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Herbalism has come of age! As more and more people become wary of side effects from prescription drugs, natural remedies have become increasingly attractive. Not only are herbal formulations easier on the system overall, but science has now shown they contain components that really work. Plant compounds are no longer relegated to the realm of “folk medicine” of dubious value, but are being widely accepted not just by the general public but by the scientific and medical communities.

Despite a reputation for botanical remedies being the stuff of old wives tales, some herbal medicines attracted the attention of doctors and scientists early on. Long before scientific tests gave it credibility, foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) was used to treat heart ailments. Science came along and confirmed the utility of digitalis, an extract of the foxglove plant, naming the drug after its botanic name. Other old folk remedies used coupon for viagra pill autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale) to treat gout. Now we have colchicine, an extract of the autumn crocus, which is not only effective in treating gout but helps with inflammatory disorders as well. Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) is a popular supplement nowadays, helping to improve circulation. Many use it as a memory improvement supplement, or in aiding functioning with brain conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease.

We now live in an age where homeopathic treatments and herbal supplements are readily available as a less expensive and safer alternative to chemical-based drugs. Increasingly concerned with side effects from prescription drugs, people are turning to natural formulations, many of them medically proven to work, as a better alternative.

Some supplements, such as ginseng, have been in use for thousands of years. Ginseng has been traditionally used in Oriental medicine to increase stamina and endurance and to improve physical performance. It may also boost the immune system. Possibly its best-known use in the West is as a sexual performance enhancement. Although ginseng’s exact mechanisms of action are still unknown, you can be assured that ginseng would not have been in use for milennia if it didn’t ultimately deliver results.

Damiana is nother interesting herbal ingredient. As with other male potency supplements,  such as ginseng and horny goat weed (Epimedium sagittatum), this ingredient is said to supercharge the sex drive! The botanic name alone, Turnera aphrodesiaca, tells you that it has long been known as a sexual enhancement herb, capable of boosting male libido.  In Mexico, it is widely used for increasing the sex drives of both men and women. It also has uses in treating anxiety and depression, and is said to help fibromylagia.

Vigrx Plus, a leading male performance supplement uses damiana, as well as horny goat weed, ginseng, puncture vine (Tribulus terrestris), and other herbal components, to naturally enhance sexual performance and produce amazing results. Interestingly, puncture vine, one of the components in Vigrx Plus, has long been used in both ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medicine, is now accepted by the European mainstream medical community as a treatment for sexual disfunction and for improving erectile functioning.

Again and again, medical progress keeps re-affirming what our ancestors already knew: that herbs can boost your stamina, treat disease, enhance sexual functioning, and treat both mind and body.