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LJPRO50 high absorption is a new and unique biotechnological formula of herbal remedies of the highest quality to rejuvenate, regenerate, enhance and boost the body physiological functions. It regulates and promotes blood circulation as well as nourishes the kidneys, promotes all vital organs and enhancing vitality and general well being.What is LJPRO50 high absorption
- Stimulating and rejuvenating the entire body system.
- Remedy for kidney, heart and liver. Strengthen the backbones and tissues.
- Increase vital enzymes, hormones and proteins, activate blood circulation and invigorate the blood.
- Promote prostate health for men, improves fertility and reproductive vigor for man and women.
Each LJPRO50TM high absorption capsule (350mg) contains:
- Eurycoma Longifolia Extract – 50mg
- Epimedium Grandflorum Extract – 50mg
- Lepidium meyenii Extract – 50mg
- Cordyceps sinensis Extract – 50mg
- Gingko Biloba Extract – 50mg
- Saw Palmetto Extract – 50mg
- Tribulus terrestris Extract – 50mg
1. Eurycoma Longifolia
Eurycoma longifolia (commonly called tongkat ali or pasak bumi) is a flowering plant in the family Simaroubaceae, native to Indonesia, Malaysia, and, to a lesser extent, Thailand, Vietnam, and Laos. Many of the common names refer to the plant’s medicinal use and extreme bitterness.
Eurycoma longifolia is a small, everred treelet growing to 15 m (49 ft) tall with spirally arranged, pinnate leaves 20–40 cm (8–16 inches) long with 13–41 leaflets. The flowers are dioecious, with male and female flowers on different trees; they are produced in large panicles, each flower with 5–6 very small petals. The fruit is green ripening dark red, 1–2 cm long and 0.5–1 cm broad.
2010 ethnopharmacological inventory study on Eurycoma longifolia stated: “The plant parts have been traditionally used for its antimalarial, aphrodisiac, anti-diabetic, antimicrobial and antipyretic activities…” Even though there are many other legitimate medical areas of interest in Eurycoma longifolia, most Southeast Asians consume it for the plant’s impact on sexual conduct. Already in 2001, Malaysian scientific researchers opened their peer-reviewed, Medline-archived report on Eurycoma longifolia’s effect with the statement “that Eurycoma longifolia Jack commonly known as Tongkat Ali has gained notoriety as a symbol of man’s ego and strength by the Malaysian men because it increases male virility and sexual prowess during sexual activities.” An article on the website of the scientific journal Nature referred to Eurycoma longifolia as Malaysia’s home-grown Viagra and cited “increased sexual desire, enhanced performance and general well-being”. This journal article is also indexed on Medline, but without abstract.
Some scientific studies found that it enhances sexual characteristics and performance. In another experiment, it was found that the plasma testosterone level of those treated with eurycoma longifolia extract was higher than the control group and that lead to an increase in sperm count.
Another group of scientists confirmed that Eurycoma longifolia has the capacity to “reverse the inhibitory effects of estrogen on testosterone production and spermatogenesis.” One Medline-indexed journal article cited as result that Eurycoma longifalia had an effect similar to testosterone replacement therapy in counteracting osteoporosis.
An Italian study on Eurycoma longifolia noted improved sexual performance in lab animals and concluded that the “effect could be mainly ascribed to increased testosterone levels.” After scientists investigating Eurycoma longifolia’s effect on sexual parameters had established that sexualizing effects went hand-in-hand with increased testoterone tone, researchers in the field of sports medicine started to look into the anabolic potential of the plant.
In a placebo-controlled human study with healthy young men in a weight-training program, it was found that “the lean body mass of the treatment group showed a significant increment, from 52.26 (7.18) kg to 54.39 (7.43) kg (p = 0.012).” Furthermore, “the increase in strength in the treatment group was larger than in the placebo group (6.78% and 2.77% respectively)… The mean arm circumference of the treatment group increased significantly by 1.8 cm after the supplementation… but there was no significant increase in the placebo group.” The results of the study were published in the peer-reviewed British Journal of Sports Medicine.
The anabolic impact of Eurycoma longifolia has been confirmed in the animal model, when the size and weight of just one muscle was measured in treated and untreated rats of equal size. “Results showed that 800 mg/kg of butanol, methanol, water and chloroform fractions of E. longifolia Jack significantly increased (p<0.05) the levator ani muscle…” Using the patented extraction technology, the Eurycoma longifolia extract in LJPRO50 is of a therapeutic dose with optimal oral bioavailability of the quassinoids of Eurycoma longifolia.
