The bulbine herb is available in a number of Nutra products. Any reason these other products wouldn't be just as good as this one?
Mike Mahler's site says that other bulbine formulations do little. Of course, I have no knowledge of the subject other than the few things I've read on the internet. There's not that much out there on this herb yet, so I'm not sure what to tell you.
Now there is an interesting forum post out there that is written supposedly by well-connected guy who experimented with bulbine. It's an int'g post and well worth the read imo. He states some interesting things here:http://www.talkanabolics.com/post/Bulbine-Natalensis-the-truth.-6108447
"And i found that all this information about 8 kilos to be harvested for just 377 grams of extract, maybe true, but is the extract the right one?
Native africans use the whole plant, not an extract to get aphrodisiac effects, so i started playing around with the whole plant, not an ethanol, or aqueas extract...The results were interesting i had an increase in my test levels to 1152ng, wich is a big increase...Then i got a client involved,...The results in a 2 week span with a client were very similar, his test levels were between 450ng and 530 on his previous bloods, after 2 weeks at the dosing protocol i suggested with the whole plant extract we saw a rise to 910ng then it started to taper off..."
Anyway, I don't know what to make of all of this. All I can say is that this appears to be one potent herb. As mentioned in my article, it seems to work on both LH and the testes and thus may have the remarkable ability to help both primary and secondary hypogonadal men. Is it safe? Well, time will tell on that.
My gut feeling is that this will not really be used that much by the everday Joe's with low testosterone due to the fact it requires cycling but will be highly used by serious and competitive athletes and bodybuilders to get an edge. This is especially true in the beginning where some monitoring probably needs to occur.