Restore That Energy

A significant part of healthy aging is feeling great, fit, strong, energetic (mentally and physically) and enjoying most of our activities. So much of this is tied to various hormones, notably testosterone.

Revitalize your health by restoring and increasing your testosterone naturally. Now scientifically proven by research and medical studies around the world. 

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Testosterone & Your Age

According to science, testosterone levels peak between 25 to 30 years of age in both men and women and reduce gradually thereafter at the rate of approximately 1 – 2% annually. At the age of 60, testosterone levels are typically only 40-50% of youthful levels and may be lower due to stress and related lifestyle issues such as diet, exercise, and sleep patterns. 

Having lower than optimal testosterone levels can potentially lead to all kinds of problems, including loss of sex drive, ED, and more.


Revitalize Your Body. Naturally

Generally, testosterone is a misunderstood hormone closely associated with masculinity, aggression, virility and sex. The truth is, testosterone is produced in both men and women with set of different functions – to improve fertility, libido, bone mass, fat distribution, muscle mass, production of red blood cells, body hair and even behavioral traits.

We are excited to share some proven results from scientific papers and clinical trials on Tongkat Ali – invigorating energy by boosting and restoring your testosterone naturally and safely.

Remember to give your body what it deserves!

Testosterone for Men

The study of the effect of Tongkat Ali was published by Phytotherapy Research in 2014 on men between 55 years to 72 years. A marked improvement of 61% of free testosterone after 5 weeks of consuming pure Tongkat Ali extract.

If you feel lethargic after long hours at work, or experiencing low libido, loss of body hair, brittle bones then it may be a sign that your testosterone level is low!

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Testosterone is not gender bias

Testosterone belongs to a group of hormones known as androgens which exists in both men and women. Most people think that testosterone is a male sex hormone, although generally most males have more testosterone than females. Female adrenal glands and ovaries produce small amounts of testosterone hormone in the body, thus producing the same function – i.e fertility, libido, red blood cell production, muscle mass, fat distribution and brain functions.

Testosterone for Women

Growing old with our current lifestyle, the natural drop in testosterone level means we need to find alternative ways to restore it. A woman with low testosterone does not contain sufficient level to help produce new blood cells, maintain sex drive, or boost levels of other reproductive hormones.

The optimal level of testosterone in female is 15-70 ng/mL based on research by University of Rochester Medical Centre. The same study by Phytoherapy Research in 2014 showed a phenomenal increase of 122% in free testosterone on women consuming Tongkat Ali after 5 weeks.

Try one and feel the difference.

Are You Low on Testosterone?

Depending on your age, lifestyle and health conditions, there are 10 known symptoms if you are low on testosterone. Find out everything you need to know about testosterone including tips and advice. 

Check out the free testosterone calculator (checker) by Bayer®