Hi, to anyone with knowledge but we all know that KSman have a deep scientific knowledge of HRT/TRT, so his input would be greatly appreciated.
The question is simple, would (or only some) all herbal/natural supplements proven to increase testosterone would still work (increase of T, lower/control E, keeps the testis working...) on top of the benefits of exogenous testosterone.
I read online (must be true, it's online) that some people use tamoxifen in conjunction of testosterone to keep their E2 controlled and keeps the testis working to some level.
From a website I regularly visit (ergo-log, a website that takes scientific studies and dumb down the results for the mentally challenged), that some herb/natural supplement will increase your natural production of testosterone/increase libido/keep testis working. Most of them works by stimulating the HPTA axis, at least that's what I understood. But from what I understand, exogenous testosterone, decrease and/or stop that natural production.
List includes but not limited to:
-Forksolin (from today's article)
-...and many more just send tons of money to me and... (sorry trying to be funny...will keep my day job)
Hopefully the question is simple/easy to answer. Basically, if a little bit of T is good, more T (free T) could be better (for some) if all the other hormones are in check obviously. Also, if it helps to keep the 'boys' alive, it would be nice.