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Effective, Strength & Endurance Support*

How Alpha Complex May Help

  • Support hormonal balance to male health*
  • Support the body’s ability to boost its own hormones and testosterone*
  • Reduce (SHBG)*
  • Help Block estrogen and estrogen receptors*
  • Increase energy, endurance, and performance*
  • Strengthen aphrodisiac qualities and properties*
  • Strengthen overall male reproductive health*
  • Give support to sperm count, quality, and motility*
  • Support fertility and virility*
  • Support muscle mass*
  • Support and increase athletic performance*
  • Support better weight management and metabolism*
  • Support and improve better hair growth and diminish hair loss*
  • Support prostate and other reproductive conditions

Formulated To Support Male Hormones, Strength & Endurance*

Each Ingredient Must Have Historical Use & Independent Studies!

What exactly goes into our Alpha Complex formula? Each completely natural addition is chosen for its proven effectiveness, safety, research, and historical use.*

Long Jack Or Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma Longifolia)
A long-time traditional medicine of Southeast Asia, long jack has been used as a successful aphrodisiac for centuries. Scientific studies confirm that the herb may help to boost sperm quality and motility in men, while also increasing testosterone production.*

Research also reveals that it may help to release one of the most potent forms of testosterone, DHT, from Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG) for free use in the body.* It may also lower SHBG by 30%, which helps increase male hormone levels.* Last but not least: long jack inhibits estrogen receptors, which in turn may help to shield the body from too much estrogen so more testosterone can take effect.* Supporting Research 1–8

Mucuna Pruriens Extract
Considered a powerful aphrodisiac and Ayurvedic remedy throughout the past and present, this Asian plant (more commonly called velvet bean) has evidence of marked effects on men’s hormones.* In one study, the plant notably improved stress among men, as well as their fertility.* (Of note, the test subjects were 60 years old!)

The plant apparently may have an enormous impact on both sperm quality and motility for the better.* Tests show that it also may help to boost testosterone naturally by stimulating the body’s own production methods.* Supporting Research 9–13

Cordyceps
Cordyceps has traditionally been used for the enhancement of sexual function in human beings.* Studies show that Cordyceps sinensis and Cordyceps militaris can improve reproductive activity and impaired reproductive function.* The administration of Cordyceps sinensis enhanced desire and restored impaired reproductive function in both sexes in human (Zhu, Halpern, and Jones 1998).* Supporting Research 14–21

Grape Seed Extract
The seed of the humble grape has garnered a lot of attention for its health properties: including antioxidant, cardiotonic, immune-boosting, and hypotensive effects, making it an all-around healthy supplement to take.*

Grape seed has also been observed slightly curbing estrogen levels to give favor to testosterone levels instead – a very desirable effect for men as they age.* Supporting Research 22–30

Epimedium Extract
Known more commonly – and perhaps fittingly – as horny goat weed, this Chinese medicine of old is a renowned aphrodisiac and remedy for erectile dysfunction.* It is also clinically proven in animal studies to boost testosterone.* Supporting Research 31–35

Broken Cell Pine Pollen
Ancient healers in Asian countries such as China, Japan, and Korea caught on to some interesting properties in their native pine trees— and particularly in their thick, yellow, and highly medicinal pollen.

Studies today show that pine pollen from some species of this evergreen tree is rich in phyto-androgens, which can mimic testosterone and thus provide an all-natural supply or alternative to balancing low testosterone levels.Supporting Research 36–40

Alpha Complex also includes piperine, the active alkaloid chemical found in the rinds of black pepper fruits (or corns). This compound immediately increases the bioavailability of all other powerful plant compounds added to this blend – so you can really feel the difference!*

We Only Cultivate & Harvest The Purest Sourced Botanicals

Strength & Endurance Support – No Matter How You Mix It!

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Just had my first cup of Alpha today, Very good stuff. The bitterness isn’t bad, Bitter herbs are known to stimulate your liver to detox when the bitter receptors on your tongue are triggered. So you are also triggering your liver to dump it’s load when you sip on Alpha.

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Great but taste different??

This is my 3rd or fourth time ordering and I have to say I love this product. But it has been arriving with different packaging every time. This batch tastes a little different for some reason and I am not getting the same results of previous batches. Just my experience and wondering what’s different.

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Great product

Great stuff helps in every way energy testosterone libido I see people giving this a low rating because of taste what’s really great for your body and health that tastes good most healthy stuff taste terrible

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Tasty tea, quick acting with noticeable changes.

Great product, My wife and I noticed changes in the first couple of days. It is a nice surprise and the tea it makes doesn’t taste bad either.

