yohimbe


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yohimbe

(jəʊˈhɪmbeɪ)
n
1. (Plants) a rubiaceous tree native to W Africa
2. (Complementary Medicine) a natural remedy derived from the bark of this tree, used to treat male impotence

yo•him•be

(yoʊˈhɪm beɪ, -bi)

n., pl. -bes.
a tropical W African tree, Corynanthe johimbe, of the madder family, yielding an alkaloid formerly used as an aphrodisiac.
[(< New Latin) « a language of Cameroon]
Translations
yohimbeyohimbehe
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Man Up[R], combines saw palmetto extract containing beta sistosterol, with yohimbe, an age-old aphrodisiac and icariin derivatives from the horney goat weed (epimedium icariia) extract to produce an all-natural male erectile and prostate health product recommended as a daily dietary supplement for vigorous and active men who seek a healthy sex life and maintain robust prostate health.
It is one of the popular supplement for erectile dysfunction, this ensures positive effects on sexual performance but it is important to take recommended dosage but before want to try Yohimbe, it is important to consult with your doctor.
In the category of botanical medicines (a medical system based on the use of plants or plant extracts that may be eaten or applied to the skin), yohimbe accounted for the largest proportion of serious medical outcomes (28.
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I certainly can't see myself eating the bark of the yohimbe tree from west Africa or getting something called "horny goat weed," which the Chinese swear by.
A The active ingredient in the supplement known as yohimbe is yohimbine, an alkaloid from the bark of the Pausinystalia yohimbe tree, which is native to Africa.
There are some popular herbs like ginkgo biloba, yohimbe and tribulus available in online market for curing ED or male impotence.
Yohimbine, an indole alkaloid derived from the bark of the African yohimbe tree also falls into this group.
Yohimbe Tea has been used traditionally in Africa as an aphrodisiac, as well as for erectile dysfunction and sexual problems.
Yohimbe bark and grape stalks waste were used as ligands in composite and PVC- based membranes for the development of Cr (VI) and Hg (II) selective electrodes by Fiol et al.
For instance, yohimbe, an African tree bark extract marketed as a dietary supplement, can cause elevated blood pressure or panic attacks.
The chemical is also an ingredient in the herbal supplement yohimbe bark.