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Bestsellers Bundle - Tongkat Ali, Fadogia, Turkesterone & Cistanche (Discounted Price)

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1. Amount

How many capsules in a 1 month supply?

a one month supply of each supplement contains

  • Turkesterone x30 500mg capsules (1 capsule per day)
  • Tongkat Ali x 60 250mg (2 capsules per day)
  • Cistanche x 60 200mg (2 capsules per day)
  • Fadogia x 30 400mg (1 capsule per day)
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ABOUT EACH Supplement

Tongkat Ali

Tongkat Ali is a 100% natural plant extract.

Numerous human studies have observed safe doses of Tongkat Ali up to 600mg per day without the physical and psychological side effects of steroids.

Using modern science and technology, we’ve created a highly potent Tongkat Ali supplement with over 2% eurycomanone. Many studies have shown that eurycomanone is the main component of Tongkat Ali responsible for increasing testosterone.

Most of our competitors do not test or standardise the eurycomanone content. They often mention that their Tongkat Ali is 200:1, meaning that 200kg of Tongkat Ali was used to make 1kg of Tongkat Ali extract. However, this is not an indicator of quality as they could have simply used parts of the Tongkat Ali plant that do not contain beneficial compounds such as eurycomanone. The eurycomanone content is a far superior indicator of quality.

Our Tongkat Ali is third-party tested to demonstrate the high eurycomanone content. We test each batch for heavy metals and microbiological contaminants to make sure it is safe. Studies have previously shown that many manufacturers haphazardly sell heavily contaminated Tongkat Ali products.

Fadogia agrestis

Fadogia agrestis is a shrub found in Africa, notably in Nigeria. The stems are used to make supplements. It has traditionally been used as an aphrodisiac and a testosterone booster.

Researchers have observed increased testosterone, delayed ejaculation and improved erectile function in rodents administered with Fadogia.

Turkesterone

Turkesterone is a compound found in a plant called Ajuga turkestanica. More specifically, turkesterone is a phytoecdysteroid: a plant compound with a chemical structure similar to steroid hormones produced by arthropods.

Human and animal studies have not observed any side effects of ecdysteroids. This is likely because ecdysteroids bind to estrogen receptor beta (ERβ), which is associated with muscle hypertrophy, whilst anabolic steroids imitate the effects of testosterone by binding to androgen receptors.

Cistanche

Cistanche, also known as Cistanche in your pants is a powerful male tonic, this herb completely outperforms any other Ginseng in terms of its masculine power.

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    DOSAGE

    Take two 250mg capsules of Tongkat Ali, one 500mg capsule of Turkesterone and one 400mg capsule of Fadogia daily, ideally in the morning. Take two 200mg capsules of Cistanche daily, ideally in the morning.

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    2-3 month cycle

    Take a two week break every 2-3 months for optimum results. This helps to make sure that the supplements work as effectively as possible in the body.

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    With or Without Food

    It's usually best to take Tongkat Ali with food in the morning. Some individuals feel nauseous when taking Tongkat Ali on an empty stomach due to quick absorption or gastrointestinal irritation.

    Turkesterone, Fadogia and Cistanche can be taken with food or on an empty stomach. However, the impact of food on supplement absorption is often unpredictable as different compounds within food can interact with the supplement in different ways. On the other hand, taking them with food will slow absorption, which can be beneficial if you want the effects to kick in slower or if you experience nausea when taking the supplement on an empty stomach.

Scientific Studies

We have a database with tens of thousands of studies on the products we sell. Here we have summarised some of the most interesting studies related to tongkat ali, turkesterone, fadogia and cistanche.

Study 1

Study type: 

Clinical trial (double-blind, placebo-controlled)

Dose:

600 mg/day of Tongkat Ali with 1.45% eurycomanone

Participants:

32 men aged from 20 to 30  

Duration:

2 weeks

Results:

The researchers observed steroidogenic effects after Tongkat Ali supplementation. No adverse side effects were observed. 

