Nice article. I’m convinced that Boron, is an essential nutrient(and here in the states we have one of the lowest intakes of it), They’ve found so many ways that its beneficial(hormone, bone, joint….) for health) and almost no negative effects until absurd amounts are given. Boric acid is used in automotive oil as a colloid. It has the unusual property that the higher the pressure the more it lubricates. I think it may do the same in humans(it is concentrated in joint fluid). I had shoulder joint pain that prevented me from benching-3 days of 30mg/day boron eliminated it. Also note that boron is highly concentrated in the heart and testes.
It's no secret that anabolic steroids (., drugs that mimic testosterone) build muscle mass. However, existing supplements that claim to boost testosterone, like Tribulus Terrestris, D-Aspartic Acid, Eurycoma Longifolia and Fenugreek, have no scientific support proving that they are anabolic agents in young and healthy men. Even if they do boost testosterone slightly, the effect is not great enough in magnitude or duration to cause muscle growth. A much better approach than using alleged testosterone boosters is to train harder, sleep more and eat more high-quality food (and take creatine, protein and HMB).