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Male Reproductive Support Herbal Formula Tincture

This natural formula is for any male that needs to enhance their sexual health; especially those who have been diagnosed with erectile dysfunction or impotence.   Will boost mental energy, sex drive, male performance.  Herbs like Yohimbe, Blue Lotus, Tongkat Ali, Maca, and Tribulus are specifically selected to increase libido power, sperm motility, and testosterone, and help with infertility.  It also increases mental energy and mental focus and circulation to the area.


Ingredients:  Tongkat Ali, Horny Goat Weed, Eleuthero root, Suma root, Yohimbe bark, Muira Puama, Tribulus, Nettle root, Egyptian Blue Lotus, Damiana, Strawberry leaf, Schisandra Berry, Ginseng root (American white), ionized water, 30% alcohol.


Botanical name:  Eurycoma longifolia

Origin:  Malaysia

               AKA Malaysian ginseng

Therapeutic actions:  Adaptogen, Anti-bacterial, Antioxidant, Anti-anxiety, Aphrodisiac; Stimulant; Tonic.

Nutrients:  Vitamins B3, B5, B6 and B12.

Drug interactions:  No known drug interactions.

Description:  It’s used in traditional medicine in Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, and other Asian countries to treat malaria, infections, fevers, male infertility, and erectile dysfunction.

Internal uses: Tongkat Ali has a wide range of medicinal properties as a general health tonic, including improvement in physical and mental energy levels and overall quality of life. They have been used as an adaptogen and as a traditional “anti-aging” remedy to help older individuals adapt to the reduced energy, mood, and libido that often comes with age. In modern dietary supplements, tongkat ali can be found in a variety of products intended to improve libido and energy, restore hormonal balance (cortisol/testosterone levels) and enhance both sports performance and weight loss, and may improve sperm motility.



Botanical name:  Nymphaea caerulea

Origin:  Egypt

Therapeutic actions:  Aphrodisiac; Stimulant; Tonic.

Nutrients:  Taurine, vitamins B3, B5, B6 and B12.

Drug interactions:  No known drug interactions.

Description:  It has been used in ancient Egypt as a key to good health, sex, and rebirth. It has been said to be an aphrodisiac for both men and women as well as a general remedy for all illnesses. A tonic like ginseng, pain reliever like arnica, circulation stimulant (better than Ginkgo Biloba), sexual stimulant (better than Viagra), all of these are combined in this flower. It has been able to create a feeling of well being, euphoria and ecstasy.


Herb:  SUMA

Botanical name:  Pfaffia paniculata

Origin:  Brazil


Therapeutic actions:  Anti-inflammatory; Anti-tumor; Aphrodisiac; Adaptogen; Demulcent; Hypoglycemic; Immuno-stimulant; Tonic; Vasodilator.

Nutrients:   Iron, magnesium, zinc, vitamins A, B1, B2, B5, E and K.

Drug Interactions: No known Drug Interactions.  Not much research has been done on Suma.

Description:  Fights inflammation, boosts the immune system, and combats anemia, fatigue, and stress. It has been used for AIDS, arthritis, liver disease, menopause, diabetes, and high blood pressure. It has also been used to fortify hormones (especially estrogen), reduce tumors and cancers and regulate blood sugars. 



Botanical name:  Corynanthe yohimbe

Origin:  Africa

Therapeutic actions:  Stimulant; Aphrodisiac.

Drug Interactions: Brimondine.  Supportive with Bupropron, Fluvoxamine and Prozac.

Description:  It functions by dilating the blood vessels of the skin and mucus membranes, thereby decreasing blood pressure and increasing the blood to the surface of the sex organs. If, however, the individual is hypotensive (with low blood pressure) and fatigued, then temporary impotence may result. It also acts to "increase reflex excitability of the lower spinal cord region" and has a local anesthetic effect similar to cocaine.


Botanical name:  Tribulus terrestris

Origin:  China

Therapeutic actions:  Abortifacient; Alterative; Anthelmintic; Aphrodisiac; Carminative; Demulcent; Diuretic; Galactogogue; Infertility; Pectoral.

Description:  The different parts of the plant are used for different disorders.

