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EROTOGEN - Him is formulated to increase male sexual response and arousal, sexual function, positive mood, increased nitric oxide production, improved stamina and increased muscle mass.
[EROTOGEN: -erot- (Greek combining form with the meaning "sexual desire''); -gen- (Greek/Latin meaning “produced”, “comes from”); Erotogenic, causing sexual stimulation]
Men's sexual desires can experience natural changes with time because of hormonal changes, stress and challenging life events, and aging. Some mood-modulating medications might also make men more or less sexually motivated. Because sexual activity has beneficial effects on aging and our overall quality of live and well being, one should strive to maintain a healthy sex life.
While most men appear to maintain at least some level of interest in sexual activity into their 60s and even 70s, loss of sex drive can occur. Underlying conditions are frequently depression, stress, aging-related decline in testosterone levels, declining fitness and stamina, and fatigue. Many of these reasons for a declining sexual interest are of a hormonal nature.
Erectile dysfunction, also referred to as impotence, is characterized by difficulties obtaining and maintaining an erection. More than half of men between the ages of 40 and 70 deal with erectile dysfunction in some capacity. It can result from a variety of causes, such as: vascular disease (blood flow to the genitals is diminished), neurological disorders (nerves fail sending signals to the genitals), psychological conditions (stress, depression, anxiety), and trauma.
A diminished sex desire may be quite distressing for many men. A lack of libido can have a variety of negative psychological and physical impacts, including erectile dysfunction. Anxiety over sex might result from erectile dysfunction, which might then result in fewer sex acts and greater relationship problems. Inability to perform because to erectile dysfunction, or other issues, can lead to depression, problems with self-esteem, and a negative body image.
Several studies have shown that sexual activity promote longevity and health span extension. One study showed that sexual activity resulted in extension of telomeres at the end of our chromosomes. Other studies have shown that sexual activity results in the release of a variety of hormones that promote longevity, strengthens the immune system, promotes detoxification, reduces stress and improves sleep quality and decreases blood pressure.
EROTOGEN HIM comprises multiple synergistically acting natural ingredients that promote male sexual health, drive and stamina.
Horny Goat Weed
Supports increased sexual drive, increased testosterone, reduced progression of atherosclerosis, increased nitric oxide levels, and reduced arterial (blood vessel) inflammation levels (126,127).
Reduces arterial inflammation via reduction of free-radical-induced peroxidation in erythrocytes, and increased nitric oxide levels (126,127).
supports arterial health (health of blood vessels) via attenuating DNA damage, correcting endothelial dysfunction (126,127).
represses macrophage-derived foam cell formation, inhibiting platelet activation, and reduces oxLDL-induced monocyte adhesion to endothelial cells (126,127).
Macca Root Powder
Supports female hormonal health via increased sex drive, improved post-menopausal symptoms, and improved sexual desire (13).
Increases luteinizing hormone (LH) production and reduced severity of menstruation (13).
Increases sperm count in males via androgenic mechanisms associated with free testosterone increase (13).
Supports prostate health, cardiovascular health, and increased hair growth (133,134).
Supports prostate health via anti-androgenic and anti-inflammatory effects resulting in reduced Benign prostatic hyperplasia (134).
Eurycoma longifolia (tongkat ali)
Reduces stress hormones (cortisol), increases free testosterone, enhances mood, and supports sexual function (132).
Apoptogenic herb that supports antioxidant function, cognitive function, increased muscle mass, combats inflammation, stabilizes blood pressure, enhances sexual health, and enhances endurance performance (136).
Combats inflammation via inhibition of hydroxyl radical(inflammation) and lipid peroxidation (136).
Supports endurance performance by enhancing mitochondrial energy output during exercise (136).
Sarsaparilla is used to boost libido and enhance fertility. Some of the chemical components in this root extract improve blood flow and sperm motility, raising the likelihood of conception and enhancing sex desire in general.
Supports Antioxidant activity, antimicrobial activity, immune system activity, and skin health (140).
Supports skin health by inhibiting oxidative damage and skin-aging factor via mitogen-activated protein kinase signaling pathways (141).
Supports immune health and antioxidant activity by increasing l-glutathione levels (master antioxidant) and enhanced free radical scavenging capabilities (141).
Pumpkin Seed Extract
Supports urinary health, and immune function (175).
Substantial improvement in BPH/LUTS. The observed symptom relief is accompanied by a clinically significant improvement in IPSS-related (175).
Muira Puma Extract
Supports sexual vitality in males and females, reduces stress, and increases blood flow to sexual organs (135).
May support antioxidant function and cardiovascular health (185).
Supports blood sugar regulation and urinary health (1152, 1153, 1154, 1155).
Combats diarrhea, cramps, and muscle inflammation (176).
Decreases muscle soreness and increases muscle strength (177).
Supports immune health, improves blood sugar regulation, and reduces inflammatory markers seen in gastrointestinal chronic diseases (16).
Improves insulin resistance by reduction of inflammatory blood markers, increasing glucose uptake by exercising skeletal muscle, and improving glycogen (storage form of carbohydrates) synthesis (17).
May support antioxidant function (1165, 1166).
Supports anti-inflammatory, anti-allergenic, and antimicrobial properties and the nervous system (178, 1146, 1147, 1148).
Supports sexual function, increased testosterone, cardiovascular health, supports healthy urinary tract function, supports athletic performance, and aids as a neuroprotective agent (137,138).
Supports sexual health, via activating aphrodisiacs, increased spermatogenesis, sperm motility, increased free testosterone, and increase of androgenic (hormone) action via the activation of endogenous testosterone production (137,138).
Supports cardiovascular health via decreased arterial inflammation levels of tumor necrosis factor (TNF)- and interleukin (IL)-6 (137,138).
Supports neuroprotective properties via protection of neuron injury, and cerebral ischemia-reperfusion by suppressing brain inflammatory markers (NF-κB, TNF- and IL-1(137,138).
Reduces inflammation and supports joint health (178,179).
Supports immune health via reduced generation of intracellular reactive oxygen species and increased levels of l-glutathione (master antioxidant) in macrophages (immune cells) (178,179).
Natural vasodilator precursor to increased nitric oxide levels (1).
Supports immune function by maturation of the T cell (immune cell) receptor zeta (TCR) (2).
Improves exercise performance via increased stroke volume (blood flow) and increased nutrient delivery to exercising muscle (3).
Reduces arterial blood pressure, insulin resistance, and supports fat lipolysis (fat burning) (4).
Supports increased bone mineral density, muscle function, hormonal balance, and immune function (180).
1. Uses third-party independently tested ingredients that are made in the USA, GMP certified, and made in an FDA registered facility.
2. Uses high-quality herbs, nootropics, vitamins, and minerals in an effective and efficaciously dosed formula.
Other formulas on the market
1. Source cheap ingredients from heavily polluted soils. Even “organic” supplements not third-party tested have been removed by FDA due to high levels of heavy metals.
2. Uses cheap sources of herbs, nootropics, vitamins, and minerals that contain high amounts of fillers and heavy metals.
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