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Life improver.

I use this daily in my fizzpop drink as a coffee substitute. I have made a number of healthy lifestyle changes recently and this supplement is an important part of a new, better lifestyle.

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OUR PROCESS FROM START TO FINISH:

The Quality of Our Products, Knowledge, and Compassion Allows for The Perfect Experience.

We source Pure Raw Ingredients that are sustainably grown and harvested from around the world. Always making sure they’re free of chemical fertilizers and pesticides.

High-Quality Processing Includes:

  • Pretreatment: Cleaning and separating only this highest quality raw material.
  • Dual Extraction Process: both water and alcohol extraction. This process allows for the extraction of some of the most active and bioavailable compounds. In the extraction process, we use purified water and Non-GMO ethanol.
  • Filtration: Once the extraction process is complete we filter using a multiple pass filtration system, to ensure purity.
  • Concentrate: We then concentrate the extract to needed potency.
  • Drying: We spray dry without any heat to ensure no denigration of potency.
  • Sieving: We then run the dried extract powder through a sieving and meshing process to ensure the proper consistency of the texture.
  • Testing: Once complete the finished product is sent to our Quality Control Center in the US. Then on to fulfillment centers located throughout the US for prompt delivery.

Effective, All Natural – Plus a 1 Year Money Back Guarantee!

INTRODUCING OUR NEW ALPHA COMPLEX INGREDIENT LINEUP

At Primal Herb, we are dedicated to providing only the best, most natural, sustainable, and research/tradition-supported ingredients, formulas, and formula combinations.

To keep our products top-notch, fresh, and ahead of the curve, we work to regularly develop new formulas and improve our current ones.

We’re proud to introduce our new revamped blend of mushrooms and botanicals for Alpha Complex, featuring a new cast of ingredients.

Each ingredient has been carefully chosen for its historical evidence-based use and support from research for dealing with some facet of male reproductive health.

Our new lineup:

CORDYCEPS

The mushroom from Asia so well-known for boosting energy and athletic performance, cordyceps also has a notable effect for reigniting male reproductive health and hormones.

Traditional healers used it to enhance and restore reproductive function in both men and women in ancient times. In modern times, studies show that cordyceps raises testosterone levels, protects the reproductive system as an antioxidant, and boosts fertility.

EPIMEDIUM

More commonly known as horny goat weed—a name that reveals some of its perks—epimedium may be one of the most famous reproductive health and energy tonics of all time. Studies show that it helps increase sperm count, boosts testosterone, and even supports better hair growth and problems with erectile dysfunction.

GRAPE SEED

One of the most famous sources of antioxidant supplements for health turns out to be incredibly useful for male reproductive health. Grape seed extract is widely known for its ability to lower the risk of cancer, though studies point to a special affinity to prostate cancer, plus support for overall prostate health.

MUCUNA PRURIENS

The plant otherwise known as velvet bean is best known for rejuvenating energy and vitality in those who take it. It also shows some benefits to stress and depression, too. Most valuably of all, this tropical Asian plant demonstrates advantages for men in studies, including improvements to low fertility, hormonal imbalance, low energy, and low sperm quality.

PINE POLLEN

In old days, traditional healers from Asia caught on to some interesting properties in their native pine trees— particularly from its pollen. Studies today show pollen from some species of pine contains phyto-androgens. These can mimic testosterone and activate human testosterone receptors, thus stimulating a natural balance or boost to low testosterone levels. Other benefits: better hair growth, fertility, and energy.

TONGKAT ALI

Another amazing herb for male health of Asian origin, tongkat ali has many uses and benefits. None are greater than what it lends to male health, which may make it the most multi-faceted natural botanical for male reproductive wellness of all. Studies show it is a testosterone booster, a sperm count booster, and a revitalizing tonic for male energy, vitality, and performance.

BONUS INGREDIENTS HELP OUR MAIN PLAYERS GO THE EXTRA MILE

There are amazing benefits to male health to be unlocked from all the main ingredients we’ve chosen for our formula.

And yet to help every single herb, mushroom, and compound reach its optimum potential, we’ve thrown in a few extras:

MONK FRUIT (LUO HAN GUO)

More than anything else, we add monk fruit—a small melon from Asia—to improve the flavor and enjoyment of our formulas, but in the healthiest way possible. This superfood and superfruit has become popular nowadays for its saccharine sweetness, but without all the harmful downfalls of sugar: high blood glucose, increased risk of diabetes, inflammation, and more.

In fact, monk fruit comes with a net positive of benefits to pair with its sweet flavor, including reduced inflammation and weight loss support.

