I took a look at some of the studies regarding those ingredients. Most of them just seem to help in men with low testosterone, and even then only to a certain degree.
Does that blend really have 2 g of Ashwagandha per serving? That seems a bit high. It can negatively affect thyroid hormones if you don't have low thyroid hormones. But it also improves GABA activity so it should induce some relaxation.
The magnesium dose is also on the high end, but it's likely safe. It might cause drowsiness and fatigue though.
The Maca dose is too low for most people to notice anything. And I recall a study using high doses, like 4-5 g, found some increase in testosterone levels. But it really doesn't seem to have any significant effect on testosterone in most people. It's mainly used to improve libido and energy.
Urtica Diocia Folium is stinging nettle, which decreases SHBG levels. This can also increase estradiol levels, but SHBG more strongly binds to DHT and testosterone than estradiol so the overall effect is a net positive for men.
The Ginseng might be low quality. Real ginseng is often expensive.
Zinc gluconate is not an optimal form as it can cause stomach issues so I'd watch out for that.
The boron dose is too low to have any real effects. Studies use 3-10 mg if I recall correctly.
I'm not sure about the other ingredients.
The overall value is quite good. You're getting a lot of ingredients and at relatively high doses for cheap. Is the company reliable? Do they provide lab reports?
Also, I'm assuming this is a powder and can't imagine it tasting good, even with flavoring.
Yeah, definitely report the benefits, I'm curious what it'll do for you.