600mg/day was correlated with significant increases in testosterone (15%), free testosterone (34%) and estrogen (30%) levels. The testosterone level was raised slightly above the normal human range. The authors concluded that 600mg/day of Tongkat Ali could have a positive impact on sports performance.

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1111/and.14001

STUDY 7

Study type: 

Randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

Dose:

200mg, 400mg and 600mg of Tongkat Ali per day

Participants:

20 healthy males aged from 38 to 58  

Duration:

2 months

Results:

Testosterone levels increased after 3 weeks of Tongkat Ali supplementation. The high dose of 600mg/d did not adversely affect liver function, renal function, blood profiles, electrolytes, cancer markers and the immune system.

Link:

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/295384337_Standardized_watersoluble_extract_of_eurycoma_longifolia_LJ100_on_men's_health 

Study 2

Study type: 

Randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

Dose:

50mg of Tongkat Ali per day

Additional interventions:

Multivitamin mix

Participants:

95 men and women aged from 25 to 65

Duration:

24 weeks

Results:

Tongkat Ali supplementation was associated with significant increases in free testosterone. Males experienced a 682% average increase in free testosterone. Females experienced a 700% average increase in free testosterone.

Year:

2018

Link:

https://doi.org/10.29219/fnr.v62.1374  

Study 3

Study type: 

Randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

Dose:

100mg or 200mg of Tongkat Ali per day

Participants:

106 males aged from 50 to 70 with low testosterone

Duration:

12 weeks

Results:

Tongkat ali supplementation was associated with significant increases in total testosterone. A dose of 200mg per day was associated with a 12.2% increase in total testosterone and a 16.9% increase in free testosterone. 

Year:

2021

Link:

https://doi.org/10.29219/fnr.v65.5647 

Study 4

Study type: 

Randomised double-blind placebo-controlled trial

Dose:

200mg of Tongkat Ali per day 

Additional interventions:

3 hour-long training sessions per week

Participants:

45 middle-aged, androgen-deficient males

Duration:

6 months (the longest trial of tongkat ali supplementation to date)

Results:

Tongkat Ali supplementation was associated with increases in total testosterone levels and improvements in erectile function.

Year:

2020

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.maturitas.2020.12.002 

Study 5

Study type: 

Randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

Dose:

200mg of Tongkat Ali per day

Participants:

26 men aged from 45 to 60 with mild erectile dysfunction

Duration:

12 weeks

Results:

Tongkat Ali supplementation was associated with a 36% increase in total testosterone. No adverse effects were observed; liver and kidney values showed no significant changes from baseline.

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1155/2014/179529

Study 6

Study type: 

Randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

Dose:

200mg of Tongkat Ali per day

Participants:

32 men and 31 women experiencing moderate stress

Duration:

4 weeks

Results:

Tongkat Ali supplementation was associated with a 37% increase in testosterone and an improved cortisol:testosterone ratio.

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1186/1550-2783-10-28

Study 8

Study type: 

Systematic review and meta-analysis

Studies:

9 studies in the systematic review and 5 studies in the meta-analysis

Results:

The systematic review revealed that most studies reported a significant improvement in total testosterone levels after Tongkat Ali supplementation. The meta-analysis suggested that Tongkat Ali could improve testosterone production.

Link:

https://doi.org/10.3390/medicina58081047

Study 9

Study type: 

Uncontrolled trial

Dose:

200mg of Tongkat Ali per day

Participants:

76 men with hypogonadism

Duration:

4 weeks

Results:

Tongkat Ali supplementation was associated with a 46.6% average increase in serum testosterone concentrations (from 5.66 nM to 8.3 nM). The participants also experienced improvements in erectile function and libido.

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1439-0272.2011.01168.x

Study 10

Study type: 

Uncontrolled trial

Dose:

200mg of Tongkat Ali per day

Participants:

13 physically active males and 12 physically active females aged 57 to 72

Duration:

5 weeks

Results:

Tongkat Ali was associated with significant increases in total and free testosterone concentrations and muscular force. Males experienced a 61% increase in free testosterone and a 15.1% increase in total testosterone. Females experienced a 122% increase in free testosterone and a 48.6% increase in total testosterone.

