DAA 300 gms by Primaforce

  • Brand: Primaforce
  • Product Code: 811445020160
  • Availability: 12
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PrimaForce DAA is a great supplement for men who want to increase their libido. D-Aspartic Acid works by boosting natural test levels and is commonly taken by men after they turn 30, when their natural supply of test begins to fall. Another reason men take DAA is because it aids male fertility by improving sperm count and motility.

At various doses, DAA supplements have been reported to also help increase energy levels and build muscle.

  • HIGHEST QUALITY: Lab-tested for potency and purity. We use only pharmaceutical-grade, clinically-tested ingredients that are backed by the latest research and development.
  • BOOSTS TESTOSTERONE: Elevates natural testosterone production, which helps improve strength, enhance libido, and build muscle.
  • AIDS MALE FERTILITY: Improves sperm count and motility, which increases fertility.

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