I honestly don’t think you should include mice studies in your articles. I mean, if you were actively involved in research you would know that we can cure mice of literally everything from cancer to Alzheimer’s. It’s very misleading to suggests that this actually means anything – because in almost all cases it doesn’t. Despite relatively similar genetics, mice are more and more considered unsuitable model, as many studies which suggest positive effects in mice have no or even negative effects in humans. Ultimately, only human studies matter and you might want to know that many of these mouse studies were probably followed-up in humans but probably didn’t show anything (or showed negative results) and hence were not published!
Thanks for reaching out buddy. Sorry to hear about your situation. First off, what I’d suggest is to forget about creams, they are a waste of money unless you are trying to moisturize your body – which I guess you’re not. As for estrogen blockers, the same goes here – but testosterone boosters on the other hand, they work with your body instead of against it to give you everything your body is missing – it sounds like it’s the missing piece to your puzzle. Bear in mind Graham, you’ll need to pay close attention to your diet – aim to cut down on refined carbohydrates and simple sugars – these are terrible for testosterone production and weight gain. If you drink more water, eat a balanced diet, and exercise occasionally while supplementing with you’ll soon be back on track. All the best!
Test X180 Ignite uses popular ingredients such as Testofen, Siberian Ginseng, Panax Ginseng, and Tribulus Terrestris. These are all excellent ingredients, but the main issue we have with this product is that the overall potency is very low compared to the higher ranked testosterone boosters, and also it is missing two of the most widely studied and proven testosterone boosting ingredients, which are D-Aspartic Acid and Zinc. Had it included these two vital ingredients and raised the overall potency to above 1,000 milligrams per serving (currently at 800 mg), we would have ranked Test X180 Ignite higher on the list.