BLACK PEPPER FRUIT

Beyond being one of our favorite universal seasonings in the culinary world, black pepper also touts some incredibly useful health properties—particularly for digestion.

The hulls of the black pepper fruit, which we more commonly call peppercorns, contain a compound called piperine. This alkaloid is known to boost intestinal health but, most importantly of all, increase the bioavailability of difficult-to-digest compounds, such as from herbs and mushrooms.

Adding piperine to our formulas ensures that everyone gets the most effect and benefit possible, and that Alpha Complex’s benefits to men’s health can truly and quickly be felt.

ENHANCE EVERY ASPECT OF MALE HEALTH, FUNCTION, AND ENERGY

Unlike other natural supplements out there, Alpha Complex takes a slightly different road—and a much wider and more comprehensive approach to improving men’s health.

Rather than focusing on only one dimension of wellness, we cover all the bases: including more than one ingredient in our formula means multiple benefits.

Boosting reproductive and hormonal health involves a whole lot more than raising testosterone levels.

That’s why we have looked at each research-supported botanical with historical use for men’s health, and chose only the best, each carefully selected to handle a different but overlapping facet of male reproductive health. Including:

  • Testosterone Levels

Focusing on testosterone levels for men’s health is important, and it’s definitely not overlooked in our selections.

Our herbs and mushrooms are among some of the best-known in the natural world for supporting the body’s own methods for boosting this prized male hormone—or bringing in a completely new but also natural supply, such as in the form of phyto-androgens.

  • Increase Energy, Function, and Performance

Raising testosterone is known to help with these problems in men’s health directly, though we also choose herbs and mushrooms that go above and beyond in this department as well—boosting energy and vitality in ways that don’t involve testosterone.

This makes double sure that reproductive energy and performance is improved in all the ways possible with help from the natural world.

  • Boost Fertility

When men’s health flounders, so can one’s ability to have a family or plan for the future. Alongside energizing and testosterone-stimulating herbs, we’ve chosen botanicals shown by research and traditional use to stoke up fertility and thus improve one’s outlook.

  • Fortify Physicality: Hair Growth and Muscle Mass

As a not-so-little bonus, our ingredients are also chosen for improving two of the things men start to miss as they get older: hair growth and building of muscle. Research shows that some of our ingredients can certainly be restorative in this area, not only boosting health inside but making sure that those who take our supplement look their best.

  • Protect Overall Male Health and Reduce Chance of Disease

Energy, vitality, function, and fertility all have their value in men’s health—and so does appearance. But protection against male reproductive disorders, diseases, and dysfunction is even more important.

Our included ingredients have great reputations for reducing the risk of some of the most common threats to male health, such as enlarged prostate, infertility, and even prostate cancer.

In the long run, our supplement can be a trusty daily tonic to help keep some of the biggest male health concerns at bay.

NOT JUST FOR MEN: IT COMPLEMENTS WOMEN’S HEALTH, TOO

Before women start to feel left out, don’t fret: Alpha Complex could play an important role in female reproductive health, too.

Though testosterone is considered the “men’s hormone” and estrogen solely a women’s hormone, the truth is that everyone has a little bit of both.

What’s more, testosterone even fulfills certain functions in women’s health that make the hormone absolutely irreplaceable. People of all kinds, regardless of gender, will be surprised by the roles it plays in reproductive health, no matter who they are.

Plus, our formula goes far beyond just helping the body boost and receive more testosterone by natural means.

Our herbs are also known for simply supporting reproductive health in many other ways, regardless of male or female systems. But here’s everything our formula can do:

  • Increase Needed Testosterone

Contrary to popular belief, testosterone does play an important role for women—and especially when they age.

Just like in men, women experience a drop in testosterone as they age, especially around menopause. With it often comes a drop in the reproductive drive, too.

Supporting the body’s ability to produce its own testosterone, as well as using botanical “phyto-androgens” to help increase it naturally, may help restore the reproductive drive in women according to studies.

Keep in mind, however, that women boosting their testosterone is not recommended for women with reproductive cancers.

  • May Improve Cognition, Memory, and Focus

Some research suggests testosterone can also help improve cognitive function—and not just in men, but in women and generally the entire population.

That’s not to say that being a man and having male hormones makes one automatically smarter and superior to women. Everyone has some levels of testosterone in them, but when the balance gets out of whack or too low, it does have an effect on brain function.

