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Since the dawn of the human race it is has been postulated that humankind is constantly evolving. In fact the father of evolution, Charles Darwin, proposed the idea that only the fittest among us survive.  Unfortunately the process of evolution is a slow one and we do not want to miss precious “gains” time.  You may already be behind due to genetics and it can be discouraging when you work hard but do not see the growth you desire.  No longer will be stuck in the middle of the pack because Olympus Labs can provide you an opportunity to forge a new destiny.  Ascend to the ranks of the aristocracy with KING’S BLOOD.


A revolution in hormonal optimization is here with the latest exemplary formula from Olympus Labs.  KING’S BLOOD was primarily designed as an advanced post cycle therapy (PCT) supplement. KING’S BLOOD is a surefire means to re-start your HPTA after the harshest of cycles.  However, KING’S BLOOD is much more than the ultimate PCT supplement, it is a potent test booster and anabolic powerhouse that can be used off-cycle.  KING’S BLOOD is such a dynamic supplement it can used in a variety of ways and can be stacked with other Olympus Labs products.


If you are unfamiliar with the motus operandi of Olympus Labs, it is to deliver Innovative products that actually yield Results at an amazing Value to the consumer.  KING’S BLOOD is no exception, with a total of 11 ingredients at effective doses of course we hold true to that promise.  At a total serving size of approximately 6g in KING’S BLOOD there will be exceptional results.  Don’t worry there are no fillers, no ingredients taking up space, only compounds befitting of a King.  What’s better is that will not take a King’s fortune to afford KING’S BLOOD, every layman will have the opportunity to join the ranks of the Royals.


Do you know why King’s are known to have multiple wives and mistresses?  They are alpha males, embodying the very definition of masculinity; virility, testosterone and strength.  KING’S BLOOD utilizes four targeted matrices to transform you into an alpha male. The Potent Testosterone and Strength Boosting matrix gets you nearly all the way to that goal with three patented ingredients; 300mg of EuryGold28®, 200mg of PrimaVie® Shilajit, and 600mg of KSM-66® Ashwagandha.  It will significantly increase free and total testosterone, strength and athletic performance.


With that explosive boost in testosterone will inevitably result in a subsequent rise in estrogen.  In order to maintain your male vigor it is beneficial to keep estrogen and associated rises in prolactin in check.  Prolactin is a hormone associated with the production of breast milk… not a good look for you!  The Estrogen & Prolactin Regulation blend will do exactly what the name suggests with effective doses of 1200mg Mucuna Prureins and 400mg Indole-3-carbinol (I3C).  We could very well stop here with five potent and completely dosed ingredients, but we said King not Prince.  There are still pathways we can  target!  


The Virility, LH & FSH Stimulation matrix consists of 600mg of Horny Goat Weed, 1500mg of Acetyl-L-Carnitine, 100mg of Royal Jelly and 1000mg of Ginger Rhizomes which will have your sex drive firing on all cylinders.  A strong sex drive is a characteristic associated with virile men, along with energy and strength.  This matrix will also stimulate luteinizing hormone (LH) and  follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), hormones that work synergistically to produce testosterone and regulate the reproductive system.  


The masterpiece is complete with 90mg of magnesium from Magnesium Aspartate, a highly bioavailable forms of magnesium and 50mg of zinc from zinc picolinate.  They are both essential minerals included in KING’S BLOOD to ensure you maintain adequate levels in your body.  A zinc deficiency can impact testosterone and weaken your immune system while a deficiency in magnesium can cause loss of appetite and fatigue.  You will want to avoid those consequences at all times, especially PCT.


Potent Testosterone and Strength Boosting:

Do you crave that alpha feeling?  That feeling that you are the strongest and most desirable guy in the gym?  The central focus of KING’S BLOOD is to significantly increase testosterone and strength, thus achieving that goal.  Olympus Labs would not expect you to put poor or ineffective extracts into your body ever, but even more important during PCT.  Therefore, we utilize three patented ingredients; 300mg of EuryGold28®, 200mg of PrimaVie® Shilajit, and 600mg of KSM-66® Ashwagandha.  They will significantly increase free and total testosterone, sperm motility (sperm production), strength and athletic performance.


