Testosterone Supplements

Ingredients which make Testosterone Supplements

When you enter your third decade, changes begin taking place in your strength level, muscle mass, sleep quality, sex drive and many other areas. Decline in testosterone levels is all the blame here. The moment you hit age 30, your body begins experiencing a steady decline in testosterone hormones, and this affects the quality of life you’re living.

You see, testosterone is the hormone associated with building muscle mass, strength gain, bedroom performance, quality sleep, and many more. Because of this, it should not come to you as a surprise that the search for some natural ways of increasing testosterone is on the rise.

So far, medical researchers have made some advancement in making testosterone supplements that promise great results, or at least some improvements.

 How a testosterone supplement works

These are a class of herbal supplements consumed by human beings to naturally boost the level of this hormone, also called the T hormone.

These supplements work in two ways; they inhibit hormones which are responsible for converting the T hormone into estrogen. If not, they directly increase the level of T hormone in the body without undergoing any unique processes to stimulate the production of the hormone.

Either way, these supplements can still help you see major changes in your life, thanks to the fact that they can restore the level of Testosterone in your body to make you look and feel younger all over again.

 Ingredients found in a good testosterone supplement

The most popular T-supplements have some ingredients common in them. If you want to buy the best supplement, you should understand which ingredients are effective and which ones don’t give results.

Here’s a list of the top 4 ingredients worth familiarizing yourself with:

  1. D-aspartic acid: Also known as D-AA, it’s a natural amino acid popularly found in the testicular leydig cells. D-AA is a messenger between your brain and the leydig cells, and plays a vital role in asking your body to convert cholesterol into testosterone. In theory, D-AA supplements work by improving this messaging system so more cholesterol can be converted into T hormones. According to some Italian researchers, those who consumed 3g of D-AA acid experienced a 42% increase in T-hormone levels after 12 days. So it’s very possible that D-AA will naturally boost your T-hormone levels.
  2. Tribulus Terrestris: Also known as TT, it simply elevates luteinizing hormone whose function is to command the testis to produce more testosterone. It has been established that this thorny herb boosts muscle mass while enhancing a man’s performance in the bedroom.
  3. Fenugreek: Most people think Fenugreek has some Greek elements in it. But actually the plant is produced in India, and its properties are more important that its origin. Fenugreek has traditionally been used in the making of pickles, curry powders, pastes etc. A study at the Mary Hardin-Baylor University put to test men who had consumed this herb. After only four weeks, they found that these men (who participated in strength training) witnessed an increase in their strength, thanks to Fenugreek herb.
  4. ZMA: ZMA is a combination of Vitamin B-6, magnesium aspartate and zinc monomethionine aspartate. ZMA is a recognized ingredient found in some of the most popular testosterone boosters and sleep aids. ZMA has been used to make testosterone supplements that help the body achieve a deeper state of R.E.M sleep. So it’s definitely a good ingredient.


Any T supplement that contains the 4 ingredients above is a good product. Not only have these ingredients been researched, but they’ve also been proven to work when taken orally.

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Julius Rogers is a health freak and loves to pen health articles that teach, educate, and entertain. He writes health information at various health outlets. Be sure to check out his other ventures!

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