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It blocks testosterone to estrogen conversion thus allowing test levels to climb.
If you actually want to raise your test levels:
Try that and I guarantee you will up your levels.
Doctors will rarely prescribe HCG, they'll much sooner place you on TRT rather than HCG.
09-12-2012, 05:45 AM #74
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It will blow up your testes and make them produce more test.
HCG has many uses apart from maintaining testes whilst on cycle.. i.e. fertility uses.
You wouldn't need to use HCG unless you actually have low test levels and are looking to get them back up though.
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09-12-2012, 06:58 AM #81
Consensus seems to be that d-aspartic acid works. Anyone try longjack? Looks expensive but I've read good things about it. Sounds like it just lowers SHBG.
Here's a couple of studies. Though these studies show they're using huge doses compared to what is in human supplement pills (800mg/kg and 500)
The effects of various fractions of Eurycoma longifolia Jack were studied on the orientation activities of the inbred, adult middle-aged Sprague-Dawley rats, 9 months old and retired breeders towards the receptive females (anogenital sniffing, licking, mounting), the environment (climbing, raring, exploration), themselves (nongenital grooming, genital grooming) and mobility (restricted, unrestricted) after treating these subjects twice daily for 10 days. Results showed that subjects treated with 800 mg/kg of E. longifolia Jack increased orientation activities towards the receptive females (anogenital sniffing, licking and mounting), increased genital grooming towards themselves and restricted movements to a particular area of the cage but decreased interest in the external environment (climbing, raring, exploration) as compared with the controls during the investigation period. In conclusion, this study gives further evidences that different fractions of E. longifolia Jack modified the orientation activities of the middle-aged male rats.
Eurycoma longifolia Jack was investigated for sexual motivation activity in adult, middle-aged male mice and in retired breeders, using the modified open field and the modified runway choice methods. Each mouse received 500 mg/kg of one of 4 fractions of E. longifolia Jack, viz. chloroform, methanol, butanol, and water, whereas the mice in the control and yohimbine groups received 3 ml/kg of normal saline and 30 mg/kg of yohimbine daily respectively for 10 d. The results show a transient increase in the percentage of male mice responding to the right choice after chronic consumption of the fractions with 50 percent of the adult middle-aged male mice treated with E. longifolia Jack and yohimbine scoring the right choice after 8 and 5 days post-treatment respectively. In conclusion, this study has shown that E. longifolia Jack continues to enhance sexual motivation in adult, middle-aged male mice and in retired breeders.- root console
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