Natural Testosterone Formula

 

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Cenegenics ELITE Performance Natural Testosterone Formula is designed to help promote healthy testosterone levels for enhanced vitality and sexual health.

Features and Benefits:

  • Designed to help promote optimal testosterone function
  • Synergistic combination of phytoandrogens, androgenic adaptogens and herbs
  • Maintains the health of testosterone producing glands
  • Supports the healthy functions of testosterone responsive tissue in both men and women
  • Natural formulation that offers hormone-free support of testosterone function

This combination of naturally occurring ingredients may be used to improve testosterone production to support libido, energy and wellness. The primary functions of the ELITE Performance Natural Testosterone Formula are to support the natural production of testosterone and other androgens by gonadal tissue in both men and women, and to support how tissues throughout the body respond to testosterone. This is accomplished by supporting the function of testosterone producing glands in both genders, and by supporting the function of testosterone tissues through the use of herbs that mimic the actions of testosterone.

The Cenegenics ELITE Performance Natural Testosterone Formula is an all-natural formulation designed to promote both optimal production and the optimal function of testosterone by providing support for each of the twelve specific actions involved in testosterone hormone production and function. The ELITE Performance Natural Testosterone Formula is a synergistic combination of phytoandrogens, androgenic adaptogens and other herbs designed to help promote optimal testosterone function. These quality ingredients include Mucuna Pruriens Extract, Maca root, Tribulus terrestris Extract, Longjack 100:1 Extract, Cordyceps sinensis, Muira Puama, Horny Goat Weed Extract, Damiana leaf, Panax ginseng root, Siberian Ginseng Extract.

The primary functions of the Natural Testosterone Formula are to support the production of testosterone in both men and women, and to support how tissues throughout the body respond to testosterone. This is accomplished by supporting the function of testosterone producing glands in both genders, and by supporting the function of testosterone tissues through the use of herbs that mimic the actions of testosterone.

Suggested Usage:

  • As a dietary supplement, adults may take 2 capsules each day with food for 1 to 2 weeks or as directed by your healthcare professional.
  • The dose may then be increased to 4 capsules each day with food for 2 to 4 months or as directed by your healthcare professional.
  • After 2 to 4 months, dosage may be lowered back down to 2 capsules each day with food and may continue on that dosage as needed or as directed by your healthcare professional.

The Cenegenics ELITE Performance Natural Testosterone Formula is an all-natural formulation designed to promote both optimal production and the optimal function of testosterone by providing support for each of the twelve specific actions involved in testosterone hormone production and function, which are:

  1. Increased testosterone production
  2. Increased action of HPG axis
  3. Increased testosterone levels
  4. Increased sexual function in men
  5. Increased sexual function in women
  6. Increased nitric oxide
  7. Increased anabolic activity
  8. Decreased excessive cortisol activity
  9. Decreased prolactin levels
  10. Increased gonadotrophic activity (FSH and/or LH)
  11. Increased male reproductive ability
  12. Increased female reproductive ability

Ingredients:

  • Mucuna Pruriens Extract — action on the hypothalamus-pituitary-gonadal axis
  • Maca Root — A potent testosterone mimetic that improves sexual function in both men and women independent of testosterone or estrogen activity
  • Tribulus Terrestris Extract — a plant from Ayurveda where the root and fruits are used for male virility and general vitality, respectively.
  • Longjack 100:1 Extract — A pro-fertility agent and aphrodisiac
  • Cordyceps Sinensis — Can regulate testicular testosterone production
  • Muira Puama — increases both sexual desire and sexual function
  • Horny Goat Weed Extract — Testosterone production through icariin
  • Damiana Leaf — mimic testosterone and act as a sexual stimulant
  • Panax Ginseng Root — Increase testosterone and DHT to improve erection quality
  • Siberian Ginseng Extract — mimetic of testosterone in that it enhanced endurance capacity, elevated cardiovascular function, metabolism altered for sparing glycogen

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Support healthy testosterone production and function with a proprietary blend of herbs in the Natural Testosterone Formula.

