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Yohimbe (Pausinystalia yohimbe) is an evergreen tree that is well known to have powerful medicinal properties especially in the treatment of impotence and infertility. Yohimbe is native to Africa but its uses have been known throughout the world. This tree has green rounded leaves that have a noticeable symmetrical growth pattern. Although the entire plant may be used for medicinal purposes, the bark of the Yohimbe is the most common part that is…

…Overdose of Manganese causes Parkinson's like symptoms including tremors, facial spasms and difficulty walking. It can take months or even years for such symptoms to actually occur. Other evidence of overdose can include impotency in men and inflammatory response in the lungs. One of the most common forms of Manganese poisoning arises from inhaling the dust while working with it in industrial applications. Extreme poisoning causes 'Manganese…

…human form, the ancients believed ginseng a whole-body stimulant, most especially for the elderly population. Among maladies for the aged that ginseng root was widely acclaimed to benefit were: senility, arthritis, impotence and/or dwindling sexual interest. Contemporary herbalists mirror the ancient Chinese in their recommendations as a whole-body tonic, which promotes longevity, enhanced vitality and treats coughs, [[Colds]], fever,…

…an important source of herbal medicine. There are no known side effects of Red Grape seed extracts. A lot of diseases such as macular degeneration, diabetic neuropathy, cataracts, varicose veins, thrombosis and even impotency are known to have shown improvements with the usage if Red Grape seed extract supplement and its prompt healing properties. The most popular use of Red Grape has been in the form of Red Wine for thousands of years, although…

…both aphrodisiac and anti-aging properties. It can also prolong life and bring back lost [[Energy]]. Aside from that, it has also been used to treat a number of medical conditions such as fatigue, diarrhea, body weakness, impotency, constipation and even memory loss. Aside from the root extract, the berries of the plant were traditionally used for making cheese during the milk coagulation process. The leaves and the fruits were also used to treat…

…like Vietnam, China, and India. Since ancient times, Bu Gu Zhi has been a staple in traditional Chinese medicine. For thousands of years the Chinese and Japanese have used Bu Gu Zhi as a natural aphrodisiac to treat impotence, premature ejaculation, and to increase sexual vigor. However, Bu Gu Zhi is primarily used in Japan and China to treat skin disorders like eczema, psoriasis, and vitiligo. Vitiligo is a skin disease in which the skin loses…

…nettle root to maximize the benefits. Traditional Chinese medicine made use of Burdock Root for various homeopathic remedies and to cure sore throats and [[Colds]]. It was also used by the Chinese to treat infertility and impotence. Though Burdock Root has been in use for many centuries there have been very few scientific studies to examine its effects. Burdock Root is an excellent source of elements such as iron, potassium, calcium, [[Copper]]…

…it has acquired a reputation of being a rejuvenator, youth preserver and sexual tonic. In traditional Chinese medicine it is commonly used for vaginal discharges, infectious diseases, premature aging, angina and impotence. This is a prolifically grown plant in Eastern Asia. It grows along streams and in the valley thickets in Malaysia, China and other countries in the region. Growing over 4 ½ meters in height, it flowers from September…

…is known to increase sexual desire rather than physical performance. The aphrodisiac effect it produces in women relaxes the body. In men the fresh Milky Wild Oat Seed treats problems such as premature ejaculation and impotency. It is very safe as compared to other dangerous prescription drugs. The Fresh Milky Wild oat seed is very high in fiber and may interfere with the absorption of certain medicines that are administered. It is advisable to…

…and parilla which means wine. The indigenous tribes of South and Central America have used Sarsaparilla root for many centuries as a treatment for the inflammatory symptoms of rheumatism and to cure skin ailments and impotence. Traders during the New World era have brought the Sarsaparilla to Europe and were widely used as a tonic and blood purifier. It was also used as a cure for syphilis and other sexually transmitted diseases. Sarsaparilla…

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