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"Herbs: Jargon buster, whats what!!!!!"
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This is a copy from my old work at PP, thought it would be useful here too.

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I know alot of ya aint a clue about whats what when it comes to herbs/vitamins etc etc, so heres a guide to it, by yours truly.


L-arginine (highest quality)
L-Arginine is a naturally occurring amino acid, one of the "Semi essential" amino acids that can open up blood vessels throughout the body. It forms nitric oxide, which dilates blood vessels, carrying oxygenated blood and nutrients to vital organs and tissues including the heart and penis. L-Arginine is an amino acid that stimulates growth hormone release and enhances the immune system. This amazing amino acid and also been shown to dramatically increase ejaculatory volume levels and orgasm intensity when taken on a regular basis.

Chinese Name: Tu su zi
Pharmaceutical name: Semen Cuscutae
Common name: Dodder seed
Primary function of the cuscutae seed is to benefit and tune up the kidney, liver, reproductive, urinary and cardiovascular systems.

It is most commonly used to strengthen the uro-genital functions. Cuscutae seed is used to treat impotence, premature ejaculation, frequent urination and sexual disinterest in males Cuscuta seed is considered to be an anti-aging herb. It is used to build sperm, increase fertility in both men and women and is listed as an aphrodisiac in all traditional Chinese pharmacopoeias.

Common Name: Gingko
Pharmaceutical Name: Folium Ginkgoidis
The Ginkgo Biloba leaf extract enhances blood circulation and increases the supply of oxygen to the heart, brain and all body parts. In addition, it acts as an anti-oxidant and thereby has anti-aging effects. In the male, it improves the arterial inflow to erectile tissues through arteries and veins without any change to systemic blood pressure. It is therefore considered to be extremely beneficial in the treatment of male impotence due to lack of blood flow.

Chinese Name: Yin yang huo
Pharmaceutical name: Herba Epimedii
Has been shown to stimulate the supra renal glands, and triggers the increased hormonal secretions. Research has shown this herb to increase male sperm count and semen density substantially. Herba Epimedii also expands the circulatory system’s blood vessels, while allowing hormone-enriched blood to penetrate sensitive tissues.

Common Name: Hawthorn (Western)
Pharmaceutical name: Fructus Crataegi
Most definitely the best tonic for the heart and circulatory system. Has restorative and stimulating properties. Hawthorn is the leading remedy for essential hypertension, and often used to reduce stress and anxiety associated with poor sexual function. Hawthorn dilates coronary vessels helping to increase circulation by transporting nutrients and oxygen. In addition hawthorn also possesses antioxidant properties that neutralizes free radicals in the system.

Common Name: Ginseng (Korean Red)
Pharmaceutical name: Radix Ginseng
The most well known medicinal plant of China, Panax Ginseng is used for its mental and physical revitalizing effect on the whole body. These anti-fatigue properties thus help to create more energy and can elevate mood.

Ginseng universally combats weakness and gives extra energy. It improves the endocrine gland function and has a positive effect on the sex glands. In addition to enhancing athletic performance, Panax Ginseng rejuvenates and increases longevity. It also acts as a general detoxifier and normalizes the entire system.

Common Name: Catuaba
Botanical Name: Erythroxylum Catuaba
Catuaba The most remarkable quality of Catuaba is in the area of treating functional impotence of the male genital organs. It is an innocent aphrodisiac, safe any highly effective for long term use.

Catuaba exhibits a high portion of mineral materials and trace elements. Above all magnesium, potassium and calcium are contained in considerable quantities.

In Brazilian herbal medicine today, Catuaba is considered a central nervous system tonic with aphrodisiac properties and the bark is used for sexual impotency, agitation, nervousness, neurasthenia, poor memory or forgetfulness, and sexual weakness.

Only the crust of the tree is used, this crust regenerates itself quickly. Thus the rain forest is ecologically and meaningfully used and is not exploited or destroyed.

Common Name: Muira Pauma
Botanical Name: Liriosma ovata
One of the best herbs to use for erectile dysfunction is Muira puama. This shrub is native to Brazil and has long been used as a powerful aphrodisiac and nerve stimulant in South American folk medicine. A recent clinical study has validated its safety and effectiveness in improving libido and sexual function in patients.

