Phytochemical quercetin may help maintain or even increase testosterone levels, but evidence is limited to test tube and animal research. Quercetin is one of the many polyphenol compounds present in plants. Quercetin may be capable of boosting testosterone levels through: Antioxidant activity. Qeurcetin may help maintain healthy testosterone levels by fighting … [Read more...]
Starting at around age 30, men's testosterone levels begin to naturally decline. T-Boosters are nutrients that help men keep their testosterone levels at their peak. Some T-boosters increase T production, while others can raise T-levels indirectly, by neutralizing “T-killer” enzymes and female sex hormones. T-Boosting nutrients may be taken alone, but are more often combined into complex supplements.
Chrysin might help boost testosterone levels, but not enough evidence backs this claim. A naturally occurring flavone, chrysin has been suggested to have positive effects on testosterone due to its proposed ability to: Inhibit aromatase. By blocking the aromatase enzyme, testosterone in the bloodstream is prevented from being converted into … [Read more...]
Nigerian aphrodisiac Fadogia agrestis has shown potential to increase testosterone levels in limited animal research. Fadogia agrestis is a medicinal African herb with supposed aphrodisiac properties. Early research indicates that it may: Increase testosterone levels. A single animal study reported increased testosterone levels as a result of Fadogia … [Read more...]
Indian herb Bryonia laciniosa might boost testosterone, but research is extremely limited. Bryonia laciniosa, traditionally viewed as an aphrodisiac and fertility booster, is believed to: Boost testosterone. Bryonia may increase testosterone levels by stimulating its production. Overview Bryonia laciniosa, referred to as bryonia for short, or Shivlingi in … [Read more...]
Tropical Indian herb safed musli may enhance overall male sexual function, but effects on testosterone are unclear. Safed musli is prized in Indian Ayurvedic medicine for being an aphrodisiac and adaptogen. It is believed to have such potential benefits for masculinity as: Increasing sexual function. Animal research has consistently demonstrated the sexual health … [Read more...]