I am a bodybuilder and wanna make muscle as much as possible. Hence, I need a lot of testosterone levels in my body. Currently I am working out nicely, eating the right diet & leading a very healthy lifestyle as this is important for testosterone production but I want to go a mile ahead. Since I know that steroids are a very bad thing, can I use aswagandha as a natural testosterone booster ??? If yes, which brand & dosage per day ???
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Many people equate body building with poor health – likely because of the many reports of steroid use and unhealthy body building supplements. But this research clearly shows that body building can be a healthy form of exercise – one that can be supplemented with healthy products that aid muscle strength and recovery. The bonus round here is that testosterone levels can be boosted. Testosterone levels will often go down as men and women age. This can reduce immune system strength and slow recovery. It can also increase the risk of hair loss, enlarged prostate and other conditions. Increasing testosterone levels doesn’t require pharmaceuticals that can upset our body’s natural balance. Certainly, weight lifting can also lift natural testosterone levels to some degree. But as this research shows, adding Ashwagandha to a weight training regimen can significantly boost testosterone levels to new heights. One doesn’t have to become a body builder to take advantage of this effect. Adding some weight lifting or resistance workouts to our regimen is easy. Remember that pushups and pullups are considered weight lifting, so a gym isn’t even necessary. Dose Of Ashwagandha Days 1-10, 750 milligrams/day Days 11-20, 1,000 milligrams/day Days 21-30, 1,250 milligrams/day
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you can tack also Vidarikand 5 gm with milk twice in a day for good result
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