|04-15-2010, 05:20 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Louisville, Ky
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Ok guys here is the new write up for T-Alpha, it should shine some light on the ingredients found in T-ALPHA...
T-AlpHa could provide a serious boost to those who need it!
Each safe, highly potent capsule contains a unique and powerful complex of herbs formulated to support libido, sexual activity, extended stamina, endurance and growth through a variety of mechanisms.
These herbs include Epimedium Sagittatum, Maca, Macuna Pruriens (L-Dopa), Polypodium Vulgare, Tongkat Ali, Saw Palmetto, Muira Puama, L-Arginine HCL; Panax Ginseng can help support better performance.
Epimedium Sagittatum: is a traditional botanical medicine used in China and Japan. Although this herb (which also goes by the names Yin Yang Huo, Inyokaku, and Herbal Epimedii) has a history of traditional use for disorders of the kidneys, joints, liver, back and knees, its principle use is as an herbal aphrodisiac. Epimedium has been shown to have testosterone-like effects. It stimulates sexual activity in both men and women, increases sperm production, stimulates the sensory nerves, and increases sexual desire.Research has shown that Epimedium significantly increases testosterone. This certainly appears to be the herb's mechanism of action, although Epimedium may have more than one. For example, it has been established that sexual arousal is linked to the activity of cholinergic neurotransmitters. However, an enzyme called acetyl cholinesterase (AChE) inactivates cholinergic neurotransmitters within 1/500 of a second. As it turns out, research shows that Epimedium is capable of inhibiting AChE. Such an inhibition may support higher levels of the key cholinergic neurotransmitters associated with sexual arousal. In addition, research has shown that Epimedium has anti-fatigue effects and helps prevents adrenal exhaustion. Extra cardio and stamina!
Maca Extract: Is a botanical from Peru which has been used successfully by native Peruvians as an herbal aphrodisiac and adaptogen to increase energy levels (as well as for a variety of other purposes) since before the time of the Incas. Maca has been used medicinally for centuries to enhance fertility in humans and animals. Its fertility enhancing properties were supported clinically as early as 1961.
Macuna Extract: Macuna extract, commonly known as velvet bean, has been used by Ayurvedic practitioners for centuries in the management of Parkinson's disease and nervous debility. It has also been used in formulations to control depression and improve mental alertness. Among other natural phytochemicals,
Macuna also contains L-Dopa (l-dihydroxyphenylalanine). It may be the L-Dopa content that provides much of Macuna's benefits. These benefits include the reduction of cholesterol and blood sugar levels in experimental models. Macuna has been prescribed as an aphrodisiac by Ayurvedic practitioners as well. A recent study revealed that the herb is useful in improving sexual performance in normal male.
Polypodium Vulgare: Polypodium vulgare is a fern that contains a group of substances called ecdysteroids-a major component of which is 20-hydroxyecdysone. Ecdysteroids are chemically similar to a molting hormone isolated from insects. Animal research, however, has demonstrated that ecdysteroids don't just have benefits for insects. For example, ecdysteroids were found to stimulate protein synthesis in mice by increasing the activity of polyribosomes. Polyribosomes are the cellular compartments where actual protein synthesis takes place. Additional research with mice has verified that ecdysteroids do have "androgen-like and anabolic action." This androgen-like action was again examined in a study where the ecdysteroids, 20-hydroxyecdysone, was compared to the muscle-building properties of methandrostenolone, a popular anabolic steroid used by athletes. The results of the study suggested that 20-hydroxyecdysone possessed a wider spectrum of anabolic action on contractile skeletal muscle proteins than the anabolic steroid. This type of androgen-like anabolic action may cause Polypodium vulgare to actively support the contractile activity of erectile proteins associated with sexual activity.
T-AlpHa’s combination of Epimedium Sagittatum, Maca, Macuna Pruriens (L-Dopa) , Polypodium Vulgare, Tongkat Ali, Saw Palmetto, Muira Puama, L-Arginine HCL, Panax Ginseng may potentiate and support libido, sexual activity, endurance, stamina and growth through the mechanisms previously discussed. It's an all-natural stimulant that can support a more robust life and as well as love-life.
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