5 Amazingly Unknown Testosterone Boosting Herbs



This is a guest post by Simon Harrison. Simon is a researcher at becomeyounger.com  and explores developing content related to sexual health as well as healthy aging. He has also written articles for The Huffington Post. You can find out more about Simon on this page

Low testosterone is difficult for men and women, so testosterone boosting herbs can help both genders.  For men, low testosterone can cause erectile dysfunction, as well as low libido, weight gain, hair loss, depression and anxiety.  Women experience many of the same symptoms, even though they have much less testosterone.  Hormonal balance makes our body and work effectively, therefore herbs for low testosterone should be a part of all people’s regimen.

Here are five herbal supplements that can help boost your testosterone.

Tongkat Ali

Tongkat Ali is an herb that grows in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.  The extract comes from the root and it is known as a powerful aphrodisiac.  Animal studies show that the low sex-drive in ageing rats where stimulated to almost rampant levels.  It can be used to improve the libido of both men and women, without some of the nasty side effects of Viagra or testosterone replacement therapy.

Also known as Long Jack, the testosterone booster Eurycoma Longifolia is also used by body builders.  The testosterone booster helps to increase the body’s power to increase muscle repair.  This means that the bodybuilder can train more and therefore improve male muscle growth. 

Tongkat Ali - Natures Sexual Stimulant

The tongkat ali benefits are greater than just improve sexual performance and muscle growth.  The herb helps counter some of the effects of ageing, such as reduced concentration and loss of energy.  These are often caused by a low testosterone level and can be countered by Tongkat Ali.

Horny Goat Weed

Horny Goat Weed is also known as Epimedium and is also known as brain tonic of the immortals.  The immortals being Yin and Yang.  The myth goes that the joined god of the female Yin, with the male Yang, experienced 100 orgasms a day.  So, clearly this is a libido booster and a means of encouraging quicker recovery between erections. The benefits of the supplement that is also known as Yin Yang Hou are many.  It helps the flow of blood, as well as boosting testosterone.  Therefore, it is an excellent means of overcoming low sex-drive and erectile dysfunction.

Although a lot of the benefits are anecdotal, the herb has been prescribed for the centuries by Chinese herbal medicinal practitioners – both for men and women.  Therefore, a history of successful use must be enough evidence for the potency of the supplement.

 

Tribulus Terrestris

Ayurvedia medicine, as well as Chinese herbal medicine, promotes the he healing powers of Tribulus Terrestris for over 400 years.  It is known mostly as a means of overcoming low testosterone.  Body builders are known to use the herb after they have taken anabolic steroids, to promote a better hormonal balance.  Also, one of the benefits of this herb is that it can build tissue without the need to lift weights.  This means that body builders enjoy a recovery period, whilst still building muscle.

It is most commonly prescribed by Ayurvedic herbalists for people who want to increase sex drive and reduce the chances of premature ejaculation.  It acts by stimulating the leutinizing hormones in the testicles, which prompt the Leydig cells to create ample testosterone.  This means it works with the natural functions of the body rather than introducing new testosterone to the body.  This means that the side effects are much reduced.  What is an added bonus, Tribulus Terrestris is great for promoting a pleasant mood!

Rhodiola Rosea

Rhodiola Rosea is also known as Rosavin and “Golden Root.”  It is a great herb to help with fat burn, enhancing energy and boosting brain power.  It is an adaptogen herb, meaning it can help you body adapt to physical, chemical and environmental stress.  This is a particularly effective herb for many ailments and has been used since the time of Vikings for enhancing physical strength.  In fact, the Sherpa people still use the herb to help them climb at high altitudes, including Mount Everest.

The herb counters some of the effects of low testosterone.  Low testosterone is known to create a build-up of adipose tissue, which is fat around the middle.  You are likely to know this as middle age spread.  Rosavin stimulates an enzyme called hormone-sensitive lipase, which literally burns the fat.  If you match this with exercise it can really have dramatic effects on weight.

The herb has other benefits which simulate the impact of health testosterone levels.  It can help promote greater energy, by improving sleep and by encouraging a greater production of red blood cells.  It also lowers cortisol levels, which is the stress hormone and can have many detrimental impacts on the body.  Finally, like Tribulus Terrestris, it promotes a better mood.  Some go so far as to say it fights depression, as it prompts the production of dopamine in the brain.

Moringa

Moringa benefits the hormonal balance of both men and women.  Hormonal balance is one of the key features of a healthy body and a healthy mind, therefore this herb is beneficial in more ways than encouraging testosterone production.  There have been over 1300 studies, articles and reports that have made claims about the healing properties of Moringa.  Some believe that there is still yet to be known, and the Moringa tree’s leaves could be important to future cures for diseases that will challenge the human race.

Hype? It has twice the protein of yogurt four times the amount of calcium as cow’s milk and seven times the Vitamin C of oranges.  It is grown in the Himalayas and has over 90 protective compounds.

Moringa counters the lack of hormones that weree present in our youth.  This means that it does not boost testosterone as such.  Moringa, like Rosavin, counters the impact of low testosterone on the body – not least the ageing effects that cause so much distress. 

 

Any Others?

Nature has found many ways to provide man and woman with products that can boost testosterone.  Cardamom is a great seasoning herb but it is also rich in a-terpinyl acetate, which regulates hormones.  Then, pumpkin seeds and oil can increase testosterone, as it contains magnesium and many other compounds.  Finally, honey is a sacred element in Ayurveda healing traditions.  It contains Chysin – which blocks the conversion of testosterone into estrogen that happens with age.  Who knew a little bit of honey in your tea in the morning could have so much potency!

 

Further Ways To Boost Your Testosterone

If you haven't already, be sure to check out my extensive article on this exact topic - 29 Proven and Effective Ways to Boost Testosterone Naturally

 

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