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1002/ptr.5017

Study 11

Study type: 

Animal study (male rats)

Dose:

4 fractions of Tongkat Ali at a dosage of 25 mg/kg body weight

Results:

Tongkat ali (F2) and eurycomanone significantly increased the testosterone level from the Leydig cells. The plasma luteinizing hormone and follicle stimulating hormone were also higher than the control group.

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jep.2012.11.013

Study 12

Study type: 

Cellular study (testicular interstitial cells)

Dose:

100μL solution of Eurycomanone at 0.1, 1.0 and 10μM

Results:

Eurycomanone significantly increased testosterone production dose-dependently at 0.1, 1.0 and 10.0 μM.

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jep.2013.06.023

Study 1

Study type: 

Placebo-controlled clinical trial

Dose:

100mg per day

Additional interventions:

Intense strength training on alternate days

Participants:

14 healthy men

Duration:

5 weeks

Results:

Tongkat Ali supplementation was associated with:

• 4.1% Increase in lean body mass (from 52.26kg to 54.39kg) 

• 2.86% reduction in body fat (from 31.3% to 28.44%)

• 6.8% increase in strength

• 1.8cm increase in mean arm circumference (from 30.87cm to 32.67cm)

Link:

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/341998425_The_Ergogenic_Effect_of_Eurycoma_longifolia_Jack_A_Pilot_Study 

Study 2

Study type: 

Randomised placebo-controlled trial

Dose:

250mg of Tongkat Ali per day

Additional interventions:

High-intensity resistance training; 2500mg of branched-chain amino acids; 1020mg of beta-alanine. 

Participants:

32 young males with at least 1 year of experience in squatting, bench pressing and deadlifting.

Duration:

4 weeks

Results:

Tongkat Ali supplementation was associated with large strength increases in bench pressing (102kg to 108kg), squatting (120kg to 133kg) and deadlifting (158kg to 172kg), corresponding to an overall strength increase of 33kg. The placebo group experienced a much lower overall strength increase (24kg).

Year: 

2015

Link:

https://www.doi.org/10.1519/JSC.0000000000000995     

Study 3

Study type: 

Randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

Dose:

300mg

Participants:

40 men aged 30 to 35

Duration:

12 weeks

Results:

Tongkat Ali supplementation was associated with a strength increase of around 14kg in the back and leg muscles compared to the placebo group.

Year: 

2013

Link:

https://doi.org/10.4172/2161-0673.1000127 

Study 4

Study type: 

Clinical trial (uncontrolled)

Dose:

200mg per day

Participants:

13 physically active males and 12 physically active females aged 57 to 72

Duration:

5 weeks

Results:

Tongkat Ali supplementation was associated with a strength increase of 16.6% in men and 13.7% in women after 5 weeks. These increases in muscle strength indirectly reflected an increase in muscle mass.
* Strength was measured with a hand dynamometer. 

Year:

2013

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1002/ptr.5017  

Study 1

Study type: 

Randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

Dose:

300mg of Tongkat Ali per day

Participants:

109 healthy men aged from 30 to 55

Duration:

12 weeks

Results:

Tongkat Ali was associated with significant improvements in erectile function, sexual libido and overall sexual satisfaction scores. Tongkat Ali was also associated with higher sperm motility and semen volume. The study also indicated that healthy, younger males may require doses higher than 300mg per day to increase testosterone levels. 

Year: 

2012

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1155/2012/429268  

Study 2

Study type: 

Randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

Dose:

200mg per day

Participants:

26 men aged from 45 to 60 with mild erectile dysfunction 

Duration:

12 weeks

Results:

Tongkat Ali supplementation was associated with significant improvements in the frequency of sexual performance, sexual satisfaction, penile erection and hardness, and overall sexual wellbeing. Participants also experienced an average increase in total testosterone by 36%. No adverse effects were observed; liver and kidney values showed no significant changes from baseline.

