“Ancient Asian” Testosterone BOOSTER
Low testosterone levels can be a big problem for men — especially once you hit a certain age.
It can lead to difficulties with concentration, memory, muscle loss, irritability, depression, and loss of body hair.
Of course, the biggest concern for men is loss of libido and erectile dysfunction.
Most options men face are bad and worse:
Bad = doing nothing.
Worse = taking risky testosterone replacement pills or injections.
But for ages, men in Asia have been reaping the benefits of a native Southeast Asia tree that can help improve energy, reduce stress, and (most importantly), boost testosterone levels.
The tree is called Eurycoma longifolia, but most people know it by its nickname: Long Jack.
Traditional medicine has been using Long Jack for ages for things like sexual dysfunction, exercise recovery, and anxiety—and even to treat malaria and diarrhea.
More recent studies have shown that Long Jack can naturally boost testosterone levels.
In one 2014 study, older men who supplemented with 400 mg of Long Jack for 5 weeks saw increased testosterone levels and increased muscle strength.
And a 2016 study that reviewed animal and human studies determined that Long Jack can help enhance erectile function, boost sexual performance, and increase sperm count, viability, and motility.
It can also help combat some of the mood-related effects of low testosterone, leading to improvements in anger, tension, and confusion.
Most recently, a study this year identified how Long Jack works in the body to boost testosterone.
For this randomized, controlled trial, 32 young men received 600 mg of Long Jack or a placebo for two weeks.
The Long Jack group increased testosterone by 14 percent, and increased free testosterone by 34 percent.
They determined that it works by activating the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal (HPG) axis to produce more functional testosterone.
The study showed that Long Jack also increased estradiol by 30 percent. While this is the predominant form of estrogen, men also need this hormone to balance testosterone, and it plays a role in libido and erectile function.
If you’ve been feeling “off,” low testosterone could be the reason.
Talk to your doctor and have your levels checked.
But before you consider something like hormone replacement therapy, consider trying this natural alternative instead.
You shouldn’t have to wait long to see — and feel — the effects.
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D. (rgerhauser)
P.S. If you’re looking for more ways to boost your testosterone naturally, click here and lean about my simple, 3-step plan.
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