  • Promotes optimal vitality, sense of wellbeing and mood
  • Supports healthy sexual function in men and women
  • Enhanced stamina and general strengthening
  • Proprietary blend designed to help promote optimal testosterone function
  • Synergistic combination of phytoandrogens, androgenic adaptogens and herbs
  • Maintains the health of testosterone producing glands
  • Supports the healthy functions of testosterone responsive tissue in both men and women
  • Natural formulation that offers hormone-free support of testosterone function

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Gonadrotrophic Function in Men:

  • In men, LH stimulates the Leydig cells in the testes to produce testosterone.
  • FSH stimulates Sertoli cells in the testes for production of spermatozoa in the seminiferous tubules of the testes.
  • Gonadotrophic hormone levels may be lower in men with chronic illness, as an undesirable affect of aging, in men with hyperprolactinemia, and hypothalamic-pituitary disorders. Low levels have also been noted in obesity and starvation.

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Gonadrotrophic Function in Women:

  • In women, LH stimulates the theta cells in the ovaries to produce androgens and hormonal precursors for estradiol production. An LH surge triggers ovulation.
  • FSH initiates follicular growth specificullary stimulating granulosa cells to convert androgens (coming from thecal cells) to estratdiol by aromatase during the follicular phase of the menstral cycle.
  • Gonadotrophic hormone levels may be lower in women with chronic illness, as an undesirable affect of aging, in women with hyperprolactinemia, and hypothalamic-pituitary disorders. Low levels have also been noted in obesity and starvation.

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General Symptoms of Hypogonadism:

Generalized Physical:

  • Decreased Lean Tissue
  • Decreased Muscle Size
  • Increased Body Fat
  • Weight Gain
  • Joint and Back Pain
  • Skin has Decreased Firmness or Fullness
  • Headaches
  • Anemia

Sleep Symptoms:

  • Insomnia
  • Difficulty Falling to Sleep
  • Difficulty Staying Asleep
  • Night Sweats (in both men and women)

Energy and Strength Symptoms:

  • Tired and Fatigue
  • Feel Weaker
  • Decreased Endurance

Sexual Symptoms of Low Testosterone:

Sexual Symptoms:

  • Decreased Libido
  • Diminished Orgasm
  • Anorgasmia
  • Pubic hair Thinning

Additional Male Symptoms and Risks:

  • Risk for Insulin Resistance
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Risk for Heart Disease
  • Sleep Apnea

Additional Female Symptoms and Risks:

  • Vaginal Atrophy
  • Pain with Intercourse
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Vulvodynia

Neuro-Cognitive Symptoms of Low Testosterone:

Cognitive Symptoms:

  • Decreased Mental Skills
  • Decreased Memory Function
  • Can’t Solve Problems
  • Can’t Focus Attention
  • Can’t Remember Events
  • Easily Confused

Mood and Behavioral Symptoms:

  • Depression
  • Social Isolation
  • Less Motivated
  • Irritability
  • Mood Changes

Low Testosterone Desired Therapeutic Outcomes:

  • Increased testosterone production
  • Increased action of HPG axis
  • Increased testosterone levels
  • Increased sexual function in men
  • Increased sexual function in women
  • Increased nitric oxide
  • Increased anabolic activity
  • Decreased excessive cortisol activity
  • Decreased prolactin levels
  • Increased gonadotrophic activity (FSH and/or LH)
  • Increased male reproductive ability
  • Increased female reproductive ability

How to Make your Own Testosterone:

  • By controlling negative/diminishing factors you can increase production of testosterone.
  • While testosterone is anabolic, and builds muscle, cortisol is catabolic and breaks down muscle. In both male and female athletes lower testosterone with a relatively higher cortisol results in an anabolic/catabolic hormone imbalance adversely affect sports activity, and increase the risk of recurrent muscle injury.
  • Long term stress results in increased production of cortisol and decreased production of testosterone – hormone production shunts towards making cortisol and away from making testosterone.

