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Tribulus Terrestris is a herb used for its medicinal effects around the world. Tribulus is extracted from the plant, and used as a natural nutritional supplement. It has been used for centuries by the Chinese to calm the liver, treat headaches, dizziness, and premature ejaculation.

Here are some quick Tribulus facts:

  • Tribulus Terresteris is ecologically pure
  • Tribulus is a natural aid to help impotence, low libido, and male infertility
  • Clinically proven effect vie in enhancing energy and vitality
  • Helps build muscle and strength
  • Tribulus Terrestris is safe to use and it's not a hormone

Tribulus is used for its testosterone boosting properties more than anything else. Studies have shown over 50% increase in testosterone levels when taking Tribulus Terresteris. We all know testosterone helps build muscle and strength, that's why some pro athletes use steroids and other prohormones to enhance performance.

You'll be happy to hear that Tribulus Terrestris is NOT a hormone! It works completely different from Andro and DHEA. Tribulus increases testosterone through increasing lutenizing hormone (LH) in your body. LH tells your body to produce testosterone. Why is this beneficial? Simply because Tribulus is not a hormone supplement, it merely works within the body's natural limits helping you achieve muscle and strength.

Much tribulus research and studies have been conducted, and all have shown positive benefits of supplementing Tribulus Terrestris, and almost no adverse effects. Here are some findings on Tribulus supplementation:

  • A study done with healthy individuals taking 750mg of tribulus per day showed a 72% LH increase, and a 41% increase in testosterone.
  • In a study conducted with 20 males and females, 75% of the participants had increased endurance, 80% had increased libido and sexual performance, and 95% of the females reported no PMS symptoms.
  • A study conducted with 200 males suffering from impotence showed increase in LH and testosterone levels after supplementing Tribulus. The study also found a increase in sperm production.

L-Arginine can improve immune system, reduce fat, increase wound healing, among many other benefits. What's most interesting is that L-Arginine appears to also help stimulate secretion of HGH.

Maca Pure is a botanical from Peru used by the natives as an aphrodisiac, and also to help increase energy levels. Maca has been used for centuries to enhance fertility, and its fertility enhancing effects were initially supported way back in 1961.

Epimedium Sagitatum (Horny Goat Weed) is also called Ying Yang Huo in Chinese, and has been used to treat kidney, joint, liver, and back disorders, and it's also used as an aphrodisiac. Horny goat has testosterone like effects, stimulating sexual activity, desire, increases sperm production, and stimulates sensory nerves.

Horny Goat Weed has been used as an aphrodisiac for hundreds of years, and research has also proven its effects on improving sexual desire and performance. So how does Horny Goat Weed work? Research has shown that Horny Goat Weed can inhibit an enzyme called acetylcholinesterase (AChE). AChE rapidly stops neurotransmission at cholinergic synapses like those found in the brain and at neuromuscular junctions, which are needed for speedy responses in the neuromuscular system. By inhibiting AChE, Horny Goat Weed supports higher levels of the key cholinergic neurotransmitters
associated with sexual arousal.

There have been much research done on Horny Goat Weed, and its aphrodisiac effects have been well demonstrated in animals and humans.

In a study done by Steven Lamm, M.D, 38 men were administered 2 capsules (2 X 800mg) of herbal complex of epimedium grandiflorum, maca pure (lepidium meyenii), mucuna pruriens, and polypodium vulgare (in short, Horny Goat Weed) for 45 days: 25 were healthy men and 13 were men already taking Vi agra. Another 4 capsules of Horny Goat Weed were taken 1 to 2 hours prior to sexual activities.

The study found 13 of 20 healthy men responded positively to Horny Goat Weed, and 6 of the 13 men already on Viagra also had a positive effect from using Horny Goat Weed. In most cases, the men reported overall improvement in sexual satisfaction and increase in sexual desires.

Yohimbe is a tree that grows in Africa, and the natives there have used the crude bark and purified compound to enhance sexual desire and performance. Yohimbe has been used for centuries as an aphrodisiac. It haseven been smoked as a hallucinogen. Nowadays, Yohimbe bark extract is mostly used to treat impotence for men and women.

When ingested, Yohimbe is assimilated into the blood stream, and Yohimbe's energizin g effects come from its ability to increase blood flow to the genitals - and this applies to both men and women. Aside from its aphrodisiac effects, new research also show that Yohimbe has powerful antioxidant effects.

