Natural testosterone boosters are a dime-a-dozen class of supplements. Nearly every single product on the market contains the same three or four ingredients. Typically, they contain some combination of:
- Tribulus Terrestris
- D-Aspartic Acid (DAA)
- Diindolylmethane (DIM)
Chances are you’ve tried several different natural testosterone boosters, each containing varying amounts of these compounds, and you’ve noticed nothing really exceptional, outstanding, or even noteworthy from them aside from a moderate boost in libido or energy. And therein lies the problem with 99% of all natural testosterone boosters -- they’re all copycats of the same mundane formula!
That’s where Nature’s Stamina NT5 is different. NT5 is the answer to the conventional, mundane, ineffective natural testosterone booster. NT5 contains a collection on supplements that work together to support the body’s natural testosterone producing mechanisms for increased energy, vitality, performance, and endurance.
In short, NT5 is a cut above the competition. A product that promotes better sexual health and performance through its unique combination of testosterone support ingredients.
Let’s take a look at some of the key attributes that differentiate NT5 from the droves of other natural testosterone boosters littering the store shelves and why it deserves a spot in your supplement cabinet!
Uncommon Testosterone Boosting Supplements
Catuama isn’t a single ingredient, but a mixture of several herbs including guarana, muira puama (another ingredient contained in NT5), Trichilia catigua, and ginger (a spice lauded for its numerous health and physique-enhancing qualities, including fat loss) traditionally used in Brazilian medicine. Studies on catuama have noted it promotes vasorelaxation, via increasing nitric oxide production, which means greater blood flow to all areas of the body. The end result is better performance in the gym, and more importantly, the bedroom!
Long known for its role as an aphrodisiac, oysters have been helping men in the performance department for centuries. Recent research has even confirmed oyster’s desire-inducing properties due its high mineral and amino acid content. Specifically, oysters are rich in D-Aspartic Acid (DAA), vitamin D, and zinc -- three essential component heavily involved in the production of sex hormones.
Consuming more of these nutrients can improve sperm quality, increase sexual desire, and support optimal testosterone production. On top of that, oyster meat also has been studied for its ability to boost endurance and strengthen immune system function in athletes.[2,3]
What better way to get these vital nutrients than the all-natural way in NT5!
Used for centuries by Peruvian men, Maca is a powerful aphrodisiac that also benefits blood flow, energy, and hormonal balance. The scientific community has demonstrated that those ancient cultures were onto something as research notes maca is effective for increasing libido, sexual desire, and even fertility.[4,5]
Additionally, maca also exerts some anti-stress properties, which limits cortisol production, creating an ideal environment for maximum testosterone production. And if that’s not enough to use maca, consider this, it also improves learning, memory, and performance.
Stinging Nettle Lea
Stinging Nettle (Urtica Dioica) is a true powerhouse of a supplement for male sexual health. It’s rich in lignans, which can bind to sex-hormone binding globulin (SHBG), inhibiting this compound from binding to its own receptor. This leads to greater amounts of free testosterone (the important kind!) in the body.[7,8]Stinging Nettle also supports prostate healthy by combating benign prostatic hyperplasia (BHP), and some research shows it inhibits 5-alpha reductase which supports greater testosterone levels in the body.
Sarsaparilla (smilax ornata) is a perennial vine found throughout the United States and South America. It loaded with all kinds of saponins, plant steroids, flavonoids, and assorted other phytochemicals which combat inflammation, promote hormonal balance and bolster immune system function. Research has shown that the compounds contained in sarsaparilla lower blood glucose and boost cAMP activity in the body, leading to a healthier metabolism and superior body composition.[10,11]
Boost Testosterone the Natural Way with NT5
Nature’s Stamina NT5 is a true game-changer amongst the litany of natural testosterone boosters on the market. It includes the most widely used and effective compounds around along with a host of other agents that support and encourage superior testosterone production.
When you take it all together, the choice is clear — Nature’s Stamina NT5.
You’ll get more for your money and results you can feel!
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