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Welcome to this presentation of natural products to develop the male genital area, to enhance the sexual feelings and to boost virility. Some of these products are topicals to be smeared onto the genital areas, others ar oral pills. The main difference between their effects is that the topicals give an instant effect that lasts up to 3 hours, where the oral products give an effect that takes some hours, days or weeks to occur fully, but when the effect is there, it is present the whole day and night. The topicals also have a mainly local effect where the pills have a greater mental and general bodily arousing effect too.
Further down on this page there is saome information about three of the ingredients in these natural sex power drugs - Maca, Damiana, Ginko Biloba
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Maca and its effects
Maca is a annual, biannual or perennial plant growing in natively in the high Andes of Bolivia and Peru. Its botannical classifiaction is: Kingdom: Plantae, Angiosperms, Eudicots, Rosids, Order: Brassicales, Family: Brassicaceae, Genus: Lepidium, Species: L. meyenii.
The growth habit, size, and proportions of the maca
are roughly similar to those of the radish and the turnip, to which it is
related. The stem is short and lies along the ground, with only the tips
curling up. The frilly leaves are born in a rosette at the soil surface, and
are continuously renewed from the center as the outer leaves die. The
off-white, self-fertile flowers are born on a central raceme, and are followed
by 4-5 mm siliculate fruits, each containing two small (2-2.5 mm) reddish-gray
ovoid seeds. The seeds, which are the plant's only means of reproduction,
germinate within five days, given good conditions, and have no dormancy.
Maca is the only member of its genus with a fleshy hypocotyl, which is fused with the taproot to form a radish- or inverted-pear-shaped body roughly 10-15 cm long and 3-5 cm wide.
Maca is traditionally grown at altitudes of approximately 3,750-4,350 m (12,500-14,500 ft). It grows well only in very cold climates with relatively poor soil. Although it has been cultivated outside the Andes it is not yet clear that it has the same constituents or potency when this is done. Hypocotyls do not form in greenhouses or in warm climates.
For approximately 2000 years maca has been an important traditional food and medicinal plant in its growing region. It is regarded as a highly nutritious food and as a medicine that enhances strength and endurance and acts as an aphrodisiac. During Spanish colonization maca was used as currency.
Traditional and modern use of maca
Pople in the Andean Mountains has cultivated and harvested maca for use for centuries. Maca has been an imprtant diet component that also has the ability to give the consumer general strength and virility.
Maca was consumed in ample amounts by Inca worriors to gain strangth and cuorrage. According to tradition the women of a conquered city had to be protected from the ambitiously virile wariors after the end of a battle.
Maca is used as a carbohyrdate rich food. In Peru the hypocondyle is cooked whole, mashed and boiled, dried and ground to a flour to be used in a porridge or roasted. The leaves are also used as a vegetable raw or cooked. The material in the hypocondyle is also fermented to a beer.
Im a grand scale maca is dried and ground to
a floor which is a great marchandise. This flour is used in a number of ways,
for example as a base in bakery. The flour and other variants of dried maka
has a wide use and is the base for extracts of several kind, for example to
use as flavouring and nutritional supplements.
By slight heating and pressing the nutrients in maca can be separated from the rather rigorous fibre matrix to result in a gelatiniziced product wich is easily digestible. This product can them be dried to a flour. This concentrated product is mostly used in supplemnts for health purposes.
In addition to sugars and proteins, maca
contains uridine, malic acid and its benzoyl derivative, and the
glucosinolates, glucotropaeolin and m-methoxyglucotropaeolin. The methanol
extract of maca tuber also contained
(1R,3S)-1-methyltetrahydro--carboline-3-carboxylic acid, a molecule which is
reported to exert many activities on the central nervous system.
The nutritional value of dried maca root is high, similar to cereal grains such as rice and wheat. It contains 60% carbohydrates, 10% protein, 8.5% dietary fiber, and 2.2% fats. Maca is rich in essential minerals, especially selenium, calcium, magnesium, and iron, and includes fatty acids including linolenic acid, palmitic acid, and oleic acids, and 19 amino acids, as well as polysaccharides.[ Maca's reported beneficial effects for sexual function could be due to its high concentration of proteins and vital nutrients.
Small-scale clinical trials performed in men have
shown that maca extracts can heighten libido and improve semen quality, though no studies have been performed on men with sexual dysfunction or
infertility. Maca has not been shown to affect sex hormone levels in humans
In addition, maca has been shown to increase mating behaviour in male mice and
In Peru, maca is prepared and consumed in several ways. The hypocotyl can be roasted in a pit (called matia). The root can also be mashed and boiled to produce a sweet, thick liquid, dried and mixed with milk to form a porridge or with other vegetables or grains to produce a flour that can be used in baking. If fermented, a weak beer called chicha de maca can be produced. The leaves can also be prepared raw in salads or cooked much like Lepidium sativum and Lepidium campestre, to which it is genetically closely related.Maca has also been shown to reduce enlarged prostate glands in rats though its effects on humans are unknown.