Internal uses:  It stimulates blood circulation, impotence, nocturnal emissions, gonorrhea, incontinence of urine, painful urination, gout, and kidney diseases. The plant has shown anti-cancer activity. Flowers are used in the treatment of leprosy. The stems are used in the treatment of scabious skin diseases and psoriasis. The dried and concocted fruits are used in the treatment of congestion, gas, headache, liver, ophthalmia and stomatitis.



Botanical name:  Fragaria vesca

Origin:  Bulgaria

Therapeutic actions:  Astringent; Diuretic; Laxative; Tonic.

Description:  Strawberry is a stomach cleanser and helps to tone the appetite and bowels.

Internal uses:  The leaves have been used as a diuretic to remove gravel and stones and promote overall kidney health while improving the condition of the blood, stimulating the metabolism and as an overall tonic. Strawberry leaf contains tannins, which are responsible for the leaves' astringent activity in the body. Although there are several varieties of wild strawberries, all of the species have similar medicinal properties. The leaves are a diuretic, astringent, and tonic and can be made into a mild and aromatic tea, which is most often used to treat diarrhea, and intestinal and urinary complaints.


Botanical name:  Schisandra chinensis

Origin:  China

Therapeutic actions:  Anti-bacterial; Alterative; Astringent; Antioxidant; Adaptogen; Antiseptic; Aphrodisiac; Bitter; Expectorant; Sedative; Tonic.

Drug Interactions: This may be beneficial when taken with drugs that contain the ingredient Acetaminophen.

Description:  Increases energy and helps the body heal itself. It strengthens the digestive organs and the immune system. It protects against free radical damage and viral and bacterial infections. It has been very beneficial for protecting the liver from toxins.

Internal uses:  It has been used for aging, diabetes, fatigue, impotency, mental alertness, nervous disorders, gastritis, coughs, edema, insomnia, kidney, lung problems and hepatitis.


Botanical name:  Urtica dioica

Origin:  Bulgaria/Croatia

Therapeutic actions: Anti-asthmatic; Anti-arthritic; Anti-rheumatic; Analgesic; Anti-inflammatory; Anti-dandruff; Astringent; Diuretic; Fertility; Galactagogue; Hemostatic; Hypoglycemic; Stings; Tonic.

Nutrients:   Calcium, copper, fatty acids, folate, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, sulfur, zinc, vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, C and E.

Description:  It is a good blood purifier as well as blood-invigorating.

Internal uses:   It has been mainly used for arthritis, gout, anemia, skin disorders, eczema and for nourishment.  It has been used for issues with infertility.  For men, the root of stinging nettle has 3,4-divanillyltetrahydrofuran, a compound that boosts testosterone levels, resulting in improved sperm quality and increased sexual desire. It also helps to arrest bleeding from the lungs, stomach, and mouth, to reduce hemorrhaging of the urinary system, for gravel and inflammation in the kidneys, and to help lower blood sugar levels. 



Botanical name:  Ptychopetalum uncinatum

Origin:  Peru/Brazil

Therapeutic actions:  Aphrodisiac; Stimulant.

Description:  A Brazilian herb also known as potency wood. Folklore of Brazil acclaims this herb as a powerful aphrodisiac and nerve stimulant. Its aphrodisiac effect can be obtained through the internal use of the herb and also by bathing the genitals in a strong tea.

Internal uses:  Its local application is also used for treating diarrhea, loss of appetite,  rheumatism, and muscle paralysis. Other uses: dyspepsia and menstrual irregularities, to stimulate the appetite, and as a general tonic.


Botanical name:  Panax quinquefolium

Origin:  USA

Therapeutic actions:  Adaptogen; Anti-inflammatory; Demulcent; Hypoglycemic; Tonic; Stimulant; Vasodilator.

Nutrients:  Calcium, choline, copper, fiber, folate, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, silicon, zinc, vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, C, E and G.

Drug interactions:  May interact with Warfarin.

Description:  There are many grades and varieties of Ginseng available. In China, it is used as a preventative and is considered to be the "King of all Tonics." Increases synthesis of nuclear RNA.

Internal uses:  It provides stimulation to the entire body for stress, fatigue, weakness, and deficiencies. It stimulates and improves the brain cells and is especially stimulating for mental fatigue. Ginseng works with the heart and blood providing nourishment and circulation. It has been used for diabetes, anemia, normalizing blood pressure, reducing cholesterol and preventing atherosclerosis. By some, it is considered to be a panacea and said to slow down the aging process. Ginseng tones the appetite and is useful in digestive problems, helping to alleviate stomach problems, colic, congestion and constipation. Athletes use it for overall body strengthening. 