Yohimbe Bark Extract Benefits

  • Yohimbe is an aphrodisiac for both men and women
  • Yohimbe bark extract can be used to fight impotence
  • Yohimbe is shown to be a powerful antioxidant
  • Yohimbe bark extract also helps prevnet arteries from getting clogged
  • Yohimbe extract helps sexual performance, increase libido
  • Yohimbe has also been shown to help prevent heart attacks

Of course, as good as it sounds, it does have a few side effects: listed below.

  • Yohimbe can cause some anxiety
  • Yohimbe can also increase blood pressure and heart rate
  • Can cause dizziness, and headaches
  • Yohimbe can cause nausea and upset stomachs
  • Yohimbe can increase body temperature and sweating

Yohimbine is a FDA approved drug to help erectile dysfunction. If you're confused about Yohimbe and Yohimbine, here's a quick explanation. Yohimbe is the name of a bark, and yohimbe bark contains about 6% alkaloids, and 10 to 15% of that is Yohimbine. Most research is done using Yohimbine and not Yohimbe bark.

In a double blind study involving 182 men with erectile dysfunction, 42mg of yohimbe was administered daily. Within one month, 34% of the participants reported full recovery of sexual function, and 24% reported partial response.

In another study involving 48 men experiencing impotence, 46% reported improvement in sexual functioning, and in a Stanford University study on Yohimbe, the subjects experienced 90% increase in sexual desire in less than one hour.

Finally, in an older, 1977 german study done on Yohimbe using 86 patients with erectile dysfunction, 30mg of yohimbe was administered each day for eight weeks. 71% of the participants responded positively with an overall improvement in sexual function and libido.

Avena Sativa is actually an oat. This 'oat' has many benefits, and has been used for a long time. Here are some uses: relaxation, anti-depressant, herpes, arthritis, indigestion, wrinkles, hemorrhoids, lower cholesterol and others. What we're really interested in here is how Avena Sativa works to boost our testosterone levels, and help you gain more muscles.

It's not until recent years that Avena Sativa has been found to help boost testosterone and also act as an aphrodisiac. Research have found Avena Sativa works by freeing up testosterone that's stuck to other compounds in your body. With age, more testosterone gets bound, and bound testosterone isn't as effective as free testosterone. So, instead of increasing the amount of testosterone, it makes your available amount of testosterone 'more efficient' so-to-speak.

Ginkgo Biloba comes from the Ginkgo tree, and is one of the oldest living tree species. The Ginkgo tree has been around fro 150 to 200 million years. The Chinese have used Ginkgo for thousands of years for various ailments. Ginkgo Biloba was first introduced to Europe in the 1700's, and is now used all over the world. Ginkgo Biloba is one of the most researched herbs.

The Chinese have used Ginkgo Biloba to relief asthma, lung congestion, and have also used Ginkgo Biloba to increase sexual energy, regulate blood flow, and promote general longevity.

Ginkgo Biloba works by increasing blood flow to the brain, and through the entire body's network of blood vessels, which supplies oxygen and nutrients. Good blood circulation is essential for good health - better blood circulation promotes general longevity, and helps to keep you healthy.

Ginkgo has 2 groups of active components - flavonoids and terpene lactones including Ginkgolides A, B, and C, bilobalide,
quercetin, and kaempferol. The Ginkgolides help control allergic inflammation and asthma. Ginkgo Biloba also acts as a powerful antioxidant, and helps kill the free radicals, which contributes to aging.

Ginkgo is well recognized for its positive effect on brain functioning - enhancing memory, mental alertness, and reducing mental fatigue and lack of energy. As Ginkgo works as a brain enhancer, it has obvious benefits for individuals who suffer from Alzheimer's disease. Even for a healthy person, Ginkgo Biloba can help improve brain function by preventing and treating conditions of cerebral vascular deficiencies, where there's decreased flow of blood to the brain.

