A sponsor came to me. Andro-Plus. We discussed, agreed, and now he's an official sponsor of Cappy Cap. However, it is interesting how he became a sponsor.
In addition dedicating myself to lifting, running, giving up booze, and dieting, I wanted to see what other supplements I could take to achieve my goal of look un-shirt-worthy this summer. This included Creatine, vitamins, and other supplements, but what I wanted was a testosterone supplement.
Enter the US health care industry.
I just can't buy "Andro-Gel." No, I need a prescription.
And I just can't get a prescription. No, I need to see a generalist first who will then recommend me to a specialist who will run some tests so that some day, some how, I might get a prescription.
This reminded me of when I wanted to test my potency and ensure my vasectomy had held.
No, the lab couldn't just run a test.
I would have to see a doctor first who would then authorize me to have a lab test.
In frustration and knowing where there's a will, there's a free market way, I turned to the internet where they have do it yourself lab kits to test your, ahem, virility. Sure enough, I saved myself about $400 in unnecessary health care costs, and so I thought I'd do the same with testosterone supplements.
Andro-Plus was recommended to me by Davis Aurini. I bought it for $100, took it, and knew full well I would live with the consequences if I grew a third arm, but that thankfully did not happen. I can't guarantee you that YOU won't grow a third arm, but if you're sick and tired of needing the government's and the doctor's permission to receive the medical treatments you want as a full grown adult, and would still like to at least give a testosterone supplement a try, I recommend Andro-Plus.
You can buy some here if you so desire.