Year: 

2014

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1155/2014/179529 

Study 3

Study type: 

Clinical trial (uncontrolled)

Dose:

200mg per day

Participants:

75 males (aged 33 on average) with idiopathic infertility

Duration:

3 months

Results:

Tongkat Ali supplementation was associated with significantly improved sperm quality (higher semen concentration, sperm motility and sperm concentration) and 11 spontaneous pregnancies. 

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1038/aja.2010.7  

Study 1

Study type: 

Randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

Dose:

50mg of Tongkat Ali per day

Additional interventions:

Multivitamin mix

Participants:

95 men and women aged from 25 to 65

Duration:

24 weeks

Results:

Tongkat Ali supplementation was associated with significant improvements in reported stress levels, quality-of-life, mood, vigour, emotional well-being and cognition.

Year:

2018

Link:

https://doi.org/10.29219/fnr.v62.1374  

Study 2

Study type: 

Randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

Dose:

200mg per day

Participants:

32 men and 31 women experiencing moderate stress

Duration:

4 weeks

Results:

Tongkat Ali supplementation was associated with significant improvements in tension (-11%), confusion (-15%) and anger (-21%). Tongkat Ali was also associated with a reduction in cortisol (−16%) and increased testosterone (+37%). Note that cortisol levels generally increase in response to stress.

Year: 

2022

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1186/1550-2783-10-28 

Study 1: Turkesterone outperforms anabolic steroids

Study type: 

Rodent study (male rats)

Purpose

To compare the anabolic activity of phytoecdysteroids and steranabols (anabolic steroids). Specifically, turkesterone and ecdysterone were compared with methyandrostenediol (Anabol) and nerobol (Dianabol). The effect of phytoecdysteroids upon protein-anabolic processes were judged by changes in body weight and the weight of internal organs and skeletal muscles. 

Dose:

5 mg/kg/day of phytoecdysteroids for 10 days or 10 mg/kg/day of Dianabol/Anabol for 10 days.

Results:

The results showed that the anabolic activity of turkesterone outperformed anabolic steroids. 

As visible in the table pictured, puberal and intact impuberal rodents experienced greater weight gain from turkesterone than from nerabol (Dianabol) and methylandrostenediol (Anabol).

These results are remarkable for several reasons:

1. Dianabol and Anabol are potent anabolic steroids that bodybuilders have used for decades.

2. Anabol and Dianabol generally lead to artificial weight gain due to water retention, unlike turkesterone and ecdysterone. 

3. Turkesterone and ecdysterone stimulated protein synthesis without adverse effects on the endocrine system.

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02524596

Study 2

Study type: 

Non-randomised placebo-controlled clinical trial

Purpose:

To measure the effects of ecdysteroids (ecdysterone) on sports performance and body composition.

Interventions:

Ecdysterone supplement and 3 sessions of resistance training per week

Participants:

46 young men with at least 1 year of experience in weight-lifting (bench press, deadlift and squat)

Duration:

10 weeks

Results:

Compared to the placebo group, ecdysterone was correlated with significantly larger increases in muscle mass. The placebo group actually lost muscle mass.

Ecdysterone supplementation was also correlated with a significant increase in bench press and squat performance compared to the placebo group.

Importantly, biomarkers for liver or kidney toxicity did not increase after ecdysterone supplementation.

Year:

2019

Study sponsor:

WADA

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1007/s00204-019-02490-x   

Study 3

Study type: 

Animal & cellular study

Purpose

To elucidate the anabolic potency of ecdysterone (an ecdysteroid similar to turkesterone) in comparison to other known anabolic agents and to support the hypothesis of ERβ mediated action by in-silico modelling.

Dose:

5 mg/kg/day of phytoecdysteroids for 10 days or 10 mg/kg/day of methylandrostenediol (Anabol) or nerobol (Dianabol) for 10 days.

Results:

In the rodent study, ecdysterone exhibited a strong hypertrophic effect on the fibre size of the soleus muscle that was found to be even stronger than dianabol (metandienone), trenbolox (estradienedione), and SARMS1, all administered with the same dose (5 mg/kg for 21 days). 