PrimaVie® Shilajit

Shilajit is a blend of different minerals used in ayurvedic medicine, a holistic healing system developed in India thousands of years ago.  Olympus Labs uses PrimaVie® in KING’S BLOOD;     a high quality, clinically proven, Purified Shilajit, containing dibenzo-α-pyrones (DBPs), DBP-Chromoproteins (DCP), Fulvic Acid and over 40 different minerals, with very low levels of heavy metals.  Primavie® can increase endurance and athletic performance.  Furthermore, it has been found to increase total & free testosterone and sperm motility.


A randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical study was conducted to evaluate the effect of Purified Shilajit on male androgenic hormones.  Healthy male volunteers of age between 45 and 55 years were given PrimaVie. Treatment with Shilajit for consecutive 90 days significantly (P < 0.05) increased total testosterone, free testosterone and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEAS) compared with placebo. Gonadotropic hormones (LH and FSH) levels were well maintained.


60 infertile male patients with total sperm counts below 20 million ml(-1) semen were considered oligospermic and enrolled in a study (n = 35) to assess the safety and spermatogenic activity of processed Shilajit (PS). Initially, a PS capsule (100 mg) was administered twice daily after major meals for 90 days. Total semenogram and serum testosterone, luteinising hormone and follicle-stimulating hormone were estimated before and at the end of the treatment. Malondialdehyde (MDA), a marker for oxidative stress, content of semen and biochemical parameters for safety were also evaluated. Twenty-eight patients who completed the treatment showed significant (P < 0.001) improvement in spermia (+37.6%), total sperm count (+61.4%), motility (12.4-17.4% after different time intervals), normal sperm count (+18.9%) with concomitant decrease in pus and epithelial cell count compared with baseline value. Significant decrease of semen MDA content (-18.7%) was observed. Moreover, serum testosterone (+23.5%; P < 0.001) and FSH (+9.4%; P < 0.05) levels significantly increased.  HPLC chromatogram revealed inclusion of PS constituents in semen. Unaltered hepatic and renal profiles of patients indicated that PS was safe at the given dose. The study concluded that Shilajit can stimulate sperm production in infertile men.



EuryGold28® is a premium quality, standardized extract of Tongkat Ali, also known as Eurycoma Longifolia or Long Jack. Tongkat Ali is derived from a plant in South East Asia.and is commonly referred to as Malaysian ginseng.  It has traditionally been used as a general health tonic, adaptogen, and aphrodisiac.  Tonkat Ali consists of four components; Glycosaponins, Polysaccharides, Eurypeptides and Eurycomanone.  Eurypeptides are known for improving energy and libido as well as inducing the release of “free” testosterone from its binding hormone, sex hormone binding-globulin (SHBG).  EuryGold® contains a high percentageof  Eurypeptdes and eurycomanone, the most potent components of Tongkat Ali.    


The butanol, methanol, water and chloroform extracts of the roots of Eurycoma longifolia Jack were studied using various tests of potency of treated male rats. The results showed that E. longifolia produced a dose-dependent, recurrent and significant increase in the episodes of penile reflexes as evidenced by increases in quick flips, long flips and erections of the treated male rats during the 30 min observation period. These results provide further evidence that E. longifolia increases the aphrodisiac potency activity in treated animals.


