>> As far as I understand, no plants have human hormones in them. However,
> another excellent source you might check out is Bastyr College, a college of
> natural medicine in Seattle, esp. any practitioners experienced with cancer as
> some cancers can be affected hormonally. Therfore these doctors would be
> interested in finding hormone affecting phytotherapies.
> By the way, it's spelled ginseng, not ginsing or gingsing.
> Good luck.
I found out that LIGNANS from flexseed has estrogenic effect and binds
with estrogen receptor. It should be the testosterone equivalence of
LIGNAN that I am looking for. Any herbs that contain this equivalence
will have testosterone-like effect with much much less potency