Men’s sexual tonic with potent scorpion
Nourishing the kidneys and originating yang, tonifying the kidneys, benefitting essence and strengthening. Helps to provide a balanced internal system to maximize your sexual potential.
Asthenia of kidneys and seminal emissions, dizziness and tinnitus. Reliefs aching and soreness of loin and knees, intolerance to cold and exremity is cold, mental tiredness, pale tongue with whitish fur, small and weak pulse.
Main ingredient: Scorpion
As a traditional Chinese herb, scorpion has been used medicinally for more than 2,000 years in China. Thanks to the healing properties of scorpion venom, a toxic protein similar to snake neurotoxin, the medicinal uses of scorpions are amazing. It could yield surprising efficacy results in the treatment of nervous system diseases, cerebrovascular diseases, malignant tumors, stubborn viruses, etc.
As a matter of fact, ancient physicians in China have discovered the secret of scorpion venom way earlier and believe that it is one of the best medicines for a dozen challenging or difficult-to-diagnose diseases, such as rheumatism, hemiplegia, tetanus, drooping eyelid and mouth, tuberculosis, scrofula, stubborn eczema, cancer, stroke, epilepsy seizures, sores, nephritides, angiosclerosis, hepatitis B, etc. As a result, currently there are over 100 scorpion-based herbal formulas and about 60 Chinese patent medicines, among which the famous ones are Zai Zao Wan, Da Huo Luo Wan, Qi Zhen Dan, Qian Zheng San, Die Da Wan, Jiu Xin Wan, Zhi Teng Wan, Zhong Feng Hui Chun Wan, etc.
Since erectile dysfunction (ED) is a growing health problem in the world, more common in patients with vascular diseases as diabetes and hypertension, the use of animal venoms and toxins as pharmacological tools could not only shed light to the mechanisms involved in erectile function, but also represent a possible model for new drugs to treat ED. Scorpion is one of those TCM ingredients with potential to address ED.
Modern medicine has proved that scorpion contains 17 amino acids and 14 trace elements that are essential to human body. Hence, it is also a nutritious food. And the scorpion-based medicinal liquor and dishes are the most popular applications. Long-term use of them is believed to improve health and prevent cancer.
It is only in recent years that modern medical science is harnessing the toxins from the scorpion to help in combating brain tumours.
Preparation of the scorpion for medicine
Scorpion is an arthropod animal that is of the order Scorpiones within the class Arachnida. There are around 1,500 types of scorpions throughout the world. And in China there are about 15 species, among which the most widely distributed one is the Buthus martensii Karsch. And the dried body of Buthus martensii is the main medicinal source. It is produced in Henan, Shandong, Hubei, and Anhui. It is usually caught in spring and summer. But the one captured between Qingming and Guyu is generally believed to be with better medicinal properties. After the capture, it needs to soak them with water first to let them spit out the dirt, place them in boiling water or boiling salt water until they become stiff, get them out, keep them in a cool, well-ventilated place, and let dried in the shade.
Kidneys and liver rejuvenation
In modern Science, the kidneys may be playing the role of maintaining the composition of blood by removing waste and excess water, however the kidney system in TCM has a broader range of functions. A person’s growth, maturation and reproduction is also believed to be governed by the kidneys. The essence stored in the kidney is bestowed to each individual from their parents at conception, hence TCM regards the kidney as the “congenital constitution” and origin of life.
The kidney essence is critical for growth and development, and normal aging process will see both vitality and essence decrease. After birth, kidney essence increases gradually and becomes abundant as the body develops. During the early years, the individual undergoes physical changes marked by permanent teeth, hair and height growth. During adolescence, kidney essence peaks to drive the maturation of organs and form the basis of our ability to reproduce.
Energy levels are at its highest and bones are strong during middle age. However, it goes downhill thereafter. Kidney essence depletes and the functions of the organs decline with advancement in age, showing worrying signs of senescence such as deafness, hunchback, hair and teeth loss. Imbalances in kidney essence, ‘qi’, yin or yang can affect the growth and development of humans, resulting in development disorders, congenital mental retardation, soft and weak bones in children and premature aging in adults.
The kidney is the most fundamental organ system of your body, which holds the genetic blueprint of your inherent body constitution and how healthy you will be. Whether yin or yang deficiency, it is essential to trace back to the kidneys’ reserves and address the issue immediately.
Because emotional disharmony, which causes Qi Stasis, lies at the root of many energetic imbalances, the liver, which is responsible for the free flow of Qi, often is thought to be involved in healthy sexuality. This concept is particularly important because the Liver Channel wraps around the genitals in men, and the reproductive organs in women, and is closely related to reproductive capability. Simply put, a strong kidney -liver combination enhances sexuality.
Premature aging – decreased libido
Each capsule 300mg contains the following:
- Scorpio 1.41mg
- Radix Cyathulae 9.39mg
- Fructus Toosendan 9.39mg
- Fructus Foeniculi 9.39mg
- Radix Morindae Officinalis 9.39mg
- Fructus Schlsandrae 9.39mg
- Fructus Psoalae 9.39mg
- Radix Polygalae 9.39mg
- Semen Trigonellae 9.39mg
- Fructus Alpinae Oxyphyllae 9.39mg
- Lignum Aquilariae Resinatum 2.82mg
- Semen Platyciadi 4.69mg
Once daily, 3 capsules each time with lukewarm water (before meal).
Side effect, not to be taken by pregnant women.
Can be taken in lesser dosage for maintainence. Tip: Take half dose if you are 35 years old and below unless you tend to feel weak often.