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CATUABA  of Amazon Valley, Brazil.
      God bestowed herbal aphrodisiac plant.

Catuaba is a vigorous-growing wonder  tree that is native to the Amazon Valley of Brazil, which is the most famous of all the Brazilian aphrodisiac plants. 
The Tupi Indians in Brazil first discovered the aphrodisiac qualities of the plant centuries ago, and many of the other local peoples in Brazil have also been using it for generations, after the  discovering of the magical efficacy of Catuaba plant extract,
*   which could promote the second growth of male sex organ. That is why the Tupi Indians have big and strong penis to the envy of all the men of the world.
*  They also had discovered that, a man who takes Catuaba for a long period of time could also persist for more 2 hours without ejaculation and still possess superior fertility of a 25 years old adult,  for those aged above 60 years old.
        Catuaba has bestowed the Tupi Indians with extraordinary large genitals and powerful sexual ability. The Tupi Indians have been using Catuaba for countless generation. Catuaba has bestowed the Tupi Indians with extraordinary large genitals and powerful sexual ability.  The Tupi men have an average penis length of above 20 cm (8 inches). In order to facilitate their hunting, they have to tie their penis around their waists or thigh. It is for this reason that they have a very special name, the elephant man tribe of the amazon.
     Brazilian National Laboratory, the U.S. Federal Academy of Medical Research and the Reproductive Sciences Laboratory of Harvard University, USA have jointly conducted a scientific research on Tupi Indian men and Catuaba. They found that the Tupi men with their huge penis did have inseparable relationship with Catuaba.
      Michael V. Straten, a renowned  British expert in medicinal plants research said: This is a major therapeutic breakthrough in the field of  erectile dysfunction. Moreover there  is no known side effect with catuaba reported in the medical literature as of 2010.



It actually gives a huge boost in energy and confidence.
        *  Helps with erections / impotence / Erectile dysfunction
        *  Increases sexual thoughts / increase libido for men and also women.
        *  Gives high levels of sexual motivation
        *  Elevates your mood, and  g
ives you a cheerful disposition 
        *  Makes your penis look larger and fuller 
        *  Gives a noticeable buzzing or tingling sensation in your penis and testicles. 
        *  Treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and frequent urination at night. 
 

   It also helps,
    *   Central nervous system stimulant / nerve tonic
    *   Enhance memory / Alzheimer's disease
    *   Anxiety / nervousness
    *   Anti-inflammatory conditions (such as arthritis)
    *   body stimulant
    *   Bacterial infection
    *   Cancer of the skin
    *   Depression
    *   High blood pressure
    *   Improve Fatigue / exhaustion
    *   HIV infection
    *   Stress
    *   Parkinson disease
       
Ingredients
      *  Catuaba
      *  Saw Palmetto
      *  Cordyceps
      *  Pumpkin Seed Extract
      *  Peach Fruit                                            
      *  Apple Powder
      *  Tribulus Terristris
      *  Horny Goat
      *  Fructose
         (Please stroll down for details information on these ingredients)    

How to use it?
      *    Take a sachet, 2 hours before sexual activity.
      *    Tear the sachet, and pour the powder under your  tongue.
      *    Leave it there until, it dissolve in your mouth.
      *    Then drink a lot of water. 


           
       

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.........DETAILS INFORMATION OF BSY CATUABA INGREDIENTS...........


CATUABA  of Amazon Valley, Brazil.
      God bestowed herbal aphrodisiac plant.


Catuaba is a vigorous-growing wonder  tree that is native to the Amazon Valley of Brazil, which is the most famous of all the Brazilian aphrodisiac plants. 

The Tupi Indians in Brazil first discovered the aphrodisiac qualities of the plant centuries ago, and many of the other local peoples in Brazil have also been using it for generations, after the  discovering of the magical efficacy of Catuaba plant extract,
*   which could promote the second growth of male sex organ. That is why the Tupi Indians have big and strong penis to the envy of all the men of the world.
*  They also had discovered that, a man who takes Catuaba for a long period of time could also persist for more 2 hours without ejaculation and still possess superior fertility of a 25 years old adult,  for those aged above 60 years old.

