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Grow your own testosterone!

The secret ingredient for red-hot sex

Plenty of men are still having volcanic sex well into their senior years — even in their 70s, 80s and 90s.

And if you’re not one of them, I can practically hear you right now: “What do they have that I don’t?”

I’ll tell you what it is…  more testosterone.

A study I told you about last week found that older men who were still doing it had higher levels of manly hormones than those who weren’t.

And no matter how old you are, it’s never too late to jump-start your sex life. You just need a little help.

I call it the “T-minus” condition. As you age your testosterone levels naturally decline year after year, which could lead to a flagging sex life.  It’s nothing to be ashamed of — nearly every man over 40 has it.

And I’ve got the scoop on one secret ingredient that’s showing promise in  helping to turn your minus back into a plus. It’ll get your manly essence flowing again, and force your spouse to wonder what’s gotten into you? .

But you won’t find this secret in your run of the mill penis pill. It’s a compound locked inside the tiny seeds of a Middle Eastern herb called fenugreek, aka the “ram’s horn clover.”

Has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it?

You can actually find the seed — and supplements made from it — in just about any vitamin shop, but let me warn you: You’d be wasting your time.

That’s because the real secret of the ram’s horn isn’t the seed itself, but a compound hidden within. It’s called saponin glycosides, and scientists have managed to isolate it in a powerful extract.

It’s called Testofen®, and the clinical trials on this are very encouraging.

My jaw hit the floor when I read the results of a manufacturer’s study on men who took Testofen (along with performing a strength training regime).  In this eight-week study the men who took testofen had a 96-percent increase in free testosterone levels, doubling those who took the placebo.

In another, men who took Testofen along with zinc, vitamin B6 and magnesium for six weeks enjoyed a major revival in the bedroom — they added 13 points to their scores on a questionnaire that measures sexual performance and satisfaction.

The sad sacks on the placebo, meanwhile, actually saw their scores fall.

I’m not done: A study on rats found that this stuff also raised their testosterone levels!

My team was so impressed   with Testofen that we’ve developed a supplement that includes it called Ultimate Vigor!  I was  so excited I asked to try the first batch myself.

After all, who could resist the call of the “ram’s horn” — and why would you want to, anyway!

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