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MATHEUS

P3, MDIA 3 SRIES ( PRESCRITAS 2 SRIES ) D3:19,41

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ANDROPAUSE by SAHELIAN:

Passion Rx.
Ingredients:
This natural aphrodisiac product is made by a GMP certified manufacturer.
There are no hormones or drugs.
The sex enhancing herbs in this formula include:

Catuaba 150mg + Ginseng 200mg + Guaran 100mg + Marapuama 100mg.

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera root): +- 100 mg/dia


Catuaba (Anemopaegma mirandum)bark extract : ( +- 300 mg/dia )
Barberry extract (Berberis vulgaris): TM
Cnidium monnieri (She Chuang Zi ) extract: +- 40 mg/dia
Herba Cistanche extract (Cistanches deserticola): +- 40 mg/dia
Cynomorium songaricum known in China as Suo Yang : 100-120 mg/dia
Horny Goat Weed extract (Epimedium grandiflorum): +- 300-500 mg/dia
Maca root extract (Lepidium meyenii): +- 300 mg/dia
Muira Puama (Ptychopetalum olacoides): +- 200 mg/dia.
Passion Flower extract (Passiflora incarnata): +- 300 mg/diA,
Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma Longifolia jack): +- 40 mg/dia
Tribulus Terrestris extract : +- 300 mg/dia
Yohimbe bark extract: +- 5 mg/dia
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Mucuna pruriens....: +- 120 mg/dia

Q. Can you tell me the quantities of each ingredient in Passion?


A. It was a difficult decision when creating and marketing Passion to decide
whether to list the exact amount
of the ingredients
and the dosages so that users would know exactly how many milligrams they were
getting,
versus the possibility that the successful sexual enhancement formula could be
copied by
other companies and then all the years of research that led to formulating this
product would be lost
by revealing the exact formula.
In the end Dr Ray Sahelian, M.D. and Physician Formulas decided to keep it a
proprietary formula.
The FDA allows companies to do so since it recognizes that companies have the right
(just like Coca Cola)
not to reveal their formula secrets. Hence, we recognize that some users would not
buy such a product
if they did not know the exact amount, but it was decided that this was worth the
loss of a certain percentage
of sales in order to maintain the Passion formula secret and not have other
companies copy the formula.

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ALTERNATIVA:
Lepidium meyenii (Maca)... 150 mg Butea superba ... 150 mg Epimedium
grandiflorum... 100mg
Tribulus terrestris ... 150 mg Mucuna pruriens ... 100 mg Cnidium monnieri... 40
mg Eurycoma longifolia ... 20 mg

BID ou TID

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The decrease in muscle mass can be helped by the use of creatine.
Low energy can be helped by doing yoga on a regular basis.
Low mood and cognitive decline can be helped by the use of Mind Power Rx, St.
John's wort, or SAM-e supplements.
It is preferable to not mix these supplements together until you have a clear
understanding
how each of them makes you feel.

Some of the natural enhancers that are becoming more popular include tongkat ali
herb, horny goat weed herb,
tribulus terrestris, and yohimbe bark. Additional libido increasing supplements and
herbs include ashwagandha herb,
maca herb, mucuna pruriens herb, muira puama herb, and rhodiola rosea extract.
I have formulated a sexual enhancing product called Passion Rx which includes
several of my favorite aphrodisiac herbs.
A gentler sexual enhancement product for men is Prostate Power Rx with saw palmetto
which some users
report an improvement in erectile function within a few days.
I am not aware of any vitamin to increase libido that works within a short period
of time.

Top 10 Ways to Increase Libido naturally


1. Exercise almost every day, even if it is as little as a 20 minute walk around
the block. Exercise will help you sleep deeper at night which does wonders for
sexuality. It also makes you feel better about your body, and this could also have
an influence on your overall sexual pleasure and stamina. Consider creatine as
muscle building supplement if you wish to have more muscles and feel better about
your body. Low or moderate physical activity can increase libido, but heavy and
exhaustive athletic activity, such as running a marathon can lower it for a few
days until a person recovers their overall energy levels.
2. Eat more cold water fish, more vegetables, and avoid or reduce high sugar foods,
junk foods, sodas, white bread, pastries, etc.
3. Add more spices in your cooking, such as cloves, mustard, nutmeg, garlic,
ginger, etc.
4. Try to get adequate sleep of high quality.
5. Take a class in tantra or other sexual enhancement workshops
6. View more erotica if this is consistent with your moral viewpoint.
7. Take a vacation to the Caribbean, Hawaii, or other warm and exotic regions.
8. Try to reduce your stress and anxiety, have a massage.
9. Try to approach your partner with an open heart and warm feelings, including
forgiveness for any hurts or harsh words used in the past.
10. And, of course, it never hurts to add romance to your life.... flowers, notes
of appreciation, etc.

How do I max my libido? I have problems due to taking antihypertensive medications.


I take Inderal.
To max libido, get a deep sleep, eat more vegetables and fish, exercise
moderately, lead a low stress life,
take vacations to warm climates near an ocean. Also, if you lose weight and eat
more vegetables and fish,
your blood pressure may naturally come down and hence you could perhaps need less
of medicine that is
causing the problem. Eating ginger and garlic could help.

Libido and testosterone levels


Dr. Thomas G. Travison, from the New England Research Institutes in Watertown,
Massachusetts evaluated
data from the Massachusetts Male Aging Study. Men were assessed at the outset and
two more times
approximately 9 and 15 years later. Overall, libido was significantly associated
with testosterone levels.
However, the difference in testosterone levels between participants with low and
those with high was small.
Looked at the other way, a low libido did not mean a man was particularly likely to
have low levels of testosterone.
Therefore, if a man complains of reduced interest or drive, it cannot always be
interpreted as a sign
of testosterone deficiency. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2006.

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