Apart from the testosterone-related effects, the antimalarial, antibacterial, antipyretic, antiulcer, antitumor, and cytotoxic properties are well documented.
Taiwanese scientists isolated 65 biochemical compounds from the roots of Eurycoma longifolia, of which ten exhibited “strong cytotoxicity” towards human lung and breast cancer cell lines.
Apart from the better-known quassinoids, the same group of scientist also isolated beta-carboline alkaloids, several of which were active against lung and breast cancer cell lines.
Investigating the activity of 24 Eurycoma longifolia quassinoids against cancer cell lines, including lung cancer cells, medical researchers in Japan found that eurycomalactone was as effective against cancer cells as the established anti-cancer drug doxorubicin.
The same group of researchers also discovered several new biochemical compounds in Eurycoma longifolia and screened them for cytotoxic properties. They concluded that different fractions were effective against different cancers.
Another study confirmed that fractions of Eurycoma longifolia extract induced apoptosis in breast-cancer cells LJPRO50 utilizes the latest scientific technology and knowledge working in synergy with the large body of knowledge among indigenous peoples to make available to those who want a better life, lifestyle enhancing and rejuvenation technology.
2. Epimedium Grandflorum (Horny Goat Weed)
Epimedium Grandflorum or common referred to as Horny Goat Weed is one of the twenty-five species of herbaceous flowering plants that is native to China and other parts of Asia (other species are native to Europe). The hardy, deciduous perennial grows as a leafy groundcover, most abundantly at higher altitudes, and bears four-petaled, purple, pink, yellow or white “spider-like” flowers that resemble a “Bishop’s Hat” (giving the plant one of its common names), and blooming in spring or early summer. Epimedium has a long history in China, where its medicinal properties were first recorded two thousand years ago in the Shen Nong Canon of Herbs. The Chinese regard this herb as one of the most effective aphrodisiacs for both men and women, and its use came about in a somewhat circuitous way (or so legend has it). Centuries ago, Chinese goat herders noticed incessant sexual behavior in his goats and observed that this activity seemed to be directly related to their diet.
When the goats fed on this herb, the activity increased; hence, another common name, Horny Goat Weed, was christened, and it probably did not take too long thereafter for its use to be shifted to humans. In China, its name is translated as “the herb for the man who likes sex too much, like a goat.” In Chinese herbal medicine, Epimedium has also been used to treat kidney, joint, liver and back disorders, but its fame rests upon its aphrodisiacal qualities. Some of the constituents included in Epimedium are a variety of flavonoids, polysaccharides, lignins, sesquiterpenes, phenolic and penethylol glycosides, ionones, sterols and an alkaloid called magnaflorine. Epimedium is considered to be the most powerful aphrodisiac herb derived from plant sources. The flavonoid content is said to promote the stimulation of sensory nerves, particularly in the genitals, and its use is said to support increased sexual arousal, as well as copulation activity and testosterone levels.
It is very famous for its capacity to strengthen the sexual power of men, and in some cases for women as well. Though it is said to be strengthening to the body as a whole, it remarkable rejuvenating and invigorating effects on the sexual functions is legendary in China. Its increases sexual desire, increases sperm production and stimulates sensory nerves. It is used in women’s tonics as well to increase sex drive. Testosterone stimulates centers of the brain having to do with increased sexuality in both men and women, and in several studies that were conducted, it was demonstrated that Epimedium does, in fact, appear to enhance sexuality and quality of sex life and has been prescribed for women suffering from decreased sexual motivation. It was also claimed that it improved sexual performance in patients undergoing hemo-dialysis for renal failure.
This herb has been extensively studied in both the laboratory and in clinics in modern China, Korea and Japan. It has been clearly shown that Epimedium does increase sexual activity in animals and humans. It stimulates the sensory nerves throughout the body, and in particular in the genital region. Epimedium also increases sperm production in men. Horny Goat Weed works by increasing nitric oxide levels, which relax smooth muscle. This lets more blood flow to the penis or clitoris or other smooth muscle.