Zinc Gluconate
This sex nutrient is essential for the male reproductive system. Zinc is also important for healthy prostate function. Testosterone, the most effective anabolic our bodies naturally produce, is known to be closely interrelated with zinc.

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I have wrote some more here, some of the above may be in here as well.

Astragalus

Regarded as a potent tonic for increasing energy levels and stimulating the immune system, Astragalus has also been employed effectively as a diuretic.



Boron

Boron helps to prevent the loss of calcium, phosphorus and magnesium through the urine.



Catuaba

A Yang Tonic herb from South America which has a renowned reputation for moving energy to the genital area and is enhanced by the tonifying effect of the primary formula. It is warm and enters the Kidney channel. Catuaba is considered a central nervous system stimulant with aphrodisiac properties and used for sexual impotency, agitation, nervousness, poor memory, and sexual weakness and lowered libido in both men and women. It is employed for many types of nervous conditions including insomnia, hypochondria, and pain related to the central nervous system. Clinical studies on Catuaba have found very interesting results involving its antibacterial and antiviral properties.



Cayenne (Fruit)
Is used to ward off disease and equalize blood circulation. It may also prevent strokes and heart attacks by increasing the heart action but not the blood pressure. It has the ability to rebuild tissue and also helps combat fatigue.



Cuscuta

Considered to be an anti-aging herb. It is used to nourish sperm, increase fertility, and is listed as an aphrodisiac in all traditional Chinese pharmacopoeias. It is widely used to improve vision, nourish the sperm and marrow, strengthen bones and sinews and to improve sexual functions.



Cuscuta Seed

Most commonly used to strengthen the uro-genital functions. It is used to treat impotence, premature ejaculation, and frequent urination as well as ear ringing and aching lower back, symptoms that often accompany deficient Kidney conditions that cause sexual weakness.



Deer Antler Velvet
· Improves Athletic Performance and Strength
· Improves Immune System Functioning
· Improves Muscle Recovery after Exercise
· Reduces Negative Effects of Stress
· Enhances Sexual Functioning for both Men and Women
· Promotes Rapid Recovery from Illness
· Anti-Cancer & Anti-Inflammatory Properties



Epimedium herb

Stimulates the production of androgens (sex hormones) and has been used successfully in men suffering from impotence and a low sperm count.



Epimedium Sagittatum Extract

(Also known as Horny Goat Weed) A Chinese herb often referred to as a "Yang tonic". This herb produces a warm, almost euphoric effect on the body. Epimedium is commonly used as an aphrodisiac and aids in relieving sexual dysfunction.



Ginkgo Biloba
For over 5,000 years Ginkgo has been prescribed in Chinese herbal medicine. Ginkgo is known for increasing blood flow to the brain, which may help energize the brain and central nervous system. Ginkgo improves peripheral circulation, oxygenation, and increases blood flow to the genitals to improve sexual function and the power of your erection. In a recent scientific study, 78% of men with impotence problems reported significant improvement - with no side effects.



Ginseng Blend (Siberian, American & Korean)

Commonly used by athletes for overall body strengthening, Ginseng fortifies the adrenal gland, and promotes healthy circulation. It increases the conversion rate of sugars into the necessary substrates for the formation of fatty acids in the liver. Ginseng stimulates the central nervous system, and is a quick antidote for fatigue.



Hawthorn Berry

Used to increase circulation and improve digestion. It has been shown to be helpful in cases of Angina Pectoris and coronary heart disease. Hawthorn Berry helps protect the heart, lowers blood pressure and helps prevent the oxidation of LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol).



Horny Goat Weed

(Also known as Epimedium Sagittatum Extract) A Chinese herb often referred to as a "Yang tonic". This herb produces a warm, almost euphoric effect on the body. Epimedium is commonly used as an aphrodisiac and aids in relieving sexual dysfunction.



