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Pre and Post Questionnaire and Pre and
Post Blood Study of
n-fuzed Testosterone and Its Effects on
Symptoms of Low Testosterone and Low Blood Levels of Testosterone


Within the last ten years, testosterone prescriptions have
tripled. Testosterone is an androgenic sex hormone primarily responsible for male sexuality and
reproduction It is also involved in maintaining muscle mass, bone density, red blood cell levels and
feelings of vigor and well-being. Around age thirty, testosterone levels begin to fell Some
symptoms of low testosterone levels might include decreased sex drive, erectile dysfunction,
depression, difficulties with concentration and memory, weight gain and problems urinating.

Dr. Abraham Morgentaler, MD, the author ofTestosterone for Life, says men with low
testosterone are at greater risk for prostate cancer and other health problems
such as heart disease and osteoporosis.

Since it is still unknown whether prescriptive hormone replacement therapy is entirely safe
and, since excess levels off hormones may be as bad as, or worse than,
deficiencies, blood levels must be tested and monitored when using these medications. Even blood
levels of precursor hormones, such as DHEA, require regular testing to avoid excesses.

To avoid deficiencies or excesses, an alternative to synthetic or bioidentical hormone
replacement therapy, n-fuzed Testosterone, is designed to provide a framework
of herbal nutrients and cofactors to naturally assist the body in rebuilding and
maintaining healthy testosterone levels.


n-fuzed Testosterone, an all-natural combination of herbal
extracts of Eurycoma longifolia, Maca lepidiumand Ptychopetalumolacoides, potentiated with a proprietary process
to "n-fuze" their electromagnetic properties into the crystalline structure of
water, will lessen symptoms of bw testosterone and will increase blood levels of Total

The "n-fuzion" process has a potentiating effect on the medicinal properties of the
herbal botanicals.


1. Three Instruction Sheets for completing the Pre and Post Questionnaire and the Pre
and Post Blood Studies (Copy Available upon Request).

2.  Six Male Pre and Post Questionnaires (Copy Available upon Request).

3.  Six bottles of water n-fuzed Testosterone containing herbal extracts of Eurycoma
longifolia, Maca lepidium and Ptychopetalumolacoides.

4.  Six home blood spot test kits fromZRT Labs, Beaverton, Oregon

5. Three male volunteers within ages susceptible to low testosterone.


1. Each participant collected and submitted a blood sample to ZRT Labs for testing
blood levels of Total Testosterone.

2.  Each participant completed the Pre Questionnaire (Identical to the Post
Questionnaire). The questions were compiled within the following categories: Fatigue, General,
Hair, Hormonal, Mental/Emotional, Muscles, Pain, Skin, Sleep, Temperature, Urination,
Weight Gain and Other. Each question within each category required circling a number
from zero to ten. Zero was selected if there was never a problem with this particular sign
or symptom. Ten was selected if the sign or symptom was constant and at its worst. The numbers
two to nine were selected for each sign or symptom to indicate increasingly significant,
problematic gradients between one and nine.

3.  Each participant was instructed to consume one teaspoon ofn-fuzed Testosterone mid-
morning one teaspoon mid-afternoon and one teaspoon before bed each day.

NOTE: Because of difficulties in compliance, this was
modified, when necessary, to one tablespoon daily prior to bed or upon arising or mid-morning or mid-afternoon.

4.  After completely finishing two bottles ofn-fuzed Testosterone, each participant
completed the Post Questionnaire (Identical to the Pre Questionnaire).

5.  Also, upon completion oftwo bottles of n-fuzed Testosterone, each participant collected
and submitted a blood sample to ZRT Labs for evaluation of Total Testosterone.


All Pre and Post Questionnaire responses were recorded and
tabulated in spread sheets (Copies Available upon Request). On each individual's spread sheet, the
numerical responses to the questions in each category were totaled. A percentage was calculated
between the responses provided to each question in each category and a maximum often for
each question in each category. For example, participant J. S.'s total responses in
the Muscles category were thirteen. The total possible for the five questions in this
category is fifty. The calculation ofhis Muscles category percent was thirteen divided by fifty times
one hundred or 26%.

In comparing the Pre to Post Questionnaires, if the total of the responses to the Post questions
were numerically less than the total of the responses to the Pre questions,
these lesser Post percentages were interpreted as positive, signifying improvement, with a
decrease in severity and intensity, for each category where they occur. If the Post percentages were
more than the Pre percentages, a negative percent change resulted and was interpreted as a
worsening of signs and symptoms for each category where they occur. All positive and
negative changes were totaled for each participant to provide their results for Total Category

The Pre to Post % Change was calculated by subtracting the Post % Change from the
Pre %

Change, dividing the result by the Pre % Change and multiplying by 100. The Blood Study
results are self explanatory.

Summary of Results of the Pre and Post Questionnaires and the Blood Studies
(Copies of Spread Sheets Available upon Request)

Pre and Post Questionnaires                            Testosterone Blood Studies


Subject Total Categoiy Pre % to Post                                                Normal:
                    Change            % Change                                            Pre Post % Change

J. K.              124%                     91 %                                               246 ->316= 28%

J. S.               84%                      63 %                                              197->814 = 313 %

P. B.              231 %                    48%                                               186->419 = 125%

                     146 %                     67%                                                          155 %


Between the Pre and Post Questionnaires, the average Total Category improvement for the
three participants is + 146 %. The average Pre to Post Percent Change is + 67
%. The average increase in blood levels ofTotal Testosterone is + 155 %.

The results of this study confirm the Hyposthesis: n-fuzed Testosterone, an
all-natural combination ofherbal extracts of Eurycoma longifolia, Maca lepidiumand
Ptychopetalum okcoides, potentiated with a proprietary process to "n-fuze" their
electromagnetic properties into the crystalline structure of water, will lessen symptoms of low
testosterone and will increase blood levels of Total Testosterone.

Considering the safe use ofthe herbs in this formula by millions of people in many different
countries for hundreds of years, and the proprietary n-fuze process to
potentkte their effects, n-fuzed Testosterone provides a safe and effective natural alternative
for relieving the signs and symptoms of low testosterone and improving blood levels of

Note: All participants in this study requested notification
when this product would be available for purchase.

Low Testosterone Study with
n-fuzed Testosterone