Over the past 30 years, more than 300 studies have show Ginkgo Biloba to provide a host of benefits for the body. Not only does Ginkgo Biloba help improve mental functioning as mentioned above, it also has a long list of other benefits:

  • Ginkgo works by increasing blood flow to the brain and throughout the body's network of blood vessels that supply blood and oxygen to the organ systems.
  • It increases metabolism efficiency, regulates neurotransmitters, and boosts oxygen levels in the brain which uses 20% of the body's oxygen.
  • Ginkgo may also help control the transformation of cholesterol to plaque associated with the hardening of arteries, and can relax constricted blood vessels.
  • Benefits of enhanced circulation in the brain include improved short and long term memory, increased reaction time and improved mental clarity
  • Ginkgo has been shown to be a supportive herb for treating infertility in males or impotence
  • Ginkgo Biloba also helps prevent damage to your organs from free radicals, and also blocks the platelet activating factor which causes some skin disorders such as psoriasis
  • Ginkgo Biloba's beneficial effects on the circulatory system also helps in the treatment of eye and ear disorders

Despite the many benefits Ginkgo Biloba has, it also has some side effects you should be aware of. Especially for individuals with blood circulation disorders and those taking anti-coagulants such as aspirin - best thing to do is to consult with your doctor before using any.

  • Ginkgo biloba can cause some gastrointestinal discomfort and headaches
  • Should not be used if your taking anti-depressant drugs known as monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOI) - there could be   a negative drug interaction
  • Ginkgo may increase risk of bleeding, and should not be used if you have a clotting disorder
  • Ginkgo Biloba should not be used by pregnant women
  • Other side effects include, headaches, restlessness, diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting

Saw Palmetto is a small, palm like North American plant. The Saw Palmetto extract comes from berries of small palm
trees, and the extracts comprise of different fatty acids and sterols. Native Americans have used the Saw Palmetto berry to
treat genital, urinary tract, and reproductive system problems. Saw Palmetto is widely researched and used in Europe, and is now gaining popularity in North America, and being used for its benefits for the urinary tract.

Saw Palmetto herb extract has been marketed as an aphrodisiac for men and women, and it's also anabolic (muscle building), and helps build muscle tissues. Saw Palmetto is made up of Fatty acids - Saw Palmetto contains a variety of fatty acids including lauric acid, oleic acid, myristic acid, and palmitic acid, Phytosterols (plant sterols), and polysaccharides.

One of Saw Palmetto's key uses is treating benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). BPH is enlargement of the prostate gland, and can block the urethra and require surgery. Saw palmetto is believed to inhibit the actions of testosterone on the prostate,
which causes enlargement of the prostate which interferes with urinary flow. Saw Palmetto herb helps improve urinary flow, and reduces the frequency and urgency of urination in men with BPH.

Saw Palmetto is also used to treat bladder inflammation, chronic bronchitis, among other conditions. The fatty acids in Saw Palmetto are thought to have testosterone inhibiting effects on the prostate. Saw Palmetto also prevents testosterone from converting into dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which causes prostate cells to multiply, and also leads to male balding. Saw palmetto herb prevents the binding of DHT to androgen receptors, thus playing a key role in helping prevent and treat prostate enlargement, and also hair loss.

Of the many benefits associated with Saw Palmetto, treating BPH is obviously the most significant. Below are some health benefits of Saw Palmetto.

  • Saw Palmetto inhibits testosterone action on the prostate, thus is used widely for BPH treatment
  • Saw Palmetto also prevents binding of DHT to androgen receptors, hence helps with hair loss
  • It inhibits androgen and estrogen receptor activity and helps both men and women to balance hormones
  • Saw Palmetto herb helps treat bladder inflammation and helps with urinary flow
  • Women also use Saw Palmetto herb to stimulate breast enlargement and also to treat uterine irritability.
  • Saw Palmetto is also used to treat impotence, frigidity, and also used as an aphrodisiac
  • Some new evidence shows that Saw Palmetto may also help with thyroid deficiencies
  • Saw Palmetto is used to clear chest congestion, treat coughs, asthma, and bronchitis

There are no documented significant side effects of using Saw palmetto. However, it lacks conclusive research documenting its long term side effects. If you have any concerns, the best thing to do is to consult your doctor before using Saw Palmetto herb extracts.

Generally, many men over the age of 50 experience BPH to some extent, and hence supplementing Saw Palmetto can be very beneficial. The recommended dosage is at least 160mg per day - usually in the ranges of 160 to 320mg per day is sufficient.

In studies, Enzyte has been shown to be safe and effective while improving sexual performance through increased erection size, along with stronger, firmer erections and increased libido. Most men on the Enzyte program report an increase in erection size and fullness from 12% to 31%, with and average of 24%.


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             or prevent any disease.

              © 2006 Berkeley Premium Nutraceuticals, Inc. Enzyte is a trademark of Berkeley Premium Nutraceuticals, Inc


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