        Catuaba has bestowed the Tupi Indians with extraordinary large genitals and powerful sexual ability. The Tupi Indians have been using Catuaba for countless generation. Catuaba has bestowed the Tupi Indians with extraordinary large genitals and powerful sexual ability.  The Tupi men have an average penis length of above 20 cm (8 inches). In order to facilitate their hunting, they have to tie their penis around their waists or thigh. It is for this reason that they have a very special name, the elephant man tribe of the amazon.

   Brazilian National Laboratory, the U.S. Federal Academy of Medical Research and the Reproductive Sciences Laboratory of Harvard University, USA have jointly conducted a scientific research on Tupi Indian men and Catuaba. They found that the Tupi men with their huge penis did have inseparable relationship with Catuaba.

      Michael V. Straten, a renowned  British expert in medicinal plants research said: This is a major therapeutic breakthrough in the field of  erectile dysfunction. Moreover there  is no known side effect with catuaba reported in the medical literature as of 2010.


Catuaba from BSY
                                             For detail information,
Ingredients                                see note below
      *   Catuaba                                    1
                                                                 
      *  Saw Palmetto                              2
      *  Cordyceps                                  3
      *  Pumpkin Seed Extract                 4
      *  Peach Fruit                                 5                
      *  Apple Powder                             6
      *  Tribulus Terristris                       7
      *  Horny Goat                                8
      *  Fructose  (stevia)                        9

1.  Catuaba - Facts
What is it?
It is an extract from the bark of several trees native to Brazil. The most commonly used barks comes from the trees of Trichilia catigua and Erythroxylum vacciniifolium.
Suggested Benefits and Traditional Uses
  • Anti-inflammatory conditions (such as arthritis)
  • Aphrodisiac / increase sex drive / increase libido
  • Bacterial infection
  • body stimulant
  • Cancer of the skin
  • Central nervous system stimulant / nerve tonic
  • Depression
  • Enhance memory / Alzheimer's disease
  • Erectile dysfunction / impotence
  • Fatigue
  • High blood pressure
  • Memory loss
  • Anxiety / nervousness                                    
  • Fatigue / exhaustion
  • HIV infection
  • Stress
  • Parkinson's disease (PD)
Side Effects, Toxicity and Warnings
·         There are no reports of side effects from using this herb.
Probably Safe - Oliveria et al. (January 2005) concluded that there were, "no severe adverse reactions or haematological and biochemical changes..." in both sexes of healthy volunteers.
Pregnancy & Lactation - There is no data on using this herb during pregnancy or when breastfeeding. Avoid using.


2.  Saw Palmetto - Facts

Millions of men use saw palmetto to treat symptoms of enlarged prostate (BPH or benign prostatic hyperplasia). It is often suggested as a suitable alternative to prescription drugs like Proscar (finasteride) and scientific evidence does support its use.

What is Saw Palmetto?
Saw palmetto is a palm type tree that can be found in southeastern USA. The fruit is used for its medicinal benefits. In Europe, it is used extensively to treat enlarged prostate. It is also approved by the German Commission E.

Saw palmetto contains many active ingredients such as fatty acids, flavonoids and plant sterols. It is believed that the active ingredients are the oils found in the fruit. It is suggested that the active ingredients (one or more) blocks the conversion of the male hormone testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) and thus, reduce prostate enlargement. However, experts are not exactly sure of the exact action it has on the prostate glands. It also seems to help treat
male pattern baldness as one clinical trials showed.

This supplement also seems to have anti-inflammatory benefits. However, taking this herb does not seem to lower serum PSA (prostate-specific antigen), a marker of prostate cancer.


Can women use this herb?
There is very little good scientific information on using this herb in women. In theory, it is useable in women (who are not pregnant or nursing).

I've heard that this herb can cure my acne condition. Is that true?
One growing use of this supplement to help clear up acne conditions in both men and women.

