Get your testosterone back, naturally

This supplement was formulated with the best phyto-testosterone (plant derived testosterones) to boost your testosterone level the natural way without any side effects.

Manna Andropause

Benefits of Manna Andropause

  • Boost Testosterone levels naturally.
  • Sleep better.
  • Increase diminished libido.
  • Address erectile dysfunction.
  • Stop menopausal weight gain.
  • Stop muscle loss.
  • Decrease Gynecomastia (male breasts).
  • Decrease irritable male syndrome.
  • Stop memory loss.
  • Counteract hot flashes.
  • Decrease depression.
  • Stop night sweats in men.
  • Stop fatigue.
  • Stop hair loss and stimulate hair growth.

Available at Alpha Pharm, Springbok Pharmacy and other independant Pharmacies

Manna Andropause Supplement

This supplement was formulated with the best phyto-testosterone (plant derived testosterones) to boost your testosterone level the natural way without any side effects.

Manna ANDROPAUSE include

  • Puncturevine
  • Indian Ginseng
  • Saw Palmetto
  • Siberian Ginseng
  • Grape Seed
  • Kelp
  • Magnesium
  • L-Carnitine
  • Zinc


Andropause Excellent!!

My husband is taking the Andropause for the past year plus and finds it excellent. Best of all is the fact that it is natural and affordable. We can recommend the product to all men suffering from this kind of problems.

Manna Andropause

My husband is on the second bottle of Andropause and he experience a positive difference. I believe that it will even become better the longer he will be taking the Andropause. — Martie Kuhn

*Results may vary from person to person

What is Andropause

Andropause is the male version of menopause. This is when the level of testosterone in the body as well as the sperm production gradually decreases. Testosterone is the hormone responsible for deep voices, muscle mass and facial and body hair patterns present in men. When testosterone levels begin to decrease, physical as well as psychological symptoms can be experienced. This is part of the aging process in men. Studies suggest that the amount of testosterone in the body decreases by 10% each decade after a man has turned 30. Unlike menopause in women, andropause happens at a more gradual pace. Roughly 30% of men in their 50s will experience symptoms of andropause due to low testosterone levels. When a person is experiencing andropause and does not treat it properly, it can be at risk to other serious health conditions such as osteoporosis.

Symptoms of Andropause

Symptoms have been known to vary from individual to individual. The common symptoms of andropause usually include:
  • Lowered sex drive.
  • Difficulties becoming aroused or erections that are not as strong as they used to be.
  • Lack of energy and feeling overall fatigued.
  • Often feeling depressed.
  • Irritability, frustration and mood swings.
  • Decrease in strength or muscle mass.
  • Increased body fat.
  • Hot flashes.
There are complications that accompany andropause which can include:
  • An increased risk of heart problems.
  • An increased risk of osteoporosis (brittle bones).

Causes of Andropause

The decline in testosterone is an important factor in men that are suspected of having andropause. With age, the body does not only produce less testosterone, but there are increased levels of another hormone called Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG), which extracts usable testosterone from the bloodstream. SHBG binds some of the accessible testosterone circulating in the bloodstream. The testosterone that is not bound to the SHBG hormone is called bioavailable testosterone. This means it is available for use by the body. When experiencing symptoms of andropause, there are lowered quantities of bioavailable testosterone in the blood. This causes the tissues in the body that use testosterone to receive less of it. The lack of testosterone causes physical and mental changes in the person such as fatigue and mood swings.

Diagnoses of Andropause

Your doctor will ask you a series of questions to determine if you show the symptoms associated with low levels of testosterone. Blood tests are then done to determine the level of testosterone present in the blood. This alone cannot be used to diagnose andropause, as there are other conditions that are associated with low testosterone levels, such as: hypogonadism (retardation of sexual growth and development) and diabetes. For this reason, your doctor will perform tests in order to eliminate the other diseases and more confidently name andropause as the problem. Note that many of the symptoms of andropause are also part of natural aging and can therefore not be reversed with treatment.

Treatment and Prevention of Andropause

The most common treatment for andropause is replacing the testosterone in the blood. This treatment offers relief from the symptoms and helps enhance the quality of life in most instances. There are different methods of increasing the testosterone levels in the body, namely:

Lifestyle changes

  • more exercise
  • weight loss
  • lowering stress levels
  • healthy nutrition
  • proper testosterone supplements

Natural Testosterone

Testosterone is a hormone in men that is responsible for maintaining bone density, muscle strength and mass, sex drive, sperm production and fat distribution. It’s mainly produced in the testicles, but also in smaller quantities by the adrenal gland, with regulation being done by the pituitary gland. When there is a deficiency of testosterone, it can be due to any of these, often making it difficult to determine the origin of the problem. Testosterone levels decrease as you get older, usually at a rate of about 1% each year in the years after you have turned 30. Luckily there are natural methods to increase your testosterone levels which can help you prevent or cure andropause.

Manna Andropause Supplement

This supplement was formulated with the best phyto-testosterone (plant derived testosterones) to boost your testosterone level the natural way without any side effects.
  • Weightlifting

    Studies have shown that resistance training helps increase the production of testosterone. For optimum results, 90 second breaks should be taken between sets.
  • Vitamin D

    Vitamin D has been proven to help increase testosterone levels. It can be obtained through the sun or through vitamin D supplements.
  • Zinc

    A zinc deficiency can cause a decrease in the testosterone levels. When zinc supplementation is properly implemented, it can help maintain good levels of testosterone. Zinc can be obtained through food like: oysters, beef, pork, crab and fortified cereals. But be cautious of consume too much zinc, as the results can be toxic.
  • Nuts and Legumes

    These contain high levels of D-aspartic acid, which stimulates the production of testosterone in the body. Soybeans, lentils, almonds, salmon, shrimp, beef and eggs are all good sources of D-aspartic acid.
  • Garlic

    It is very easy to include garlic into your diet either by sprinkling garlic powder on your food or by including garlic cloves in the food you are cooking.
  • Chemical Testosterone

    It is available in different forms:
    • Skin Patches
    • Testosterone gel
    • Capsules
    • Testosterone injections
Warning: Men suffering from prostate or breast cancer should stay away from chemical testosterone. Also, as mentioned above, a man suffering from kidney, heart or liver disease should steer clear of chemical testosterone. These testosterone treatments do have some side effects. Always consult your doctor about different methods of testosterone control before deciding on one.

Action of Manna Andropause

This product can help to improve vascular health, provide phyto-testosterone and increase prostatic health.

Dosage and Directions of Use

Take 2 caplets daily with food

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