Eros Goat Weed

Proven Herbal Medication to improve impotence

What Is Horny Goat Weed

This amazing plant, called Epimedium in Latin, also known as Rowdy Lamb Herb, Barrenwort, Bishop’s Hat, Fairy Wings, and Yin Yang Huo, comes in 60 or more species of flowering plants, with the majority of varieties growing in southern China, some subspecies growing naturally in Europe,and throughout the rest of Asia.

Some Epimedium plants are commonly used for decorative purposes in gardens and landscaping, with many varieties having four-petaled “spider-like” flowers in spring. epimedium flower

Medicinal Value

Horny Goat Weed’s power as an aphrodisiac is associated with chemical compound called icariin. Legend has it that a Chinese goat herder noticed his flock engaging in amorous behavior after eating the weed. Today, it is generally available as a health supplement either in raw herb, tablet, or capsule form and sometimes blended with other supplements. The secret is out about this plant’s amazing properties, and many brands are incorporating horny goat weed as the pill’s active ingredient.

Icariin is the active ingredient in horny goat weed, with various brands varying from 5% up to 60% potency. Strengths above 60% are generally reserved for lab study and are not available for consumption by the general public.

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Icariin is found to increase levels of nitric oxide in the blood stream, which relaxes the smooth muscles surrounding the blood vessels. This allows more blood to flow through the blood vessels, allowing more blood to fill various tissues, especially penile tissue. Since erections can only occur with sufficient blood flow, this active compound is very beneficial to men suffering from erectile dysfunction and impotence.

healthy older womanRecent studies also indicate that icariin can promote osteoblast activity in bone tissue. Women also benefit from the increase in nitric oxide levels, since increased blood flow to tissue (including bone tissue) is essential for cell maintenance and repair, which can prevent osteoporosis. Bone that maintains and heals itself on schedule is far less likely to experience a loss of bone density, a common problem in today’s older women.