In addition to this mechanism, it also acts as a mild PDE-5 inhibitor. PDE-5 is an enzyme which is produced in a ‘negative feedback” loop. As more blood flows to the genitals starts to flow, PDE-5 metabolizes the nitric oxide almost as fast as it is being produced to keep it in check. If the body does not produce enough of this enzyme, damage to the erect penis could result from too hard of an erection. This is called priapism. Viagra, a popular pharmaceutical, works by blocking the production of the PDE-5 enzyme. Horny Goat Weed produces small amount of PDE-5 inhibitors within Horny Goat Weed works by increasing nitric oxide levels, which relax smooth muscle. This lets more blood flow to the penis or clitoris or other smooth muscle. Epimedium has been also found to have significant ability to lower high blood pressure, without reducing it below normal if used by people with normal blood pressure.
Recent research shows that Epimedium has powerful immune modulating activity which can support the immune functions of healthy and significantly immune enhance the immune systems of immune-compromised individuals. Epimedium has been listed by the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences as one of an elite group of herbs that slow down aging and promote longevity.
Relaxing, yet sexually invigorating, Epimedium is not only safe, but an incredible health aid for people concerned about their cardiovascular and immune systems.
People who are in good health may use Epimedium safely and regularly to enhance sexual power and to build their immune systems. Epimedium is also beneficial for anyone suffering from lower back pain, weak or painful knees, dizziness, forgetfulness, frequent urination, irregular menstruation, etc. It will also be found in formulas designed to aid in the recovery from sports injuries (fractures, tears, spasms).
Although the exact way that Epimedium acts is not fully understood, it is thought that an enzyme called acetylcholinesterase supports high levels of the key cholinergic neurotransmitters that are associated with sexual arousal, and, certainly, the plant has been in use for centuries to restore sexual desire in both women and men.
With specific regard to male sexuality, Kee Chang Juang, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology at the University of Louisville, Kentucky, claimed that in laboratory research, Epimedium appeared to have a sexual stimulatory effect on human males and may also stimulate the growth of the testes. In addition, it was also reported that men who took this herb showed a boost in erectile function and an increase in spermatozoa production. In the Chinese Materia Medica, pharmacist, You-Ping Shu, Ph.D., reported that in animal laboratory experiments, there was an increase in semen secretion, and Epimedium is also thought to be useful in cases of involuntary and premature ejaculation. Epimedium is said to be highly effective in treating bronchitis. Pharmacist, You-Ping Shu, Ph.D., reports in The Chinese Materia Medica that there is a 74.6% efficacy rate in clinical trials for treating this condition. The herb has also been used for the relief of asthma.
Animal studies have shown that epimedium may function a bit like an adaptogen (such as cordyceps, rhodiola, ashwagandha, and ginseng) by increasing levels of epinephrine, norepinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine when they are low (an energy-promoting effect), but reducing cortisol levels when they are elevated (an anti-stress effect). There is also evidence that epimedium can restore low levels of both testosterone and thyroid hormone (bringing low levels back to their normal levels) – which may account for some of the benefits of epimedium in improving libido (sex drive).
Animal studies using epimedium have shown a reduction in bone breakdown, an increase in muscle mass, and a loss of body fat-each of which may be linked to the observed return of abnormal cortisol levels back to normal values (and rhythm). In a series of studies conducted in humans and animals by Chinese researchers, immune-system function was directly suppressed and bone loss was accelerated, by using high-dose synthetic cortisol (glucocorticoid drugs). Subsequent administration of epimedium extract reduced blood levels of cortisol and improved immune immune-system function (in the humans) and slowed bone loss and strengthened bones (in the animals).
There are claims that Epimedium reduces fatigue, increases energy and stamina and revitalizes the body. Studies have shown that the herb helps to promote an increase in the body’s metabolic rate and may provide a temporary physical boost. Epimedium is believed to be a tonic that improves the overall quality of life. The Chinese Academy of Sciences even recommends the regular use of Epimedium to slow the ageing process, and there even claims that the herb is helpful in cases of absent-mindedness. Moreover, there is also strong scientific evidence (in current research), which would support the traditional Chinese herbal use of Epimedium, claiming that it is helpful for heart, liver and osteopathic problems (particularly inflammation associated with the lower back and knees). There are also studies in progress, asserting that use of the herb may lower blood pressure by dilating capillaries and blood vessels, thereby increasing blood flow.
