Testofen Improves Male Libido

February 15, 2011

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Testofen Improves Male Libido

BRISBANE, AustraliaTestofen, a standardized Trigonella foenum-graecum (Fenugreek) extract and mineral formulation from Gencor, demonstrated a significant positive effect on physiological aspects of male libido and may assist to maintain normal healthy testosterone levels, according to a new study published in Phytotherapy Research (2011; DOI: 10.1002/ptr.3360).

Researchers Elizabeth Steels and Amanda Rao from Applied Science and Nutrition Pty Ltd and Luis Vitetta from The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, recruited 60 healthy males aged between 25 and 52, without erectile dysfunction (ED) and randomized them to an oral dose (two tablets per day) of either 600 mg/d Testofen or a placebo for six weeks. The primary outcome measure was the DIS-SR (male) self-administered  QOL total score and the four domain scores. The secondary outcome was specific quality of life parameters.

Testofen demonstrated an overall positive effect on physiological aspects of libido. In particular, there was a significant increase in sexual arousal and orgasm. Testofen had a positive effect on QOL in self-reported satisfaction with muscle strength, energy and well-being, but did not have an effect on mood or sleep. Serum prolactin and testosterone levels remained within the reference range.

Gencor will offer a presentation on Testofen at SupplyExpo 2011 on March 11th, from 4 to 5 p.m. in Hall A, booth #366.

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