Ingredients in New Chinese Herbal Better Than Viagra Kamagra

Ingredients Better Than Sildenafil Herbal Viagra Alternative

 

FDA Registration at G. 298/49.

  Instructions
          (1) For Erectile Dysfunction and/or only partial erections 1 capsule per day.
          (2) For healthy men that want total confidence of powerful erections anytime required.
               1 capsule per day for 3 days, then one every 2-3 days as required
          (3) Take with warm water or room temperature water, do not take with cold water.

 

1) Coix lachryma-Jobi L

Job's Tears Link 1
Job's Tears Link 2
(seems mainly ani-cancer uses)
Job's Tears (Coix lacryma-jobi), Coixseed, Tear Grass, adlay, or adlai, is a tall grain-bearing tropical plant of the family Poaceae (grass family) native to Southeast Asia[1] but elsewhere cultivated in gardens as an annual. It has been naturalized in the southern United States and the New World tropics. In its native environment it is grown in higher areas where rice and corn do not grow well. Job's Tears are also commonly sold as Chinese pearl barley in Asian supermarkets, although C. lacryma-jobi is not closely related to barley (Hordeum vulgare).

2) Cinnamomum Cassia Presl

Cinnamomum Cassia
Cassia (called ròu gùi; ?? in Chinese) is used in traditional Chinese medicine, where it is considered one of the 50 fundamental herbs.

3) Lycium Chinense Mill

Lycium Chinense
Lycium chinense is one of two species of boxthorn in the family Solanaceae from which the wolfberry or goji berry is harvested, the other being Lycium barbarum. Two varieties are recognized, L. chinense var. chinense and L. chinense var. potaninii.

4) Cuscuta Chinensis Lam

Dodder Seed Extract
Action: To arrest seminal discharge and abnormal urinaton, prevent abortion, improve eyesight and relieve diarrhea by replenishing and tonifying the liver and the kidney.
Indications: Impotence, seminal emission, dripping of urine after urination, enuresis, frequent urination, aching and weakness of the loins and knees, blurred vision and tinnitus; threatened abortion due to hypofunction of the kidney; diarrhea due to hypofunction of the spleen and the kidney; external use for vitiligo.

5) Ziziphus Jujuba Mill

Jujube
Ziziphus jujuba, commonly called jujube (sometimes jujuba), red date, Chinese date, Korean date, or Indian date is a species of Ziziphus in the buckthorn family (Rhamnaceae), used primarily as a shade tree that also bears fruit.
In the traditional Chinese wedding ceremony, the jujube was often placed in the newlyweds' bedroom as a good luck charm for fertility

6) Dioscorea Opposia Thunb

Dioscorea Opposita

7) Herba Epimedii

Epimedium
Many species of Epimedium have aphrodisiac qualities associated with content of icariin. According to legend, this property was discovered by a Chinesegoat herder who noticed sexual activity in his flock after they ate the weed. It is sold as a health supplement, usually in raw herb, tablet, or capsule form and sometimes blended with other supplements.
Like sildenafil (the erectile dysfunction drug commonly sold as Viagra), icariin, the active compound in Epimedium, inhibits the activity of PDE-5. In vitro assays have demonstrated that icariin weakly inhibits PDE-5 with an IC50 of around 1 ?M, while sildenafil has an  of about 6.6 nM (.0066 ?M) and vardenafil (Levitra) has an of about 0.7 nM (.0007 ?M). Measured differently, the EC50 of icariin is approximately 4.62 ?M, while sildenafil's is .42 ?M. With the weak potency of Epimedium, and its unknown oral bioavailability, the amount of Epidemium extract necessary to have any effect is unclear from the literature.

8) Cordyseps Sinensis Sacc

Cordyceps
The Cordyceps mushrooms have a long history as medicinal fungi. The earliest clear record is a Tibetan medical text authored by Zurkhar Nyamnyi Dorje in the 15th Century outlining the tonic propensities of Yartsa gunbu (Cordyceps sinensis renamed now to Ophiocordyceps sinensis), especially as an aphrodisiac
The fungus is a medicinal mushroom which is highly prized by practitioners of Tibetan medicine, Chinese medicine and traditional Folk medicines, in which it is used as an aphrodisiac and as a treatment for a variety of ailments from fatigue to cancer. In Chinese medicine it is regarded as having an excellent balance of yin and yang as it is apparently both animal and vegetable.

9) Schisandra Chinensis Bail

Schisandra Chinensis
In traditional Chinese medicine, Schisandra chinensis (known as wu wei zi (Chinese: ???)) is believed to: act as an astringent for the Qi of the lungs and kidneys, restrain the essence to treat diarrhea, arrest excessive sweating from deficiency of Yin or Yang, calm the spirit by refreshing the heart and kidneys, and generate body fluid and reduce thirst.

10) Cervus Nippon Temminck

Lurong (Pilose Antler) Extract
Action: To promote virility, replenish vital essence and blood, and strengthen the tendons and bones , to regulate the meridians related to the uterus and conception, and promote the bursting of abscess and drainage of pus.

Indications: Impotence, spermatorrhea, or frigidity and infertility; emaciation, lassitude, aversion to cold, dizziness, tinnitus, impairment of hearing, back pain accopanied by cold sensation, and weakness of the limbs; abnormal uterine bleeding and leukorrhea; chronic cores difficult to heal.

11) Atractylodes Macrocephala Koidz

Atractylodes macrocephala Koidz
Improves sex drive, invigorates qi, yang and strengthens the spleen, strengthens digestion, eliminates dampness, treats poor appetite, loose stools, fatigue, diarrhea, abdominal distention

          Instructions
          (1) For Erectile Dysfunction and/or only partial erections 1 capsule per day.
          (2) For healthy men that want total confidence of powerful erections anytime required.
               1 capsule per day for 3 days, then one every 2-3 days as required
          (3) Take with warm water or room temperature water, do not take with cold water.