Korean Red Ginseng

Functions as an energy booster and benefits those with slow circulation. Those who complain of lethargy and mental sluggishness have seen positive results from Red Ginseng. It is also known for it's immune boosting properties against infection and disease. Red Ginseng promotes the secretion of sexual hormones in men and women and promotes blood production. Chemical constituents known as "ginsenosides" have been shown to actually slow down the aging process. Further research has shown a mild decrease in systolic and diastolic blood pressure for hypertensive patients who took Red Ginseng daily. Other beneficial effects from Red Ginseng include; lowering the risk of stroke; lowering blood sugar (protection against diabetes); protection of the heart; lower bad cholesterol; help mental fatigue; elevate sexual desire and responsiveness.



L-Arginine
An amino acid precursor that helps transport nitrogen through the body. L-Arginine supplementation has been successful in improving fertility in men by increasing low sperm count and motility. L-Arginine produces a natural growth hormone, thus helping to increase the erect size of the erectile tissue in the penis. L-Arginine has also been proven to increase the amount of semen volume and quality in men.



Licorice Root

Licorice root fights inflammation, as well as viral, bacterial and parasitic infection. Licorice cleanses the colon, and enhances microcirculation in the gastrointestinal lining.



Maca

Maca is an adaptogen. It works to create harmony in the body, regulating levels of hormones and enzymes to create a state of homeostasis.



Muira Pauma Extract
Is an herb from a shrub native to brazil, otherwise known as "Potency Wood" helps with lack of sexual desire and the inability to maintain erection. A recent clinical study has validated it's potency.



Nettle Leaf

Acts as a diuretic, expectorant and tonic. It is rich in iron and chlorophyll to clean and nourish the blood.



Oatstraw

Used to treat fatigue and exhaustion, Oatstraw improves brain and nervous system function and has been used to treat impotence. It is extremely useful for aiding your body in recovering from exhaustion, as well as correcting sexual debility.



Orchic Substance

This is an extract from bovine testes, and is proven to increase testosterone levels without harmful steroids.



Oyster Meat Extract
Oyster meat has been long regarded as a powerful herbal aphrodisiac. Roman emperors were known to have paid a pound of gold for a pound of oysters during the sexual height of the Roman Empire. The active ingredients, phosphorus, iodine and zinc, can do a lot of sexual good, especially zinc, which is increases both sperm and testosterone production.



Panax Ginseng
Traditionally used to overcome general weakness and deliver extra energy. It also has demonstrated aphrodisiac powers. Used to combat impotence, infertility, and premature ejaculation, it normalizes blood pressure while rejuvenating and revitalizing the body. It also promotes the growth of nerve tissue. A key ingredient of ginseng is ginsenoside, which alters blood flow to the brain and penis and can build blood and sperm. Russian scientists have demonstrated that ginseng stimulates both physical and mental activity, enhances athletic performance and has a positive effect on the sex glands.



Peruvian Maca Root
Works by normalizing our steroid hormones like testosterone. Therefore it has the facility to forestall the hormonal changes of aging. It acts on men to restore them to a healthy functional status by increasing libido, improving sexual desire and performance, and enhancing your energy.



Pumpkin Seed

Pumpkin seed is commonly used to strengthen the prostate gland and promote male hormone function. Myosin, an amino acid found in pumpkin seeds, is known to be essential for muscular contractions.



Sarsaparilla

Found along the coast of Peru, Sarsaparilla aids in the production of testosterone and progesterone.



Saw Palmetto

Has a diverse use, toxifying the reproductive system, moving phlegm out of the body, and adding strength or yang energy. It is considered an aphrodisiac. It treats wasting diseases (such as diabetes), impotence, frigidity, dysmenorrhea, sexual neurasthenia, and prostate problems. Saw Palmetto is used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), an enlargement of the prostate gland that affects about half of all men older than fifty. BPH is a non-cancerous growth of the prostate gland. If the prostate grows in mature men, it pinches the urethra, or urine tube, and problems begin, including painful urination and frequent nighttime trips to the bathroom. The average male over age 50 may suffer from a variety of reproductive ailments, such as prostate problems, low back pain, and diminishing sexual vitality-this herb can help in alleviating some, if not all, of these symptoms. It helps the body build muscles, and is good for colds, astHydromaxa, bronchitis and catarrh due to hypo-functioning and coldness in the body.



