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Post cycle therapy and testosterone production naturally… we got you covered.

Anabolic Steriods… powerful, potent and extremely effective! I do not condemn nor condone the use of steroids or testosterone for any reason. I believe people should be free to choose their own path. That said, I would prefer to see them do it safely, effectively and make sure recover is part of their program. Under 18, no way except in very extreme cases.

You hear about steroid use by pro athletes, tons of middle aged men are on hormone replacement therapy (HRT), as well as a great number of women are now understanding what testosterone can do for them, and it all boils down to the same thing… getting more testosterone.

Using testosterone and its derivatives as a performance enhancing drug is done very frequently and relatively safely by pro athletes.  Their under the watchful eye of doctors very well versed in the use of steroids and testosterone. Men and women participating in a healthy HRT program under the care of a hormone specialist are going to be doing it right. Then the others, the ones who go it alone and use these substance without blood work, help from a doctor and sometimes acquiring less than safe product from shady people…  Not a good idea in my book. So if you did try to be a lone wolf and ended up shutting down your endocrine system I would suggest seeing a urologist or going straight to the top of the food chain and seeing an endocrinologist.  If you would like to solve the issue “over the counter” or just would like a safe and effective boost to testosterone that your body is naturally producing please check out our Healthy Test formula.

Healthy Test formula will help healthy individuals boost their testosterone and that will lead to all the benefits of a healthy testosterone level. Healthy Test will also work as what they call POST CYCLE THERAPY. After a cycle of steroids, usually about 8 to 12 weeks, it is imperative to use a product to restart your own production of testosterone. The longer the cycle, the harder the recover. The hypothalamic pituitary testicluar axis (HPT) is part of your brain and a series of  glands lumped together to form a system. The HPG axis plays a critical part in the development and regulation of a number of the body’s systems, such as the reproductive and immune systems. Fluctuations in this axis cause changes in the hormones produced by each gland and have various local and systemic effects on the body. Steroids and testosterone can cause a tsunami of fluctuations in the axis. Wikipedia does a great job of explaining more about HPG axis, follow the link below if you want to get in the weeds over this…

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypothalamic%E2%80%93pituitary%E2%80%93gonadal_axis

I personally helped many people of different ages and athletes of different levels naturally boost their testosterone with great effect and no side effects.  My help has extended to many people who are suffering the negative side effects for steroid use that didn’t go as expected. It isn’t fun and can be quite scary, but it is almost always an easy fix. It will take time and the more intervention, the less time.  Legit’s Healthy Test is a great product to use for post cycle therapy. It is also great for someone who has never done steroids and wants a test boost. It will enhance your body’s ability to produce a maximum amount of testosterone in a healthy, natural way.

My suggestion is to try our product Healthy Test and see what it can do for you. If you need help because of past anabolic use, seeing an endocrinologist or urologist is appropriate and a great place to start. There is no shame in getting help for this issue. All good doctors will help and will keep the lecture short and sweet. I am not a doctor, but I do work with doctors Monday through Friday, 52 weeks a year. Hit me up with a comment/question and if I can’t answer it I will ask someone who can.

Take care, Stay Healthy & Stay Legit… If you decide to dabble in hormones, please do it responsibly.

 

Strictly opinion and not medical advice. Consult your doctor, pharmacist and/or nutritionist before starting/stopping any supplement or exercise program.

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