|SERENOA d.e.||400 mg|| |
|L-CITRULLINA.||400 mg|| |
|DAMIANA d.e.||300 mg|| |
|GINKGO d.e.||300 mg|| |
|GINSENG d.e.||200 mg|| |
|MUIRA PUAMA d.e.||200 mg|| |
Active Ingredients and Disorders
|THE ACTIVE INGREDIENTS CONTAINED IN THIS FOOD SUPPLEMENT ARE USEFUL IN CASE OF|
|SEXUAL DISFUNCTION: asthenia, sexual weakness and frigidity|
|ACTIVE INGREDIENTS AND MEDICAL PROPERTIES|
DAMIANA :Turnera aphrodisiaca, known as Damiana, has aphrodisiac properties and helps in cases of erectile deficit or premature ejaculation. Its use is also indicated in the treatment of psychic impotence. A study from the 2009 Journal of Ethnopharmacology (Turnera diffusa Wild (Turneraceae) recovers sexual behavior in sexually exhausted males R. Estrada-Reyesb, P. Ortiz-Lópeza, J. Gutiérrez-Ortíza, L. Martínez-Mota a) has confirmed that the plant acts as a support in male sexual dysfunctions.
L-CITRULLINE:Citrulline is an essential amino acid that is found abundantly in watermelon.Inside the body, citrulline tends to transform into arginine, which in turn is able to stimulate the circulatory system, promoting dilation and increasing the elasticity of the blood vessels.It is therefore able to counteract erectile dysfunction as well as to promote the psycho-physical recovery of the individual in case of stress.(https://www.humanitas.it/enciclopedia/integratori-alimentari/citrullina)
SERENOA : The "German Commission E" reports the use of Serenoa for the treatment of benign prostatic hypertrophy in stage I and II. Thanks to the action of fatty acids, Serenoa inhibits the enzyme 5 alpha-reductase, responsible for the conversion of testosterone into dihydrotestosterone. The latter, if in excess, is responsible for alopecia and prostate growth. The plant also reduces the bond between the molecule and its receptor, thus mitigating the action of any dihydrotestosterone present. It has anti-inflammatory and relaxing action on the muscles of the urinary tract, alleviating pain during diuresis. Some clinical studies have shown that Serenoa is as effective as finasteride in reducing the symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (Capasso et al., Phytotherapy. Rational use of medicinal plants, 2006).
GINKGO BILOBA (24% GINKOFLAVONOIDS-6% TERPENIC LATTONS): The active components of the plant are FLAVONGLYCOSIDES. These molecules act as ANTIOXIDANTS, oftencalled scavengers, due to the fact thatthey eliminate free radicals from the body. The action of the plant is also due to the TERPENIC LATTONS, which act synergistically with the other principles. Ginkgo therefore has properties both on the circulatory system and on the central nervous system. On the circulatorysystemit acts in the peripheralcirculation (limbs) and on cerebral circulatory insufficiency. It also thins the blood, prevents the formation of plaques, decreases platelet aggregation, gives tone to the capillaries and venules: all this allows a better venous return. In the nervous system it has been shown that Ginkgo protects neurons: it increases their survival and supports their regeneration. Studies have shown that, given to patients with Azlheimer, it improves their cognitive functions.
MUIRA PUAMA: Muira puama is a plant known for its aphrodisiac properties, thanks to its active ingredient muirapuamina, with a specific vasodilating action. This alkaloid would act on the "catecholaminergic" systems of the central nervous system and its active ingredients would function as precursors of brain neurosteroids. Catecholamines and neurosteroids oversee the crucial roleof generating the feeling of energy and overall physical vitality, improving erectile status in general, sexual functions, vigor and desire in both men and women.
GINSENG: It is stimulating of the organism in general. It improves physical and mental toneand it stimulates the immune system. It helps to deal with stress or fatigue. It favors the use of oxygen by muscles and has aphrodisiac properties.