Contains a hefty amount of D-Aspartic Acid, which has been shown to raise Luteinizing Hormone ; which signals the start of testosterone production. So as you can see, much of it is dependent upon where the persons’ baseline testosterone level is before supplementation. This goes for any “test-booster”, not just D-Aspartic Acid. Although the effects of these functions are the most pronounced in men, they exist in women as well. If this didn’t happen to be the case, then women wouldn’t be able to build much muscle
at all, if any.