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Roid Rage - 90 capsules

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Quite a few supplements have been developed under the guise of increasing testosterone levels, none of which have been like Roid Rage. Gods Rage combines three of the most popular supplements on the market today and delivers with Roid Rage, Turkesterone, Ashwgandha and Fadogia Agrestis. All three active ingredients in incredibly high dosages and as usual in the best quality. With this, Gods Rage declares war on other testo boosters and replaces the days when you had to buy all the ingredients individually to benefit from them. Roid Rage by Gods Rage, innovative, potent and incredibly high doses - what are you waiting for?

  • 500 mg Turkesterone
  • 500 mg Fadogia Agrestis
  • 150 mg ashwagandha
  • Combines three of the most popular ingredients
  • Incredibly high dosage!
  • Highest quality - Made in Germany
Nutritional values and ingredients
Average nutritional valuesper 3 capsules% (NRV*)
Vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol)38 mcg750%
Magnesium (as magnesium bisglycinate)50 mg13%
Zinc (as zinc bisglycinate)15 mg150%
Fadogia Agrestis extract 10:1500 mg**
Turkesterone (Ajuga Turkestanica extract)500 mg**
Ashwagandha extract (standardized 5% total withanolides)150 mg**
Boron (as sodium tetraborate)3 mg**

Ingredients: Ajuga Turkestanica extract 10:1, Fadogia Agrestis extract 10:1, magnesium bisglycinate, ashwagandha root extract (Withania somnifera) (5% withanolide), vegetable capsule shell (hydroxypropyl methylcellulose), zinc bisglycinate, sodium tetraborate, cholecalciferol powder.

*Percent of the recommended daily intake according to Regulation (EU) No. 1196/2011.

**No nutrient reference values (NRV) available.

Consumption recommendation
Take 3 (three) capsules daily, unchewed, with sufficient liquid.

Do not exceed the specified recommended daily intake. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. The product should be stored out of reach of small children.

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Content: 90 capsules Item No.: 8255

NOTE: Important information: Currently there are many counterfeit turkesterone on the market. The rush for the raw material is enormous and some manufacturers are resorting to counterfeits that are underdosed or do not contain the active ingredient in the first place. We at Gigas Nutrition and Gods Rage assure you, the customer, that the Turkesterone in Roid Rage is 100% what it says on the label.

Testosterone is a hormone that is present in varying concentrations in every body. In general, it is mainly associated with masculinity and male sexuality, which is why it is also considered an androgenic hormone. Since it is responsible for the development of the male sex organs, body hair, and voice, it plays a key role in the male hormone system (1). However, testosterone also plays an important role for women. It contributes to bone health, muscle mass, and energy in both women and men, and influences libido and mood (2). In both sexes, a lack of testosterone can lead to a variety of problems, including muscle wasting, bone weakness, fatigue, and decreased sexual desire (3). For men, low testosterone can also lead to erectile dysfunction and infertility. For this reason, traditional medicine has been looking at agents to influence testosterone levels for centuries. Various of these active ingredients have now been investigated in independent studies, and some have actually been shown to have an effect on hormone levels. Roid Rage by Godsrage takes advantage of this effect and combines potent known active ingredients, with innovative ingredients such as Turkesteron, Ashwagandha and Fadogia Agrestis, in a dosage that has it all. The active ingredient matrix that has been developed in this process will be discussed in more detail below.

Ingredients such as vitamin D3, magnesium and zinc should be familiar to anyone who has studied supplements. Vitamin D is an essential vitamin and differs from almost all other vitamins in that it can hardly be supplied through the diet. The human body can produce vitamin D on its own, but it needs a sufficient amount of sunlight to do so (4). Studies have shown that vitamin D levels in subjects correlated with testosterone levels (5). Vitamin D is also required for the maintenance of optimally functioning muscles and also promoted muscle growth in the context of a study (6).

Magnesium and zinc are minerals that play a crucial role in the human body and have been shown to influence testosterone levels in subjects of independent studies. Magnesium is essential for the body's production of testosterone. A 2011 study was able to show that a significant increase in testosterone levels could be measured in male study participants who consumed magnesium daily (7). Another study conducted in 2016 found that supplementation with magnesium could increase testosterone levels in male subjects with low magnesium levels (8). Zinc also had a major impact on testosterone production in subjects in several studies. A 2009 paper made clear that there was a significant increase in testosterone levels in male subjects taking zinc supplementation (9). A second study from 2014 showed that subjects who had low zinc levels, regular supplementation with zinc was able to increase testosterone levels (10).

Fadogia Agrestis, Turkesteron and Ashwgandha, yes you read correctly. Combining these three ingredients in one product and in such an incredible dosage should make the hearts of many athletes beat faster. All three are herbal ingredients that are also often mentioned in connection with testosterone levels. Fadogia Agrestis is a supplement that is absolutely on the rise right now. This is a bush plant that can be found mainly in Africa (11). Traditionally, it has been used to treat erectile dysfunction due to its aphrodisiac effects (12). According to scientists, the improvement in potency could be triggered by an increase in testosterone levels associated with the ingestion of the herbal agent. Researchers came to this view based on several studies conducted by the Medicinal Plants Research Laboratory (13). In these scientific studies, the effects of Fadogia Agrestis on mammals were investigated. These studies demonstrated a significant increase in testosterone levels (13,14). Turkesterone the supplement that is probably currently in the greatest demand is derived primarily from the Ajuga Turkestanica plant (15). The active ingredient is used to protect the plant from insects, which do not appear to eat the plant due to the presence of Turkesterone. There is also an effect in mammals associated with ecdysteroids. Researchers described these as "similar to anabolic steroids in their effect. However, according to the researchers, the effect should be devoid of androgenic effects" (16). This lack of androgenic effects is an important difference in terms of side effects that could benefit the compound Turkesterone. Currently, there is only one study showing that ecdysteroids could potentially induce muscle-enhancing effects in the human body, and this was conducted by the Free University of Berlin (17). However, this study, commissioned by the World Anti-Doping Agency, did not examine turkesterone, but the related phytoecysteroid ecdysterone. Ashwagandha is probably a household name to everyone and just took the supplement market by storm. Again, this is an active herbal ingredient. It is used in traditional Indian medicine and is also becoming increasingly popular as a dietary supplement. There are now numerous studies on the active ingredient and some of these studies suggest that ashwagandha can increase testosterone levels in men. For example, a randomized study from 2013 examined the effect of ashwagandha extract on hormone levels in male subjects. The results of this study showed that the test group had a significant increase in testosterone levels compared to the placebo group (18). Another study in 2015 showed that ashwagandha extract significantly increased testosterone levels in male subjects with low sperm count (19). The last ingredient included in Roid Rage represents boron. There are also some studies regarding boron that found a positive impact on the testosterone levels of the subjects. For example, a 2011 study showed that a regular intake of 10 mg of boron over a 7-day period resulted in a significant increase in free testosterone levels in male subjects (20). Another study conducted in 2015 showed that supplementation with boron could increase testosterone levels in male subjects aged 18 to 29 years (21).

Turkesterone, Ashwagandha and Fadogia Agrestis, do we really need to say more? Three of the most popular supplements on the market today in one product and all three in an incredibly high dosage. With this, Gods Rage redefines the field of "testosterone boosters" and delivers a supplement that no one can hold a candle to so quickly. Roid Rage by Gods Rage, a product that not only contains innovative active ingredients, but will also make unnecessary doses at home obsolete. Yes, it really can be that simple - what are you waiting for?

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