The root vagetqble of Maca or Lepidium leyenii
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damiana - its effects as an erotic life and health improver
Damiana (Turnera aphrodisiaca) has its original home in sunny places in Mexico. Its botanical classification is: Kingdom: Plantae, Division: Magnoliophyta, Class: Magnoliopsida, Order: Malpighiales, Family: Turneraceae, Genus: Turnera, Species: T. diffusa.
The plant is a small-grown shrub of 0,6 - 1.0 meter height. It blossoms from July to August. It has an aromatic fig-like scent and hermaphrodite flowers (with both male and female organs).
The whole plant tastes and feels bitter, pungent and warming. The plants are harvested during flowering, and are dried for later use.
The leaves are used as a tea substitute and also as a flavouring in liqueurs. They taste strongly aromatic and slightly bitterly.
The plant requires well-drained dry soil and much light, and do not tolerate frost. It can grow in variable types of soils as for example acid, neutral or alcaline, sandy soil or clay soil as long as the soil drains good. It is found in woodlands, sunny Edges, or by west or south walls.
One must saw the seed in greenhouse. The seedlings must be replaced to individual pots, once they are large enough and then grown further in the greenhouse during the first winter.
Plant them out into their permanent positions in early
summer. The plants must have some protection from winter cold for at least their first winter
Traditionally the plant has been
used ny the Maya indians as a female aphrodisiac. Native Mexican women have long drunk an infusion of the herb a couple of hours
before bedtime to prime themselves for their men.
Frio de la matriz is an illness suffered by post-partum women, if they do not set aside other activities in order to care for themselves or their babies in a period, with symptoms as pelvic congestion, menstrual irregularities and loss of libido. These symptoms may persist up to several years after delivery if the conditions is not treated. The name means "coldness of the womb or the uterus". In traditional hispnic maternal care, women is given a period of 40 days to care only for themselves and the baby to prevent this illness.
Damiana is the traditional treatment in hispanic population for this condition.
In herbal medicine, damiana is used to treat conditions ranging from coughs, to constipation, to depression. The herbal supplement is reputed to help with Energy, Emphysema, low Estrogen, Frigidity, Hot Flashes, Impotency, Infertility, Menopause, Parkinson's Disease, PMS, Inflammation of Prostate, Lou Gehrig's disease, and more dealing with reproductive organs in both males and females.
The herb is a usefull female aphrodisiac with these composite effects:
It arouses sexual desire by woman
It also increases a womens energy
It controls flashes during menopause
It balances the womans hormonal system
Helps against infertility
Helps against painful menstruation and vaginal discharge.
For men the herb has the following effects:
Increases of the sperm count
Helps against imponency, and premature ejaculation.
Helps against infertility.
Helps against prostate trouble.
The herb stimulates the sentral nervous system and helps against depression, anxiety, poor apetite and nervous exhaustion.
The herb further generally stimulates the genito-urinary tract and rejuvenates kidney energy.
It also stimulates the digestive system and healps against atonic constipation, poor digestion and poor appetite.
Damiana has further been used for pulmonary (lung) disorders (including asthma), and as a general body cleanser. It has been used for cough preparations, and helps to relieve cold symptoms and flu.
Damiana is a laxative in children. It stimulates muscle contractions of the intestinal tract.
Damiana is believed to be more effective when combined with other herbs of similar or complementary activity
Preparation and use
Damiana tea: Add 250 ml (1 cup) boiling water to 1 gram of dried leaves, and let it steep ten to fifteen minutes. Drink three cups per day.
Damiana is also sold as tincture or capsules. Take tablets or capsules in the amount of 400-800 mg three times per day. In tincture form, it is to be taken as 2-3 ml 3 times a day
A traditional Mexican liqueur, sometimes used in margaritas is made from this herb. Its makers claim that Damiana liqueur was used in the first margarita.
What substances are active in damiana
Most research has been done on the essential oil of damiana, which includes numerous small, fragrant substances called terpenes. As yet, it is unclear if the essential oil is truly the main active fraction of damiana.
The leaves also contain the antimicrobial substance arbutin, alkaloids, and other potentially important compounds.
Possible side effects of damiana
Damiana is a safe herb with very few reports of unwanted effects. Damiana may occationally cause hedaches and insomnia.
