Hawthorn Berries

(Last Updated On: July 14, 2018)

Can Hawthorn Berries Provide An Increase In Testosterone

There a number of testosterone boosting products that include Hawthorn Berries in their ingredient formula….

We have taken a good look at this ingredient and our findings are as follows:

Hawthorn-berries-PosternHawthorn Berries ( real name Crataegus Pinnatifida) is a commonly used herbal extract that is traditionally used to boost Heart health.

Also known as:

Chinese Hawthorn, Shanzha, Shanlihong and Yixintong

The fruit of the Crataegus Pinnatifida, it is native to northern China, and can also be found in parts of Japan, Europe,North America and South Korea..

There are up to 18 different types of the plant, and most have similar properties ( it is claimed)

Its key components include

  • Catechin
  • Procyanidins
  • Quercetin
  • Chlorogenic acid
  • Vitexin
  • Citric, Quinic and Malic acids.


Most parts of the plant does appear to have extremely good levels of anti-oxidants, largely due to its high levels of phenolic compounds..

The fruit is the most commonly used part in health supplements.


The most common uses for Hawthorn berry include the treatment of Congestive Heart Failure, High Blood Pressure, Hypoxia and Hyperlipemia ( abnormally high levels of lipids and lipid protein in the blood)

It has also been shown to help boost hair growth in Wistar Lab Rats, so could have the same effect when used by men suffering with hairloss (untested on humans).

Hawthorn Berries And Testosterone Boosting

There have been no clinical trials that have investigated the possibility of hawthorn and any testosterone boosting properties..

In fact there have been NO human trials whatsoever on hawthorn on its affects on any health condition


Hawthorn has no clinically approved benefits regarding testosterone boosting, we suggest that you avoid any product that tells you otherwise…

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