When your body doesn't perform, neither do you. One of life's most important process can be diminished by a variety of factors. Stress, poor health, glandular imbalance and fatigue all tend to affect virility and drive.
This herbal formula is valuable in toning / strenghtening the kidney functions that are responsible for male vitality and capability.
This combination of herbs can help with hormone balance and correct deficiencies in the body.
Perform is a synergistic blend of Oriental and Western herbs designed to benefit:
- endocrine glands
- genitourinary glands
- male and female reproductive organs
- nervous system
- immune system
- cardiovascular system
- adrenal glands
Suma comes from the rainforests of Brazil. It has been known as a tonic and aphrodisiac for over three centuries. Suma has been nicknamed the Brazilian Ginseng and is said to increase a sense of well-being, even in healthy individuals. This wonder herb is known as an adapter. It helps the body adjust in various ways to achieve a balanced state and stengthens the immune system. Studies and clinical experiences in South America and Japan support this evidence. The natives of the Amazon rainforest called suma "para todo", which in Portuguese, means "for everything".
Siberian Ginseng is called the King of Herbs in the Orient. It stimulates the entire body energy to overcome stress, fatigue, and weakness. Ginseng has a positive effect on the circulatory system and nourish adrenal gland function which helps a person cope with stress. Ginseng has been used by athletes to increase physical vigor and endurance, and Siberian Ginseng, like suma, is an adaptogen. It helps the body restore balance and increase resistance to disease by enhancing the immune system.
Fo-ti also known as Ho-Shou-Wu, is rejuvenating to the endocrine glands. It helps the nervous system. Its properties improve health, stamina and resistance to disease. It also is considered to be an aphrodisiac. It is similar in many ways to Ginseng.
Damiana is known for its aphrodisiac properties and has also been used for nervousness, weakness and exhaustion. It is said to increase sperm count in the male and to balance hormones in women.
Sarsaparilla contains substances which are similar to the male hormone testoterone and the female hormone progesterone. It can safely help increase the metabolic rate and balance the glandular system.
Gotu kola is known in India as a "longevity" herb. Its properties are valued to help the body increase mental and physical power, restore energy, alleviate stress, improve reflexes, relieve high blood pressure, rejuvenate the glands and to protect against the influx of toxins.
Key Benefits and Functions of PERFORM:
The information contained in this website is general and not specific to any individual. It is only for reference and education purposes. Do not self-diagnose or attempt self-treatment for serious or long-term problems without first consulting a qualified practitioner, preferably one who is familiar with herbs and alternative medicine.
- Function as tonic and aphrodisiac
- Performs as an adaptogen overcoming stress, fatigue, and lethargy
- Enhances the immune system
- Improves resistance to diseases
- Rejuvenates the glandular system
- Increases sperm count in male
- Improves reflex actions
- Relieves high blood pressure
- Protects against the influx of toxins
- Improves oxygen utilization
- Improves vasodilation action
- Promotes production of the male hormone testosterone
- Promotes skin health
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