Too much testosterone and DHT (dihydrotestosterone) can create acne problems. And don't forget that women also make testosterone (although in a smaller quantity than in men).

Clinical studies will need to be done to verify this claim although there are many anecdotal reports for using it to treat acne conditions.

 Saw Palmetto - Suggested Benefits and Traditional Uses

  • acne
  • aphrodisiac / libido enhancer
  • asthma
  • bladder infection (cystitis)
  • breast enlargement
  • breast reduction
  • colds
  • cough
  • enhance sexual performance
  • enhance sperm production
  • enlarged prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia / BPH)
  • erectile dysfunction (impotence)
  • excessive hair growth (hirsutism)
  • hair loss in males (androgenetic alopecia)
  • inflammation of the bladder
  • migraine headache
  • muscle spasm
  • ovarian cysts
  • performance enhancement
  • polycystic ovarian syndrome
  • prostate cancer
  • prostatitis
  • sedative
  • vaginal or uterine disorder
A Breakthrough in the Relief of Overactive Bladder and Urinary Incontinence  
By William Faloon
A common and frustrating complaint we at Life Extension hear is how to stop urinary incontinence.
Our frustration has been that despite aggressive research, we could not identify a safe solution to this problem that plagues so many aging women (and men to a lesser extent).
Even more numerous are inquiries we receive from people seeking relief from frequent daytime and nighttime urinary urges.
In a breakthrough discovered by Japanese scientists, a natural plant extract combination has been shown to reduce incontinent episodes by up to 79%,1 daytime urination by up to 39%,2 and nighttime urination by up to 68%.3
This article will discuss the research findings on maturing women who found significant relief after taking this novel supplement for only six to eight weeks.
Additionally, this article will discuss more limited data obtained when men suffering from nighttime urinary urgencies were given this same plant extract
 Urinary frequency becomes more common with advancing age, with nearly half of people over 60 reporting to suffer from nocturia (two or more episodes of urination during the night).

Female bladder. Artwork of section through a woman’s bladder (red) and reproductive system. The bladder is the organ that stores urine (yellow) before its expulsion from the body through the urethra (red, lower center).
Urinary incontinence is defined as an involuntary loss of urine. It represents a major social and hygiene problem in the aging population. About 48% of women and 17% of men over age 70 suffer urinary incontinence.4
Overactive bladder affects one in six adults over age 40, and is defined as having an urgent need to empty the bladder during the day-night, along with incontinence. Those afflicted with an overactive bladder have to go to the bathroom frequently, leak urine into their clothes, and report feeling depressed, stressed, and sleep-deprived.
3.  Cordyceps
In China, cordyceps is a traditional herb used to treat impotence and low sex drive. Unfortunately, there is little scientific studies to suggest that it might be effective.

4.  Pumpkin Seeds - 10 Health Benefits
Published on October 14, 2007

This Halloween, don't forget to save those pumpkin seeds after you scoop them out. Pumpkin seeds are not only delicious but also provide many health benefits.

 Here are ten:
Prostate Protection
They promote overall prostate health and alleviate the difficult urination associated with an enlarged prostate.

Improved Bladder Function
In some studies, pumpkin seed extracts improved bladder function in animals.

Depression Treatment
They contain L-tryptophan, a compound naturally effective against depression.

Prevention of Osteoporosis
Because they are high in zinc, pumpkin seeds are a natural protector against osteoporosis. Low intake of zinc is linked to higher rates of osteoporosis.

Natural Anti-Inflammatory
Pumpkin seeds effectively reduce inflammation without the side effects of anti-inflammatory drugs.

Prevention of Kidney Stones
They prevent calcium oxalate kidney stone formation, according to studies.

Treatment of Parasites They are used in many cultures as a natural treatment for tapeworms and other parasites. Studies also show them to be effective against acute schistosomiasis, a parasite contracted from snails.

Great Source of Magnesium
1/2 cup of pumpkin seeds contains 92% of your daily value of magnesium, a mineral in which most Americans are deficient.

