– Stimulate and aid in the production of testosterone
– Maintain and restore your sexual potency- Detoxify the kidneys and liver of estrogen and toxins
– Total prostate health
– Sense of well-being
– Stimulate and maintain muscle growth
– Boost energy and endurance
Tribulus Terrestris: Known and researched for its properties to detoxify, boost libido and testosterone.
Horny Goat Weed: Studies have shown its effectiveness for erectile dysfunction, libido, and good circulation.
Korean Ginseng: Called “the wonder root” used to stimulate testosterone and sexual desire, prostate health, and diabetes.
Damiana: Sexual stimulant, helps prostate health and decreased prostate specific antigen (PSA). Acts as a natural anti-depressant.
Turmeric: Helps reduce estrogen levels in the liver. Used to assist in diabetes, increases blood flow, and supports weight management.
Nettle Root (Nettle): Can help reduce the symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia. A University of Maryland Medicine study found that nettle can alleviate reduced urinary flow, the constant need to urinate, and the inability to empty the bladder completely. All conditions are associated with an enlarged prostate.
DHEA: Known for its anti-aging properties, DHEA is necessary for the production of testosterone and other hormones in men. May help with obesity and skin.
Gaba: Can increase levels of human growth hormone (HGH), and also known as a natural anti-depressant.
Siberian Ginseng: Widely regarded as an “adaptogen” it may prevent stress-related fluctuations in sleep, mood, appetite, and sexual response.
DIM and Calcium D-Glucarate: Helps discard toxic estrogen from the body and promotes healthy estrogen metabolism, which is crucial to the health of the prostate and disposal of abnormal hormones.
Lycopene: A number of studies have shown that men who get more lycopene in their diet have a lower risk of prostate cancer and increased energy. May help lower the risk of coronary-heart disease.
Zinc and Magnesium: Necessary for testosterone production and muscle synthesis. Shown to play an important role in prostate health. Some studies suggest that low levels of these minerals increase the risk of prostate cancer.
Saw Palmetto: Naturally boosts testosterone levels by keeping the testosterone molecule free from a carrier protein known as sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG). SHBG prevents testosterone from binding with its specific receptors in muscle cells. By freeing up testosterone from SHBG, you’ll experience higher levels of free testosterone in the body, which can induce muscle growth.
Vitamin E: Is not only an antioxidant but it is used by people to enhance their fertility. Particularly beneficial for those with a lower sperm count and people who suffer from low sex drive. Vitamin E boosts testosterone production in the body too.
Red Clover: Has been used as an alternative treatment for a number of conditions because it is rich in isoflavones, a protein found in soybeans. Soy contains high concentrations of the same isoflavones found in red clover and is often cited as a reason why Japanese men rarely get prostate cancer.
Magnesium: Helps regulate cortisol (too much can lead to anxiety), melatonin (essential for sleep), blood pressure, and provides the energy to contract and relax the heart and other muscles. Low magnesium levels can lead to symptoms like exhaustion, irritation, and sleeplessness.