In the cellular study, ecdysterone (1 µM) induced a significant increase of the diameter of myotubes (a cell found in muscle fibres) comparable to dihydrotestosterone (1 µM) and IGF1 (Insulin-Like Growth Factor, 1.3 nM). 

Conclusion:

The anabolic potency of ecdysterone was comparable or even higher than the anabolic androgenic steroids, SARMs or IGF-1. 

Year

2015

Link:

https://doi.org/10.5604/20831862.1144420 

Study 4

Study type: 

Cellular study

Purpose

To study the mechanism of action of phytoecdysteroids in mammalian tissue.

Results:

In human primary myotubes (cells found in muscle fibres), phytoecdysteroids increased protein synthesis by up to 20%.

Year

2008

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1021/jf073059z 

Study 5

Study type: 

Cellular study

Purpose

To evaluate whether phytoecdysteroids increase protein synthesis.

Results:

20-hydroxyecdysone (ecdysterone), a common phytoecdysteroid in both insects and plants, increased protein synthesis in myotubes (cells found in muscle fibres) by up to 16%.

Year

2010

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.steroids.2010.03.008 

Study 1 (Testosterone & Libido)

Study type: 

Animal study (rats)

Study length:

5 days

Results:

The various doses of Fadogia agrestis (18 mg/kg, 50 mg/kg and 100 mg/kg) produced two-, three- and six-fold increases in blood testosterone compared with the control.

All doses of Fadogia agrestis significantly prolonged the ejaculatory latency and improved markers of libido. It increased mount and intromission frequency (higher intercourse frequency) and reduced mount and intromission latency (reduced time before intercourse).

Conclusion:

All doses of Fadogia agrestis increased testosterone levels, delayed ejaculation, increased intercourse frequency and improved markers of libido. 100 mg/kg of Fadogia agrestis increased blood testosterone levels by 600%. 

Year

2005

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1745-7262.2005.00052.x 

Study 2 (Erectile Dysfunction)

Study type: 

Animal study (rats)

Results:

Fadogia agrestis restored the NO/cGMP pathway (a mediator of erections) and key enzymes in the penile and testicular tissues of male rats. 

Conclusion:

Fadogia agrestis may help improve erectile dysfunction, although clinical trials are needed.

Year

2023

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1007/s43032-022-01050-6 

Study 1

Study type: 

Animal study (rats)

Purpose:

To determine the effects of Cistanche tubulosa extract on hormone levels and testicular steroidogenic enzymes in rats.

Results:

Cistanche tubulosa increased blood levels of testosterone and progesterone. It also increased sperm count 2.3 to 2.7-fold, increased sperm motility 1.3 to 1.4-fold, decreased abnormal sperm 0.76 to 0.6-fold, and increased the expression (activation) of the steroidogenic enzymes CYP11A1, CYP17A1, and CYP3A4. Steroidogenic enzymes are enzymes that are involved in steroid biosynthesis.

Conclusion:

Cistanche tubulosa extract decreased abnormal sperm and increased testosterone, progesterone, sperm count, sperm motility and the activation of enyzmes that are involved in the synthesis of steroid hormones. 

Year

2016

Link:

https://doi.org/10.3109/13880209.2015.1050114 

Study 2

Study type: 

Cellular and animal study (diabetic rats)

Purpose:

To investigate the anti-inflammatory and protective effects of echinacoside in Cistanche tubulosa extracts on the reproductive system of male diabetic rats (echinacoside is an active component of Cistanche tubulosa).

Results:

Rats treated with various concentrations of echinacoside in Cistanche tubulosa extracts exhibited higher levels of testosterone than the non-treated diabetic rats. Similarly, the results of the cellular study indicated that eichinacoside restored the testosterone synthesis pathway. 

Echinacoside also improved blood sugar levels, insulin resistance (the responsiveness of cells to insulin), leptin resistance (the body’s responsiveness to leptin, a hormone that signals the brain to stop eating when enough body fat has been stored), and lipid peroxidation (a process that causes oxidative deterioration of lipids, the fundamental building block of cells).

Summary:

Cistanche tubulosa and echinacosides increased testosterone and displayed anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits.