Siberian Ginseng
This centuries-old aphrodisiac's use is well known to almost everyone today. Highly controlled research in Japan and Korea has substantially verified intense stimulating sexual effects.



Tribulus

A natural testosterone enhancer, Tribulus can improve desire and performance and increase sexual energy. Tribulus is also an excellent circulatory and heart tonic and can help dilate arteries. In India it is used as a tonic for the urinary system.



Yohimbe
Increases the flow of blood into the penis, while at the same time Yohimbe prevents the blood from flowing out. This obviously has strong implications for male sexual function. Yohimbe also increases libido.



Zinc (as zinc oxide)

This essential mineral is required for protein synthesis and collagen formation. Sufficient intake and absorption of zinc are needed to maintain a proper concentration of Vitamin E.

98% Pure Piper Methysticum


"PM" is a member of the pepper family that has long been cultivated by Pacific Islanders for use as a social and ceremonial drink. The first description of Piper Methsticum came to the West from Captain James Cook on his celebrated voyages through the South Seas. Cook reported that on occasions when village elders and chieftains gathered together for significant meetings, they would hold an elaborate Piper (Kava) ceremony at the beginning to break the ice (not that there's much ice out there). Typically, each participant would drink two or three bowls of chewed-up "PM" mixed with coconut milk. "PM" was also drunk in less formal social settings as a mild intoxicant. When they learned about "PM'S" effects, European scientists set to work trying to isolate its active ingredients. However, it wasn't until 1966 that substances named kavalactones were isolated and found to be effective sedatives. One of the most active of these is dihydrokavain, which has been found to produce a sedative, painkilling, sexual enhancing and anticonvulsant effect. Other named kavalactones include kavain, methysticin, and dihydromethysticin. High dosages of "PM" extracts cause muscular relaxation, and at very high dosages paralysis without loss of consciousness develops. "PM" is also a local anesthetic, producing peculiar numbing sensations when held in the mouth. "PM" has also shown evidence to have profound effects on sexual organs mostly in males. "PM" has shown to increase blood volume and flow which has enticed many to manufacture this herb as a male penis enhancement product. "PM" must be in pure form to show effect for this purpose though. Conventional tranquilizers in the Valium family interact with special binding sites in the brain called GABA receptors. Early studies of "PM" suggested that the herb does not affect these receptors. However, more recent studies have found an interaction. The early researchers may have missed the connection because kava appears to affect somewhat unusual parts of the brain.





Pausinystalia Yohimbine


The bark of the West African yohimbe tree is a traditional aphrodisiac and the source of yohimbine, a prescription drug for impotence. Yohimbine (the drug) has shown promising results, better than placebo but only successful in about 65% to 75% of the men who use it. However, it seems to work even in men whose impotence is caused by a serious illness such as diabetes. One small double-blind study on women found yohimbine combined with arginine to be somewhat effective for treating women with sexual dysfunction. An open trial of yohimbine alone to treat sexual dysfunction induced by the antidepressant fluoxetine (Prozac) found improvement in eight out of nine people, two of whom were women. However, in the absence of a placebo group, these results can't be taken as reliable; in addition, there are concerns about the safety of combining yohimbe with antidepressants. We don't really know how yohimbine works, but recent thinking suggests that it operates by suppressing parts of the brain that keep sexual arousal under control. In other words, it takes the brake off, which can be useful when the engine has lost some of its power.





Arginine Hydrochloride(Free Form)


Arginine Hydrochloride is an amino acid found in many foods, including dairy products, meat, poultry, and fish. It plays a role in several important mechanisms in the body, including cell division, wound healing, removal of ammonia from the body, immunity to illness, and the secretion of important hormones. The body also uses arginine to make nitric oxide, a substance that relaxes the blood vessels. Based on this, arginine has been proposed as a treatment for various cardiovascular diseases, including congestive heart failure and intermittent claudication, as well as impotence, male/female sexual dysfunction, and an unpleasant urinary condition called interstitial cystitis. Arginine's effects on immunity have made it useful as part of an "immune cocktail" given to severely ill hospitalized patients and also, possibly, for preventing colds.





