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This is a 100% transparent formula, we don't hide anything and it is all backed by science! PrimaVie™ is a powerhouse ingredient scientifically prove to:
- SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASE TOTAL AND FREE TESTOSTERONE!
- Support male sexual health
- Mitochondrial energy booster
- Increase exercise endurance and overall fitness level
- Up-regulate steroidogenic genes (Patent Pending)
- Up-regulate genes for collagen synthesis (Patent Pending)
- Improve the bioavailability of CoQ10
- Supports healthy hsCRP levels (high levels of hs-CRP in otherwise healthy individuals have been found to be predictive of an increased risk of a future heart attack, stroke, sudden cardiac death, and/or peripheral arterial disease)
L-Carnitine-L-Tartrate is a MUST-HAVE in an effective testosterone boosting. Long used for its effects on fat loss, LCLT improves androgen receptor activity to enhance hormonal response, and has been scientifically proven to assist in recovery from strenuous exercise.
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L-Carnitine L-Tartrate (LCLT) is a phenomenal ingredient for athletes, but especially male athletes. In addition to its ability to increase blood flow and reduce muscle damage and soreness following intense exercise, LCLT also enhances androgen receptor density. What this means is that your androgens, such as testosterone, work more efficiently, helping you get more gains from your training. To cap it off, LCLT also improves sperm motility.
PrimeVie is a premium-grade shilajit extract developed by Natreon, Inc. It’s been used for centuries in Ayurveda as a natural energy booster and pro-sexual health compound. While it's typically prized for its ability to enhance the bioavailability of other compounds in supplements, shilajit also has a remarkable effect on your testosterone levels.
Recent research into the Ayurvedic staple shows it can successfully increase testosterone secretion and stimulation. Additional studies found the plant enhanced muscle pliability and its ability to repair itself following damage or stress.
Spilanthes Acmella is another foundational component of Ayurveda traditionally used for its analgesic (pain-relieving) and aphrodisiac properties.[6,7] The plant is rife with numerous bioactive compounds, but the one that’s really doing the testosterone boosting work is Spilanthol. Research demonstrates subjects consuming the extract experienced greater production of testosterone, follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH). A few other bonus benefits attributed to Spilanthes supplementation include increased sexuality and nitric oxide levels, which can aid your bedtime performance.
Eurycoma Longifolia (Longjack) is a proven aphrodisiac used for thousands of years. The potent plant has been well-documented to optimize hormone regulation.[9,10,11] Longjack also improves and exerts some anti-estrogen effects ensuring your body is always in hormonal equilibrium.[12,13]
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