The best tongkat ali dosage has not been established by any agency, but consider this . . . Introduce tongkat into your system gradually so you can avoid tongkat ali side effects. Tongkat can have some powerful effect so don't rush it. For men: Take 300 mg to 600 mg per day.
Start with (1) 300 mg capsule per day for the first 3 or 4 days. 1 capsule may be a high enough dosage for you. Women can take tongkat, but limit intake to 300 mg daily. Add another 300 mg per day for 3 to 4 days to determine if this is the right dose and if you get the tongkat ali benefits you want.
I've seen recommendations up to 1200 mg, 4 capsules per day, taken at intervals throughout the day. This may be the right dosage if you are bodybuilding. I don't recommend taking such a high dosage. And for cost, always use the lowest possible dosage that gets you the results you want - on any supplement not just tongkat.
Tongkat ali is best taken in the morning and with a meal. It can cause insomnia in large doses. Order Premium Tongkat Cheap from a reputable site.
Tongkat Ali extract works best when it's "cycled". Cycle tongkat for an amount of time twice as long as you are off of it. You can take it for 1 week and then go off for 4 days or take it for 2 weeks and go off for 1 week. You should limit tongkat to 2 weeks on at a time. And after 2 to 3 months of cycling, you'll get the best benefit by taking off for a month before starting again. See Cycling Supplements.
You should cycle Tongkat Ali because your body will have a natural tendency to develop a tolerance. The key is to not let your body compensate through natural processes. So cycling tongkat gives you maximum benefit while minimizing tolerance and compensation. Finding the cycle and tongkat ali dosage that works best for you, is the key to success with Tongkat Ali. Check out tongkat bodybuilding workouts for details on combining tongkat with exercise.
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