Lower Cholesterol
Pumpkin seeds contain phytosterols, compounds that that have been shown to reduce levels of LDL cholesterol.

Cancer Prevention
The same phytosterols that lower cholesterol also protect against many cancers.


5.  Peaches - Health benefits

§  Wonderfully delicious peaches are low in calories (100 g just provide 39 calories) and contain no saturated fats. Nonetheless, they are packed with numerous health promoting compounds, minerals and vitamins.
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§  The total measured anti-oxidant strength (ORAC value) of 100 g peach fruit is 1814 TE (Trolex equivalents).
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§  Fresh peaches are a moderate source of antioxidant, vitamin C. Vitamin-C has anti-oxidant effects and is required for connective tissue synthesis in the body. Consumption of foods rich in vitamin C helps the body develop resistance against infectious agents, and help scavenges harmful free radicals.
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§  Fresh fruits are an also moderate source of vitamin A and ß-carotene. ß-carotene is a pro-vitamin, which converts into vitamin A in the body. Vitamin A is essential for vision. It is also required for maintaining healthy mucus membranes and skin. Consumption of natural fruits rich in vitamin A is known to offer protection from lung and oral cavity cancers.
§   
§  They are rich in many vital minerals such as potassium, fluoride and iron. Iron is required for red blood cell formation. Fluoride is a component of bones and teeth and is essential for prevention of dental caries. Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids that help regulate heart rate and blood pressure.
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§  Peaches contain health promoting flavonoid poly phenolic antioxidants such as lutein, zea-xanthin and ß-cryptoxanthin. These compounds help act as protective scavengers against oxygen-derived free radicals and reactive oxygen species (ROS) that play a role in aging and various disease processes.


See the table below for in depth analysis of nutrients:

Peaches (Prunus persica), Fresh, Nutritive value per 100 g.
(Source: USDA National Nutrient data base)

Principle
Nutrient Value
Percentage of RDA

Energy
39 Kcal
2%

Carbohydrates
9.54 g
7%

Protein
0.91 g
1.5%

Total Fat
0.25 g
1%

Cholesterol
0 mg
0%

Dietary Fiber
1.5 g
4%

Vitamins

Folates
4 µg
1%

Niacin
0.806 mg
5%

Pantothenic acid
0.153 mg
3%

Pyridoxine
0.025 mg
2%

Riboflavin
0.031 mg
2.5%

Thiamin
0.024 mg
2%

Vitamin A
326 IU
11%

Vitamin C
6.6 mg
11%

Vitamin E
0.73 mg
5%

Vitamin K
2.6 µg
2%

Electrolytes

Sodium
0 mg
0%

Potassium
190 mg
4%

Minerals

Calcium
6 mg
0.6%

Copper
0.068 mg
7.5%

Iron
0.25 mg
3%

Magnesium
9 mg
2%

Manganese
0.61 mg
3%

Phosphorus
11 mg
2%

Zinc
0.17 mg
1.5%

Phyto-nutrients

Carotene-ß
162 µg
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Crypto-xanthin-ß
67 µg
--

Lutein-zeaxanthin
91 µg
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6.  Apple Powder

The health benefits of using apple powder to promote weight loss is grossly overrated compared to the amount of research done on it.

There are also reports of using apple powder in horses and dogs to reduce the formation of large mineral salts lumps in the intestines (enterolith)
There are concerns that you don’t get what you pay for. Analysis done on various brands of Apple powder tablets and capsules showed a very large variation in the contents and acidity levels. The acetic acid level was found to be as low as 1% to as high as 10%.


7.  Tribulus Terrestris – Facts

The parts of the plant used are the leaf, fruit and root. It is a flowering plant located in southern Europe, southern Asia, throughout Africa and in northern Australia.

The component that is suspected to be responsible for Tribulus terrestris benefits is saponins (a type of steroid glycosides), specifically protodioscin. It is suggested from animal studies that it increases testosterone, luteinizing hormone (LH) and DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) levels, leading to an increase in sex drive.