Because Epimedium is believed to promote normal hormone balance, it is believed to relieve both the temporary discomforts of menopause and also premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
3. Lepidium meyenii
Lepidium meyenii, also known commonly as Maca, is an herbaceous annual turnip-like plant of the mustard family, native to the high (3,500m – 4,600m) and harsh environments of the Andes of Peru and Bolivia. It is grown for its fleshy hypocotyl, which is used as a root vegetable and a medicinal herb. Its Spanish and Quechua names include maca-maca, maino, ayak chichira, and ayak willku. It has been used for thousands of years by native Peruvians for its energizing and sex-enhancing properties, as well as to improve livestock fertility.
- At the end of the 20th century, scientific research confirmed the traditional use of Maca to increase animal fertility.
A study showed that castrated rats supplemented with Maca displayed sexual activity that was greater than, or equal to that of normal rats. According to Dr Gary Gordon, President of the American College for the Advancement in Medicine (ACAM), “We often hear rumours about various products such as Maca. But using this Peruvian root myself, I personally experienced a significant improvement in erectile tissue response. I call it nature’s alternative to Viagra®”.Maca has also been successfully used to treat chronic fatigue syndrome. Maca-supplemented mice swim for much longer than controls and their blood contains less lactic acid (a marker of fatigue).
- A number of Peruvian doctors also use Maca to regulate ovarian function, particularly for pre-menstrual syndrome or menopause symptoms.
- Maca is extremely safe, even at high doses and over extended periods.
The Lepidium meyenii/Maca extract used in LJPRO50 is the new Macapure™ extract from Naturex is the only product to be standardized (0.6%) in macamides and macaenes and is the product used in the above-mentioned studies. Macamides and macaenes are present in Maca in only very small quantities. But the researchers at Naturex who discovered them have shown that the improvement in frequency of copulation and endurance directly correlate, in a dose-dependent manner, to the concentration of these compounds in the end product (“Effects of a lipidic extract of Lepidium meyenii on sexual behavior in mice and rats”, Zheng et al. Urology, April 2000). Because of its concentration and standardization, Macapure™ gives excellent results at doses of one to two grams a day.
4. Cordyceps sinensis
Of all the over 680 documented species of the sac fungus genus Ophiocordyceps, the best known of these is Ophiocordyceps sinensis or Cordyceps sinensis.
Caterpillar fungi are the result of a symbiotic parasitic relationship between the fungus and the larva of the ghost moth genus Thitarodes, several species of which live on the Tibetan Plateau, South West Gansu and North West Yunnan in China and the Indian, Nepalese and Bhutanese Himalayas. Cordyceps sinensis is known in the West as a medicinal mushroom and its use has a long history in Traditional Chinese medicine as well as Traditional Tibetan medicine. The hand-collected fungus-caterpillar combination is valued by herbalists and it is used as an aphrodisiac and treatment for ailments such as fatigue and cancer, based mainly on traditional Chinese medicine, anecdote, and a limited amount of research.
Cordyceps sinensisis a medicinal mushroom which is highly prized by practitioners of Tibetan medicine, Chinese medicine and traditional folk medicines, in which it is used as an aphrodisiac and as a treatment for a variety of ailments from fatigue to cancer. It is regarded as having an excellent balance of yin and yang as it is apparently both animal and. Assays have found that Cordyceps sinensis produce many pharmacologically active substances. They are now cultivated on an industrial scale for their medicinal value.According to Bensky et al. (2004), laboratory-grown Cordyceps sinensis mycelium has similar clinical efficacy. In Chinese medicine Cordyceps sinensis is considered sweet and warm, entering the lung and kidney channels.
Some work has been published in which Cordyceps sinensis has been used to protect the bone marrow and digestive systems of mice from whole body irradiation. An experiment noted Cordyceps sinensis may protect the liver from damage. An experiment with mice noted that Cordyceps sinensis may have an anti-depressant effect. Researchers have noted that the Cordyceps sinensis has a hypoglycemic effect and may be beneficial for people with insulin resistance.