A clinical study investigated the effects of a standardized methanol extract of E. longifolia Jack with infertile rats. The standardized MeOH extract at doses of 50, 100 and 200 mg/kg, co-administered with the EtOAc fraction of A. paniculata at 70 mg/kg were each given orally to male rats for 48 consecutive days. The spermatozoa count, morphology, motility, plasma testosterone level and Leydig cell count of the animals were statistically analyzed by ANOVA with a post-hoc Tukey HSD test. The results showed that the sperm count of rats given the standardized MeOH extract alone at doses of 50, 100 and 200 mg/kg were increased by 78.9, 94.3 and 99.2%, respectively when compared with that of control (p < 0.01). The low count, poor motility and abnormal morphology of the spermatozoa induced by the A. paniculata fraction were significantly reversed by the standardized MeOH extract of E. longifolia (p < 0.001). The plasma testosterone level of the rats treated with the standardized MeOH extract at 200 mg/kg was significantly increased (p < 0.01) when compared with that of the control and infertile animals. The spermatocytes in the seminiferous tubules and the Leydig cells appeared normal. Testosterone level was significantly higher in the testes (p < 0.01) than in the plasma after 30 days of oral treatment with the standardized MeOH extract.  Notably, eurycomanone alone was detected in the rat testis homogenates by HPLC-UV and confirmed by LC/MS, and may have contributed towards the improvement of sperm quality. These results indicate E. longifolia may potentially be suitable for the management of male infertility and eurycomanone is believed to be play a key role in that result.


Tongkat Ali (TA) was given to 63 subjects (32 men and 31 women) who were screened for moderate stress to assess the effect on stress hormones and mood.  The participants supplemented with a standardized hot-water extract of TA root or Placebo (PL) for 4 weeks. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) with significance set at p < 0.05 was used to determine differences between groups.  Significant improvements were found in the TA group for Tension (−11%), Anger (−12%), and Confusion (−15%). Stress hormone profile (salivary cortisol and testosterone) was significantly improved by TA supplementation, with reduced cortisol exposure (−16%) and increased testosterone status (+37%).


KSM-66® Ashwagandha

Withania somnifera, better known as ashwagandha, is an herb used in ayurvedic medicine.  Research has shown Ashwagandha Root can increase total testosterone, luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH).  It also has impressive benefits for athletic performance, including increases in strength and endurance as well as reductions in exercise induced muscle breakdown.  We elected to utilize KSM-66® Ashwagandha Root in KING’S BLOOD because it is a high quality concentrated extract, meaning  you will receive the benefits of Ashwagandha Root at a smaller dosage.  KSM-66® Ashwagandha is standardized to a withanolide content of at least 5% as measured by HPLC.  Withanolides have been found to inhibit cyclooxygenase enzymes which can reduce inflammation, lipid peroxidation, and proliferation of tumor cells.  They can also potentiate apoptosis or enhance the removal of potentially harmful damaged cells.


Forty-six male patients with oligospermia (sperm count < 20 million/mL semen) were enrolled and randomized either to treatment (n = 21) with KSM-66® full-spectrum root extract of Ashwagandha  for 90 days or to placebo (n = 25) in the same protocol. Semen parameters and serum hormone levels were estimated at the end of 90-day treatment. There was a 167% increase in sperm count (9.59 ± 4.37 × 10(6)/mL to 25.61 ± 8.6 × 10(6)/mL; P < 0.0001), 53% increase in semen volume (1.74 ± 0.58 mL to 2.76 ± 0.60 mL; P < 0.0001), and 57% increase in sperm motility (18.62 ± 6.11% to 29.19 ± 6.31%; P < 0.0001) on day 90 from baseline. There was minimal improvement in these parameters in the placebo-treated group. Furthermore, a significantly greater improvement and regulation were observed in serum hormone levels with the Ashwagandha treatment as compared to the placebo. These findings suggest that KSM-66® Ashwagandha can be beneficial as a treatment for low sperm count.


