancement properties. Bioactive compounds in longjack are known to decrease cortisol, inhibit aromatase, and increase both total and free testosterone levels. Plus, longjack has been shown to improve libido, sperm health, and overall sexual health and performance, largely through the increase in T. 

The recommended dosage is 200 to 400mg per day. 


The next ingredient is DIM (3,3’-Diindolylmethane). DIM is found naturally in cruciferous vegetables (e.g., broccoli, brussels sprouts) but at much lower levels compared to what’s in this supplement. Some research shows that DIM is an aromatase inhibitor, which would then decrease estrogen and leave more freely available testosterone. Yet, more specific studies are needed. 

Exact dosages are unclear, but you’ll want at least 100mg. 


The fourth and last ingredient in the Status blend is TestoSurge, which is a trademarked form of fenugreek extract. Various compounds in fenugreek, such as saponins, act as steroidal hormones and can thus increase the production of testosterone and other androgens in the body. 

Plus, specific research on TestoSURGE found that supplementation alongside resistance training led to greater increases in total and bioavailable testosterone as well as greater body fat loss compared to placebo. 

Effective dosages are around 500mg per day. 

XD Delivery Technology Ingredients

The final ingredients in Blue Star Status are fumarate, BioPerine black pepper, AstraGin, Sodium R-Lipoate, and succinate. These are grouped together in their XD Delivery Technology. Basically, all of the ingredients in here are designed to enhance the digestion, absorption, and utilization of the other ingredients, increasing their effectiveness. 

Among these ingredients, BioPerine and AstraGin are the most well-researched, with evidence that they can increase the bioavailability of vitamins, minerals, herbal extracts, and other substances. 

Does Blue Star Status Work?

Alright, let’s cut to the chase. Will Blue Star Status Work?

Based on the evidence, I’d say it will boost testosterone for most people, but it might not be to a huge degree. 

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Blue Star Status has many solid ingredients known to be able to boost testosterone and increase strength and performance. In particular, zinc, magnesium, KSM-66 ashwagandha, and longjack are the key players here, especially since the doses for all of these are optimal. 

These ingredients can reduce estrogen and cortisol, stimulate testosterone production, free up bound testosterone, and even enhance other anabolic hormones, all of which lead to a more androgenic and anabolic environment. 

You might also get a benefit from the DIM and TestoSURGE, but there isn’t a lot of evidence for DIM, and the dosage of TestoSURGE is a bit too low. 

Another benefit is that some of these ingredients have research on the specific forms used, such as the zinc/magnesium/vitamin B6 combination, KSM-66, and TestoSURGE, so it’s a pretty well-researched product. 

Finally, I like the inclusion of vitamin B6 and the ingredients in the XD Delivery Technology blend to enhance absorption and bioavailability of the other ingredients. 

Overall, Blue Star Status should be able to increase testosterone levels and enhance strength, energy, libido, and performance. 

Claims vs. Reality

So, based on the above, most of the claims made by Blue Star Status can stand. After all, this product can support natural testosterone production, reduce estrogen, increase free testosterone, and lead to increased strength, muscle, libido, and even cognitive function. 

However, the one claim about increasing testosterone levels by 434% needs to be taken with some consideration. Yes, the study on KSM-66 did find that supplementation led to this massive increase alongside resistance training, but these effects likely don’t stay permanent. 

So, I wouldn’t expect Blue Star Status to keep your testosterone levels elevated by over 400%. But it should provide a nice boost, especially if you’re deficient in any of the minerals mentioned and/or have low testosterone to begin with. 

Who is Blue Star Status Best For?

Blue Star Status is ideally for men who have low testosterone levels since this product could help bring those levels back into normal ranges. If you already have high testosterone, this product probably won’t do anything very noticeable. 

But it should be a solid t-booster for any man under a lot of stress and who is experiencing declines in libido, performance, muscle, and strength. Again, it won’t be a magical fix, but it could help. 

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Is Blue Star Status Safe?

Some possible side effects for the ingredients in Blue Star Status include:

  • Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and upset stomach
  • Loss of appetite
  • Dizziness
  • Headache

Blue Star Status is made in a GMP-certified facility and third-party tested for quality and control.

This product contains ingredients from coconut. Also, it is not vegan or vegetarian-friendly and is made in a facility that processes ingredients containing milk, sesame, soy, egg, peanuts, tree nuts, fish/crustaceans/shellfish oils, and wheat products.

Where to Buy Blue Star Status

You can purchase Blue Star Status on the Blue Star Nutraceuticals website at this product link

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Each bottle of Blue Star Status contains 30 servings (90 capsules) and costs $69.99. So, it’s about $2.30 per serving, which is pretty expensive. 

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Jack Cincotta, MS

Jack Cincotta is a certified holistic health coach through AFPA and a board-certified holistic health practitioner through AADP. He has written hundreds of articles on nutrition and supplementation. Jack has a M.S. degree in Psychology and is passionate about researching the science behind nutrition. He often uses research-backed supplementation protocols for many of his clients to optimize results.