Ingredients to look for when choosing a Test Booster

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From time to time, every one of us needs a test booster. Whether it’s to naturally raise your low testosterone levels, give yourself a little boost in the bedroom or to get your levels back up to normal after a hormonal cycle during PCT. Natural test boosters help to raise our test levels without having any significantly negative impact on our hormonal balance (raising estrogen) and without any of the side effects related to injectable/oral testosterone.

There are, however, an insanely high amount of different kinds of natural test boosters in the market today and each and every one has a different ingredient profile that promises to be the best in the world. How do you know which one is the right one? Fear not. I’m here to help you out.

When looking for a good test booster, look for the following ingredients on the label:

D-Aspartic Acid

A relatively new ingredient in to the test boosting world, D-Aspartic Acid (DAA), has been studied widely and it’s been found to have raised testosterone levels in men by up to 40% in ONLY 12 days at just 3 grams daily. DAA is also safe to use and is a very useful tool, particularly in PCT, for raising natural testosterone levels. Studies using 6 grams of DAA found that there was not much difference between using 3 grams or 6 grams so aim for just 3 grams daily.

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Tongkat Ali

This particular ingredient, is not as effective if you are a healthy individual with normal testosterone levels, however, if you are a person with low testosterone, this herb definitely helps. In one 12-week study, it was found that using just 300mg’s of Tongkat Ali per day, the testosterone levels in the males shot up by 37% and significantly increased sperm volume and motility. This herb is particular useful during PCT as it helps to lower Cortisol levels, which usually shoot up after a hormonal cycle.

Bulbine Natalensis

A lot of the new test boosters on the market feature this ingredient, and for good reason. This South African herb significantly raises Luteinizing Hormone (LH) as well as Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH). Both of these encourage the natural production of Testosterone (extremely useful in PCT). As a bonus, it also reduces excess estrogen levels.

There are also other ingredients such as Plant sterols, however, there just isn’t enough research that clearly proves any impact on testosterone levels, therefore, I will not recommend them. It’s important to use only supplements that have ingredients with proven research, such as, Test Infusion, Forged Post Cycle, MHO Poppers and/or Methyl EAA.

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