An 8-week, randomized, prospective, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical study sought to examine the possible effects of supplementation of KSM-66® Ashwagandha Root (600mg daily) on muscle mass and strength in healthy young men engaged in resistance training.  Compared to the placebo subjects, the group treated with ashwagandha had significantly greater increases in muscle strength on the bench-press exercise (Placebo: 26.4kg vs. Ashwagandha: 46.0kg) and the leg-extension exercise (Placebo: 9.8kg vs. Ashwagandha: 14.5kg) and significantly greater muscle size increase at the arms (Placebo: 5.3cm2 vs. Ashwagandha: 8.6 cm2) and chest (Placebo: 1.4 cm vs. Ashwagandha: 3.3 cm). Compared to the placebo subjects, the subjects receiving ashwagandha also had significantly greater reduction of exercise-induced muscle damage as indicated by the stabilization of serum creatine kinase (Placebo: 1307.5 U/L vs. Ashwagandha: 1462.6 U/L), significantly greater increase in testosterone level (Placebo: 18.0 ng/dL vs. Ashwagandha: 96.2 ng/dL), and a significantly greater decrease in body fat percentage (Placebo: 1.5% vs. Ashwagandha: 3.5%).


One of the more surprising and appreciable aspects of ashwagandha is the ability to reduce cortisol through its adaptogenic structure.  As you may know, there is a direct inverse relationship between testosterone and cortisol.  When cortisol rises, testosterone lowers and vice versa.  


A study was conducted with 64 subjects with a history of chronic stress to evaluate the safety and efficacy of a high-concentration full-spectrum extract of Ashwagandha roots (KSM-66®) in reducing stress and anxiety.  The treatment group were given a daily dose of 300mg of high-concentration full-spectrum extract from the root of the Ashwagandha plant.  The treatment group exhibited a significant reduction (P<0.0001) in scores on all the stress-assessment scales on day 60, relative to the placebo group. The serum cortisol levels were substantially reduced (P=0.0006) in the Ashwagandha group, relative to the placebo group which indicates Ashwagandha root extract safely and effectively improves an individual’s resistance towards stress and thereby improves self-assessed quality of life.


Estrogen & Prolactin Regulation:

It is a normal occurrence to experience an associated rise in estrogen when utilizing testosterone boosting supplements.  Although a modest amount of estrogen in males is beneficial, it is important to regulate those levels.  High estrogen levels are associated with several diseases including prostate cancer.  Furthermore, with a rise in estrogen there can be an associated rise in prolactin.  As previously mentioned, prolactin is a hormone associated with the production of breast milk.  Any plans to breastfeed anytime soon?  I did not think so!  The good news is that The Estrogen & Prolactin Regulation blend will keep both estrogen and prolactin in check with effective doses of Mucuna Prureins (1200mg) and Indole-3-carbinol (I3C).  


Indole-3-carbinol (I3C)

Indole-3-carbinol (I3C) is derived from cruciferous vegetables (Brassicas) including broccoli, kale, and cauliflower.  Along with its biologically active component dimer diindolylmethane (DIM) it is believed to have an anti-cancer effect due to its activation of the estrogen receptor.  Furthermore, a combination of epidemiological and experimental data provides suggestive evidence that a high intake of cruciferous vegetables protects against carcinogens, cancer causing substances.


The ability of indole-3-carbinol (IC), an anticarcinogen present in cruciferous vegetables, to induce CYP1A1, CYP1A2, CYP2B1/2, CYP2E1 and CYP3A1/2 in female rat liver was determined by Western analysis using monoclonal antibodies and compared to effects produced by pregnenolone carbonitrile in animals of both sexes. The ontogeny of induction of these cytochrome P450 isozymes in response to oral administration of IC was also investigated. An inverse correlation was observed between the 6 beta-hydroxylation of androsterone (A) and the induction by IC of CYP3A1/2, the P450 isozyme responsible for the bulk of hepatic 6 beta-hydroxylation of 4-androstenedione (AD). The effect of inhibitors on the formation of 6 beta-OHA from A or AD was also determined and shown to differ from their action on the P450 isozymes involved in the formation of the 6 beta-hydroxylated derivatives of AD or lithocholic acid. The results indicate that the enzyme induced by IC is distinct from the CYP3A1/2 which catalyzes hydroxylations at position 6 beta, allylic in AD but not in the fully saturated ring system of A. The increased hepatic conversion of A to its biologically less active 6 beta-OHA metabolite after treatment of female rats with IC could possibly contribute to the anticarcinogenic action of indole carbinols.  It is also proposed that the action of multiple inducers present in cruciferous and other vegetables might produce androgen metabolic profiles very different from those produced by individual components isolated from them.


