“Great for Erectile Dysfunction, Immune Support, and Fatigue”
Cistanche Tubulosa also called Rou Cong Rong in Chinese Medicine and it’s sometimes called the Ginseng of the Desert. Cistanche Tubulosa is a yellow desert hyacinth flower that grows in Africa, China, Iran, Mongolia, India, and other regions of the East and can be found in the Taklamakan desert. It’s somewhat hard to find but has powerful health benefits. The stem and bark are dried and ground into a powder that boosts the immune system, helps with erectile dysfunction, improves memory, helps with fatigue, helps with kidney disease, and slows the aging process and much more. And some call Cistanche Tubulosa one of the best herbs that Chinese Medicine has to offer.
Sexual Vitality and Erectile Dysfunction – Cistanche Tubulosa contains acteoside and echinacoside which enlivens and supports sexual health in both men and women. And it also promotes the release of nitrous oxide which works wonders for healing erectile dysfunction and can help with premature ejaculation.
Libido Boosting Herb – Cistanche Tubulosa boosts the production of hormones and neurotransmitters thus boosting libido in both men and women.
Boosts Killer Cell Production – Studies at Doshisha University show that Cistanche Tubulosa also boosts up NK or the natural killer cells within the body thus helping to fend off disease.
Better Memory and Learning – Studies with mice show that Cistanche Tubulosa enhances memory and learning capabilities.
Chronic Kidney Disease – In Traditional Chinese Medicine Cistanche Tubulosa has long been used to treat Chronic Kidney Disease.
Contains – Cistanche Tubulosa contains Vitamins A, B, and C, plus 15 types of amino acids such as lysine, phenylalanine, leucine, isoleucine, 2′-acetyl acteoside, serine,acteoside, echinacoside, 7 powerful glycosides, liriodendron, mannitol, 8-epiloganic acid, daucosterol, betaine, β-sitosterol, N, succinic acid, N-Dimethylglycine methyl esterm, many different polysaccharides, plus lots of trace minerals.
Powerful Antioxidant – Cistanche Tubulosa contains lots of powerful antioxidants that help to prevent and repair DNA damage and thus disease.
Reduced Fatigue in Elderly – Studies at Doshisha University with 35 elderly patients showed that after 12 weeks of taking Cistanche Tubulosa they had more vigor and vitality.
Traditional Chinese Medicine – In TCM Cistanche Tubulosa is used to treat yang deficiency syndrome and to treat kidney deficiency.
Builds Strength – Cistanche Tubulosa helps to maintain and build up glycogen stores in the muscles, and also reduces the breakdown of muscle fibers during exercise. It also powers up mitochondria for faster rehab of muscles and better muscles contractions.
Anti-inflammatory – Cistanche Tubulosa is also a good anti-inflammatory which helps with arthritis, joint pain, swelling, and redness. And it also helps with inflammation of the kidneys.
Female Infertility – Cistanche Tubulosa also helps with excessive uterine bleeding, infertility, and other femail health challenges, plus it also helps with urinary incontinence.
Cardiovascular Benefits – Studies show that a persons pulse rate goes down when taking Cistanche Tubulosa and it seems to heal arteriosclerosis… thus it also helps prevent heart attacks and lowers blood pressure.
Slows the Aging Process – Cistanche Tubulosa contains is a powerful anti-aging agent called cistanoside that helps with memory, revitalizes the thymus gland, the gonads, and other organs of the body.
Increases Metabolism – Cistanche Tubulosa also boost up metabolism and utilizes fat thus we lose weight.
Blood Changes – Studies show that Cistanche Tubulosa also increases platelet count for better clotting and white blood cell count for fighting off invading bacteria and viruses.
Constipation – Cistanche Tubulosa works well for those who suffer from chronic constipation and especially older people with constipation by adding moisture to the intestines.
Side Effects – Cistanche Tubulosa if taken in a normal dose does not have any side effects. And in TCM it’s one of the safest Chinese herbs ever used for treating yang deficiency. Of course as with all herbs, supplements, and medications it should not be used by anyone who is pregnant, nursing, or by young children. And in TCM it should not be used by people with weak spleen and stomach energy.
Dose – The normal dose is around 10 grams daily.
Forms – Cistanche Tubulosa can be found as powders and in capsules.
Finding – Cistanche Tubulosa can be found on-line by googling “Buy Cistanche Tubulosa Capsules” and it can also be found on Amazon and Ebay.
Try some today!
Dr. Paul Haider – Master Herbalist
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