NOTICE : As of 5-25-2010 TCF-1 was increased from a 4oz bottle to an 8oz bottle, doubling the number of servings from 12 to 24. This is twice as many servings for the same price of $29.95
Testosterone Conversion Factor-1 (TCF-1) is here.
- Raise total testosterone 42% in 12 days
- Converts cholesterol to testosterone
- Contains a 100% naturally occurring d-amino acid
- No herbs - No stimulants - No steroids or hormones
TCF-1 is the perfect testosterone stimulator for men who –
- Have low LH and low testosterone and want tonormal levels of both
- Have normal LH with low testosterone and want tonormal testosterone levels
- Have normal LH and normal testosterone and want toproduction of both
TCF-1 works by increasing the conversion of cholesterol to testosterone. TCF-1 is completely non-suppressive to hormone production and is the perfect addition to any testosterone boosting stack or post cycle therapy (PCT).
To learn how to use in your supplement regimen or PCT visit the official Primordial Performance d-aspartic acid discussion thread.
Watch the animation to see exactly how Testosterone Conversion Factor-1 works.
TCF-1 is moving fast and bottles are limited. Grab this product now while it’s in stock.
Buy TCF-1 from Primordial Performance
$29.95 for a 24 day supply
(use 12 days on, 12 days off)
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