3,3Õ-Diindolylmethane (DIM), a major in vivo product of acid-catalyzed oligomerization of indole-3-carbinol (I3C), is a promising anticancer agent present in vegetables of the Brassica genus. We investigated the effects of DIM on estrogen-regulated events in human breast cancer cells and found that DIM was a promoter-specific activator of estrogen receptor (ER) function in the absence of 17beta-estradiol (E(2)). DIM weakly inhibited the E(2)-induced proliferation of ER-containing MCF-7 cells and induced proliferation of these cells in the absence of steroid, by approximately 60% of the E(2) response. DIM had little effect on proliferation of ER-deficient MDA-MB-231 cells, suggesting that it is not generally toxic at these concentrations. Although DIM did not bind to the ER in this concentration range, as shown by a competitive ER binding assay, it activated the ER to a DNA-binding species. DIM increased the level of transcripts for the endogenous pS2 gene and activated the estrogen-responsive pERE-vit-CAT and pS2-tk-CAT reporter plasmids in transiently transfected MCF-7 cells. In contrast, DIM failed to activate transcription of the simple E(2)- and diethylstilbesterol-responsive reporter construct pATC2. The estrogen antagonist ICI 182780 (7alpha-[9-[(4,4,5,5, 5-pentafluoropentyl)sulfonyl]nonyl]-estra-1,3,5(10)-triene-3, 17beta-diol) was effective against DIM-induced transcriptional activity of the pERE-vit-CAT reporter, which further supports the hypothesis that DIM is acting through the ER. We demonstrated that ligand-independent activation of the ER in MCF-7 cells could be produced following treatment with the D1 dopamine receptor agonist SKF-82958 [(+/-)6-chloro-7,8-dihydroxy-3-allyl-1-phenyl-2,3,4, 5-tetrahydro-1H-3-benzazepinehydrobromide]. We also demonstrated that the agonist effects of SKF-82958 and DIM, but not of E(2), could be blocked by co-treatment with the protein kinase A (PKA) inhibitor H-89 (N-[2-(p-bromocinnamylamino)ethyl]-5-isoquinolinesulfonamide). These results have uncovered a promoter-specific, ligand-independent activation of ER signaling for DIM that may require activation by PKA, and suggest that this major I3C product may be a selective activator of ER function.



Mucuna Pruriens is a plant found in India, the Caribbean and Africa. It is actually a legume meaning it have a caloric content.  Mucuna (velvet) beans contain 20-35% protein by total caloric content.  Mucuna has been found to increase testosterone, LH and sperm motility.  It also increases dopamine, adrenaline, and noradrenaline levels due to the fact L-dopa is found in high quantities in Mucuna Pruriens. L-dopa is a precursor to dopamine and is known to stimulate the release of growth hormone.


A study was conducted to investigate the mechanism of action of mucuna pruriens in the treatment of male infertility.  There were 150 test subjects, 75 infertile men who were given mucuna pruriens and 75 fertile who were utilized as a control.  Mucuna pruriens significantly improved serum testosterone, LH, dopamine, adrenaline, and noradrenaline levels.  In addition, sperm count and motility were significantly recovered in infertile men after treatment.  These results suggest mucuna pruriens regulates steroidogenesis and improves semen quality in infertile men.

Another reason we included Mucuna Pruriens in KING’S BLOOD was for the effect of L-dopa on prolactin.  Prolactin is a hormone produced in the pituitary gland in the brain.  Elevated levels of prolactin in the blood of males can be caused by high estrogen which you should be closely monitoring in PCT. Several studies have looked at the effect of dopamine and dopamine agonists on prolactin.   The consensus has been that this hormone can inhibit the release of prolactin.  An animal study investigating the effect of L-Dopa on prolactin regulation found a direct inhibition of prolactin release from the pituitary.


