Testosterone is a hormone, mainly produced in the testes in males, but also produced, in smaller amounts, in the ovaries and adrenal glands of females. Healthy levels of testosterone in females is vital for general wellbeing as well as optimal functioning of several physiological processes in the body, including:
- Healthy muscle tone;
- Mood and motivation;
- Bone density;
- Healthy libido; and
- Cognitive function.
Causes of decreasing testosterone, include:
- Menopause (50% decrease in testosterone);
- Total hysterectomy (including ovaries), as ovaries produce most of the testosterone in females (significant decline, leaving only the adrenal glands to produce marginal amounts of testosterone);
- Stress. DHAE, the precursor to testosterone, will be converted to cortisol and not testosterone, during peak stress periods;
- Certain drugs.
- Heart attack;
- Alzheimer’s disease;
- Diminished sex drive;
- Low energy and motivation;
- Poor memory;
- Brittle hair; and
- Low muscle tone, to name a few.
Biopuncture describes any therapeutic measure that uses homeopathic complexes (biotherapeutics) for injection into specific points or areas on the body. The name originated from combining bio-therapy with acu-puncture.
Biopuncture is a therapy using mostly plant-based ultra-low dilution product formulas which are injected into specific body regions to regulate bodily functions. Most of the injections are micro-injections with a very small needle just under the skin or into the muscle. Small doses of products are injected to stimulate or “wake up” the natural healing processes.
Using Testis Compositum in specific body regions, has a ‘turbo effect’ in stimulating the bodily functions.
Contact us today, for any further questions regarding biopuncture and the use of Testis Compositum during menopause.