Having a healthy diet and workout sessions every week will help your body produce more testosterone that supports your body development as well as your sexual life. Yes, testosterone is the golden key for balancing a healthy life. However, we are naturally skeptical about what we take into our bodies. There are many different kind of herbs out there that might or might support your body to produce testosterone.
Ginger is a plant with leafy stems and yellowish green flowers. The ginger spice comes from the roots of the plant. Ginger is native to warmer parts of Asia, such as China, Japan, and India, but now is grown in parts of South American and Africa. It is also now grown in the Middle East to use as medicine and with food.
- Zingiber officinale treatment increased the activities of testicular antioxidant enzymes and restored sperm motility of cisplatin-treated rats. 
- The results of the present study suggested that Zingiber Officinale have a beneficial effect on male reproductive functions in rats. These data are confirmed by our observation on the increased sperm counts, motility, testosterone, and decrease malonhydialdehyde levels. 
Conclusion: Even though the study shows that ginger effectively increases testosterone in rats, it would not hurt to include more ginger in your food.
Tribulus terrestris is a traditional medicinal plant used for thousands of years in India, Turkey, and China. On the basis of pharmacological effects, Tribulus Terrestris has been used to enhance sports performance and a list of many health problems that may include heart, circulatory, and sexual performance.
It is claimed to be the most popular supplemental herb in increasing testosterone level.
- There was no significant difference between Tribulus terrestris supplemented groups and controls in the serum testosterone (TT1 (mean+/-S.D.: 15.75+/-1.75 nmol/l); TT2 (mean+/-S.D.: 16.32+/-1.57 nmol/l); controls (mean+/-S.D.: 17.74+/-1.09 nmol/l) (p>0.05)), androstenedione (TT1 (mean+/-S.D.: 1.927+/-0.126 ng/ml). 
- Administration of Tribulus Terrestris to intact male rats for 28 days did not change serum testosterone levels as well as did not produce any quantitative change in the fecal excretion of androgenic metabolites. 
Conclusion: Clearly, Tribulus terrestris does not work. It is a “No” from me.
But, Forskolin can be a potential testosteron booster.
Study: The actual change in serum total testosterone concentration was not significantly different among groups, but it increased 33.77% in the forskolin group. 
Conclusion: Due to its effectiveness, I would highly recommend Forskolin.
The use of deer antler is well know in longevity or anti-aging better. Soviet medicine with modern technology successfully extracted from deer velvet extract: Pantocrin.
People claimed that pantocrin help stimulate the production of testosterone balance as well as its metabolites. Pantocrin also proved to be an effective remedy for impotence, as well as to increase libido and sexual performance.
- There were no significant differences in the sexual behavior of the men taking deer velvet compared with the men taking placebo capsules. There were no significant hormone changes from baseline to the end of the study in either group of men. 
- Testosterone (males only) and growth hormone (both genders) were higher 5 min after the simulated race (P < 0.05) but returned to baseline at 60 min. It appears that 10 wk of EVA supplementation does not significantly improve rowing performance nor alter hormonal responses at rest or after acute exercise than training alone.
Conclusion: Well, study shows it has no benefit for testosterone.
Ginseng is a herb that is rare and very difficult to grow, with the scientific name (Panax ginseng).
Ginseng helps blood circulation, erythropoietin (hormone that produces red blood cells), is anti-anemia, lowers your blood pressure, reduces risk of heart disease. Also it helps balance blood pressure, improves mental capacity, improves memory and fights depression…
Study: When the score in the KRG group was compared to the placebo group after the treatment, there was a significant improvement in total score (IIEF-5 score) in questions 3 and 5 for the KRG-treated group (P < 0.001 and P < 0.0001, respectively). 
Conclusion: Yes, it does.
Study: A significant interaction (p<0.05) between groups for DHT was observed for PL (PRE: 1187±482; POST: 1258±493 pg/ml) and FE (PRE: 1263±496; POST: 1144±447 pg/ml) indicating that supplementation resulted in significant decrease in DHT levels. 
Conclusion: As it turns out, Fenugreek decrease our Dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which is a sex steroid and androgen hormone. Thus, I do not recommend it.
Royal jelly is a very valuable nutrient collected from nectar, pollen. It's a kind of fluid that is released by the glands of worker bees. Royal jelly contains many amino acids, protein - it is the nutrient that feeds the queen bee. Thanks to royal jelly, the size of queen bee is 3 times longer and helps it live longer than worker bees 40 times.
Will it help support the T-level?
Study: After three months of treatment , the sperm active motility , testosterone level , Lutelizing hormones level , sluggishly motile sperm and intercourse / week increased significantly in infertile men treated with Royal Jelly. 
Conclusion: Yes, it does help but royal jelly is very expensive.
Will it has any effect on T-level?
Study: The RGC group displayed a significantly greater baseline-to endpoint increase in maximal oxygen uptake (VO(2max)) than placebo group in both absolute (P=0.020) and relative values (P=0.023).  In other words, it could improve the endurance performance by increasing oxygen consumption and protecting against fatigue.
Conclusion: Even though there is direct effect on testosterone level, it help us reduce stress and increase endurance which will help in the increasing of T-level.
Serenoa Repens is a plant in the family Arecaceae. It is derived from the southeastern of the United States. This tree has white flowers and fruit bearing yellow when ripe, but gradually shifted to dark blue. Its fruit contains Saw Palmetto, which is used to help treat prostate enlargement and reduction of both urination difficulty and urinating too often.
The big question is: How does it help our testosterone level?
Study: In the Lipido-sterol extract of Serenoa reopen (LSESr) treated group, a statistically significant reduction was observed, mainly in the periurethral region of DHT- a sex steroid and androgen hormone (2,363 +/- 553 pg/g tissue, P < 0.001) 
Conclusion: Oops! It does not work.
Mucuna Pruriens is a species of plant in the pea family that can be found in India, Africa and the Caribbean. Mucuna Pruriens’ beans have L-Dopa (L-3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine) which will become dopamine in the brain. In the brain, dopamine is rare but very important. It is the neurotransmitter of approximately 0.3% of the neurons in the brain. It plays a key role for our experiences of pleasure and pain or desires and pleasures.
Will Mucuna Pruriens increase testosterone levels?
- L-DOPA showed efficient recovery of endocrine axis, spermatogenesis and other biochemical parameters in comparison to the auto-recovery group. 
- M. pruriens seed powder not only reactivates the enzymatic activity of metabolic pathways and energy metabolism but also rejuvenates the harmonic balance of male reproductive hormones in infertile men. 
Conclusion: Yup! Highly recommending!
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