Cordycepin, a compound isolated from Cordyceps sinensis
The Cordyceps extract used in LJPRO50 is from Aloha Medicinals, the world’s largest Cordyceps cultivator, with a monthly production in excess of 175,000 kilograms. Aloha Medicinals manufactures more than one-half the total Cordyceps consumed in the world today! The reason for that is Aloha Medicinals has the Most Potent Cordyceps ever available, and the only commercially available cultivated True Cordyceps with a DNA profile exactly matching that of wild Cordyceps! Their quality is exceptional. LJPRO50 , No compromise when it comes to quality and potency!
5. Gingko Biloba
Ginkgo biloba; is also known as the Maidenhair Tree and is a unique species of tree with no close living relatives. The tree is widely cultivated and introduced, since an early period in human history, and has various uses as a food and traditional medicine.
Extracts of Ginkgo leaves contain flavonoid glycosides and terpenoids (ginkgolides, bilobalides) and have been used pharmaceutically. Ginkgo supplements are usually taken in the range of 40–200 mg per day. Recently, careful clinical trials have shown Ginkgo to be effective in treating dementia but not preventing the onset of Alzheimer’s Disease in normal people. Ginkgo is believed to have nootropic properties, and is mainly used as memory and concentration enhancer, and anti-vertigo agent. However, studies differ about its efficacy
In 2002 a study, conducted at Liberty University came to a conclusion: There was ample evidence to support “the potential efficacy of Ginkgo biloba EGb 761 in enhancing certain neuropsychological/memory processes of cognitively intact older adults, 60 years of age and over.” According to some studies, Ginkgo can significantly improve attention in healthy individuals. In one such study, the effect was almost immediate and reaches its peak in 2.5 hours after the intake.
One study suggests that Ginkgo’s effect on cognition may be attributable to its inhibitory effect on norepinephrine reuptake Ginkgo has been proposed as a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease on the basis of positive preclinical results in mice and a 2006 study that found 160 mg of ginkgo extract as effective as a daily 5 mg dose of the cholinesterase inhibitor donepezil in human subjects. A trial published in the International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry in 2010, found ginkgo effective at treating mild to moderate dementia at the higher dose of 240 mg daily.
Out of the many research results, Ginkgo extract may have three effects on the human body: improvement in blood flow (including microcirculation in small capillaries) to most tissues and organs; protection against oxidative cell damage from free radicals; and blockage of many of the effects of platelet-activating factor (platelet aggregation, blood clotting) that have been related to the development of a number of cardiovascular, renal, respiratory and central nervous system disorders. Ginkgolides, especially ginkgolide B, are potent antagonists against platelet-activating factor; and thus may be useful in protection and prevention of thrombus, endotoxic shock, and from myocardial ischeamia. Ginkgo can be used for intermittent claudication.
The World Health Organization reports that the medicinal uses of Ginkgo biloba that are supported by clinical data include treatment of the effects mild to moderate cerebrovascular insufficiency as well as the effects of peripheral arterial occlusive diseases. Cerebrovascular insufficiency, i.e., insufficient blood flow to the brain, may manifest itself as such memory deficit, disturbed concentration or headaches. Peripheral arterial occlusive diseases are those in which the blood flow to the smaller arteries are restricted and may include claudication, i.e., painful walking, and Raynaud’s disease, a condition in which the extremities such as fingers, toes, nose or ears, feel numb and cold.
A study conducted in 2003 by the Department of Dermatology, Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research in Chandigarh, India concluded that Ginkgo is an effective treatment for arresting the development of vitiligo. The study reported that 40 mg of Ginkgo biloba three times per day for 6 months arrested the spread of vitiligo in 20 out of 25 participants in the active group, and induced marked (75% or greater) repigmentation in 10 of these participants.
A later study conducted by University of Toronto researchers and published in 2011 discussed the results of an open label pilot clinical trial of twelve patients taking 60 mg of Ginkgo biloba twice a day for 12 weeks. The study found the progression of vitiligo stopped in all participants; the total VASI (Vitiligo Area Scoring Index) indicated an average repigmentation of vitiligo lesions of 15%. The authors conclude “Larger, randomized double-blind clinical studies are warranted and appear feasible.
This highly beneficial herbal supplement extract formulated into LJPRO50 and helps :
- Improved memory
- Improves Tinnitus
- Aids in Alzheimer’s disease
- Peripheral artery disease
- Reduce Macular degeneration
- Reduce risk of Glaucoma
- Treatment of Sexual dysfunction
- To enhance blood circulation as Ginkgo is believed to contain compounds that thin blood and help to improve muscle tone in the walls of blood vessels. This may enhance blood flow.