Virility, LH & FSH Stimulation:

How is your strength and stamina …outside of the gym?  You need that KING’S BLOOD!  A King is an alpha male; strong, virile and able to carry on their name.  Even if you do not plan to procreate the effects of infertility are quite undesirable.  Virile men have more energy, strength and most importantly a stronger sex drive.  With 600mg of Horny Goat Weed, 1500mg of Acetyl-L-Carnitine, 100mg of Royal Jelly and 1000mg of Ginger Rhizomes you will experience an increase in sperm motility which is indicative of a strong sex drive.  This matrix also has you covered by stimulating luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH).  LH is a hormone produced in the pituitary gland that triggers the leydig cells, in the testes, to produce testosterone.  FSH is also a hormone produced in the pituitary gland that works synergistically with LH that to regulate the reproductive system.  


Horny Goat weed 20% icariin

Horny Goat Weed is a herb called Epimedium that is known for being an aphrodisiac.  The more common name for Epimedium was coined after goats and sheep became uncharacteristically active after consuming this herb that had been grown near their fields.  Epimedium species have been utilized in Traditional Chinese Medicine for many years for the treatment of erectile dysfunction.  Icariin (ICA), a component of Epimedium species is the key driver of that mechanism due to its function as a phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitor.  PDE-5 inhibitors blocks the degradative action of an enzyme called Cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP) in the muscle cells lining the blood vessels that supply the penis.  Yes, more blood to the penis!


In order to verify mechanism of the therapeutic action of icariin on erectile dysfunction (ED) the inhibitory effects of icariin on PDE5 and PDE4 activities were investigated by the two-step radioisotope procedure with [(3)H]-cGMP/[(3)H]-cAMP. Papaverine served as the control drug.

Icariin and papaverine showed dose-dependent inhibitory effects on PDE5 and PDE4 activities. The IC(50) of Icariin and papaverine on PDE5 were 0.432 micromol/L and 0.680 micromol/L, respectively and those on PDE4, 73.50 micromol/L and 3.07 micromol/L, respectively. The potencies of selectivity of icariin and papaverine on PDE5 (PDE4/PDE5 of IC(50)) were 167.67 ‘times and 4.54 times, respectively.  These results demonstrate Icariin is a cGMP-specific PDE5 inhibitor that may be an effective agent for the treatment of ED.


A study was designed to evaluate the penile hemodynamic (blood flow profile), and tissue effects of Icarin (ICA) as well as the vitro effects on cultured pelvic ganglia in nerve injured rats. Rats were subjected to cavernous nerve injury and subsequently treated for 4 weeks with either a placebo solution of normal saline and Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) or ICA dissolved in DMSO at doses of 1, 5, and 10 mg/kg. A separate group underwent a single dose of ICA 10 mg/kg 2 hours prior to functional testing.  Rats treated with low-dose ICA demonstrated significantly higher ICP/MAP and AUC/MAP ratios compared with control and single-dose ICA animals. Immunohistochemistry and Western blot were revealing of significantly greater positivity for nNOS and calponin in penile tissues of all rats treated with ICA. ICA led to significantly greater neurite length in cultured specimens of pelvic ganglia.  These results suggest Icarin may positively influence nerve tissue growth in addition to its known (PDE5) inhibiting effects.



Acetyl-L-Carnitine (ALCAR) is a form of carnitine with an acetyl group attached.  Your body produces it in the liver and kidneys and stores it in the skeletal muscles, heart, brain, and sperm.  Carnitine has been proposed as a treatment for many conditions because it acts as an antioxidant. Antioxidants fight harmful particles in the body known as free radicals, which damage cells and tamper with DNA.  Carnitine is well known as a transporter of long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria so they can be oxidized to produce energy.  Perhaps not as well known is the ability of carnitine to increase LH and sperm motility.