Adaptogens:

  • A number of herbs that can increase testosterone or have documented anabolic actions also help the body adapt to stress and decrease the stress associated rise in cortisol. These plants are appropriately called “adaptogens”.
  • A number of herbs actually have cortisol antagonist properties, which can counteract the negative consequences of excessive cortisol. By controlling excessive cortisol, it can support a healthy production of testosterone – and allow it to function optimally.

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Ingredients For Phytotherapeutic Testosterone Support

plants 72-01Ptychopetalum olacoides (Muira Puama) — Muira puama is reputed to enhance erectile function and orgasm in aging men suffering the effects of fatigue or age-related complaints. Muira Puama has adaptogen properties (anti-stress, memory enhancement, increased physical and/or sexual performance). Prevents stress induced increase of corticosterone, indicating glucocorticoid antagonist properties, which may contribute to a relative increase in anabolic function. Traditionally used treating various age-related conditions, Muira Puama is prized as a nerve tonic that facilitates memory retrieval and improves cognitive function, due to both both antioxidant properties and acetylcholinesterase inhibitory properties, which preserving acetylcholine levels. The enhanced acetylcholine is another mechanism of improved sexual function. Acetylcholine, as a parasympathetic neurotransmitter, enhances sexual response in both genders by promoting relaxation of penile cavernous smooth muscle or clitoral cavernous smooth muscle to support penile erection or clitoral engorgement.
plants 72-02Epimedium sagittatum (Horny Goat Weed Extract) — Sagittatum promotes testosterone production through the action of icariin, a flavonol that improves the condition of reproductive organs and increased the circulating levels of testosterone in animal studies. Icariin has phosphodiesterase-5 (PDE5) inhibitor action affecting all three PDE5 isoforms. The long history of use for treating erectile dysfunction in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) may be attributed to the PDE5 inhibitor actions. PDE5 inhibitors can potentiate the sexual response in both men and women. The sexual potentiation effect and improved the quality of life was even seen in patients with chronic disease. Researchers have also described icariin as having “testosterone mimetic properties” with therapeutic potential for the management of hypoandrogenism. Epimedium also has glucocorticoid antagonist properties, which may contribute to a relative increase in anabolic function.
plants 72-03Mucuna pruriens (Velvet Bean Extract) — Promotes testosterone production in humans by its action on the hypothalamus-pituitary-gonadal axis, and raises serum levels of both testosterone and LH. Semen quality and sperm concentrations are improved in infertile men. Animal studies confirm that Mucuna causes a significant improvement in sexual behavior, libido and potency, sperm parameters, and testosterone and LH levels, as well as reproductive organs in females. Mucuna also decreases prolactin levels, which is significant because hyperprolactinemia is a major neuroendocrine-related cause of reproductive disturbances in both men and women. Significant increase of sexual behavior through enhanced libido has been attributed to L-dopa, the constituent in Mucuna that suppresses excessive prolactin. Mucuna pruriens also has a normalizing affect on blood sugar, with some researchers concluding that it can be used in diabetes-induced erectile dysfunction.
plants 72-04Tribulus terrestris (Gokhru Fruit Extract) — The concentration of blood testosterone increased statistically within 10 days in athletes consuming Tribulus. Tribulus terrestris increases testosterone, dihydrotestosterone (DHT) and dehydroepiandrosterone sulphate in primates. Chronic administration of Tribulus terrestris produced a significant increase in serum testosterone levels and sexual behavior with no significant effect on the sperm count, and no overt body system dysfunctions were observed in 28-day oral toxicity study in animal studies published January 2012. The ability of Tribulus terrestris to increase the release of nitric oxide from the endothelium and nitrergic nerve endings, may account for its claims as an aphrodisiac in both genders. Tribulus terrestris appears to have a gonadotropin-like activity that can increase the number of corpora lutea, primary and secondary follicles while significantly decreasing the number of ovarian cysts.
