|Serving Size: 4 Capsules
|Servings Per Container: 30
|Amount Per Serving
|% DV *
|Vitamin D (as cholecalciferol)
|Zinc (as zinc bisglycinate chelate)
|Ashwagandha Extract (Withania somnifera) (Root) 2.5% withanolides
|Tribulus Terrestris Extract (standardized to 40% Saponins) (fruit)
|Organic Maca Powder (Lepidium meyenii) (root)
|Longjack Extract (Eurycoma longifolia) (root)
|Pine Bark Extract (Pinus pinaster)
* % Daily Value (DV) is based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower based on your calorie needs.
† Daily Value (DV) not established.
Gelatin Capsule (Titanium Dioxide), Magnesium Stearate.
Manufactured in a facility which processes Milk, Eggs, Fish, Shellfish, Tree Nuts, Peanuts, Wheat, Soybeans, and Sesame.
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Dec 15, 2021 Primeval Labs Ape Sh*t TEST Booster: Amplify Your Inner Ape
The Ape Sh*t line of supplements from Primeval Labs has scored big hits with pre workouts, now it's time for an Ape Sh*t TEST booster!
What is Ape Sh*t Test?
Age 30 is an interesting time for men. For many of us, we feel at the peak of our mental and physical prowess. However, this age is when testosterone levels naturally start to decline, and with it comes a slow seepage of performance that might not be noticeable at first, but is slowly and insidiously occurring in the background. With less testosterone, comes an increased risk of muscle loss, fat storage, low energy, poor mood, and a general sense of malaise.*
Ape Sh*t Test is a natural hormone support supplement formulated to help you reclaim your manhood. We’ve hand-picked the best ingredients available to support sexual health, aid muscle recovery, boost stamina, and promote energy production.*
Ape Sh*t Test At-a-Glance
- Increased aggression & libido*
- Greater vitality*
- 600mg Fenugreek
- 500mg Tribulus
- Maca + Longjack for mood
For centuries, fenugreek has been used to support testosterone, libido, and overall metabolic health.*
The plant is rich in two very specific families of compounds -- steroidal saponins and glycosides -- which have been shown to exhibit beneficial effects on male hormone status.*
Additionally, studies also indicate that fenugreek supplementation may support greater free testosterone as well as reductions in body fat.*
A staple of ayurveda, ashwagandha has been used for centuries to naturally aid levels of energy, libido and vitality. Thanks to its adaptogenic properties, ashwagandha also offers stress-relief benefits.
Ashwgandha, as well as other adaptogens, help support the body’s ability to perceive, interact with, and recover from stress.*
Chronic stress can result in prolonged elevations in the stress hormone, cortisol, and chronically elevated levels of cortisol are known to adversely impact testosterone production, impede muscle growth, and encourage fat storage.*
Ashwagandha may help promote a healthy stress response by supporting the body’s ability to encounter and recover from stress, thereby helping modulate cortisol levels and promote a more favorable hormonal environment.*
Tribulus Terrestris Extract
Few plants are more closely associated with virility, libido, and all out manliness than tribulus terrestris.*
Tribulus has a long history of use in ancient medicine in Greece, China and India (Ayurvedic medicine) as a natural solution for infertility, impotence, erectile dysfunction, and low libido.*
Similar to fenugreek, tribulus contains numerous chemical compounds, among which the best known are steroidal glycosides (saponins) and alkaloids, that are believed to be responsible for the beneficial effects of the botanical.*
Used for thousands of years for nutrition and to enhance fertility, maca is an intriguing plant that also offers a number of important stress-relieving qualities. As you know, chronic stress sabotages natural testosterone production, leading to reduced sex drive and performance (both mentally and physically).*
Maca may help combat the testosterone-depleting effects of chronic stress while supporting fertility, libido, and sexual desire. It may even serve as a potential cognitive enhancer as the plant has been noted to improve learning, memory, and performance.*
Longjack has a long history of use in Traditional Medicine as a natural means to boost lidibo. It goes by several other names including Eurycoma Longifolia and Tongkat Ali*
Studies indicate that Longjack supports hormone regulation and erection quality, and it may also improve sexual stamina.*
Additional research suggests that the centuries-old botanical may support greater free and total testosterone levels due to its ability to help reduce cortisol levels as well as its ability to promote anti-estrogen effects, encouraging an ideal hormonal environment for muscle building.*
Pine Bark Extract
Pine bark extract is a rich source of procyanidins and phenolic acids. In addition to its beneficial effects on nitric oxide and blood flow, studies indicate that the bioactive compounds naturally present within pine bark may exert a beneficial effect on erectile function as well as testosterone levels*
Boron is an essential trace mineral that may beneficially influence hormone levels. In particular, 10mg of boron has been noted to help reduce Sex-Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG), which benefits levels of free testosterone.*
Known as the “sunshine vitamin,” Vitamin D3 plays a critical role in bone metabolism, and it also impacts immune function and hormone production in the body, including anabolic hormones like testosterone.
Studies indicate that vitamin D3 supplementation improves upper and lower muscle strength as well as power output.*
Deficiencies in vitamin D are associated with increased risk of bone breaks, muscle weakness, and low testosterone.*
Zinc is another essential mineral involved in hormone production as well as immunity.*
Deficiencies in this mineral are known to adversely impact hormone levels in the body (testosterone in particular) as well as increase the risk for infection.*
Zinc supplements have been noted to help support free and total testosterone levels in elite athletes after exhaustive exercise.*