What is Butea Superba?

What is Butea Superba?Found in the hills of Thailand, a natural compound is definitely creating a worldwide sexual sensation. It is called Butea Superba, and it has a molecular structure that makes it a natural
PDE 5 inhibitor making it a perfect natural male enhancer.
The research and development behind identifying the many benefits of this wonder compound was discovered and documented by award winning scientist. Dr. Wichai Cherdshewasart.
Butea Superba, or locally known as Red Kwao Krua in Thailand is a plant herb in the
family Papilonaceae. This plant has the characteristics of being a crawling vine that wraps
itself around large trees. Many species of this plant exist. Through an arduous research effort two species were selected for commercial cultivation. They are used for medical research, health supplements as well as for beauty treatment. Although there are chemical similarities to Pueraria Mirifica (White Kwao Krua) these two plants are very diverse in their chemical attributes. With the research effort it has been established that Butea Superba does facilitate vasodilation in the utilizing similar mechanisms as the prescription drug Viagra. Subjects also report an increase of energy without an increase in nervous system stimulation. Butea Superba has been used safely with no known side effects. According to research, this herb can be utilized as a mild alternative aphrodisiac.

About butea superba

Butea superba is an herb native to Thailand, thought by locals to be an aphrodisiac. It is abundantly distributed in the Thai deciduous forest and has been popular among Thai males for its supposed effects on rejuvenation and sexual vigor. No placebo-controlled clinical studies exist so far to support aphrodisiac activity. In toxicity experiments with rats, the application of high doses of dried plant material (equivalent to the consumption of 12 to 16 gram daily by an adult man)had a negative impact on several blood parameters and decreased testosterone but not LH levels. These adverse effects were dose-dependent and not reported with lesser applied quantities.
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