In a clinical study the efficacy of acetyl-L-carnitine (ALC) administration in hypogonadism affected subjects was investigated.  24 patients affected by stress-induced hypogonadism were divided into two groups according to LH plasma levels: group A, hypo-LH (LH≤3 mIU/ml; no.=16), and group B, normo-LH (LH>3 mIU/ml; no.=8), were treated with ALC (1 g/day, per os) for 16 weeks.  The hypo-LH patients showed a significant increase in LH plasma levels (from 1.4±0.3 to 3.1±0.5 mIU/ml, p<0.01) and in LH pulse amplitude (p<0.001). No changes were observed in the normo-LH group.  Maximal LH response and area under the curve under naloxone were significantly increased (p<0.05 and p<0.01, respectively). No changes were observed in the normo-LH patients.  The study concluded ALC can counteract the stress-induced abnormalities in hypo-LH patients affected by hypogonadism.


A placebo-controlled double-blind randomized trial was carried out to determine the efficacy of combined l-carnitine and l-acetyl-carnitine therapy in infertile males with low sperm count.  Sixty infertile patients (aged 20-40 years) with the following baseline sperm selection criteria: concentration, 10 to 40 x 10(6)/mL; forward motility, <15%; total motility, 10% to 40%; and atypical forms, <80%. Fifty-six patients completed the study.  The participants received a combined treatment of l-carnitine (2 g/d) and l-acetyl-carnitine (1 g/d) or placebo for 6 months.  Increases were observed in all sperm parameters after combined carnitine treatment, but the most significant improvement in sperm motility (both forward and total) was present in patients who had lower initial absolute values of motile sperm (<4 x 10(6) forward or <5 x 10(6) total motile spermatozoa per ejaculate).  The study authors concluded combined treatment with l-carnitine and l-acetyl-carnitine in a controlled study was effective in increasing sperm motility, especially in groups with lower baseline levels.  It is highly recommended that you stack     TR1UMPH which contains 2g L-carnitine and KING’S BLOOD that contains 1.5g ALCAR, whether it be in PCT or a standalone natural anabolic cycle.


Ginger Rhizome

Ginger Rhizome is the root of the ginger plant (Zingiber officinale) typically used as a culinary spice or as a medicinal supplement.  Ginger and its constituents are stated to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.  It also possesses anti-hepatotoxic properties, providing extra liver protection which is always beneficial in PCT.  Furthermore, ginger has been found to increase testosterone and sperm production.  Unfortunately, you won’t experience those benefits by sprinkling ginger on your food.  But with 1000mg of ginger you will feast like a KING.

In a study on infertile men ginger was associated with increases in testosterone (17.7%), follicle stimulating hormone (17.6%), luteinizing hormone (43.2%), and sperm motility (47.3%), morphology (18.4%), viability (40.7%), count (16.2%), and ejaculate volume (36.1%)


Royal Jelly

Royal Jelly is produced from the hypopharyngeal, mandibular and post cerebral glands of nurse bees.  It consists of 66% water, 15% sugars, 5% lipids, and 13% proteins, essential amino acids and vitamins.  Royal Jelly


A clinical study was conducted to assess the impact of Royal Jelly on male infertility. 833 infertile men were enrolled in the study where 22 men were treated with 100mg Royal Jelly, 21 with 50mg Royal Jelly, twenty with 25mg Royal Jelly and 20 with a placebo (pure honey).  After three months of treatment, sperm motility, testosterone levels and luteinizing hormone levels increased significantly in infertile men treated with Royal Jelly. The study concluded that Royal Jelly is a safe and effective treatment for male infertility.


A study was conducted to assess the protective effect of royal jelly on sperm parameters and malondialdehyde (MDA) production in rats.  Forty adult male wistar rats (220±20gr) were randomly divided into 4 groups (n=10). Control group (CG) received normal saline 10 ml/kg twice a week with Intraperitoneal (I.P) for 48 days (0.3 ml/rat). Royal Jelly group (RJG) received jelly (100 mg/kg daily) for 48 days orally. Bleomycin group (BLG) received BL (10 mg/kg twice a week) with I.P for 48 days. Royal Jelly+ Bleomycin group (RJ+BLG) received royal Jelly (100 mg/kg /day) orally concomitant with BL administration.  BL caused a significant (p<0.05) decline in sperm count, sperm viability, motility as well as testosterone concentration compared to control group while significant (p<0.05) increases in immature sperm, sperm with damaged DNA and MDA concentration were announced in BL in comparison with CG and RJ+BLG. Royal jelly improved Bleomycin-induced toxicity on sperm parameters and testosterone and MDA concentrations.  These results support the hypothesis that BL adversely affects sperm parameters and MDA and the RJ with antioxidant properties has positive effects on these parameters.


