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INGREDIENTS

Yohimbe ( Pausinystalia yohimbe )

Yohimbe is a tree that grows throughout the African nations of Cameroon, Gabon and Zaire.

For centuries, natives from these areas have ingested both the crude bark and purified compound as a tonic to enhance sexual prowess and as an aphrodisiac. The herb is a sensual stimulant for healthy men and women. Today, doctors prescribe an extract from the tree to treat organic impotence.

Saw palmetto

Saw palmetto is used in several forms of traditional medicine. Native Americans used the fruit for food and in the treatment of a variety of urinary and reproductive system problems. The Mayans drank it as a tonic, and the Seminoles used the berries as an expectorant and antiseptic.

Sarsaparilla ( Smilax Medica )

Sarsaparilla is a large woody vine growing up to 50 meters in length and is native to South America, Jamaica, the Caribbean, Mexico, Honduras and the West Indies. The root, used for medicinal purposes, is long and tuberous and supports a ground-trailing vine with paired tendrils for climbing. The fragrance of the root is considered pleasant with a spicy sweet taste. Sarsaparilla vine should not be confused with the tree, Sasparilla which was once used to flavor rootbeer.

Muira Puama ( Liriosma Ovata )

Muira puama, also called “potency wood,” is a bush or small tree up to 5 meters in height and is native to the Brazilian Amazon and other parts of northern Brazil.

Kola Nut

Kola nuts are used mainly for their stimulant and euphoriant qualities. They have effects similar to other xanthine-containing herbs like cocoa, tea, coffee, guarana and yerba mate. However, the effects are distinctively different, producing a stronger state of euphoria and well being. They have stimulant effects on the central nervous system and heart.

Ginkgo Biloba

Ginkgo leaf extract has been used to treat a variety of ailments and conditions, including asthma, bronchitis, fatigue, and tinnitus (ringing or roaring sounds in the ears). Today, people use ginkgo leaf extracts hoping to improve memory; to treat or help prevent Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia; to decrease intermittent claudication (leg pain caused by narrowing arteries); and to treat sexual dysfunction, multiple sclerosis, tinnitus, and other health conditions.

Eleuthero Ginseng ( Eleutherococcus sentieocus )

Ginseng: Ginseng is considered to be the “King of all Tonics” as it provides stimulation to the entire body for stress, fatigue, weakness, and deficiencies. It stimulates and improves the brain cells and is especially stimulating for mental fatigue. In China it is used as a preventative tonic. Ginseng works with the heart and with blood circulation, thus helpful with normalizing blood pressure, reducing cholesterol, and preventing artherosclerosis. It is nourishing to the blood and beneficial for anemia; also, helps to reduce blood sugar levels and beneficial in treating diabetes.

Ginger ( Zingiver Officinale )

Ginger is an excellent herb to use for strengthening and healing the respiratory system, as well as for fighting off colds and flu. It removes congestion, soothes sore throats, and relieves headaches and body aches. Combined with other herbs, it enhances their effectiveness. It is also very effective in combatting motion sickness.

Damiana ( Turnera Diffusa )

Damiana is an excellent strengthening remedy for the nervous system. It has an ancient reputation as an aphrodisiac. Whilst this may or may not be true, it has a definite tonic action on the central nervous and the hormonal system. As a useful anti-depressant, Damiana is considered to be aspecific in cases of anxiety and depression where there is a sexual factor. It may be used to strengthen the male sexual system.

Cinnamon ( Cinnamomum Cassia )

Cinnamon is a very elegant and useful aromatic, more grateful both to the palate and stomach than most other substances of this class. Like other aromatics, the effects of cinnamon are stimulating, heating, stomachic, carminative, and tonic; but it is rather used as an adjunct to other remedies than as a remedy itself.

Ashwaganda ( Witania Somnifera )

Ashwaganda is one of the most revered of all Ayurvedic herbs. it is considered to be the king of Ayurvedic tonics, meaning it helps nourish and strengthen the body’s inner reserves. It has been said to “impart the strength of a horsä, all who take it”.