To The Young Men On This Site,
Curcumin, Vitamin D3 and some other nutrients may help maintain your T levels. Beyond that however you will not gain much...at least I have never seen it. Benjamin Franklin once said that "one ounce of prevention is worth one pound of cure." This simply means that it is easier to keep your T levels high than it is to let them fall and then try to raise them by natural means. If you are reading this and are between the ages of say 16 and mid 20's and your T levels are high you will most likely be able to keep it there or very close as you age by what I call "living clean". That means a great diet and the proper nutrients some of them sold right here under the Biotest brand name. This along with 8 good hours of sleep per night, meditation which relieves stress, (Stress kills T levels), and consuming a high level of cruciferous vegetables (and some fruits) can keep your T levels high for a very long time.
This has worked for me and others that have taken this ride with me. The folks that I remember back in the day who partied it up smoking, drinking and eating junk food look like hell now and I'm still throwing the weights around that I did 25 years ago (and actually have improved on some lifts). Don't take this as bragging I am genuinely trying to pass my positive experience along so that others may benefit as well.
All The Best,