Mineral Health Optimization:

KING’S BLOOD covers all the bases even the minor, but not insignificant, details. We included two essential minerals; 90mg of magnesium from Magnesium Aspartate, a highly bioavailable form of magnesium and 50mg of zinc from zinc picolinate as anti-deficiency measure.  A zinc deficiency can impact testosterone and weaken your immune system while a deficiency in magnesium can cause loss of appetite and fatigue.  Maintaining adequate levels of these essential minerals is very important at all times, especially PCT.


Zinc Picolinate

Zinc is also an essential mineral that is critical in maintaining your health.  Zinc is found in several foods like red meat, poultry, seafood and fortified cereals.  It boosts your immune system to allow you to fight off bacteria viruses.  It also contributes to cellular processes in the body including the production of proteins and DNA.  Zinc is found in several foods like red meat, poultry, seafood and fortified cereals.  Studies have shown that zinc plays an important role in modulating serum testosterone levels in normal men hence the hefty dose of 50mg of zinc from zinc picolinate in KING’S BLOOD.


Magnesium Aspartate

Magnesium is an essential dietary mineral, and the second most prevalent electrolyte in the human body. It is found in several foods including nuts, seeds, legumes, leafy greens, dairy products, bran cereal, brown rice and fortified foods.  Magnesium has several health benefits including blood pressure and blood sugar regulation, muscle and nerve function, and the construction of protein, bone and DNA.  According to the Office of Dietary Supplements, men should consume approx. 400-420mg of magnesium daily.  But since magnesium is prevalent in several foods and high supplemental doses are associated with GI distress, KING’S BLOOD yields 90mg of magnesium from Magnesium Aspartate.  Magnesium aspartate was chosen because it is among the most bioavailable forms of magnesium.


Caution:  Magnesium may interact with Bisphosphonates, used to treat osteoporosis, antibiotics, diuretics or prescription drugs.



The most advanced PCT supplement or the most intense test booster created?   KING’S BLOOD can serve either purpose based on your needs.  No matter what you route you choose the Olympus Labs commitment of Innovation, Value Results will be thrust into action.  KING’S BLOOD contains a total of 11 ingredients at complete doses.  Olympus Labs takes the guesswork out of supplementation, there are no fillers, no ingredients taking up space, only compounds befitting of a King.


KING’S BLOOD utilizes four targeted matrices to transform you into an alpha male, a Royal.. The Potent Testosterone and Strength Boosting matrix boosts free and total testosterone , strength and athletic performance.  The Estrogen & Prolactin Regulation maintains your masculinity by keeping blend keeps estrogen and prolactin at bay.  The Virility, LH & FSH Stimulation matrix will have your sex drive firing on all cylinders.  It will ensure your reproductive system is operating optimally with increases in testosterone and sperm motility. KING’S BLOOD is complete with the addition of two essential minerals,  Magnesium Aspartate and Zinc Picolinate, to regulate blood pressure and maintain a healthy immune system, among other benefits.


KING’S BLOOD will claim the crown as the most advanced PCT supplement on the market.  It has no equal, in terms of quality, efficacy or value!  Similarly it will claim the crown as the most potent off-cycle test booster.  KING’S BLOOD will alter your approach to PCT, to training and to supplementation.  


Are you ready to defy your genetics? Are you ready to defy the laws of evolution?  Are you

ready to forge a new destiny and ascend the ranks of the aristocracy.  It can be reality with KING’S BLOOD!


Directions: As an adult dietary supplement, take 5 capsules twice daily with or without meals.



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