Dong Quai


One of the major herbs in the Chinese repertoire, Angelica sinensis is closely related to European Angelica archangelica, a common garden herb and the flavoring in Benedictine and Chartreuse liqueurs. The carrot-like roots of this fragrant plant are harvested in the fall after about 3 years of cultivation and stored in airtight containers prior to processing. Traditionally, dong quai is said to be one of the most important herbs for strengthening the xue. The Chinese term xue is often translated as "blood," but it actually refers to a complex concept of which the blood itself is only a part. In the late 1800s, an extract of dong quai known as Eumenol became popular in Europe as a "female tonic," and this is how most people consider it in the West.





Dandelion Extract(Root)


The common dandelion, enemy of suburban lawns, is an unusually nutritious food. Its leaves contain substantial levels of vitamins A, C, D, and B complex as well as iron, magnesium, zinc, potassium, manganese, copper, choline, calcium, boron, and silicon. Worldwide, the root of the dandelion has been used for the treatment of a variety of liver and gallbladder problems. Other historical uses of the root and leaves include the treatment of breast diseases, water retention, digestive problems, joint pain, fever, and skin diseases. The most active constituents in dandelion appear to be eudesmanolide and germacranolide, substances unique to this herb. Other ingredients include taraxol, taraxerol, and taraxasterol, along with stigmasterol, beta-sitosterol, caffeic acid, and p-hydroxyphenylacetic acid.





Sabal Serrulata

Sabal Serrulata is a native plant of North America, and although Europeans are its principal consumers, it is still primarily grown in the United States. The Sabal Serrulata tree grows only about 2 to 4 feet high, with fan-shaped serrated leaves and abundant berries. Native Americans used these berries for the treatment of various urinary and sexual problems in men, as well as for women with breast disorders. European and American physicians took up Sabal Serrulata as a treatment for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), but in the United States the herb ultimately fell out of favor, along with all other herbs. European interest endured, and in the 1960s, French researchers discovered that by concentrating the oils of Sabal Serrulata berry they could maximize the herb's effectiveness. Sabal Serrulata contains many biologically active chemicals. Unfortunately, we don't know which ones are the most important. We also don't really know how Sabal Serrulata works, although it appears to interact with various sex hormones.





Taurine


Taurine is an amino acid, one of the building blocks of proteins. Found in the nervous system and muscles, taurine is one of the most abundant amino acids in the body. It is thought to help regulate heartbeat, maintain cell membranes, and affect the release of neurotransmitters (chemicals that carry signals between nerve cells) in the brain. Taurine's best-established use is to treat congestive heart failure (CHF), a condition in which the heart muscle progressively weakens. It may also be useful for hepatitis. Warning: Please keep in mind that CHF is too serious for self-treatment. If you're interested in trying taurine or any other supplement for CHF, you should first consult your doctor.





Leonurus Cardiaca


As its Latin name cardiaca suggests, Leonurus Cardiaca has traditionally been used to treat heart conditions. The ancient Greeks and Romans employed the Leonurus Cardiaca species cardiaca to treat heart palpitations as well as depression, which they considered a problem of the heart. Centuries later, Europeans would believe motherwort helpful for "infirmities of the heart" but also considered the herb to have strengthening and stimulating effects on the uterus, using it to bring on a delayed menstrual period, as an aid during labor, and to relax a woman's womb after childbirth. These uses of Leonurus Cardiaca correspond well with those in traditional Chinese medicine, which employs the Asian variety, Leonurus artemisia, to treat menstrual disorders or to help a woman expel a dead fetus and placenta from her womb.1 In eastern China, women still drink a syrup made from motherwort to promote the recovery of the uterus after childbirth; the herb has a strong bitter taste, so visitors to a recovering mother often bring along sugar as a gift.





Damiana and Sable


The herb Damiana along with Wild Yam has been used in Mexico for some time and quoted as a powerful male aphrodisiac. Classic herbal literature of the nineteenth century describes it as a "tonic," or general body strengthener.





Blessed Thistle


Blessed Thistle (Glandular) is so named because of the ancient belief that it possessed supernatural qualities. It grows up to two feet tall and is found in meadows and along roadsides. From May to June the plant bears pale yellow flowers. Among natural-health enthusiasts the plant is commonly used to support the female reproductive system. It has also shown recent positive results for male libido(Penis Enhancement) when combined with controlled amounts various amino acids and other herbs. It is available as a single herb and in a number of herbal combinations.





