Alchemy Labs TEST FX - Natural Testosterone Booster

Why Healthy Testosterone Levels Are Important

As science and technology advanced, research into Testosterone levels inside our bodies has been growing with huge popularity. Many of you have probably heard a cheesy commercial about LOW T, or seen advertising in regards to Low Testosterone.

Unfortunately, there are a lot of gimmicks out there that are designed to prey on your bodies natural aging process to take your money and run!

NOT COOL...‚ĚĆ

As men, our Testosterone levels do decline with age, stress, diet, in-activity, and many more factors. This decline starts to happen around the age of 25 years old and continues to decline throughout the rest of our life ūüė•.

Testosterone = A hormone that stimulates development of male secondary sexual characteristics, produces mainly in the testes, but also in the adrenal cortex.

There are a wide range of symptoms that can show signs of low testosterone levels in your body like:

  1. Low Sex Drive
  2. Difficulty With Erections
  3. Hair Loss
  4. Loss of Energy & Fatigue
  5. Loss of Muscle Mass
  6. Inability to Build Muscle Mass
  7. Increased Body Fat
  8. Mood Changes
  9. Depression
  10. Poor Focus & Drive

ÔĽŅThe causes can range from natural aging, obesity, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, unhealthy cholesterol levels, belly fat, medications, etc.

TEST FX - Natural T-Boosting Supplement

Alchemy Labs Test-FX is a all-natural testosterone boosting supplement that was designed for the guy who is looking to:

  • Increase Natural Testosterone Levels ‚¨Ü
  • Reduce Unwanted Estrogen Levels‚ĚĆ
  • Eliminate Body Fat ūüĒ•
  • Build Lean Muscle ūüí™

Test-FX was formulated with goal to be the ultimate natural testosterone booster agent and can be the perfect supplement to take after running any type of cycle for a post cycle therapy (PCT).* 

 Ingredients Found In TEST FX - Natural T-Booster

TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS 45% SAPONINS:

Tribulus Terrestris is a small leady plant, known as the Gokshura, or goat's head. Traditional Chinese Medicine has uses of this extract for things like libido, and keeping the urinary track healthy. Now days, people use Tribulus as a bodybuilding supplement to boost testosterone. Research has show that it may also help increase libido in men who have low testosterone levels. (1)*

BURDOCK ROOT EXTRACT (4:1):

Burdock Root Extract has been used for many years as a libido enhancer, and a aphrodisiac in parts of Western Asia and Europe. Burdock Root has been studied for it's ability to significantly increase serum testosterone levels when dosing properly.* (2)

FENUGREEK EXTRACT 50%:

Fenugreek has been suggested in studies to support your body's natural testosterone production, and support health hormone levels. Studies have also suggested that Fenugreek can help protect the body from oxidative stress and stimulate testicles to produce more testosterone.*

DIM, DIINDOLYLMETHANE:

When Indole-3-carboinol hits the stomach acid it converts directly into DIM. Studies over DIM have suggested benefits like, Estrogen control, hormonal acne, weight loss, reducing DHT side effects and menopause. DIM works by blocking the enzyme that converts testosterone into estrogen. Then converts unwanted estrogen into better versions of estrogen. Mainly used in bodybuilding because testosterone promotes muscle tone, and muscle growth. Since DIM inhibits aromatase, so more testosterone can freely work inside the body and give fewer negative estrogen side effects.*

5-ALPHA-HYDROXY-LAXOGENIN:

Laxogenin has been very popular in the body building community over the past 5 years due to its muscle building effects. Laxogenin is from the Smilax Sieboldii, and is a steroidal sapogenin that comes from the plant-based steroids called brassinosteroids. Laxogenin in non-hormonal, and 100% natural. It is believed to increase recovery rates, reduce muscle protein breakdown, and combat cotrisol levels to reduce stress levels in the body! (4)*

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(1): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26727646

(2): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22296876

(3 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0039128X16300332via%3Dihub

(4)  http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?pid=S0103-50532005000300011&script=sci_arttext