Low Testosterone Remedies: Cure ED and More

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Low Testosterone Remedies
Posted by Mark (Mint Hill, Nc, Usa) on 07/24/2013

Need a natural booster or remedies for low testosterone.

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Posted by Chasse (Calabasas, Ca) on 07/12/2012

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Posted by Curious (Dallas, Tx) on 06/21/2012

Hey Luis from Cali, I researched the supplements you recommended for low testosterone. All of them have been proven that they do not raise testosterone hormones in the body. Only the sex drive. Not sure what the difference is lol. Have you taken these supplements and had a blood test? More info would be appreciated. Thx

ACV and Cayenne
Posted by Scorpioempress (Ridgecrest, Ca, Usa) on 10/10/2011

I too use lugols. I use 2 drops a day. I was diagnosed with low thyroid, but I do not need the thyroid meds while one iodine supplementation. (?! ?!) I'd rather take a nutrient than a medicine.


Posted by Patrice (Sudbury, Ontario) on 10/10/2011
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I must agree with Ted. Iodine is a basic supplement that the body needs (Edgar Cayce said also). In my case, I had many symptoms (fatigue, runny nose, intestine mal absorption, brain fog sometimes, low libido, greying of hair and hair loss) medical testing of low testosterones. Since finding the right amount of iodine to take (50mg Lugol 2.2%) I have seen much a difference in absorption, energy level, and alertness. I recommend iodine.

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Posted by John (Los Angeles, California) on 11/30/2010

The supplement Acetyl-L-Carnitine appears to help with low testosterone issues.

From WebMd:

"Treating symptoms of age-related testosterone deficiency ("male menopause"). Taking acetyl-L-carnitine by mouth along with propionyl-L-carnitine seems to help symptoms related to declining male hormone levels. This combination taken for 6 months seems to improve sexual dysfunction, depression, and fatigue in much the same way the male hormone testosterone does."

Source: http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-834-ACETYL-L-CARNITINE.aspx?activeIngredientId=834&activeIngredientName=ACETYL-L-CARNITINE

Thyroid Medication
Posted by Brian (Fort Worth, TX) on 05/29/2009
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low testosterone -- low thyroid will lower your testosterone big time! mine dropped to 204, should be around 600. i started on armour thyroid and my testosterone went up to 285 within a couple of months

Posted by Luis (Cali, Colombia) on 05/20/2009

Guys, if you want to increase the testosterone level take Chrysin (better with Bioperine), Muira Puama, Maca and Tribulus Terrestris. Desirable 7 Keto.

Check your blood free testosterone if you are over 50 years old. A level below minimum normal rank, o near, is dangerous for your heart health

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Posted by Juan-Diego Garcia (Albuquerque, New Mexico) on 05/13/2009

I would like Ted's input on the issue of increasingly low testosterone levels affecting so many people. What part does excess estrogen intake (soy, pesticides, etc) play in this phenomenon? How do we counteract it?

EC: Great questions, thank you. Your post has been emailed to Ted for response.

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Posted by Ralph (RGV, Texas) on 04/26/2009

In regards to the subject of low testosterone, things that I've found in reading other sites are as follows:

Possible Causes:

1. Too high an intake of estrogen-promoting foods (fenugreek, soy, soyproducts)
2. Plastic- bottled drink consumption (there were some news reports that during transport, certain types of plastic bottles were exposed to higher-than-room temprature, causing a molecular break-down of the plastic chemiclas that the human body would absorb and treat like the estrogens in 'the pill')
3. Like mentioned earlier, essential mineral deficiencies (zinc, calcium, magnesium, potassium
4. Vitamine deficiencies (vitamins a,c,e,d, b3 or niacin)
5. An inability to digest certain protiens causing amino acid deficiencies (amino acids are the building blocks for hormones. In testosterone's case, most notable are L-arginine, and L-carnitine.)
6. Other undiagnosed medical problems such as ednocrinological disorders (affect hormone production), diabetes, fibromialgia, auto-immune disorders, ect.

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Posted by Sierra (London, UK) on 01/24/2009

Melinda, does your boyfriend exercise? If not, or doesn't do much of it, this might be part of the problem. On the other hand if he cycles a lot (either stationary or other), that might also effect his testosterone levels. Studies have shown cycling can adversely effects sperm count, so maybe too testosterone levels (anyone know?) Also to be considered - if he keeps a laptop on his lap for many hours a day. Many factors could play into it. Please let us know what you find out!

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Posted by Melinda (Tucson, Arizona) on 01/24/2009

Low testosterone-Hello Joyce, thank you for your response. Actually he cut down on his drinking when he met me :), he only drinks maybe once a week now. He did try zinc and magnesium a few weeks before they did the blood tests and found his low testosterone, because we read somewhere that it and magnesium might help. Have not looked to see if he has white spots on his nails, will do that. He has noticed a slight improvement from the testosterone medication Testim that his Dr. prescribed, but has also been on it only two weeks.

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Posted by Joyce (Joelton, Tn) on 01/10/2009 509 posts

Hello Melinda,

First off a couple of questions. Does your boyfriend drink? Does he have white spots on his fingernails? People who drink much are usually low on zinc, thanks to the alcohol. White spots on the fingernails can be an indication of a zinc deficiency. He might try 25 to 50 mgm. zinc supplement daily to see if it helps increase his libido.

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Posted by Melinda (Tucson, Arizona) on 01/09/2009

Firstly I want to say I love the site! My boyfriend was recently diagnosed with very low testosterone, and has been prescribed Testim, however I came here to see what natural alternatives he might be able to try, but cannot find anything on the subject. Please consider adding low testosterone to your list of ailments. My boyfriends Dr. was doing blood tests, but a testosterone test would have more than likely been skipped had I not mentioned he has zero sex drive, and is tired alot.

Thank you, Melinda