In animal studies, this herbal supplement increases testosterone levels which lead to increased sex drive. It is suspected that the herb might increase sex drive through the synergy of increased testosterone level and the increased release of nitric oxide (necessary for achieving an erection).

In many studies done in humans, researchers found that Tribulus terrestris does not increase testosterone levels sufficiently to explain its benefit as an aphrodisiac. One researcher suggested that there might be a different mechanism of action that has not been discovered yet.

The natural supplement does seem to dilate the blood vessels in the heart to help with angina (chest pain) and it might therefore also increase the blood flow to the penis to support a stronger erection. This is speculation until further research is done. Because of the weakness of the results from good research studies done on human subjects, we are unable to assign more than a one-leaf rating on this herb for its use in treating erectile dysfunction.

A. Adimoelja (2000) commented that, "Protodioscin is a phytochemical agent derived from Tribulus terrestris L plant, which has been clinically proven to improve sexual desire and enhance erection via the conversion of protodioscine to DHEA..."

Suggested Benefits and Traditional Uses – Tribulus terrestris

  • anemia
  • aphrodisiac / low libido / increase sex drive
  • appetite stimulant
  • cancer
  • chest pain (angina pectoris)
  • chronic fatigue syndrome
  • colic pain
  • coughs and sore throat
  • diabetes
  • digestive aid
  • diuretic (to promote water loss)
  • eczema (atopic dermatitis)
  • enhancing athletic performance
  • erectile dysfunction / impotence
  • flatulence
  • headache
  • hepatitis
  • high blood pressure (hypertension)
  • high cholesterol (hypercholesterolemia)
  • increase muscle mass
  • infertility
  • inflammation (generalized)
  • kidney stones
  • laxative
  • psoriasis
  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • urinary problems / painful urination
  • vertigo

Side Effects, Toxicity and Warnings

There are few reported side effects from using this herb. The herb might lower blood pressure and blood sugar levels. It can also increase the skin's sensitivity to sun exposure.

Safety - There are no reported health risks from using Tribulus terrestris. In appropriate doses, Tribulus terrestris is probably safe to use.
Pregnancy & Lactation - One research study in animals indicates that Tribulis terrestris might affect the developing fetus. Avoid using. There is no information on the safety of using Tribulus terrestris when breastfeeding. Avoid using.

 

7.  Horny Goat Weed - Facts

As reported from the magazine New Scientist: "Viagra's active compound, sildenafil, works by inhibiting an enzyme called phosphodiesterase-5 (PDE5). Because PDE5 helps control blood flow to the penis, inhibiting PDE5 promotes male erection.

There are several research studies in animals that suggest epimedium might thin the blood like Aspirin and increase blood flow to the heart. As well, epimedium What is horny goat weed? It is a leaf from the Japanese epimedium (Epimedium grandiflora). Other species of Epimedium are also used.

In
traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), this herb is used to support the liver and kidney, build bone and muscle and as a bodybuilding supplement. It is often combined with other herbs as is often the case in TCM.

Epimedium contains many active ingredients. The ones believed to show the most promise are icariin, genistein and daidzein, a type of plant-based estrogen (female hormone).

One study shows that a specific formulation of epimedium reduced bone loss in postmenopausal women after 24 months of treatment.

The remaining information came from animal studies or studies done in vitro (on tissue samples in a test tube). In animals, epimedium seems to increase semen secretion, lower blood pressure and increase blood flow to the tissue responsible for allowing erection of the penis to occur (behaving much like what Viagra does).

“Dell'Agli and his colleagues tested the four plants in vitro to see how efficient they were at inhibiting PDE5. Just one - Epimedium brevicornum, also known as horny goat weed and Bishop's Hat - had an effect. This confirmed previous studies showing that icariin, a compound found inside the horny goat weed, is a PDE5 inhibitor."
seems to stimulate the immune system and research suggests that it might be effective against the AIDS/HIV virus. It also seems to have some effects like the female hormone estrogen.

