Main Ingredients: Hydrolyzed Pea Protein, Ginkgo Biloba Leaf Standard Extract, Zinc Sulfate.
- Hydrolyzed pea protein, as a source of nutrition, offers several benefits. It is easily digestible and provides a good profile of amino acids. It is rich in branched-chain amino acids essential for muscle formation and contains abundant arginine, glutamine, and lysine. L-arginine, in particular, serves as a precursor for nitric oxide, urea, ornithine, and agmatine, playing a crucial role in muscle development. It also assists in the synthesis of polyamines, citrulline, and glutamine. L-arginine has significant regulatory effects on the endocrine, lymphatic, immune, and circulatory systems, enhancing energy quality, increasing sperm fertility, alleviating reproductive disorders, improving blood circulation, and maintaining heart and vascular health. According to Western medicine’s research and scientific analysis, L-arginine is suitable for infertile men, individuals with sexual dysfunction, cardiovascular disease patients, heart patients, and those with weakened immunity.
- L-arginine is a major component of sperm proteins.
- L-arginine participates in sperm formation.
- L-arginine provides energy for sperm motility.
- L-arginine enhances sperm vitality.
- L-arginine promotes sperm generation and metabolism.
- Ginkgo has existed on Earth since the glacial period and is referred to as a “living fossil” and “elixir of longevity.” Ginkgo biloba leaf standard extract has vasodilatory effects, improves arteriosclerosis, and prevents embolism and cerebrovascular circulation disorders. It significantly improves psychogenic erectile dysfunction and mild vascular disorders leading to impotence in men. Research in Germany found that Ginkgo biloba leaf extract stimulates penile blood vessels. Results showed that out of 10 patients who took Ginkgo biloba leaf extract, 7 experienced improved erections. Doctors attributed this to improved brain blood flow, which not only increased sexual desire but also enhanced penile arterial congestion, allowing patients to “regain their virility.”
- Zinc sulfate provides the body with essential zinc. For men, the prostate secretion contains a large amount of zinc, which has antibacterial activity and natural immunity against urinary tract infections. Furthermore, zinc can improve sperm quality. A lack of zinc can not only lead to a decline in male sexual function but also affect sperm quality. A zinc deficiency can lead to abnormal enzyme activity in the prostate, affecting normal sperm movement and semen liquefaction. Supplementing with zinc can improve sexual function and sperm quality, providing effective relief for male kidney deficiency, impotence, fatigue, and nocturnal emissions.
- A powerful formula designed for men, addressing men’s health, enhancing physical fitness, and improving physical function disorders. A three-in-one comprehensive formula.
- No side effects, non-addictive: it has a noticeable effect on symptoms such as impotence, premature ejaculation, weak erections, inability to perform, and prostate problems.
- Men who experience frequent fatigue, lower back and knee weakness, physical weakness, and prostate diseases due to kidney deficiency.
- Men with physical weakness and sexual dysfunction, such as mild impotence, premature ejaculation, or erectile difficulties.
- Men in serious sub-health states and during the male menopause: weakened immunity, fatigue, insomnia, frequent dreams, and irritability.
Nutritional Knowledge: It is commonly understood that men are the pillars of their families and bear many important responsibilities in society. Therefore, men’s health is not only a matter of personal health but also a part of family and societal health. More and more men are facing tremendous work and mental stress due to overtime work, staying up late, and socializing, which can lead to encounters with diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, and metabolic syndrome, seriously threatening men’s physical and mental health. Faced with life, family, and psychological pressures, men often experience insufficient sleep, lower back pain, mood swings, lack of focus, and a lack of enthusiasm for work. With the development of society and intense competition, today’s men have entered a period of excessive physical and mental stress, which to some extent threatens their physical and mental health.
Common issues include:
- Infertility and declining sperm quality: Among the numerous male reproductive diseases, male infertility is a significant category. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), an estimated 60-80 million couples worldwide experience infertility, with male factors accounting for approximately 50%, mainly due to a lack of FT testosterone in men’s bodies. In recent years, there have been numerous reports worldwide that male sperm quality is declining. Danish researcher Shakibak analyzed semen from 1,500 men in 21 countries, revealing that over the past half-century, male sperm counts have decreased by 40%.
- Lack of physical strength, sexual dysfunction, and other issues: Sexual dysfunction is another major category of male reproductive diseases, including erectile dysfunction (ED), premature ejaculation, strong erections without ejaculation, and anejaculation. Among these, ED has the most significant impact and is the most common. According to foreign statistics, approximately 52% of men over 40 may experience ED, and at least 100 million men worldwide suffer from various degrees of ED. Modern medicine provides a concise definition of impotence: it is a type of penile erectile disorder that typically refers to the inability of the penis to erect or maintain an erection, or to the quick loss of an erection even with sexual stimulation and desire, making it impossible to engage in sexual intercourse. The occurrence of sexual dysfunction is often closely related to conditions such as hypertension, ischemic heart disease, peripheral vascular disease, and diabetes. Among hypertensive patients, about 15% may experience erectile dysfunction; the incidence of complete erectile dysfunction in heart disease patients is 39%; and 28% of diabetes patients may experience erectile dysfunction.
- Prostate diseases and urinary disorders: Prostate diseases stand as the third major category alongside the two aforementioned male reproductive diseases. This category includes acute and chronic prostatitis, prostate fluid overflow, and prostate enlargement. Prostate diseases are characterized by their high incidence in the population and their tendency to lead to other male diseases, forming the third-largest category in male health. Chronic prostatitis is the most common in the male reproductive system and is common in young men aged 20-40. Its prevalence is quite high, with statistics indicating that 35%-40% of men over 35 may have this condition, accounting for approximately one-fourth of patients seeking urological treatment. Chronic prostatitis itself has no serious consequences and does not affect life or work. However, the mental burden associated with sexual and reproductive disorders that accompany it, such as ED and premature ejaculation, often surpasses the disease itself.
- This product is intended for use by men. It is not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women or children.
- If you are taking any medications or planning any medical procedures, please consult your doctor before use.