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Why is Epimedium good for male menopause?

stephany By On 11/05/2020 at 13:46 0

In Male Infertility

EPIMEDUM FOR MALE ANDROPAUSE?

Horny goat weed is a plant used in traditional Chinese medicine that may have as many users as it does people who snicker at its name. Known as yin yan Huo to the Chinese, as dâm dương hoắc to the Vietnamese, and Epimedium to botanists, the flowering plant is believed to stimulate male and female hormones to improve sexual function and arousal.

Epimedium - Wikipedia

Epimedium, horny goat (Epimedium brevicornum, Horny Goat Weed) is a herbaceous flowering plant belonging to the family Berberidaceae. It is also perennial , resuming its growth in the spring , year after year .

The genus of the herb numbers about 60 or more species . Most of them are endemic to the southern regions of China, but some representatives are also found in Europe, Central, South and East Asia. These have been widely used in traditional Chinese medicine to enhance the body's sexual capabilities , boost immunity , as part of treating cancer and slowing aging. Flavonoids and polysaccharides are the main active components of plants.

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The epimedium reaches a height of about 40 centimeters , and its growth is bushy and densely covers the ground. Vegetation is propagated by underground stems called rhizomes . The leaves are deciduous, light green, heart-shaped . They fall off at the end of the growing season .

The scattered goat blooms in the spring. And it has small , hanging white flowers . They consist of both male and female fetal organs. Females develop first , followed by males. The fruit is a capsule . Ripe, it cracks and releases many seeds.

Distribution of a scapegoat


Under natural conditions, the plant is found mostly in the highlands of Asia , mainly in China. In Bulgaria it can be found in Strandzha and on the Black Sea coast.

Usable part of a breeding goat


The usable part of the epimedium is its leaves.

Chemical composition of a breeding goat
 

icarin (acts by suppressing a certain enzyme - phosphodiesterase-5, responsible for controlling blood flow to the penis); luteolin, linoleic acid, oleic acid, palmitic acid, sterols, benzene, tannin, vitamin E, flavonoids, campherol, sagitazines, lignans, quercetin.
 

Healing properties and application of epimedium


The main action of the spoiled goat is an aphrodisiac. Increases sexual desire and sexual satisfaction in men. Some of them also report an increase in the satisfaction of their partner.

Due to the content of luteolin in the herb, it is considered to have anti-cancer properties . It also has a general tonic effect on the body. This herb is great for andropause, make sure to seek doctor's opinion before using this herb. 

What is Epimedium used for?

  • in erectile dysfunction;
  • as an anti-impotence agent;
  • in order to increase libido by naturally stimulating testosterone synthesis;
  • when tired.


In traditional Chinese medicine, the scapegoat is usually combined with other tonic herbs, used in the long term, to support sexual health. If not in this combination, it is believed that the epimedium can provoke aggression, irritability, fever, rapid heartbeat, and other similar symptoms.

Chinese medicine uses the goat to treat infertility, osteoporosis, clogging of the arteries, menstrual disorders, liver and kidney problems. In these diseases, it is taken in the form of tea obtained from the leaf mass of the plant. The Chinese believe that epimedium works better on the body when used in combination with other herbs. Again in China, epimedium is traditionally used to relieve stress and fatigue. The herb is also a common ingredient in the alcoholic beverage " Spring Wine ".

The chased goat is also used to relieve joint problems and ailments during menopause. Positive results have also been obtained in studies involving the epimedium in the treatment of cardiovascular disease, asthma, bronchitis. 

Epimedium is also used for: low back and knee pain, arthralgia, numbness and slackness of the limbs, muscle spasms, polio, rheumatic pain, cough, neurasthenia, hypertension.

In animal studies, prolonged use of large quantities of goats has been associated with decreased thyroid activity.

The plant itself is also used in decorative floral solutions.

How to use


Infusion - to 250 milliliters of hot water add 1 teaspoon of the herb. Boil for 10-15 minutes. The resulting liquid is taken for the day, in 2-3 parts, 2 hours before intercourse.

It is available in the pharmacy network for intake in the form of a food supplement.

Attention!
Side effects from the excessive use of horny goat may be dizziness, vomiting, and bleeding from the nose.

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