plants 72-05Eurycoma longifolia (Tongkat Ali) — Promotes testosterone production with a significant increase of plasma testosterone level noted in animal studies. Human studies showed similar results, with increases in serum testosterone levels. The men in the study also had less symptoms of hypogonadism. One group of researchers proposed that the proandrogenic effects of Eurycoma longifolia have can be used as an alternative treatment to prevent and treat male osteoporosis without causing the side effects associated with testosterone replacement therapy. A number of animal studies validate the usefulness of Eurycoma longifolia for androgen-deficient osteoporosis, with some researchers recommending that Eurycoma longifolia may be used in combination with low-dose testosterone in androgen-deficient osteoporosis. Eurycoma longifolia also has anti-estrogen properties and can reverse the effects of estrogen, which allows testosterone to work more effectively.
plants 72-06Panax ginseng (Pans Ginseng Root Extract) — Male patients treated with Panax ginseng showed an increase in spermatozoa number/ml and progressive oscillating motility, an increase in plasma total and free testosterone, DHT, FSH and LH levels, and a decrease in PRL. However, following acute resistance exercise, Panax does not cause a rise in hormones levels, and does not to promote an anabolic hormonal status when taken immediately following resistance exercise. Panax Ginseng can mimic actions of testosterone associated with the increase in both sexual desire and sexual function. Various human studies demonstrate that Panax ginseng is effective for treating male erectile dysfunction. In addition, Panax ginseng improved sexual arousal in menopausal women and caused significant improvement in the Kupperman index and the Menopause Rating Scale, indicating that Panax ginseng might be used in menopausal women to improve their sexual life. Panax ginseng inhibited testosterone-induced cell proliferation in both animal studies and human prostate cells, indicating that Panax may decrease risks of prostate disorders in men receiving testosterone replacement therapy.
plants 72-07Eleutherococcus senticosus (Eleutherococcus Senticososus Root Extract) — Best described as a functional mimetic of testosterone in that it mimics a significant number of testosterone functions including enhanced endurance capacity, elevated cardiovascular function, metabolism altered for sparing glycogen, as well as improvement of sperm motility. It also has an anti-fatigue action, enhances recovery of stress induced NK activity and inhibits stress induced corticosterone elevation. Like testosterone, it is protective against the glucocorticoids induced osteoporosis. It has significant adaptogen properties, with the ability to increase a nonspecific body resistance to stress, fatigue, and disease. Like testosterone, it can also increase endothelial nitric oxide levels, which can contribute to improved sexual function in both genders.
plants 72-08Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha Root Extract) — Promotes testosterone production, and caused significant increases in serum testosterone and luteinizing hormone in men with a history of infertility. Those men also developed improved sperm count and motility. Collectively, the research indicates that Withania improves gonadal function in both genders. However, Withania suppresses estrogen receptor-alpha function, promotes apoptosis, and inhibits growth of MCF-7, and MDA-MB-231 human breast cancer cells. None-the-less, Withania demonstrates anti-osteoporotic activity. Withania also mimics a significant number of testosterone functions including adaptogenic with increased stress tolerance, increased nitric oxide production, and increased dopaminergic activity, and cardioprotection.
plants 72-09Lenidium meyenii (Maca Root) — Is a potent testosterone mimetic that improves sexual function in both men and women independent of testosterone or estrogen activity. Lepidium also enhances female fertility in mice, spermatogenesis in male mice following spermatogenic damage, and increases both the semen volume and sperm motility in men. As a cruciferous vegetable, Lepidium meyenii may provides benefits associated with consumption of cruciferous vegetables, such as a reduced risk of prostate cancer. Maca reduced prostate size after 14 days in animal studies, and prevented the prostate weight increase induced by testosterone enanthate treatment, suggesting that Maca may decrease risks of prostate disorders in men receiving testosterone replacement therapy.
plants 72-10Turnera diffusa (Damiana Leaf) — Can mimic functions of testosterone and act as a sexual stimulant, enhance engorgement of erectile tissue due to its vasodilatory abilities, and significantly reduce the post-ejaculatory interval. These effects were not associated to an increase in locomotor activity or anxiety-like behaviors, suggesting that the anxiolytic flavone apigenin may participate in its pro-sexual effect. The testosterone mimetic effects are also considered as part of a general adaptogen effect of Turnera diffusa.

