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Produkt-Vorteile im Überblick
- Hilft Deiner Vitalität
- Gegen Entzündungen und Übelkeit
- Auswirkung auf Testosteron- bzw. Östrogenbildung
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VelaVital , natural energetic for the support of vitality.
Ingredients: Catuaba, ginkgo, maca, muira puama and earthenware. The herbs come partly from wild growth and partly from organic cultivation. Capsule shell Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (vegan) 22,6%
Consumption recommendation: 1-2 capsules daily with plenty of water with the meals after. Do not exceed the indicated recommended intake. Out of range of small children. No substitute for a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Earth thorn (Tribulus terrestris)
is predominantly native to the tropics and subtropics. In traditional medicine in Asia, the asterisk - another name - has long been used as a remedy for inflammation and nausea his place. In addition, the plant was used to create balance in the body. That since the 90s it has been on an almost unstoppable triumphal procession through the world has nothing to do with this effect. The plant owes its popularity in the USA and Europe to another fact.
The earth star contains a number of biologically active substances that are supposed to make you more powerful and fitter. Particularly among men, it is considered a natural remedy to increase testosterone- and DHEA levels and thus promote muscle growth, but also the regeneration ability of the muscles. In addition, Tribulus Terrestris will increase potency and libido ...said. However, scientific evidence of these effects is lacking - at least for us humans. On the other hand, it seems to be confirmed that the earth-root thornweed is well is suitable for the therapy of urinary tract diseases.
Muira puama (Ptychopetalum olacoidoides)
belongs to the order of sandalwoods and can be assigned to the family Olacaceae. This tree, which grows up to 15 metres high, is found in French Guiana, Guyana and Suriname. One also finds it in the northern states of Brazil. It grows mainly in high altitude savannah forests and parts of the rainforest whose soils are not flooded. In the books for Natural remedies such as the British Herbal Pharmacopoeia, the wood has been known for over 100 years as a potency enhancer. Trivial Muira Puama is also often used in Europe as a potency wood or Potency tree.
Catuaba (Erythroxylum catuaba)
has a long history in herbal medicine as an aphrotisiac. The Tupi Indians were the first to discover the aphrodisiac effect of the plant and to appreciate its and the wonders of its action through dedicated numerous songs to the last centuries. An infusion from the bark is used in traditional Indian herbal medicine as an aphrodisiac and stimulant for the central nervous system needed. In Catuaba it is a group of three alkaloids of syncronized Catabuins A, B and C, which are thought to stimulate the central nervous system and thus improve sexual functions amplify. A bark extract is usually used to treat sexual impotence, nervousness, nerve pain, poor memory, forgetfulness and sexual weakness.
for the traditional chinese medicine the ginkgo is irreplaceable. Its leaves are used as a band-aid and as a healing tea for very different indications. Fields of application of the european folk medicine: Ginkgo promotes blood circulation, supports brain performance and helps with memory weakness and concentration problems.
Maca (Lepidium peruvianum)
the Maca plant comes from the Peruvian Andes and contains a high proportion of proteins, vitamins, phosphorus and iron. It made a name for itself as "Andean Ginseng" with higher potency-enhancing effect than ginseng. Maca has been used for over 3,000 years as a natural stimulant for men and women. The leaves and roots contain hormone-like substances that on the one hand, promote the blood circulation in the pelvic area, on the other hand, influence the formation of testosterone or oestrogen.