In animal studies, damiana may have affected blood sugar levels. Individuals who have diabetes may want to avoid using it.
Very little information is available on how damiana might affect a developing fetus, an infant, or a small child. Therefore, its use is not recommended for small children, during breast-feeding or during pregnancy.
In one reported case, a person having taken 200 grams damiana (7 ounces) got epileptic seizures.
Alarcon-Aguilar FJ, Roman-Ramos R, Flores-Saenz JL, Aguirre-Garcia F. Investigation on the hypoglycaemic effects of extracts of four Mexican medicinal plants in normal and alloxan-diabetic mice. Phytotherapy Research. 2002;16(4):383-386.
Taylor L. Herbal Secrets of the Rainforest, 2nd edition. Roseville, California. Prima Publishing, Inc. 2002.
Damiana branches with leaves and a yellow flower - a free picture from Wikipednia.org
Ginkgo bilobaand its effects
The Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba), frequently misspelled as "Gingko", and also known as the Maidenhair Tree, is a unique tree with no close living relatives. It is classified in its own division, the Ginkgophyta, comprising the single class Ginkgoopsida, order Ginkgoales, family Ginkgoaceae, genus Ginkgo and is the only extant species within this group.
It is one of the best
known examples of a living fossil. In the past it has also been placed in the
divisions Spermatophyta or Pinophyta. Ginkgo is a gymnosperm: its seeds are
not protected by an ovary wall. The apricot-like structures produced by female
ginkgo trees are technically not fruits, but are the seeds having a shell that
consists of a soft and fleshy section (the sarcotesta), and a hard section (the
For centuries it was thought to be extinct in the wild, but is now known to grow in at least two small areas in Zhejiang province in eastern China, in the Tian Mu Shan Reserve. However, gingko trees in these areas may have been tended and preserved by Chinese monks for over 1000 years. Therefore, whether native ginkgo populations still exist is uncertain.
The extract of the Ginkgo leaves contains flavonoid
glycosides and terpenoids (ginkgolides, bilobalides) and has been used
pharmaceutically. It has many alleged nootropic properties, and is mainly used
as memory enhancer and anti-vertigo agent. However, studies differ about its
efficacy. Some controversy has arisen over the conclusions drawn by some
studies that were allegedly funded by a firm which marketed Ginkgo. Slate, an
Internet-based magazine owned by The Washington Post Company, reported in
In 2002, a long-anticipated paper appeared in JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) titled "Ginkgo for memory enhancement: a randomized controlled trial." This Williams College study, sponsored by the National Institute on Aging rather than Schwabe, examined the effects of ginkgo consumption on healthy volunteers older than 60. The conclusion, now cited in the National Institutes of Health's ginkgo fact sheet, said: "When taken following the manufacturer's instructions, ginkgo provides no measurable benefit in memory or related cognitive function to adults with healthy cognitive function."
Dr. Willmar Schwabe GmbH & Co. is a German pharmaceutical company that markets a Ginkgo product within the United States.
Out of the many conflicting research results, Ginkgo extract seems to have three effects on the human body: it improves blood flow (including microcirculation in small capillaries) to most tissues and organs; it protects against oxidative cell damage from free radicals; and it blocks many of the effects of PAF (platelet aggregation, blood clotting) that have been related to the development of a number of cardiovascular, renal, respiratory and CNS (Central Nervous System) disorders. Ginkgo can be used for intermittent claudication.
A 2004 conference paper summarizes how various trials indicate that Ginkgo shows promise in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease, although further study is needed.
Ginkgo is commonly added to energy drinks, but the amount is typically so low it does not produce a noticeable effect, except perhaps via a placebo effect from Ginkgo being listed on the label.
Ginkgo supplements are usually taken in the range of 40–200 mg per day.
Possible side effects
Ginkgo may have some undesirable effects when it is
taken in greater doses. In most herbal pills, ginko is present in safe doses
and is only one of many herbal ingredients, all of which are present in safe
doses. There may be a risk for individuals with blood circulation disorders
and those taking anti-coagulants such as aspirin and warfarin, although recent
studies have found that ginkgo has little or no effect on the anticoagulant
properties or pharmacodynamics of warfarin. Ginkgo should also not be used by
people who are taking monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOI) or by pregnant women
without first consulting a doctor. Ginkgo side effects and cautions include:
possible increased risk of bleeding, gastrointestinal discomfort, nausea,
vomiting, diarrhea, headaches, dizziness, and restlessness. If any side
effects are experienced, consumption should be halted immediately.
A hanging branch of Ginkgo biloba with leaves
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