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Herbal Ingredient Adaptogenic Androgenic Testosterone Production Anabolic Decrease Excessive Cortisol Dopaminergic – lower PRL Nitric Oxide Enhancer Antioxidant Antiproliferative Nootropic Neuroprotect Testosterone Mimetic Increased Sexual Desire Improve Sexula Function
Ptychopetalum olacoides X X X X X X X X X X X
Epimedium sagittatum X X X X X X X X X
Mucuna pruriens X X X X X X X X X X X
Tribulus terrestris X X X X X X X X X
Eurycoma longifolia X X X X X X X X
Panax ginseng X X X X X X X X X X
Eleutherococcus senticosus X X X X X
Withania somnifera X X X X X X X X X
Lepidium meyenii X X X X X X X X X
Turnera diffus X X X X X

Herbal Functions:

  • Six of the herbs directly increase testosterone production by the gonads
  • Five of the herbs are documented to increase the actions of HPG axis
  • Six of the herbs are documented to increases testosterone levels
  • Three of the herbs decreases prolactin levels (remember, high prolactin suppresses FSH and LH)
  • Five of the herbs increase gonadotrophic levels (FSH and/or LH)
  • Six of the herbs increases male reproductive ability
  • Three of the herbs increases female reproductive ability

Herbal Synergy:

  • Restoring the optimal function of testosterone is achieved by formulating the herbs so that the ultimate benefit is derived from the combination.
  • The herbs are formulated in such a way that they intensify and balance the action of the other herbs.
  • The working together of the anabolic activities of some herbs with the abilities of other herbs to control excessive cortisol. This control of excessive cortisol is important because high cortisol levels interfere with anabolic activity.

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Who can take Natural Testosterone Formula?

  • Non-Cenegenics Patients and Cenegenics Patients
  • Both Men and Women
  • Individuals over the age of 18

Who cannot take Natural Testosterone Formula?

  • Women who are nursing or pregnant
  • Individuals under the age of 18

Can men on testosterone replacement therapy take NTF?

Protect the Prostate:

  • Panax Ginseng decrease risks of prostate disorders in men receiving testosterone replacement therapy.
  • Lepidium meyenii (Maca) prevented the prostate weight increase induced by testosterone enanthate treatment, suggesting that Maca may decrease risks of prostate disorders in men receiving testosterone replacement therapy.

Protect the Bones:

  • Eurycoma longifolia was suggested by researchers to be used with low-dose testosterone to treat male osteoporosis without causing the side effects associated with full-dose testosterone replacement therapy.

Maintain Testes Function:

A common side effect to testosterone and therapy in men is decreased testosterone function and decreased sperm count and decreased function due to the suppression of gonadotrophic) hormones, LH and FSH. The gonadotrophic hormones would normally become elevated if testosterone was low, but become suppressed with testosterone replacement therapy. That is why decreased gonad size and infertility is common in men who use testosterone.

  • Mucuna pruriens improves semen quality and sperm concentrations, sperms in infertile men.
  • Tribulus terrestris has a significant effect on the sperm count due to its gonadotrophic-like activity.
  • Eurycoma longifolia use can result in higher sperm count and improved sperm motility.
  • Withania somnifera has gonadotrophic and spermatogenic activity.
  • Lepidium meyenii increases spermatogenesis in males.

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Dr. C.B. Daniel Cenegenics AZ Elite Health and Age Management
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