Mega Test is a transparently-dosed natural testosterone support supplement containing numerous research-backed ingredients including D-Aspartic Acid, Tribulus Terrestris, and Maca Powder to aid the body's natural hormone production mechanisms.
Mega Test Ingredients
D-Aspartic Acid (2g)
D-Aspartic Acid is a non-essential amino acid that has been noted in research to increase the release of several hormones, including luteinizing hormone and gonadotropin-releasing hormone, which influences testosterone production. *
Additional studies suggest that D-Aspartic Acid may improve sperm quantity, quality, and motility.*
Tribulus Terrestris (550mg)
Tribulus Terrestris is an Ayurvedic herb traditionally used to support male virility and vitality. The majority of the effects of Tribulus are attributed to phytochemicals contained in the plant known as saponins.
Mega Test includes a Tribulus extract standardized to 45% saponins.*
Research suggests that supplementation with Tribulus may support higher testosterone levels as well as promote lean body mass and reduce body fat.*
Ayurvedic compound shown in studies to enhance luteinizing hormone*
- Enhances anaerobic and alactic muscular power*
Maca Powder (250mg)
Maca is Peruvian herb containing plant sterols believed to support libido, sexual desire, and fertility.*
This herb may also promote greater energy and mood while reducing stress, thanks to its adaptogenic qualities.*
- Peruvian adaptogenic herb that may support energy and endurance*
- Promotes increased libido and improved sexual function*
Mucuna Pruriens (200mg)
Also known as velvet bean, mucuna pruriens is another adaptogenic herb known to help combat stress. Mucuna is rich in L-Dopa -- a precursor to dopamine, the neurotransmitter heavily involved in mood, motivation, and focus.*
Research notes that L-Dopa may increase Luteinizing Hormone, which supports increased testosterone production. Additionally, other research suggests that L-Dopa may also lower prolactin levels as well as increase sperm count.*
- Contains the direct precursor to dopamine, L-Dopa*
- Supports mood and motivation*
- May increase luteinizing hormone and improve sperm quality*
Derived from indole-3-carbinol (a phytocompound present in broccoli), 3,3’-Diindolylmethane (or DIM) help promote a healthy balance of estrogen in the body*
- Supports hormone balance*
- Promotes estrogen balance*
A staple of Traditional Medicine, Longjack (a.k.a Eurycoma Longifolia and Tongkat Ali) has been noted in research to support hormone regulation and erection quality.*
Longjack may also promote better estrogen control as well as free and total testosterone levels due to its ability to help reduce cortisol levels.*
- May improve stress hormone profile and certain mood states*
Vitamin D (1,000 IU)
Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin commonly referred to as “the sunshine vitamin” due to the fact that our bodies naturally produce it when exposed to direct sunlight. This essential vitamin plays a role in a number of important functions in the body, including natural testosterone production.*
Unfortunately, a significant portion of the population is deficient in this essential vitamin. For men, this is particularly concerning, as low Vitamin D levels are associated with lower fertility, increased body fat, and lower amounts of lean muscle mass.*
- Essential fat-soluble that supports natural testosterone production*
- Low levels of VItamin D are associated with lower fertility and increased body fat*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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