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horny goat weed seeds

Horny goat weed seeds

Firstly, icariin has been found to have the ability to boost the successful transmission of Nitric Oxide, the primary chemical transmitter for the successful and ample delivery of blood to the penis tissue. Secondly it increases the natural circulation of free form testosterone around the body, not only boosting libido – testosterone is crucial to the health of the prostate and plays a dominant role in the production of healthy sperm.

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Horny Goat Weed Benefits

Barrenwort, Herba Epimedii, Horny Goat Weed, Japanese Epimedium, Xian Ling Pi, Yin Yang Huo

Female Sexual Health

With the increased blood circulation improving blood flow to the genital area of women too, this herb is excellent for stimulating female libido and decreasing sexual dysfunction. Whilst improved blood flow is a key element in sexual desire, Horny Goat Weed also provides alkaloids and plant sterols that have similar actions to testosterone. Although considered a male hormone, testosterone is produced by both men and women and plays an important role in human sexuality.

Horny goat weed seeds

I’m still looking for seeds or rootstock for Horney Goat weed. anyone know of someone that has any?

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Those could be Sessile Bellworts, or "Wild Oats" to some.

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Re:Looking to obtain some "horney goat weed" seed 7 years 9 months ago #27754

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Good day to you Cguerette,
Thank you for the quick identification. This is one of the most abundant plants that I have growing with my ginseng and it fits nicely to help shade and not out compete the plantings that I have made.

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Re:Looking to obtain some "horney goat weed" seed 7 years 10 months ago #27730

Sure. I’m brand new to this site but have already learned a lot about Ginseng and woodland plants just from reading through old posts. This website has been a great resource so I’m glad if I can contribute. My interest is mainly in learning about wild-simulated Ginseng and I’m looking forward to continue learning by reading here.

The post that you made had me wondering if I had seen this herb before and I "goggled it up". While I don’t think the plant that I have growing in my woodlots at my house are the one you have in mind I do think some of the outward looks of the plants are similar. While folks are reading your post maybe I can get an identification of the one that I have so many of just outside my windows. I have wondered about this plant for several years and I have looked at many pictures of woodland plants, to no avail. Maybe someone can help with putting a name on the board for this beautiful little companion plant to ginseng.