Test X - If you are looking for serious testosterone support in your lifestyle and in the gym then Test UP is for you. Created for those who see no limits in their quest to greatness. Delivering potent ingredients that increase power, decrease cortisol, and unlock your body's ability to utilize bound or inactive testosterone, improving your performance.
Tribulus terrestris - Tribulus - a small plant - used to treat sexual dysfunction as well as enhancing your athletic performance - boost strength and lean muscle mass -
DHEA - a hormone produced in the adrenal gland - increases testosterone naturally - the body turns dhea into testosterone or estrogen - effects the nervous system and boost athletic performance -
Deer Antler Powder - It happens to increase muscle strength and improve muscle recovery while breaking down carbs faster. Antler velvet also tends to mildly increase levels of your sex hormone testosterone. boost strength and endurance, improves the way the immune system works, counters the effects of stress, and promotes rapid recovery from illnesses.
Tongkat Ali Root Powder - boosts testosterone levels and helps treat infertility in men, relieves stress, and increases muscle mass. contains flavonoids, alkaloids, and other compounds that act as antioxidants -
Isoflavone - Isoflavones are considered phytoestrogens, meaning that they are similar in structure to the female hormone, estrogen. Isoflavones are also considered anti-oxidant compounds - similar structure as estrogen helps them bind to estrogen receptors -
Rhodiola Rosea Root - is used for increasing energy, stamina, strength and mental capacity; and as a so-called “adaptogen” to help the body adapt to and resist physical, chemical, and environmental stress.
Alpha lipoic acid - people use alpha-lipoic acid for memory loss, chronic fatigue syndrome HIV/AIDS, cancer, liver disease, diseases of the heart and blood vessels - breaks down carbs and makes energy for other organs in the body - helps with erectile dysfunction -
Octacosanol - affect the endocrine system, in particular, causing the secretion of gonadal hormones such as testosterone and cortisol.