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Planetary Herbals Horny Goat Weed 600 mg-90 Tablets
From the Manufacturers Label: Epimedium is one of the most valued tonics of Chinese herbalism. In China it is especially used for supporting healthy sexual activity - thus its name, Horny Goat Weed. Planetary Herbals FULL SPECTRUM HORNY GOAT WEED combines epimedium extract (standardized to 10% flavonoids as icariin) with whole leaf epimedium to insure a full spectrum of important constituents.
Planetary Herbals Horny Goat Weed 600 mg-90 Tablets Category: For Him & Her
Celebrated around the world, both Horny Goat Weed and Maca have been prized for their ability to conjure up the passionate nature in men to provide you and your mate with a memorable night of romance.
Horny Goat Weed is a plant from which we get an aphrodisiac extract supplement!
The extract is used to enhance sexual health. Horny goat weed is a time-tested aphrodisiac that increases libido (a person's sex drive or desire for sexual activity) in men and women, and improves erectile function in men.
Horny goat weed is also know as Epimedium or Yin Yang Huo - is a leafy plant which grows in the wild. It was first described in ancient classical Chinese medicinal texts. Yin Yang Huo (horny goat weed), used by practitioners for over 2,000 years, has always held an important place in Traditional Chinese Medicine and is gaining popularity around the world.
The leaves of the plant contain a variety of flavonoids, polysaccharides, sterols and an alkaloid called magnaflorine. The plant has long been used to restore sexual energy, boost erectile function, and to alleviate fatigue and menopausal discomfort.
The name Yin Yang Huo loosely means "licentious goat plant". It is told in legend that the name came from a herder who noticed his goats becoming more sexually active after eating the plant.
Side effects from horny goat weed are likely if used in high dosage. However, it has not been available long enough in western countries for scientists to develop a good understanding of its potential side effects when misused. Although, there is a possibility that very high doses, just like many stimulating herbs, could cause disturbances to the heart rhythm or an increase in heart rate.
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