Depending on the type of guy you are, the word mysterious can muster up one of two responses…
“Stay away”, or “Bring it on!”
Today we’re going to investigate 3 mysterious natural remedies for low testosterone in males that deserve the latter response…
These special herbs will add testosterone on top of testosterone to your biology…
Fight off testosterone inhibitors, and overall…
Send your T-count to heights only known to the “bring it on” guys.
So without further adieu, let me introduce you to these mysterious, natural remedies for low testosterone so that you can introduce these them into your diet ASAP.
Do you remember the first time your jacked cousin, classmate, or colleague told you that you needed to ingest more protein in order to get muscles like his?
“You need more protein to build muscle, bro. So, uh, you should start drinking protein shakes.” (Chugs strawberry flavored whey in water).
…Or something like that.
Simple advice. Right?
You need more protein? Go straight to the source. Drink protein.
Now, even though we stay away from those 25g bro-tein shakes around these parts, the concept remains the same for your testosterone.
You need to boost your T-count? Why not just add some T?
After all, your testosterone + more testosterone = well, more testosterone.
Skip the search and go straight to the source.
Pine pollen is one of the few known plants in the world that actually contains testosterone in it, making it a natural remedy for low testosterone in males.
That’s right. Real testosterone.
This mysterious supplement contains the androgenic hormone that flows through your bloodstream and also incorporates testosterone-boosting properties within its makeup.
This testosterone boosting powerhouse is available in both capsule and powder form.
One gram of pine pollen contains 80 nanograms of testosterone and typically you’ll be looking at about three tablespoons, or a 9g serving when you take this supplement.
Take this dose of pine pollen with a 16oz glass of water before you doze off at bedtime and you’ll notice the effects in the morning (if you know what I mean)
Every serving promises a surge of testosterone.
Though the testosterone contained within pine pollen is about as good as it gets if you’re looking to improve your testosterone health, this dander is dynamic in other ways, too.
Pine pollen is a complete protein, containing 22 amino acids. It also carries more than 15 vitamins and 30 minerals. Not to mention, it has all of your essential fatty acids, making even its side benefits a three-headed monster to be reckoned with.
The bottom line: Pine pollen is a mysterious yet prolific plant for your testosterone health.
It’s got the source and the specialties needed to take you T-count to the next level.
So, can we say it together? “Bring it on!”
Chaga mushrooms are the true man’s mushrooms…
Though they don’t contain pure testosterone like pine pollen does, they’re still loaded with testosterone boosting benefits sure to spike and sustain your T-count.
In a mysterious and perhaps backward fashion, Chaga mushrooms raise your testosterone levels by playing a little bit of defense…
They’re an active defender against cortisol, otherwise known, as testosterone’s arch-nemesis.
See, cortisol is created from high-stress levels.
Chaga, however, is filled naturally with anti-inflammatories, which fight against the high-stress levels that cause cortisol to increase in your body.
In a sense, this funky fungus nips cortisol in the bud by decreasing stress, and in doing so, protecting your testosterone from its kryptonite.
Chaga has also been proven to improve sleep through its anti-inflammatory properties by causing you to chill out so your mind can clock out when it’s time to get to bed.
In today’s fast-paced, 24-hour news cycle, social media-saturated world, sleep has become a fleeting fortune…
When your mind has been over-indulging in information for 16 hours, simply closing your eyes won’t do the trick when you hit the sack.
As a result, lack of sleep will set your T-count on a downward trajectory.
To be blunt, little sleep means little testosterone (It won’t matter how much pine pollen you take)…
However, a cup of Chaga mushroom tea before bed will decrease stress and allow for a better night’s sleep.
An hour of extra sleep can increase your testosterone levels by 15% while adding just a few extra hours of sound sleep can double your testosterone levels. DOUBLE.
That makes the Chaga mushroom a must have natural remedy for low testosterone in males.
Shut off the television, open up a good book, and sip this testosterone boosting remedy for a sound sleep and a sure testosterone surplus the following day.
Nettle root is a relatively well-known plant with multiple uses ranging from joint relief to kidney relief, a diuretic to irrigation therapy and of course, testosterone health.
Similar to the Chaga mushroom, nettle root helps your body’s testosterone levels by playing a bit of defense.
Remember the days when you romped around the schoolyard in a fun game of “freeze-tag?”
If you’ve never enjoyed a frenzied game of freeze-tag growing up, the premise is simple.
Basically, you’d have one person who is “it”, and he or she chases the other students around the yard, trying to tag them.
When he or she tags the scattered students, they’re now frozen or ineffective for the rest of the game.
This same concept takes place in your battle for your T-count.
Essentially, your body contains what is known as sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG), a glycoprotein that binds to your androgen, rendering it inactive.
Or in other words, sex hormone-binding globulin tags your free testosterone and makes it sedentary.
Too much of this and you’ll soon experience all of the symptoms associated with a low T-count.
So, you want to keep these testosterone binding proteins at bay.
This mysterious shrub inhibits the binding of SHBG to your testosterone, which as a result, increases the amount of free testosterone flowing into your bloodstream.
Adding on to its already stellar bulwark against binding agents, nettle root also captures enzymes that convert your testosterone into dihydrotestosterone, which can cause hair loss and prostate tissue growth known as benign prostatic hyperplasia.
Nettle root has its work cut out for it when you add it to your daily diet but has proven up to the challenge.
This supplement ties up that SHBG, which tries to tag your testosterone levels and dihydrotestosterone, which tries to tag your well-being making it a necessary natural remedy for low testosterone that you need to start implementing today.
These 3 natural remedies for low testosterone in males are no longer a mystery to you…
Now, all you have to do is give them a shot!
Their benefits span a wide range and have a powerful effect on men looking to make everyday count, and let’s be real, isn’t that all of us?