What more, lots of the herbs in our formula don’t just improve this with their testosterone-lifting capabilities: as antioxidants, they can help the nervous system directly and improve this, too

  • May Improve Mood and Help Mood Disorders

For women too, testosterone is necessary to adequately combat mood imbalances or disorders. When it dips too low, one can experience mood disturbances such as anxiety or depression—and the same thing may happen in the case of low estrogen.

Regardless of gender, low testosterone has implications for hampered mood, mental health, and well-being according to science. As a plus, the antioxidant benefits of the herbs in our supplement blend also impact the nervous system in a way that helps in this department.

  • Can Help Increase Strength and Stamina

Women passionate about their workouts and performing their very best when they exercise—or building up the greatest strength possible—may want to check out the herbs in our formula.

Science suggests that increasing testosterone in women who need it can optimize athletic performance as well as boost energy levels. What more, it can also help them build muscle mass more successfully, thus increasing their strength.

  • Can Help Improve Weight Management, Obesity, and Metabolism

When one improves energy, mood, strength, and physical capabilities, it can all culminate into one overarching benefit: ultimately, this can all help one achieve better weight management and, in the proper circumstances, weight loss.

For one, increased testosterone can help counteract high estrogen, while high estrogen can increase fat development and thus increase weight.

Testosterone also helps increase muscle mass, which naturally burns fat and thus aids in weight loss. For some women, increasing testosterone levels somewhat can help with weight loss—though this isn’t the case with all women, and they should talk to their doctors.

Best of all, the herbs in our blend are each equipped with supporting the traditional use and science to prime the body for its very best in reproductive health.

All this is owed to the stellar antioxidant compounds that fend off inflammation in the body—including the reproductive system—and thus ensure that reproductive health, whether male or female, is always at its finest.

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Chan K, Low B, Teh C, Das P. The effect of Eurycoma longifolia on sperm quality of male rats. Nat Prod Commun. 2009;4(10):1331-1336. [PubMed]
2.
Henkel R, Wang R, Bassett S, et al. Tongkat Ali as a potential herbal supplement for physically active male and female seniors–a pilot study. Phytother Res. 2014;28(4):544-550. [PubMed]
3.
Wahab N, Mokhtar N, Halim W, Das S. The Effect of Eurycoma Longifolia Jack on Spermatogenesis in Estrogen-Treated Rats. Clinics (Sao Paulo). 2010;65(1):93-98. [PMC]
4.
Tajul A, Soelaiman I, Pramanik J, Shuid A. Effects of Eurycoma longifolia on Testosterone Level and Bone Structure in an Aged Orchidectomised Rat Model. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2012;2012:818072. [PMC]
5.
Talbott S, Talbott J, George A, Pugh M. Effect of Tongkat Ali on stress hormones and psychological mood state in moderately stressed subjects. J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 2013;10:28. [PMC]
6.
Kotta S, Ansari S, Ali J. Exploring scientifically proven herbal aphrodisiacs. Pharmacogn Rev. 2013;7(13):1-10. [PMC]
7.
Bin M, Imran M. Eurycoma longifolia Jack in managing idiopathic male infertility. Asian J Androl. 2010;12(3):376-380. [PMC]
8.
Chen C, Mohamad W, Ooi F, Ismail S, Abdullah M, George A. Supplementation of Eurycoma longifolia Jack Extract for 6 Weeks Does Not Affect Urinary Testosterone: Epitestosterone Ratio, Liver and Renal Functions in Male Recreational Athletes. Int J Prev Med. 2014;5(6):728-733. [PMC]
9.
Ahmad M, Mahdi A, Shukla K, Islam N, Jaiswar S, Ahmad S. Effect of Mucuna pruriens on semen profile and biochemical parameters in seminal plasma of infertile men. Fertil Steril. 2008;90(3):627-635. [PubMed]
10.
Shukla K, Mahdi A, Ahmad M, Shankhwar S, Rajender S, Jaiswar S. Mucuna pruriens improves male fertility by its action on the hypothalamus-pituitary-gonadal axis. Fertil Steril. 2009;92(6):1934-1940. [PubMed]
11.
Suresh S, Prakash S. Effect of Mucuna pruriens (Linn.) on sexual behavior and sperm parameters in streptozotocin-induced diabetic male rat. J Sex Med. 2012;9(12):3066-3078. [PubMed]
12.
Shukla K, Mahdi A, Ahmad M, Jaiswar S, Shankwar S, Tiwari S. Mucuna pruriens Reduces Stress and Improves the Quality of Semen in Infertile Men. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2007;7(1):137-144. [PMC]
13.
Singh A, Sarkar S, Tripathi M, Rajender S. Mucuna pruriens and Its Major Constituent L-DOPA Recover Spermatogenic Loss by Combating ROS, Loss of Mitochondrial Membrane Potential and Apoptosis. PLoS One. 2013;8(1):e54655. [PMC]
14.
Zhu J, Halpern G, Jones K. The scientific rediscovery of an ancient Chinese herbal medicine: Cordyceps sinensis: part I. J Altern Complement Med. 1998;4(3):289-303.[PubMed]
15.
Ji D, Ye J, Li C, Wang Y, Zhao J, Cai S. Antiaging effect of Cordyceps sinensis extract. Phytother Res. 2009;23(1):116-122. [PubMed]
16.
Chang Y, Jeng K, Huang K, et al. Effect of Cordyceps militaris supplementation on sperm production, sperm motility and hormones in Sprague-Dawley rats. Am J Chin Med. 2008;36(5):849-859. [PubMed]
17.
Panda A, Swain K. Traditional uses and medicinal potential of Cordyceps sinensis of Sikkim. J Ayurveda Integr Med. 2011;2(1):9-13. [PMC]
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HOW AND WHEN TO USE ALPHA COMPLEX

