Yohimbe is an evergreen tree native to southwestern Nigeria, Cameroon, Gabon and Congo. The bark of this African tree species can be used for medicinal purposes. Because of its medicinal value, the yohimbe tree has been over-harvested and is currently at risk of extinction. Yohimbe leaves are immersed in their tea as food, and as a result, the local genitals are particularly developed and their reproductive capacity is particularly strong.
According to research by scholars at home and abroad, at least there are hundreds of medicinal plants that have been found to have anti-impotence and other effects, but only a few plants have been developed and utilized (ie, processed into preparations by people). In the West, the earliest developed “plant Viagra” natural health care product was Yohimbe. Yohimbine is a shrub tree native to West Africa. Its bark contains an alkaloid (ie, yohimbine), which has a significant effect on promoting rapid congestion of the corpus cavernosum and treating ED. In the past few decades, Yohimbe has been the best-selling “plant Viagra” product in the European and American markets.
And if you eat too much, your heart rate will accelerate and your blood pressure will rise. If you really want to try the role of the yohimbine bark, be sure to tell the doctor that you are taking the yohimbine bark. Clinically, it is generally applied to functional impotence caused by neurasthenia, and has a certain effect. However, when a large number of warm-blooded animals are given yohimbine, there may be hooliganism, restlessness, paralysis, and even central paralysis symptoms, heart weakness, blood pressure drop, and eventually respiratory paralysis. Because yohimbine is similar to ergot and ergotamine (both with a receptor blockade), it has the effect of adrenaline's hypertensive effect. Therefore, it is necessary to observe the changes of blood pressure in patients when clinical application of this product. Yohimbine has a local anesthetic effect similar to cocaine, and occasionally there are symptoms such as heart palpitations, insomnia, and dizziness. In addition, alkaloids similar to yohimbine are: "Ke Nanyin" and "Cap column wood".
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