Boosts Your Erection and Sex Life
Butea superba is native to Thailand. B. Superba, called Red Kwao Krua in Thailand, is a perennial herb belonging to the Papilonaceae family. For generations, the plant’s roots and stem have been utilized for strength and vigor, and it is revered as a health tonic. B. Superba is a plant that is utilized in medical research, health supplements, and cosmetics. Flavonoids and flavonoid glycosides, as well as sterol substances such as -sitosterol, campesterol, and stigmasterol, have been discovered in the tuberous roots of B. superba.
What is Butea Superba Used For?
B. superba is widely used by Thai men for its rejuvenating and virility-enhancing properties. Middle-aged and older men in Asia utilize B. Superba as a sex enhancer, tonic, and virility enhancer. Its molecular structure makes it a natural PDE 5 inhibitor, which makes it an excellent natural male enhancer. B. Superba is known to help with vasodilation, according to study. There is also an increase in energy without an increase in nervous system stimulation, according to the subjects. B. Superba has been used safely for a long time with no known negative side effects. In various studies, B. Superba has been shown to have a variety of health advantages, with a focus on male health. This concentrated extract from Butea Superba’s root contains significant levels of flavonoids and flavonols.
Traditional Health Benefits of B. Superba
- Stimulates Sexual Libido
- Encourages Stronger Orgasms
- Increased Blood Flow
- Increased Muscle Tone, Strength, and Energy
Butea Superba Potential Benefits
- Increases Testosterone
B. Superba may enhance DHT, a testosterone metabolite responsible for many of the hormone’s psychological impacts and male characteristics. DHT has been shown to increase libido, improve erectile potency, and give you confidence in bed. There’s also some scientific evidence that DHT can aid in the growth of facial hair, so if you like a thick bush, this is still another reason to enjoy this powerful hormone.
- Erectile Dysfunction
B. superba has been shown to help treat erectile dysfunction in rats in several trials (ED). Tests on diabetic rats revealed that B. superba may enhance erectile function by increasing circulation, according to a paper published in the journal Andrologia in 2012.
B. Superba has also been traditionally used by Thai men to treat erectile dysfunction (ED), as it contains components that block a cAMP phosphodiesterase enzyme, preventing the breakdown and inactivation of the chemical cAMP.
While few research have looked at the effects of B. superba on human health, one clinical trial published in the Asian Journal of Andrology in 2003 suggests that the herb may be useful in the treatment of ED. For three months, men aged 30 to 70 with the condition were given either B. superba extract or a placebo. At the conclusion of the trial, 82.4 percent of the therapy group’s respondents indicated significant impairment.
- Sex Drive
People take B. superba for sexual performance problems (erectile dysfunction, ED) and lack of interest in sexual activity. In a case study published in the Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism in 2012, a 35-year-old man claimed to his doctor that his sex drive had improved after taking locally manufactured B. superba supplements to try to cure hair loss.
- Increased Energy and Vigor
The herb’s phytoandrogen enhances muscle strength and stamina, as well as speeding up recuperation after a bodybuilding workout. It also boosts sexual vitality, which is why it’s usually prescribed to men who have erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation.
- Hair Growth
Despite the fact that DHT is linked to male pattern baldness, the plant as a whole aids in hair loss. Butea reduces and prevents hair thinning by strengthening the follicles and scalp.
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Analytical marker / Active principle
B. superba’s chemical constituents include flavonoids, flavonoid glycosides, and phytosterols such as Butesuperins A and B, beta-sitosterol, campesterol, stigmasterol, and others.
There is currently insufficient scientific research to identify an appropriate range of B. Superba dosages. Note that it is not necessarily safe to use natural products, and dosages may be significant.
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Not enough is known about the use of B. superba during pregnancy and breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.