Year

2018

Link:

https://doi.org/10.3390/nu10101562

Study 3

Study type: 

Animal study (rats)

Purpose:

To investigate the proactive effects of Cistanche tubulosa and echinacoside (an active ingredient of Cistanche) against testicular and sperm toxicity.

Results:

Cistanche tubulosa and echinacoside normalised blood testosterone and reversed abnormalities in sperm characteristics and testicular structure. Cistanche and echinacoside also increased steroidogenic enzymes (enzymes involved in the production of steroid hormones), indicating that testosterone production was improved.

The results are especially interesting as the testicular toxicity was induced in the rats via a toxic chemical called bisphenol A (BPA) which has been used to make many plastics such as food containers since the 1950s. BPA is known to be an endocrine-disruptor, meaning that it interferes with the body’s hormones. Studies have indicated that BPA has estrogen-like activity and exhibits inhibitory effects on testosterone synthesis and developmental toxicity in the reproductive organs. Daily BPA exposure is unavoidable for most people. 

This study indicated that Cistanche may help to protect against the potential effects of daily BPA exposure.

Conclusion:

Cistanche tubulosa and echinacoside improved testicular and sperm damage in rats.

Year

2016

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jep.2016.07.033 

Study 4

Study type: 

Animal study (rats)

Purpose:

To investigate the protective effects of echinacoside (echinacoside is an active component of Cistanche tubulosa) against infertility in rats.

Results:

Echinacoside increased sperm quantity and protected against oligoasthenospermia (low sperm count and sperm motility, a primary cause of male infertility). Echinacoside blocked androgen-receptor activity (the binding sites of testosterone) in the hypothalamus, thereby increasing testosterone. 

Conclusion:

Echinacoside increased sperm quantity and protected against low sperm count and low sperm motility. It also increased levels of testosterone and luteinizing hormone.

Year

2018

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-22211-1 

Study 5 (Growth hormone)

Study type: 

Animal study (rats)

Results:

Eichanoside from Cistanche tubulosa stimulated growth hormone secretion via activation of the ghrelin receptor. Note that the ghrelin receptor is the target of performance enhancing drugs and SARMS (drugs similar to anabolic steroids).

Conclusion:

Eichanoside from Cistanche tubulosa stimulated the secretion of growth hormone.

Year

2016

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-22211-1 

Study 1

Study type: 

Animal study (rats)

Purpose:

To examine the effects of Cistanche deserticola extract on penis erectile response.

Results:

The findings indicated that Cistanche deserticola ​​shortened erectile latency and prolonged erectile duration to minimise the negative effects of castration. 

The results also indicate that Cistanche deserticola regulated the blood concentration of luteinizing hormone to normal levels. In men, luteinizing hormone stimulates Leydig cells in the testes to produce testosterone. This acts to support sperm production.

Conclusion:

In castrated rats, the results indicated that Cistanche deserticola decreased the time taken to get an erection and increased the duration of erections.

Year

2016

Link:

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27087079/ 

Study 1

Study type: 

Randomised, double-blinded, placebo-controlled clinical trial

Purpose: 

To investigate the efficacy of Cistanche tubulosa and Laminaria japonica in preventing hair loss and promoting scalp health.

Number of participants:

94

Duration:

16 weeks

Results:

Researchers observed a statistically significant increase in the hair density of the test group after 16 weeks of Cistanche tubulosa and Laminaria japonica. Researchers also observed a statistically significant increase in hair diameter in the test group compared to control group at week 16. The test group also experienced greater improvements in dandruff compared to the control.

Conclusion:

Cistanche tubulosa extract was associated with improvements in patterned hair loss, dandruff and inflammation of the scalp.

Year

2015

Link:

https://doi.org/10.7762/cnr.2015.4.2.124 

Study 1 (Depression)

Study type: 

Animal study (mice)

Purpose:

To examine the antidepressant effects of Cistanche tubulosa.

Results:

The results showed promising effects as a potential therapy for depression.

