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Vigor Età 90 Capsules (Physical and mental fatigue, particularly in male sexual fatigue) Vegan ok


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Vegan Ok, OGM free

Physical and mental fatigue, particularly in male sexual fatigue. Thanks to the special properties of these plant extracts, this product improves sexual performance.
It can also be used by women to improve libido and as a helper for ovogenesis and infertility treatments. Improves sports performance and reduces recovery time in case of intense physical exercise.

Average content of characterizing ingredients for 4 cps, maximum daily dose.
Tribulus e.s. 864 mg corresponding to furan-sterols 90% 777.6 mg
Maca e.s. 288 mg
Muira puama e.s. 144 mg
Cordyceps e.s. 129.6 mg corresponding to 30% 38.9 mg polysaccharides.

Oral use for adults.
Take: 4 capsules a day. Preferably 2 after lunch and 2 after dinner.
Take 4 capsules a day of Vigor Età for 5-7 consecutive days for a treatment of maximum efficacy.
Capsules of plant origin, transparent (hydroxypropylmethylcellulose)
No preservatives or dyes

Tribulus, the dry extract of this plant contains steroidal saponins (gitonin and protodioscin), alkaloids (tribulosamide A and B) and various flavonoids. One of the main activities of this plant is to increase production of testosterone, dihydrotestosterone and dehydropiandosterone. The action mechanism seems to express in the stimulation of the anterior pituitary and produce luteinizing hormone which in turn, acting on the Leydig cells, induces a synthesis of testosterone. The increase in the hormones produces further effects such as, increased erectile function, reduced premature ejaculation, increased libido, turgescence and penile detumescence. According to some authors, the extract of Tr. increases spermatogenesis. The extract is useful not only for men but also for women. In fact steroid saponins seem to play an interesting role in favouring the release of the stimulating follicle hormone. This favours increased levels of estrogen with specific action on the ovary.
 Maca, the dry extract contains many essential amino-acids, benzyl glucosinolate and polyphenols, methyltetrahydrobetacarbolide-3-carboxylic acid (MTCA), methoxy benzyl isothiocyanate, polysaccharides, fatty acids and steroid compounds. The activity of Maca is due to a regulation of the hypothalamic-hypophyseal axis expressed on the endocrine regulation. Therefore it is linked to sexual hormonal dysfunctions (male and female). The extract of M. promotes an increase in libido and is useful in the treatment of erectile dysfunction and male impotence. These activities are ascribable to macaine alkaloids 1,2,3,4 which help to increase ovogenesis in females and spermatogenesis in males. Prolonged treatments (up to 4 months) have shown: increase in seminal volume, testicles weight, sperm count and sperm motility.
 Muira puama, this phytocomplex contains a long chain of fatty acids, essential oils, phytosterols, coumarins and alkaloids. The most important active principle seems to be the typical alkaloid of this species, Muirapuamina endowed with sexual stimulant properties. Clinical studies have highlighted the activity of this plant in the improvement of erectile state in man and in the increase of vigour and sexual desire in both sexes.
Cordyceps, the extract of this medicinal mushroom has interesting activities in improving physical resistance, a quality shared with other extracts in this product. In particular, C. can improve up to 40% oxygen absorption by cells, with a reduced sense of fatigue. This extract induces an energizing action thanks to an increase in ATP (+ 55%) which also leads to benefits in the sexual sphere.

​​​​​​​Contraindications: Keep out of reach of children under 3 years.
Not recommended during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Microbiological characteristics: compliant with current regulations.
Costanza Giunti, “problematiche sessuali e piante medicinali”, l’erborista numero 2, febbraio 2017.
Campanini E., Dizionario fitoterapico e piante medicinali, tecniche nuove, Settimo Milanese, 2002.
Bettiol F., Nappini I., Nunzianti E., Vademecum di erboristeria, Kos edizioni, 2014.
AA. VV. WHO (monographs of selected medicinal plants) – Vol. 4 – 2009

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