Natural T-Booster Side Effects
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A common question we get asked is – Do natural T-boosters cause any side effects ?
The simple answer is NO, they are usually completely completely safe, but make sure you get all the facts before you buy!
There has been a massive increase in the demand for natural testosterone products.
With the ever growing reports of serious side effects associated with the drug based Testosterone treatments (TRT) including anabolic steroids, is it any wonder that men are becoming increasingly wary of what they use.
Lawsuits are becoming common..
The USA has become one of those countries where many men have taken to the courts to try and obtain compensation for serious health issues they have suffered after using drug based treatments that have been prescribed for them.
Heart attacks and Strokes are two of the serious side effects that have been blamed on Drug based Testosterone booster ingredients.
The men claim that the various manufacturers knew about the inherent health risks but failed to advise doctors or make the information public.
“Natural Testosterone Boosters work alongside our natural testosterone production.”
Unlike their drug based rivals that fill the body with synthetic, man made testosterone, natural T-boosters provide the body with minerals, herbal extracts and many vital vitamins which help to stimulate the body to produce more of its natural testosterone.
This is very unlikely to cause any side effects as you are actually increasing production of your own natural, genetic testosterone.
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Side Effects Of Natural Testosterone Boosters
When using a well balanced natural T booster you should not experience any serious side effects.
You may however notice some very mild side effects that are actually a sign that the products is working within your body.
You may experience:
Slight Testicular discomfort – this occurs because the glands in the testicles are beginning to produce more testosterone and in turn increase semen levels.
A simple way to relieve the discomfort – have sex – ejaculation helps to release the pressure caused by the extra semen levels.
Increased Acne – Shouldn’t be too much of a problem, increasing your testosterone, can, for some cause the skin to get a little more oily and so you may find there a few more spots appear, more like to appear on the back.
Increased Sweating – some men have found that they sweat more. This is usually caused by hormonal activity. Your aprocine glands tend to produce sweat. The increased levels of testosterone make your sweat glands produce more.
How To Choose A Good Natural Testosterone Booster
You need to find the best natural T Booster for you.
The ingredient list can make or break the product. There are many different mixes and various compounds found in many T boosting products that have been found to have little or no clinical tests behind them..
You must always check that the product you are using has been clinically tested and its formula given the green light.
No one wants to spend time and money using a product that will have absolutely no effect on them whatsoever.
Some Ingredients To Look For With Proven, Effective T Boosting Properties:
- Magnesium } These are 3 ingredients often put together as ‘ZMA’
- Vitamin B6
- D-Aspartic Acid
- Oyster Extract
- Vitamin D3
- Stinging Nettle
- Siberian Ginseng
- Mucuna Pruriens
These are all very effective in aiding the production of Testosterone and just as importantly they are SAFE.
“As one example, D-Aspartic Acid has been shown to boost testosterone by up to 42% in just 12 days”
Ingredients To Avoid
There are lots of ingredients found with little or no value some of which are potentially harmful.
Here is 4 to avoid:
DHEA – often used in T-boosters – DHEA is banned by the world doping association and in numerous countries, its only usually available on a doctors prescription. There have been links to prostate problems and even the development of certain cancers.
Licorice – Starting to appear in many products, not really harmful, but has the opposite effect so you could actually end up with lower testosterone production.
Bulbine Natalensis (AKA Prolensis) – Research has shown that it can be toxic to the liver and kidneys – be wary when taking this.
Tribulus Terrestris – Not a bad ingredient, especially if you have problems in the bedroom department. A known and proven libido booster, but it has failed on every level in hundreds of clinical trials to boost testosterone.
Quite frankly as a T-booster it DOES NOT WORK.
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“A Good Natural T-Booster Will Certainly Help”
From my personal experiences and intensive research over the past 5 years, I have compiled my list of the 5 products that I believe are the best available.
If you are younger and want to build large muscles, or are that little bit older and simply want to regain some of your youthful vitality, there is a product for you on this list.