Men — there’s an unseen danger that may be preying on your manhood and you’re not even aware of it.
In fact, it may be hiding in common products you use every day , such as shampoos, soaps, lotions, and massage oils.
It’s even been used as an aromatherapy oil to treat anxiety, depression, insomnia, and headaches.
It’s lavender… and it may be robbing you of your mojo!
Lavender And Testosterone -
A Bad Combination?
Sure it smells nice. But recent studies have shown that topical use of lavender oil may have an adverse effect on the testosterone levels of men and even lead to low testosterone syndrome. A 2007 study reported on in the “New England Journal Of Medicine” uncovered the negative effects of lavender oil as an endocrine disruptor. Endocrine disruptors are compounds that interfere with the normal production and management of your body’s hormones, including the male hormone, testosterone, and the female hormone, estrogen. Specifically, the study found that lavender oil decreased testosterone and increased estrogen in men — a real threat to men who could develop female-like attributes like what’s often called “man-boobs” or “moobs”
Lavender Oil And Gynocomastia
While gynocomastia isn’t life-threatening, it’s certainly very embarrassing for men who want to walk on the beach with their shirt off or look desirable to their spouse. And it’s not just affecting men! In one case, a University of Colorado pediatric endocrinologist even discovered that three young boys had developed prepubescent gynocomastia (or female-like breasts) while using shampoo with lavender oil infused in it. Once the shampoo use was discontinued, the symptoms of gynocomastia went away.
Avoid Lavender Oil
To Increase Testosterone?
Bottom line, lavender oil is bad news for your manhood. If you’re already experiencing symptoms of low testosterone, take a good look at your shampoo, soap, and lotions to see if they contain lavender oil. If they do, it could be disrupting your hormones and a very real cause of low testosterone levels. According to the National Institute Of Health, by discontinuing the use of any products that contain lavender oil, you should see results within several months of symptoms subsiding.
Of course there are other reasons for symptoms of low testosterone and if you suspect that you may be “low on your mojo”, I suggest you check out this free testosterone report. It’s a special guide that will help you identify other potential causes of low testosterone and more importantly, how to safely and naturally increase your testosterone levels without the use of dangerous hormone treatments.