The mice treated with Cistanche displayed: 

1. An improved ability of spatial learning and memory.

2. Downregulated monoamine oxidase activity. It is important to note that monoamine oxidase inhibitors are used as antidepressant drugs. Monoamine oxidase is an enzyme that serves to inactivate monoamine neurotransmitters such as dopamine and serotonin.

3. Upregulated dopamine concentration in the brain (dopamine is a chemical involved in feelings of pleasure and motivation).

4. Downregulated blood concentration of corticosterone, indicating that the mice had reduced stress levels (corticosterone is a biomarker of stress levels).

Conclusion:

Cistanche improved markers of depression.

Year

2017

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1155/2017/3925903

Study 2 (Depression)

Study type: 

Animal study (rats)

Purpose:

To examine the impact of Cistanche tubulosa on markers of depression.

Results:

Cistanche tubulosa extract significantly improved depression-like behaviours in rats under chronic unpredictable stress. Cistanche restored  levels of serotonin (serotonin plays a key role in mood stabilisation and sleep). Cistanche also restored BDNF protein expression (loss of BDNF is thought to be involved in depression). 

Year

2018

Link:

https://doi.org/10.3389/fphar.2018.00967 

Study 3 (Depression)

Study type: 

Animal study (rats)

Purpose:

To explore the active components of Cistanche tubulosa against depression

Results:

Molecules called glycosides from the stems of Cistanche tubulosa improved depression-like behaviours in rats.

Year

2021

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.phymed.2021.153471

Study 4 (Alzheimer's disease)

Study type: 

Animal study (Alzheimer’s disease-like rat model)

Propose:

To evaluate the effect of Cistanche in rats with Alzheimer’s disease-like pathology

Results:

More specifically, Cistanche reversed cholinergic and dopaminergic dysfunction in rats. The results are promising as Alzheimer’s disease is associated with cholinergic and dopaminergic dysfunction.

Conclusion:

Cistanche reversed dysfunction associated with Alzheimer’s disease.

Year

2014

Link:

https://doi.org/10.1186/1472-6882-14-202 

Study 5 (Parkinson's disease)

Study type: 

Animal study (rodent model of Parkinson’s disease)

Purpose:

To identify potential therapeutic effects of Cistanche on Parkinson’s disease.

Results:

Cistanche had protective effects on dopaminergic neurons in a rodent model of Parkinson’s disease. This is promising as Parkinson’s disease mainly affects the dopamine-producing (“dopaminergic”) neurons.

Conclusion:

Cistanche treatment resulted in protective effects against Parkinson’s disease.

Year

2016

Link:

https://doi.org/10.3389/fnagi.2016.00295 

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  • What is Tongkat Ali?

    Tongkat Ali is a herbal plant known as Eurycoma Longifolia that grows mainly in Peninsular Malaysia, Borneo, Indonesia, and in small patches in remote regions of Cambodia, Myanmar, and Laos. Tongkat Ali was used by Malaysians and indigenous peoples to treat diseases and as a natural aphrodisiac.

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    Fadogia agrestis is a shrub found in Africa, notably in Nigeria. The stems are used to make supplements.

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    Turkesterone is a compound found in a plant called Ajuga turkestanica. More specifically, turkesterone is a phytoecdysteroid: a plant compound with a chemical structure similar to steroid hormones produced by arthropods.

  • What is Cistanche?

    Cistanche is a type of plant that must grow on another plant in order to survive. It grows in dry conditions around the world. The stem of Cistanche is used for medicinal purposes.

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    Eurycomanone is the main beneficial compound within Tongkat Ali. Ours is standardised to 2% which means it’s an incredibly potent product. Beware of other sellers offering cheaper prices without mentioning the standardisation percentage. They are likely selling a low-quality product that brings no benefit.

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    Most of our competitors do not test or standardise the eurycomanone content. They often mention that their Tongkat Ali is 200:1, meaning that 200kg of Tongkat Ali was used to make 1kg of Tongkat Ali extract. However, this is not an indicator of quality as they could have simply used parts of the Tongkat Ali plant that do not contain beneficial amounts of eurycomanone. The eurycomanone content is a far superior indicator of quality. Our product is standardised to 2% which means it's extremely potent.

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