Botanical name:  Epimedium sagittatum

Origin:  China/Chile

Therapeutic actions:  Aphrodisiac; Anaphrodisiac; Antioxidant.

Drug interactions:  Supports interaction if on oral corticosteroids.

Description:  Horny Goat Weed is one of the most valued tonics of Chinese herbalism. Usually combined with yin tonic herbs. In China, it is especially used for supporting healthy sexual activity - thus its name, Horny Goat Weed. It has been used as a tonic for the reproductive system (boosting libido and treating impotence) and as a rejuvenating tonic (to relieve fatigue).

Internal uses:  Used for atherosclerosis, erectile dysfunction, hay fever, and lowers cholesterol.


Botanical name:  Eleutherococcus senticosus

Origin:  China


Therapeutic actions:  Adaptogen; Alterative; Anti-rheumatic; Antispasmodic; Aperitive; Aphrodisiac; Calmative; Anti-inflammatory; Cardio-tonic; Hypertensive; Hypoglycemic; Immuno-stimulant; Prophylactic; Tonic; Vasodilator.

Nutrients:  Calcium, choline, copper, fiber, folate, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, silicon, zinc, vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, C, E and G.

Drug interactions:  Interacts with Digoxin. Supports interaction if on chemotherapy or chemotherapy drugs and influenza virus vaccine. Check with the physician if on warfarin or ticlopidine.

Description:  It increases longevity, and stamina and boosts the immune system. It has also improved memory and concentration. This Ginseng can be taken by males and females for long periods of time.

Internal uses:  It has been used for mental and/or physical fatigue, curbs irritability, and improves appetite, sleep and reflex action. Eleuthero protects against the dangers of radiation (atomic fallout, microwaves and x-rays). It detoxifies the blood. It has also been used for adrenals, blood pressure, hemorrhaging, hyperglycemia, impotence, memory and viruses.  Other indications: age spots, blood pressure, depression, increased endurance, hemorrhage, longevity, and mental and physical vigor. It is also a sexual stimulant.


Botanical name:  Turnera diffusa

Origin:  Mexico

Therapeutic actions:  Aphrodisiac; Digestive; Infertility; Tonic.

Nutrients:  Calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, zinc, vitamins B1, B2, B3, and C.

Drug interactions:  No known drug interactions.

Description:  Its use improves digestion by stimulating the muscular contractions of the intestinal tract and delivers oxygen to the genital area. It has also been able to balance hormones.

Internal uses:  Damiana has been used to treat nervous exhaustion, anxiety, depression, debility in convalescence, impotence, premature ejaculation, prostate complaints, urinary infections, frigidity, vaginal discharge, painful menstruation, menopausal problems, poor appetite, digestion and atonic constipation. Considered by many to be an aphrodisiac; useful to increase the sperm count in men and to strengthen the egg in women. It lifts the spirits, calms the nerves, regulates hormonal activity, stimulates the genito-urinary tract and rejuvenates kidney energy. It helps to restore the natural sexual capacities and functions. It is used especially for the exhausted body.


Botanical name:  Lepidium meyenii

Origin:  Peru

Therapeutic actions:  Adaptogen; Aphrodisiac; Anti-cancer; Infertility; Nutritive; Tonic; Antifatigue; Immuno-stimulant; Steroidal.

Nutrients:  Amino acids, calcium, copper, essential fatty acids, iron, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, silicon, zinc, vitamins B1, B2, B12, C and E.

Drug interactions: No known drug interactions.

Description:  Maca is a little-known herbal remedy and high-energy food that fuels brain function and eases hormone irregularities.

Internal uses:  It has been used for increasing energy, stamina and endurance in athletes, promoting mental clarity, and treating male impotence, and infertility.  It works to strengthen all the endocrine glands. It has been helpful to prevent cancer of various tissues including the mammary gland, esophagus, liver, small intestine, colon and bladder. Maca has been used as an immune stimulant and in the treatment of anemia, tuberculosis, menstrual disorders, menopause symptoms, stomach cancer, sterility and other reproductive and sexual disorders. It has been known to enhance memory.

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