Horny Goat Weed

Horny Goat Weed is called "Yin Yang Huo" in Chinese words, with the scientific name: Herba Epidemii. This flowering plant usually grows in China, but it can also be found in some parts of Asia. It belongs to part of Berberidaceae family. Horny goat weeds are hardy perennials. Their flowers are four-petaled.

It is said that in China, this weed was found by a goat herder to stimulate the sexual activities of goats after the animals ate such weed. Thus, this herb is famous in China for "horny goat weed". It has great values for the impotent men. It is confirmed by scientists that Epidemii demonstrates aphrodisiac properties. There are active ingredients in Epimedium: Icariin, which can increase levels of nitric oxide, and in turn relax smooth muscles. Icariin was also found by scientists that it can relax rabbit penile tissue. The rats (with their penis directly injected Epimedium extract) in that test increased blood pressure in their penis. According to scientists, icariin can prevent PDE5, which is an enzyme restricting blood flow to the penis and thus stops erections. Thus, icariin is the major reason of Epimedium's aphrodisiac properties.

In fact, along with other herbs, this herb is usually prescribed by Traditional Chinese doctors to cure male importance. It is popular in Asian markets and greatly consumed by them as a health supplement. Horny goat weeds are usually packaged in different forms: raw herb, tablets, concentrated granules, or capsules. Sometimes it can also be combined with other health supplements.

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