Longjack Boosts Your Testosterone Naturally
Yes, Longjack allows you to enjoy the benefits of a testosterone boost without all the ugly side effects of exogenous testosterone replacement.
Longjack is a rare herb found only in the lush virgin tropical rainforest of Indonesia call Eurycoma Longifolia Jack or Pasak Bumi, you can easily raise your testosterone level to youthful level after consuming Longjack over a period of time.
Longjack raises your body’s levels of free testosterone naturally. A large proportion of the testosterone that circulates in your body is bound by a protein call SHBG (sex hormone binding globulin).
Testosterone that is bound to SHBG is considered ineffective. Only free testosterone exerts the effects that are attributed to the hormone: one androgenic (masculinizing and sexualizing, both physiologically and mentally, and thus enhancing libido) and the other anabolic (building tissue, mainly muscle).
How exactly Longjack increases free testosterone however is not known. One possible explanation is that Longjack’s active ingredients capture and bind SHBG and therefore prevent SHBG from capturing circulating free testosterone.
However, whatever the reason is… there is no doubt that Longjack in sufficient dosage and concentration increases your testosterone level. And the increase in testosterone level no doubts leads to:
* A high sex drive and libido
* Longer, harder and more spontaneous erection
* Improve muscle mass and strength
* A boost in energy and vitality
* Increase bone mineral density
* A sense of well being
* Improve cognitive function.
In Indonesia (where Longjack is known as pasak bumi), young plants are not used for medicinal purposes. Only roots of an age of at least 10 years are considered effective. And because Indonesia is the only country where it is still found in the wild, it also is the only country from where one can obtain old roots. There are simply no plantations where Longjack has been grown for at least ten years, no-where in the world. In Malaysia, the Longjack shrub has now been declared a protected plant, as over-collection in the wild has almost eradicated it from the forests of that country.