Hi-Tech Bulasterone contains a collection of the finest testosterone-support compounds available. Hi-Tech ensures optimal potency of these ingredients by using dosages that meet or exceed the amount that scientists have determined is required to produce an efficacious response. Hi-Tech also ensures optimal potency by precisely standardizing all herbal-based ingredient extracts to the correct active constituents.
Bulasterone contains a comprehensive ingredient formulation that fully supports the three testosterone-signaling pathways required to maximize testosterone enhancement in men. This formulation begins with a unique standardized extract of Bulbine natalensis, which was first used by Hi-Tech in Bulasterone. This standardized extract, called Test-Rx, is standardized to a ratio of 100:1 for the following active compounds: not less than 50% steroidal saponins, 10% sterols, and 2.5% sterolins. Test-Rx, which is far superior to the non-standardized Bulbine natalensis 1:1 extract currently available on the market, sets a new standard for Bulbine natalensis potency. This suggests that Bulasterone may produce stratospheric enhancements in testosterone levels much higher than ever before thought possible from a nutraceutical.
Several studies have documented the ability of a potent Tribulus terrestris extract (protodioscin) to enhance the production of LH, which is the direct hormonal trigger for testosterone production. Unlike most low potency Tribulus products on the market, Bulasterone contains the highest standardized version of Bulgarian Tribulus terrestris extract available, which consists of 60% protodioscin, 70% furastanol saponins, and 90% total saponins content, resulting from multiple extraction processes to ensure optimal potency.*
Bulasterone also contains sodium D-aspartic acid, which studies suggest supports enhanced levels of LH and testosterone using a daily serving amount of 3 grams, which is the exact dosage use in Bulasterone.
Additionally, Bulasterone incorporates 6-keto-diosgenin (25R spirostan-5a-diol-6-one-3-one) undecanoate, 5-methyl-7-methoxyflavone, and also turkesterone, which is one of the primary active constituents in Rhaponticum carthamoides extract (RCE). Turkesterone has been used by elite Russian athletes since the early 1970s to enhance the anabolic activity of testosterone, specifically by supporting magnification of the translational phase of protein synthesis.