Aspirin on testosterone, dopamine and sexual function

Aspirin is typically thought of as a simple pain relieve medication, but recent studies have uncovered surprising connections between taking aspirin and testosterone levels in men. In this blog post, we’ll explore how aspirin can impact testosterone levels and what this means for men who are looking to optimize their hormone levels. From the potential benefits of aspirin to the potential risks, we’ll uncover the truth about how aspirin can affect testosterone levels in men.

Acetyl-L-carnitine to maximize testosterone and erections

Acetyl-L-carnitine might have a positive influence on your androgens. Carnitine is a naturally found compound in the body that’s involved in energy metabolism and removing products of metabolism from cells. In the body, 75% of carnitine is ingested from the diet, and 25% is synthesized internally (roughly 11–34mg per day). It’s created from two essential … Read more

Viagra vs Cialis for muscle growth, pumps & testosterone

Viagra vs Cialis (sildenafil vs tadalafil) for crazy pumps, increasing testosterone and building muscle. Which is best? Viagra and Cialis are PDE-5 inhibitors mostly known for treating erectile dysfunction (mostly in older men). Cialis has also been approved for the treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms suggestive of benign prostatic hyperplasia. It can also help … Read more

Kino mojo review: my honest opinion

Kino Mojo, sold by Greg o’Gallagher, is a testosterone booster “designed to increase your testosterone levels to where they should be” according to the sales page. It’s a supplement containing 5 all-natural ingredients to help increase total and free testosterone as well as dopamine with the intent to make you feel awesome!  Who doesn’t want … Read more

Bee pollen for erectile dysfunction: the natural sexual booster

Bee pollen is a powerful compound that can potentially skyrocket your sexual desire, give you more energy and sexual stamina and improve your erectile function. Bee pollen is one of the most revered foods in nature. It was called ambrosia, or the life-giving dust and was used, amongst other things, as a tonic to boost … Read more