Low production of testosterone is normal at elder age
but if this problem hits a man at young age then it indicates a sexual disorder.
Testicles produce this hormone when pituitary gland sends regular signals from
brain. Low level of testosterone highly affects
, muscle development, bone tissue regeneration and manhood
in men. Due to low
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, men take less interest in lovemaking. Slow bone tissue
regeneration results in severe bone weakness and this reduces capacity of a man
to stay longer in bed. Due to low physical strength, males prefer to take rest
rather than indulging in lovemaking as high energy level is required to perform
actively in bed.
Testosterone also provides energy to hold erections and
therefore lack of testosterone causes men to lose control over erections soon
and ejaculate early without reaching climax. Low production of testosterone
lowers down both mental and physical stamina. Body weight may increase due to
absence of testosterone in men. To avoid severe consequences of low testosterone
levels Ryan Finley
, appropriate treatment is required. Using ayurvedic remedies can
give long lasting relief from this disorder.
One can use Musli Kaunch
Shakti capsules which are powerful ayurvedic supplements to increase
testosterone levels. These herbal supplements treat the root cause of low
production of testosterone and hence improve T levels naturally. These
supplements improve blood circulation in body in order to deliver nutrients to
all body cells regularly. Nourishment improves the functions of brain which help
pituitary gland to regularly send signals to testicles to maintain testosterone
levels in body. It also improves muscle development process to increase physical
strength of body. This can increase sexual stamina in men to stay longer in bed.
Optimum production of testosterone helps men to delay ejaculation and reach
climax without getting exhausted. Men get satisfactory results during lovemaking
which keeps them attracted towards sexual activities.
are used in these ayurvedic supplements to increase testosterone levels in men:
1. Ashwagandha – Aphrodisiac nature of this herb can increase lovemaking
desire in men naturally. This herb possesses anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and
anti-stressor properties which help to improve cardiac health effectively.
Antidepressant properties of this herb reduce effects of
, tension and depression on pituitary gland which signals
testicles to produce testosterone. This improves vitality and fertility in
males. Antioxidants present in these herbs effectively scavenge and neutralize
free radicals. This ingredient improves semen quality also and hence provides
protection to sperm cells.
2. Kaunch beej – This herb can improve both
quality and quantity of sperm cells. Active action of this herb helps in
maintaining erections for long time. This herb also helps in treating problem of
uncontrolled ejaculation and improving general and sexual stamina. This herb
contains adequate amount of minerals which make it a powerful sexual tonic. So,
it is included in making ayurvedic supplements to increase testosterone
3. Shatavari - This ingredient of Musli Kaunch Shakti capsules has
been used from years for treating sexual weakness in males. Nutrients present in
this herb nourish and calm down nerves in central nervous system which improves
functions of pituitary gland naturally. This herb contains antioxidants which
protect body cells from ill effects of free radicals and toxins. Spermatogenic
property of this ingredient promotes sperm cell production. This herb also
boosts energy and strength in men to increase longevity.
All these herbs
are processed in decoction of Musli
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, Bala, Ashwagandha and Gokhuru. This unique combination makes
Musli Kaunch Shakti capsules the most effective ayurvedic supplements to
increase testosterone levels. Take these capsules continuously for 3 to 4 months
consistently to achieve long lasting results.
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