Dioscorea Villosa Yam


Dioscorea Villosa Yam contains a multitude of hormone-like compounds that have been used to effectively treat a variety of medical problems and as of late being used in conjunction with other complementing herbal extracts as a possible breakthrough for male enlargement (Penis Enlargement). Researchers have long believed that certain species of the Dioscorea plant (yam) have powerful medicinal uses due to the existence of specialized phytochemicals called "hormone precursors". Hormone precursors assist in the body's production of prohormones, such as DHEA and Pregnenalone. These substances help regulate the body's metabolism. Unfortunately, the body's natural levels of prohormones begins to decrease in the 20's. Research has shown a direct correlation between this drop in prohormone levels and obesity, lethargy, and other degenerative health conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. The British Herbal Pharmacopoeia recognizes Dioscorea as a spasmolytic, mild diaphoretic, anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic, and it is listed for use in the treatment of the following: intestinal colic, diverticulitis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, muscular rheumatism, cramps and ovarian. Dioscorea is of special value to people interested in losing weight as it helps the body to produce progesterone which assists in theragenic metabolic activities.

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As for vitamins and minerals,
they are all mainly for the well being of YOU and also do lots of repair and growth of cells in the body, alas they help with NPenis Enlargement.
Also Niacin, Biotin, Zinc, Vitamin 'C', Cod Liver Oil, Cranberry are all good for the NPenis Enlargement as they are a mixture, good at circulation [niacin] the eaculatory system/urine/prostate [cranberry/zinc] and cells developments [Vit' 'C'] and stops lots of Zinc and Phosphorous needed for healthy prostate getting lost during Urine [Biotin].

Just get a good multi vitamin and mineral brand from a supermarket with all in from A to Z and ya be a gooden, ya have to get the Cod liver and cranberry separate.

The cod liver helps alot with joint and bone development in the body and thus helps the ligs out in the penis etc.

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Hoipe all this info' helps, its YOUR full jargon buster.
 

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Nice Red you smart muther fucker! I just bought a muti-V with some extra stuff in it last weekend, I already feel better! I would recommend it to anybody, I also bought my girlfriend some too!
 

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Yey, it works but takes awhile to hit the full-effects, but you'll find less chances of catching colds and stuff.

And I did all the herb/pills /supplements shit at P'P' ...I was known as a Witch Doctor to some lol
 
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multi vitamins are the way to be, they make you look any feel alot healthier, thx to red we know which are very important to what here
 

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REDZULU2003 said:
yes, theres alot .... best thing is, its all NATURAL.....none of this steroid shit.

Yeah Natrual is the way to go IMO!
 
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any known good websites for all this stuff? i'd rather buy online than walk into a herb store and not know my arse from my elbow.

"Excuse me, i'm looking for some xaxaxyheg to increase blood flow to my knob, increase testosterone levels and increase my load when I spew...":)
 

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lol true.
Sorry man I dont have any links to shops ... I buy myn that I need from Wilkinsons which is a ASDA like shop in the UK, they sell GREAT Quality ginkgo biloba, ginseng etc for the cheapest price, like £1.70 when in the top herb shops its £10 but its no better, just the MAKE you pay for.
Sometimes its better, but you read how much of the Ing' is in the tablets and also the extraction , myn was the same as the dear brand ..... I couldnt belive it.
Also you know yav got good ginseng, Biloba when ya pop one it tastes FOUL if its GOOD QUALITY.....the shit stuff sold at Tesco and ASDA has no taste, hence not much of the actual herb is in there.
 
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Cool man, I'm in the UK too so i'll have a look about, thanks :)
 
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Hey red, cod liver that is Omega-3=Fish Liver Oil?
Well do you think taking multivitamin+ginseng+omega-3, could help NPenis Enlargement?
 
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Does anyone know any web site that ships L-Arginine powder by the pound to Canada?
 
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bump...

Solid list, Red...
 
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Fantastic ! Thanks RedZulu. Would you have any info on Royal Jelly? As far as gear- too scary for me! I'll stick with peanut butter.
 

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