  • Add 1/2 tsp to hot water, coffee, tea, or smoothie.
  • Alpha can be taken day or night – with or without food, so enjoy!
  • We recommend once daily, but most importantly listen to the body (if it requires more, less or none:)

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Just had my first cup of Alpha today, Very good stuff. The bitterness isn’t bad, Bitter herbs are known to stimulate your liver to detox when the bitter receptors on your tongue are triggered. So you are also triggering your liver to dump it’s load when you sip on Alpha.

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This is my 3rd or fourth time ordering and I have to say I love this product. But it has been arriving with different packaging every time. This batch tastes a little different for some reason and I am not getting the same results of previous batches. Just my experience and wondering what’s different.

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Great stuff helps in every way energy testosterone libido I see people giving this a low rating because of taste what’s really great for your body and health that tastes good most healthy stuff taste terrible

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Tasty tea, quick acting with noticeable changes.

Great product, My wife and I noticed changes in the first couple of days. It is a nice surprise and the tea it makes doesn’t taste bad either.

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Life improver.

I use this daily in my fizzpop drink as a coffee substitute. I have made a number of healthy lifestyle changes recently and this supplement is an important part of a new, better lifestyle.

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Tasty tea, quick acting with noticeable changes.

Great product, My wife and I noticed changes in the first couple of days. It is a nice surprise and the tea it makes doesn’t taste bad either.

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Great product

Great stuff helps in every way energy testosterone libido I see people giving this a low rating because of taste what’s really great for your body and health that tastes good most healthy stuff taste terrible

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Alpha Taste

Just had my first cup of Alpha today, Very good stuff. The bitterness isn’t bad, Bitter herbs are known to stimulate your liver to detox when the bitter receptors on your tongue are triggered. So you are also triggering your liver to dump it’s load when you sip on Alpha.

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I use this daily in my fizzpop drink as a coffee substitute. I have made a number of healthy lifestyle changes recently and this supplement is an important part of a new, better lifestyle.

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Great product with results

I think this is a great product. I was feeling like I was probably not at my peak as far as my testosterone levels go and I decided to give this product a try. This is not based on any measured T levels, but I do feel the difference this is making and its a positive impact. I was doing things to increase my T levels naturally, such as exercise and supplements like L-Arginine, but I still felt like I was low in this area so I decided to try this supplement because I read the ingredients and knew that they were well researched and validated. I noticed some effects immediately; I just felt a little bit more clear in what I was doing and I felt good. I have some social anxiety problems, and since I’ve started taking this supplement I feel like those have melted away into the background a bit and I get much less social anxiety now. Of course I’m doing other things and taking other supplements to work on this area, but I think this product has been responsible for a big chunk of those improvements. Males who experience depersonalization or derealization should look into TRT or increasing testosterone in general. I think there’s some correlation there. I’m only 32 but I’ve been feeling that my lifestyle and diet was probably leading me to have less than optimal T levels. There’s so many factors at play in something like this, so I’ve tried to increase my healthy habits in many areas including exercise, diet, hobbies, and supplementation. The benefits I feel have mostly faded into the background now, but I still feel like this product is doing good things for me and I am going to resupply once I’m out. With any supplement you will feel an initial result and then it becomes the new normal and you don’t notice it anymore. I pack this product into 0 sized capsules and I take 1-2 doses of 4 capsules per day. This is roughly equivalent to the recommended dosages in teaspoons. I’ve also bought this company’s Reishi and gynostemma extracts and I’m very happy with those products as well.

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