A formula created especially for men to tone the male reproductive/hormonal system, help maintain circulation to the lower extremities, maintain energy and benefit overall long-term sexual health as well as supporting short-term performance.
Yohimbe bark (pronounced yoh-heem-buh) is an herbal supplement associated with anti-aging effects. It is used to naturally treat erectile dysfunction, low libido, hormonal imbalances and symptoms like low energy. Yohimbe has a long history of use in Western Africa, where the plant originates. It’s still grown there today, especially for its apparent aphrodisiac abilities. According to a 2013 report published in Pharmacognosy Review, Yohimbe is the only herb listed for sexual function the Physician’s Desk Reference. Yohimbe has earned the nickname “herbal viagra.” It has been used in certain medications, especially those indicated to treat sexual dysfunction, for over 75 years.
Epimedium plant is also known as barrenwort, fairy wings or the more common ‘horny goat weed’ because of its proven aphrodisiac properties. The Epimedium plant is said to contain certain chemical compounds, otherwise known as flavonoids that have antioxidant properties, in addition to having phytoestrogens which have effects similar to the estrogen. This phytoestrogen, known as epimedium icariin is said to block the activity of a certain enzyme in the body, somewhat similar to the drugs that treat erectile dysfunction. Basically, icariin helps in the efficient transmission of an important cellular signaling molecule, Nitrous Oxide, which in turn increases the free form of testosterone hormones.
Muira puama (marapuama) is a medicinal plant found in the Amazon rainforest. Muira puama helps with sexual dysfunction, improves cognitive function, and may reduce stress, anxiety, and fatigue.
Guarana, medically known as Paullinia cupana, stands out is its stimulant properties. The "Nursing Herbal Remedies Handbook" states that guarana contains three to seven percent caffeine. Compare that to coffee, which contains between one to two percent caffeine. The other key difference from coffee is that natural guarana has also been shown in studies to improve memory and alertness and often improve a person's mood without the same negative side effects of coffee. The Amazon tribe that originally discovered this berry knew these benefits quite well. The Guaranis (who the fruit was named after) believed the plant could provide enough endurance, that just by drinking it, one could go on a hunt for days without food and without feeling hunger or fatigue. They also credited the drink for helping cure headaches, relieve fever and painful muscle spasms, and help with bowel movement issues.
Prickly Ash is a relatively small tree or shrub in the Rutaceae family. The plant which is known scientifically as Zanthoxylum americanum is a native of North America and grows freely in central and eastern parts of the US as well as Canada. Other common names for the plant are Northern Prickly-ash, Suterberry and Pepper Wood. It is also known as Toothache tree because the Native Americans often chewed on the bark or fruit to help relieve the pain from a toothache. Prickly ash has traditionally been used to improve circulation around the body which brings a range of health benefits. By improving the flow of blood and oxygen around the body, the herb can have a positive impact on the heart and the muscles. It also helps ensure nutrients get circulated efficiently throughout the system and helps cleanse toxins from the body. These warming effects and the improved flow of blood and oxygen can also have a positive impact on conditions like varicose veins and help wound healing.
Stinging nettle, or urtica dioica, is a perennial flowering plant that has been used medicinally for ages, dating back as far as Ancient Greece. Today, it can be found all over the world, but its origins are in the colder regions of Europe and Asia. The plant usually grows between two to four feet high and blooms from June to September. It grows best in nitrogen-rich soil, has heart-shaped leaves, and produces yellow or pink flowers. The herb has anti-inflammatory qualities that can affect treatment of many health issues. The aboveground parts have typically aided in allergy relief and other breathing-related problems. The roots are able to provide relief for urinary disorders and enlarged prostate as well.
Ginkgo biloba, which is also known as maidenhair, is an ancient plant extract that has been used in China medicinally to heal various health ailments for thousands of years. In fact, the University of Maryland Medical Center reports that ginkgo biloba is the oldest tree species on earth, and today it is one of the top-selling herbal treatments worldwide. Ginkgo’s been widely studied for its effective anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, platelet-forming and circulation-boosting effects. According to current research, ginkgo biloba benefits include improved cognitive function, positive mood, increased energy, improved memory and reduced symptoms related to multiple chronic diseases — for instance, it’s been used as an asthma natural remedy, ADHD natural remedy, and dementia treatment.
Maca root Despite being revered for its medicinal properties for thousands of years, Maca root is one of the newest remedies to take center stage in the natural health community, and its newfound superfood status is well-deserved. Researchers are continually turning up new health benefits associated with this powerful root vegetable. Known by its scientific name, Lepidium meyenii, maca is a type of cruciferous vegetable native to the Andes of Peru. Maca has a similar appearance and size as radishes or turnips with green tops and roots that range in color from yellow to purple and black. Those who regularly use maca powder report that it makes them feel more awake, energized and driven, often relatively quickly after beginning to use it. Plus, maca can help increase energy without giving you the “jitters” or a sense of shakiness like the high level of caffeine can. Clinical trials have shown that maca may positively impact energy and stamina. Maintaining positive energy levels can also help improve mood, and some early studies have even found that maca may reduce symptoms of depression.
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