Can I Really Boost my Testosterone with Pills?
Go to a handful of health websites, and plenty of them will tell you that it’s just not possible to boost your testosterone levels with a supplement. This assertion is pretty understandable since the vast majority of male enhancement products have questionable ingredients that may or may not work at all. In a lot of situations, there’s just not enough research. In others, the research shows that there really is no benefit at all. What these websites miss, though, is that these supplements aren’t as simple as IVs that hook you up to a testosterone drip. What they contain are testosterone boosters, or substances that encourage increased production of testosterone. And there is proof of this.
For men, a dip in testosterone levels is the perfect nightmare. Essentially, you lose your manhood:
- Your sex drive goes down to zero
- Your dick won’t get up or stay up
- You can’t cum and you don’t cum as much
- You’re tired, weak, and sometimes even depressed
- You can’t sleep as well
- You could even grow man boobs and lose your hair
In short, you really need testosterone. Unfortunately, low-T is a common problem for older men and even some younger men. Good news? It’s treatable. Before you go for dramatic medical treatment (and associated side effects), though, we recommend that you try a male enhancement supplement.
Supplements with testosterone boosters essentially free up testosterone already present in the body that’s neutralized by other hormones like estrogen or sex hormone binding globulin.
Here’s what to look for in the ideal male enhancement supplement:
1. Zinc Zinc
is a well-known factor when it comes to increasing testosterone production as well as improving brain function.
If you’ve done any research on sexual male enhancement, you’ve probably stumbled upon the beauty that is this herb. Ginseng has also been shown to boost testosterone production.
3. Vitamin D3
Wait, you mean the vitamin I get from the sun? That’s the one! But the vast majority of people don’t get enough of it. D3 helps your body release luteinizing hormones which upstart testosterone and human growth hormone production, both of which you start to lose as you age.
4. D-Aspartic Acid
D-AA is an amino acid found in testicular cells which reminds your brain and leydig cells to produce testosterone from cholesterol. Supplementing with D-AA will increase this communication process and the production of testosterone.
Terrestris Tribulus Terrestris (we’ll call it TT) is a fan favorite when it comes to treating low-T. This is because its male-enhancing effects are threefold: it can stimulate testosterone production, encourage muscle growth, and even improve your libido and treat ED. Testosterone production is stimulated by TT when luteinizing hormone is elevated and stimulates the testes to produce testosterone.
Fenugreek is another multifaceted T-booster. Its furostanolic saponins (natural plant