6. Saw Palmetto
Saw Palmetto is a small plant native to the coastal areas of Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas. It has been an important food source for native Americans for at least 12,000 years. Saw Palmetto has not lost its value since then, because all parts of this plant are known to have important health benefits.
The most prized part of Saw Palmetto is the berries, which are harvested, dried, and ground for preparation as a tea or in capsules. The Berries has a pungent, sweet taste, and has a warming affect on the body.
For the native Indians, Saw Palmetto has been used as a tonic for nutritional supplementation. They used the Saw Palmetto’s seeds as food and they believed that the fruits had special health benefits. Early American settlers used the juice from Saw Palmetto berries to gain weight, to improve general disposition and as a sedative. They used it to treat digestive problems, genitourinary inflammation, dysentary, and lack of libido. also to treat problems associated with the genitals and reproductive system.
Early in the 20th century, saw palmetto was listed in the US Pharmacopoeia as an effective remedy for enlargement of the prostate gland (called benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH), urinary tract inflammation, cystitis (bladder inflammation), breast disorders, bronchitis, and laryngitis.
Today, Saw Palmetto is used to treat a variety of ailments. It is believed to fight coughs, bronchitis, dysmenorrhea, and asthma. It is still used to stimulate appetite, balance the metabolism, and aid digestion. Saw Palmetto is also known as an aphrodisiac for both men and women and as a popular treatment for an enlarged prostate both in Europe and the United States. It also appears to have anti-inflammatory and mild antiandrogenic effects.
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)
In BPH, cells in the prostate gland (a tiny gland that lies behind the urethra) grow too quickly. The gland swells and presses on the urethra, creating the constant sensation of a need to urinate. The majority of men over 60 have urinary symptoms attributable to BPH, which can disturb sleep, affect selfconfidence, cause constant lowgrade anxiety or even pain, and may progress to infections in the bladder or kidneys.
Prostate Cancer Saw palmetto is also one of the eight herbal ingredients that make up PCSPES, a Chinese herbal treatment for prostate cancer that is gaining popularity in the West as a possible alternative to conventional therapy for this condition. Research on PCSPES is ongoing and may prove to be of particular interest for men who do not respond to surgery, radiation, or medication. (It is important to note, however, that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently issued a warning to consumers that PC SPES may contain undeclared prescription drug ingredients that could cause dangerous side effects.)
7. Tribulus Terrestris
Tribulus terrestris is a flowering plant in the family Zygophyllaceae, native to warm temperate and tropical regions of the Old World in southern Europe, southern Asia, throughout Africa, and Australia. It can thrive even in harsh desert climates and poor soil.
Body builders use Tribulus terrestris as post cycle therapy or “PCT”. After they have completed an anabolic-steroid cycle, they use it under the assumption that it will restore the body’s natural testosterone levels.
The Tribulus terrestris extract is believed to increase the body’s natural testosterone levels and thereby improve male sexual performance and help build muscle. Its muscle-building potential was popularized by American IFBB bodybuilding champion Jeffrey Petermann in the early 1970s. Tribulus terrestris has long been a constituent in tonics in Indian ayurveda practice, where it is known by its Sanskrit name, “gokshura/ sarrata” It is also used as an aphrodisiac, diuretic and nervine in Ayurveda, and in Unani, another medical system of India. Tribulus terrestris has been shown to enhance sexual behavior in an animal model. It appears to do so by stimulating androgen receptors in the brain. Tribulus terrestris is now being promoted as a booster for the purpose of increasing sex drive. Its use for this purpose originated from a Bulgarian study conducted in the 1970s, which found effects on free testosterone and luteinizing hormone in men belonging to infertile couples.
Animal studies in rats, rabbits and primates have demonstrated that administration of Tribulus terrestris extract can produce statistically significant increases in levels of testosterone, dihydrotestosterone and dehydroepiandrosterone, and produces effects suggestive of aphrodisiac activity.
The active chemical in Tribulus terrestris is likely to be protodioscin (PTN). In a study with mice, Tribulus terrestris was shown to enhance mounting activity and erection better than testosterone cypionate. The proerectile aphrodisiac properties were concluded to likely be due to the release of nitric oxide from the nerve endings innervating the corpus cavernosum penis.
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