Suggested Benefits and Traditional Uses – Horny goat weed
  • aphrodisiac / increase libido (sex drive)
  • back pain
  • breast cancer
  • depression
  • erectile dysfunction (ED) / impotence
  • fatigue / tiredness
  • heart disease
  • heart attack (myocardial infarction)
  • HIV / viral infection
  • increase semen secretion
  • increase testosterone secretion
  • involuntary ejaculation
  • joint pain / inflammation
  • kidney problems
  • high blood pressure (hypertension)
  • mental alertness
  • memory loss / Alzheimer's disease
  • osteoporosis / bone loss
  • sexual function and health enhancement

Side Effects, Toxicity and Warning

Side effects reported in research studies include nausea, vomiting, dizziness and dry mouth.
Pregnancy and Lactation - Avoid using in pregnancy as epimedium might have estrogen-like and other hormonal effects that could harm the fetus.


8.  Fructose - Stevia  

Stevia, being very sweet, is commonly used as a  sugar
substitute or a low-calorie sweetener.
It is 200 to 300 times sweeter than sugar.

Being natural, many have consider it to be a safer alternative to Splenda (sucralose) and Equal/NutraSweet (aspartame), Sweet One (acesulfame potassium), Sweet'N Low (saccharin) or Sugar Twin (cyclamate).

Too much sugar is bad for you. Why use artificial sweetener when you can go natural? Stevia is the clear choice.

We consider this herb to be the best low-calorie sweetener around. It has a very long history of successful use in many countries.


Usage

* Take a sachet and cut on one end.
* Pour the powder under your tongue, and let it melts away under your tongue.
* Then drink some water.
* 2 hours before sex.
* 1 sachet may activate yourself for a couple of days depending on your ED.

                                                                                         
Goh Peter  6016-2928820
01.01.13

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Why women feel incomplete in bed

Natasha Lai
| June 6, 2013
Fifty percent of couples in the Asia Pacific region are unhappy with their sex lives, the main cause being premature ejaculation


PETALING JAYA: One of the biggest ever surveys into sexual satisfaction in the Asia-Pacific region revealed the intense levels of distress and frustration premature ejaculation causes men and their partners.
The study, commissioned by international pharmaceutical company Menarini, concluded that many couples were unsatisfied with their sex lives, the main cause being premature ejaculation (PE).
John A Graham, CEO of Menarini Asia-Pacific, said in a statement : “It’s disquieting to see so many couples facing frustration with their sex lives. Premature ejaculation affects couples, both on the personal and relationship levels.”
Three in four people desire to be more sexually active. Sexual satisfaction was priority with two in three respondents (67%), believing that mutual sexual satisfaction plays a significant or extremely important role in a successful relationship.
According to the survey, couples’ sexual and relationship health are severely impacted by premature ejaculation – the most common dysfunction in men.
Jumping the gun too soon
The survey reveals that premature ejaculation is a highly prevalent medical condition in the region with nearly one in three men experiencing some form of PE.
Among respondents who reported PE, 30% of m
en and 40% of women said that it causes them to avoid sex completely.
Within relationships, 44% of couples said that PE caused them to grow apart from their partners. In the worst cases, 15% of men and 14% of women said that PE could lead to actual relationship breakdown or divorce.
Despite issues with relationships and sexual satisfaction caused by PE, most men and women are not talking about it and the major barrier preventing them from doing so is the sense of embarrassment attached to this condition.
A sexologist with the National University Hospital Women’s Centre in Singapore, said: “Even though talking about sex seems more open these days, premature ejaculation remains a taboo subject.
“PE carries a huge stigma among men and their partners, preventing them from taking action about the condition.”
Close to eight in 10 men who have experienced PE remain undiagnosed. Fifty-five percent listed a lack of understanding as the main barrier to seeing a doctor
Some believe that PE is caused by stress, fatigue, lifestyle or inexperience, an that it will resolve itself over time without needing treatment.
Nearly half of those involved in the survey said that they had not taken action because of stigma, shame and embarrassment. For partners of men with PE, 47% have never encouraged their men to seek treatment.

06.06.2013





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