Enduroman Male Enhancement - What's The Secret?
Enduroman is a powerful natural way to enhance sexual performance in men. Read below to learn about what makes Enduroman the best male enhancement supplement available on the market
Other names: Job's Tears
Primary use: Job's tears, or coix as it's commonly known, is used to promote healthy respiratory, and heart health function in adults. Job's tears is consumed as a nutritious health food in China, and Asia, and often used as a medicine. Research has shown that Job's tears promotes health cell regeneration, and promote healing of respiratory tract infections. Coix is added to Enduroman to promote healthy blood flow and respiratory function during sexual activity.
Cinnamomum Cassia Presl
Other names: Bastard Cinnamon, Cassia
Primary use: Cinnamomum Cassia was traditionally used mainly as a stomachic and carminative for gastrointestinal complaints and is still used for these conditions today. Additionally, cassia was shown to be highly effective in improving glucose and insulin metabolism. Researchers have recommended more studies for comparing the effectiveness of cinnamon in lowering A1C. Cassia was added to Enduroman for supporting bloodflow and circulation during sexual activity.
Lycium Chinense Mill
Other names: Wolfberry, Matrimony Vine, Goji Berry
Primary use: Nicknamed the "Matrimony Vine" for good reason, this herbal supplement has been used in China and Asis to promote sexual performance for over 2000 years. The fruit is one of the most popular tonics used in Chinese herbal medicine. A decoction is used to clear the vision, strengthen the kidneys, restore semen and nourish the liver. This Chinese fruit is a very rich source of vitamins and minerals, especially in vitamins A, C and E, flavanoids and other bio-active compounds. Wolfberry is used in Enduroman to promote regeneration of semen, and promote general health and wellness.
Ziziphus Jujuba Mill
Other names: Jujube
Primary use: The nutritional jujube (Ziziphus jujube Mill.) fruit belonging to the Rhamnaceous family is grown in Europe, southern and eastern Asia, and Australia, especially the inland region of northern China. Jujube has a long and illustrious history of usage as a fruit and remedy. Active ingredients include vitamin C, phenolics, flavonoids, triterpenic acids, and polysaccharides. Ziziphus Jujuba is used in Enduroman, due to its believed medicinal uses in Chinese medicine to alleviate stress, and anti-oxidant properties.
Dioscorea Opposita Thunb
Other names: Shanyao Root
Primary use: The Dioscorea Opposita Thunb (otherwise known in Chinese medicine as Shanyao Root) falls within the Chinese herbal medicine category of Tonify Qi materia medica. Being in this category it has specialized and important properties which make it one of the most important and commonly used materia medica in the Chinese medicine repertoire. The yam tuber contains relatively high contents of vitamins, different micro and macroelements, enzymes, and dietary fibers. Shanyao Root is used in Enduroman to promote sensory perception, and promote better sensitivity during sexual intercourse.
Herba Epimedii (Horny Goat Weed)
Other names: Barrenwort, Bishop's Hat, Fairy Wings, Horny Goat Weed, Rowdy Lamb Herb, Randy Beef Grass or Yin Yang Huo
Primary use: Many species of Epimedium have aphrodisiac qualities associated with content of icariin. According to a Chinese legend, this stimulating weed and its sexual properties were discovered by a Chinese goatherder who noticed sexual activity in his flock after they ate the weed. (Hence the nickname "Horny Goat Weed"). This particular weed is also found in the prescription drug Viagra®, and supposedly works by increasing levels of nitric oxide in the body, which relax smooth muscle tissue. Herba Epimedii (a.k.a. Horney Goat Weed) is used in Enduroman to promote sexual desire, and performance. Consumption of Horney Goat Weed may also help increase penile blood pressure, leading to stronger and more firm erections before and during sexual intercourse.
Cordyceps Sinensis (berk)Sacc
Other names: Caterpillar Fungus, Caterpillar Mushroom, Champignon Chenille
Primary use: Cordyceps Sinensis is a fungus that lives on certain caterpillars in the high mountain regions of China. Yes, you read that right. It grows on caterpillars. Fortunately, supplement makers are able to get enough of the product to sell because Cordyceps Sinensis will reproduce in the laboratory. Cordyceps Sinensis is used in Enduroman to help male sexual problems, through its believed uses for stimulation, and athletic performance benefits.
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