Laxogenin for Muscle Growth

No matter how long you’ve lifted or how much progress you’ve made in your training, every lifter when asked “Are you satisfied with your gains?” will probably tell you “no.” They’d then follow with a winding answer about how they’d like to be a bit bigger, a bit stronger, or a bit faster.

In their pursuit of all things muscle and strength, lifters will default to the “staple” muscle building supplements like creatine, betaine, and beta alanine. However, what is a lifter supposed to supplement with after “exhausting” the likes of the “proven commodities”?

Are there any other options left on the table, or is it time to consider more aggressive means?

Today, we’re having a close up with one of the more intriguing natural anabolics in laxogenin, a plant steroid that’s gained quite the cult following in muscle building arenas.


Laxogenin is a steroidal sapogenin derived from smilax sieboldii, a relative of asparagus. It belongs to a group of plant-based steroids, known as brassinosteroids, that are typically found in small quantities in the leaves and seeds of a number of plants.


Laxogenin gained notoriety when researchers noted it touted an anabolic:androgenic ratio similar to that of Anavar (one of the most popular designer steroids of all time). During their investigation into laxogenin, researchers noted that in significantly increased protein synthesis and nitrogen retention.

What this means is that supplementing with laxogenin may improve lean mass gains, muscle recovery following exercise, and limit muscle protein breakdown. Additional benefits noted in the patent for laxogenin include synergism with other anabolic compounds, stress reduction, and improved body composition.

As an added bonus, unlike anavar, laxogenin is non-hormonal and requires no PCT!

What Laxogenin Does


If you’re interested in trying this all natural muscle builder and curious to see what it can do for you, check out Killer Labz Brute EAA.

Brute EAA pairs laxogenin alongside another all natural anabolic in epicatechin and mTOR-stimulating EAAs to promote muscle protein synthesis, lean mass gains, and recovery.