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Wondering about phytotherapy agents known to increase sexual power...

Wondering about phytotherapy agents known to increase sexual power...

Epimedium, a plant grown in the Far East, is believed to have an aphrodisiac effect and has been used in the treatment of many sexual problems such as impotence, premature ejaculation, and inability to orgasm. It is also known as 'horny goat weed' in our country.

  • Impotence (less erection time)
  • Loss of sexual desire
  • Premature ejaculation
  • Inability to get an erection due to stress and fear during sexual intercourse
  • It is good for the problems of insufficient number and duration of sexual intercourse.
  • In addition, those who do not have a problem in their sexual life but want to make their sexual life stronger and higher, can be used easily by sexually healthy people.

The plant, known as Panax Ginseng (Asian or Korean ginseng) and Panax Quinquefolium (American ginseng), has been used in eastern traditional medicine for about 2000 years, and is one of the most widely used and researched herbal medicines in the world.

Tribulus Terrestis 
Like other herbal treatments, Tribulus Terrestis is an alternative treatment method that has been used for a long time due to its aphrodisiac effect. Although the mechanism of action is not known clearly, it has been shown to increase erectile capacity by increasing the testosterone level.

Ginkgo Biloba 
The ginkgo tree is the oldest plant in the world and has a history of about 150 million years. There are many studies on the use of gink in the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction due to depression.

Lepimedium Meyenii (Maca)
It is a herbal treatment method used in traditional medicine for male sexual health and infertility for many years. In a clinical study, 45 healthy men were treated with Maca for 12 weeks, while the other group was followed with placebo and compared in terms of sexual desire. At the end of the study, it was found that there was an increase in sexual desire by 42% in the group that took Lepimedium meyenii (Maca).

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