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Our Tribulus Maca + Damiana capsules are made from Tribulus, Tongkat Ali, Damiana, Maca, Roseroot, Astaxanthin, Ashwagandha, Black pepper and raw hemp powder. This potent mix of plants is well selected to serve the needs of our people to resist the rough, northern nature of the beautiful, wild Scandinavia.
These herbs and roots are not only known to reduce stress, to increase stamina and maintain your energy level, but mainly to boost your libido. In Chinese medicine, Ayurveda and other traditional medicines its used as an aphrodisiac and to increase the libido in both women and men. Additionally, they may help you with menopause symptoms and male fertility and aim to balance your hormone level.
Our Tribulus Maca + Damiana capsules contain a potent mix of mainly Tribulus, Tongkat Ali, and damiana, but also maca, roseroot, Astaxanthin, Ashwagandha, and black pepper.
The ingredients have been chosen for their ability to boost your lean muscles, which are extremely important for your health. Not only will lean muscles help in strengthening bones and joints, they will also make it easier for you to maintain a healthy weight and blood sugar levels.
By combining these ingredients, the Tribulus Maca + Damiana capsules aim to not only be highly effective in increasing your lean muscle mass and stamina, but also to boost your libido. Unlike most other supplements, the Tribulus Maca + Damiana capsules do not contain an extract, but is instead a mixture of full spectrum ingredients that achieve a compound effect of all the constituents on your body. It is one of the reasons why the Tribulus Maca + Damiana capsules are so effective at what it does.
While side effects of Tribulus supplement consumptions are very rare, there are still a few that’s been reported. These include stomach pains, cramps, and vomiting, as well as difficulty sleeping and heavy menstrual bleeding. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding you might want to take some precautions before consuming Tribulus supplements.
To consume the fruit of Tribulus, that is covered in spines, is not considered completely safe.
Tribulus is usually consumed in safe doses of 250 mg for women, and up to 500 mg for men. It all depends on how sensitive your body is, so it is recommended to start with a low dose and then slowly work your way up to the desired effects of the supplement.
Tribulus Terrestris, or Tribulus for short, is a plant with fruits covered in spines so sharp that they can puncture bicycle tires, which gave it its nickname “puncture vine”. It’s been used in both traditional Chinese medicine and the Indian Ayurveda for boosting libido in both women and men. Some people take Tribulus in combination with workout to help enhance their body composition, believing that it will increase muscle and decrease fat.
Tongkat Ali comes from the roots of a shrub called Eurycoma longifolia, that grows in Southeast Asia. It has mainly been used as a remedy for men suffering from low testosterone, infertility, and erectile dysfunction, with quite promising results. Tongkat Ali is also believed to help increase lean muscle mass and lose body fat, as well as improve energy levels and endurance. This could be because Tongkat Ali contains compounds known as quassinoids, molecules that amongst many functions can affect protein synthesis.
Damiana is a shrub that grows mainly in Central America and the West Indies, and its leaves and stem has been used as an aphrodisiac for centuries. It is said to increase sexual arousal, orgasm frequency, and stamina when taken as such. Some people also claim that damiana can help with weight loss, but that might just be due to its increase in certain activities.
Maca is a plant that grows in Peru, and has been used in their cooking for generations. Maca is very popular amongst athletes, as they believe that it will help you build endurance and give energy boosts, but where maca truly shines is when it comes to the benefits it may have for your libido. Several studies done has shown that consumption of maca led to an increased libido, as well as help with erectile dysfunction in men and menopause symptoms in women.
Roseroot, or Rhodiola rosea, has been used as both perfume and medical herb in Europe. It grows in Arctic regions, and is thought to help with both anxiety, depression, and as a boost in vitality. While it contains about 140 active ingredients, the most potent ones are rosavin and salidroside.
Astaxanthin is the red pigment that can be found in algae, and is what makes salmon, lobster, shrimps and other seafood have that pink or red colour. It is used by athletes to increase endurance during and decrease fatigue afterwards. It may also be beneficial to male fertility, as research has shown that by consuming astaxanthin, partners of men who were considered infertile has an increase in pregnancy.
Ashwagandha is a plant that grows in India and Northern Africa, and has been viewed as one of the most important herbs in Ayurveda, one of the world’s oldest holistic healing philosophies. Ashwagandha is known for increasing energy levels and concentration, while also relieving stress, and has been called the Indian ginseng from time to time. Some studies have also shown that Ashwagandha can increase fertility and libido in both men and women, as it works to put the body in balance by regulating your hormones.
Black pepper can, according to preliminary research, increase the absorption of essential nutrition, and boost your metabolism, which will help with weight loss. It also contains piperine, that has anti-inflammatory effects as well as the ability to reduce insulin-resistance.
|Ingredients||1 Capsule||4 Capsules|
|Tribulus||25 mg||100 mg|
|Tongkat Ali||25 mg||100 mg|
|Damiana||21 mg||84 mg|
|Maca||18 mg||72 mg|
|Rhodiola rosea||5 mg||20 mg|
|Astaxanthin||2,9 mg||7,6 mg|
|Ashwagandha||3 mg||12 mg|
|Black pepper||0,1 mg||0,4 mg|
2-4 Capsules per day
The recommended daily dosage should not be exceeded.
Store in a cool, dry place out of reach of children.
Nutritional supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. It is not intended for the prevention, treatment or cure of diseases.