ZMA is a scientifically designed supplement that contains zinc, magnesium and vitamin B6. Each of these three components are critical for testosterone production. Research has also shown that particularly zinc and magnesium are essential for your ability to get and maintain erections.
Tribulus Terrestris Powder
Tribulus Terrestris has been used as an aphrodisiac for more than 3,000 years. It can boost testosterone production by increasing a hormone called DHEA, and also by increasing another hormone called luteinizing hormone. Tribulus can also increase nitric oxide levels, which you need in order to get erections.
TongKat Ali Powder
Tongkat Ali has been used as a sexual enhancer for hundreds of years. It has in research studies shown an ability to increase testosterone in 4 ways: 1) by increasing luteinizing hormone levels, 2) by impairing the ability of SHBG to bind to testosterone, 3) by decreasing estrogen, and 4) by reducing cortisol.
Horny Goat Weed Powder
Horny Goat Weed has been used for sexual health for more than 3,000 years. Research studies have found 3 ways it can improve sexual functions: 1) it is a PDE5 inhibitor (same as Viagra, just about 80 times less potent), 2) it increases nitric oxide production, and 3) it increases testosterone production.
Fenugreek has been used as an aphrodisiac for more than 4,000 years. Research studies have demonstrated that it can boost testosterone production, through increasing levels of hormones called DHEA and luteinizing hormone. Fenugreek can also increases nitric oxide production.
Mucuna Pruriens Powder
Mucuna Pruriens is a legume that has been used as an aphrodisiac for at least 3,000 years. Mucuna Pruriens contains an amino acid called L-DOPA which can help improve sexual function by: 1) increasing testosterone production, 2) increasing dopamine production, and 3) reducing prolactin levels.
D-Aspartic Acid Powder
D-aspartic Acid is an amino acid that is essential for protein synthesis. But it can also increase testosterone production in your testicles via two pathways: 1) by increasing production of a protein called StAR, and 2) by increasing production of what is called luteinizing hormone.