Mother earth's natural blend for Man Power ingredients:
1. Prunus Africanas
2. Tiger Nuts
The species has a long history of traditional uses. The bark is used in an attempt to treat fevers, malaria, wound dressing, arrow poison, stomach pain, purgative, kidney disease, appetite stimulant, gonorrhoea, and insanity. The pharmacology and traditional uses of the species are reviewed in Stewart.
The extract Pygeum is an herbal remedy prepared from the bark of P. africana and is promoted as an alternative medicine for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
The Prunus africana tree species has wide applications in African traditional medicine where its leaves, roots and stem bark are used, although the stem bark of the tree is the main part used for medicinal purposes by the indigenous African people since ancient times. The dull gray to brown bark is pulverized by the traditional healers and used to treat a number of health conditions including Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (enlargement of the prostate) among males over 40 years old, erectile dysfunction, urinary tract disorders, kidney disease, male baldness, stomach upset, chest pain and inflammation. The bark is also used in the treatment of stomach ache and wound dressing. Apart from the bark, the leaves of Prunus africana are also used to treat some diseases. An infusion of the leaves is traditionally used to improve appetite, treatment of genital infection and hirsutism (a condition of unwanted, male-pattern hair growth) in women.
Tiger nuts are the edible tubers (also sometimes called fruits or grains), found at the end of the root system of Cyperus grass (Cyperus esculentus L.). A member of the sedge family, along with its better-known cousin, papyrus, Cyperus Grass grows in marshy areas such as the Delta region ( in ancient times) or well irrigated areas. These tiger nuts, called Hab’el aziz in Arabic were a great source of nutrition in Egypt since at least the 5th millennium B.C.
Cassava is extremely high in carbohydrates but it is also high in fiber and a number of healthy minerals and vitamins. Cassava is a starch laden root vegetable mainly cultivated in hot, tropical climates including parts of Africa. Cassava is very high in calories. It contains about twice as many calories as the potato. It is also very high in protein and contains many very important minerals.Cassava is an excellent source of essential minerals including calcium, manganese, iron, phosphorus, and potassium. These are all important minerals for growth and development as well as contributing to proper bodily function.
1. Helps benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), and prostate cancer.
contains chemicals that help shrink the prostate to relieve urinary problems such as poor urine flow and nighttime urination in men with enlarged prostates.
2. Increase sexual desire
3. Helps pain caused by inflammation
4. Kidney disease
5. Urinary problems
6. Blood flow increase - which helps your cardiovascular system and other important parts of your body. 7. Boosts hormone levels - which helps with muscle building and a general feeling of well-being.