CALL: 1.800.875.0850

Men, Give Your Sexual Health
the Attention It Deserves

Provigro
  • As part of a healthy lifestyle, Provigro safely adds daily nutrition to support healthy dietary choices for men
  • Provigro contains a proprietary blend of natural vitamins, minerals, and herbs to support your healthy sexual lifestyle choices
  • The Cleveland Clinic reports that lifestyle changes in diet and exercise can help improve sexual performance

Proactive Lifestyle Choices

Make sure to eat a healthful diet. Eat several portions of fruits, vegetables and whole grains daily while limiting saturated fat. This can help benefit men’s sexual health.

Maintaining a healthy cholesterol. High cholesterol can harden, narrow or block arteries that lead to the penis. You can maintain a healthy cholesterol through diet, exercise, and regular health monitoring.

Exercise regularly. Regular exercise may reduce the risk of sexual performance problems. Choose exercises that you will enjoy and check with your doctor before starting any exercise program.

Exercise Actually Will Help Improve Your Sex Life

Learn how exercise can be beneficial to your sexual health. Look at what this doctor had to say:

Q. Does exercise improve your sex life? If so, how?

A. “Regular exercise improves mental as well as physical health, both of which have a direct bearing on one’s interest in and ability to enjoy sex.

The boost of endorphins in the brain that accompanies exercise is followed up by an increased sense of well-being and self-esteem that accompanies taking regular exercise.

People who feel unhappy with themselves, with their body, fitness level or whose mood is low for other reasons, usually find that their libido mirrors their general feelings.” –Dr. Dan Rutherford

Food as a Natural Aphrodisiac

Ever wondered if there are any foods that work as aphrodisiacs? Here is this doctor's take:

Q. Is it really true that there are aphrodisiac foods that make a difference?

A. “The search for natural aphrodisiacs has occupied man (and woman) for thousands of years and if anything worked well we would all know about it already.

Chocolate has the reputation of being able to boost our brain chemistry in the right direction. A small amount of alcohol reduces one’s inhibitions. Oysters, basil, figs and a host of foods are supposed to have some effect.

I guess the best thing to do is find out what works for you by experimentation. May you enjoy your research.” –Dr. Dan Rutherford



What are "good manufacturing practices"?

Good manufacturing practices, or GMPs, are strict, detailed procedures used to ensure quality manufacturing processes of products for human consumption, such as drugs, dietary supplements and food.

Why are they important?

GMPs put in place systems to help prevent product contamination, inconsistency from batch-to-batch, unsanitary manufacturing, errors in product labeling, and an enormous range of other important production activities that can affect human health. If problems do arise, they can be tracked, identified, and solved quickly, through GMP-mandated documentation for all processes, from production of raw ingredients to distribution of final product.

Supplement Facts

Epimedium/Horny Goat Weed

Also known as: EbM, horny goat weed, Epimedium grandiflorum

Epimedium is commonly known as horny goat weed due to its folk origins as a Chinese goat herder watched his goats consume the plant and become excited. In China, the plant leaves are usually combined with other ingredients in what is called a yang tonic. Its traditional uses include promoting muscle, bone, liver, kidney and cognitive function.

Epimedium has also been used to enhance sexual function. Today, the herb is taken widely in both Eastern and Western cultures.

Experts have suggested that Epimedium may improve sexual performance and contribute to a better quality of life in those with renal failure. Epimedium appears to address erectile function and libido. Clinical studies currently support these claims.

Maca Root Powder

Also known as: lepidium meyenii, lepidium peruvianum, ayak chichira, maca maca, maka, Peruvian ginseng/maca

Maca is a root vegetable native to South America, and is primarily grown in the Andes highlands. Locals have consumed maca root for thousands of years, at least as far back as the Incan empire. Maca is highly nutrient-dense, containing iron, vitamin B1, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin E, polyunsaturated fatty acids and zinc. Maca is also 11% protein! Traditional uses for maca include stress relief, aphrodisiac, and fertility enhancement.

Unsatisfactory erectile function or high-altitude testicular disturbance may benefit from the maca root. Additionally, maca's high amounts of glucosinolates can help support optimal prostate health.

Studies have shown that maca may support increased semen, sperm count, and ability for sperm to move on their own (motility). Maca may also increase feelings of sexual desire in healthy men when used over four months.

More positive effects of maca come from its antidepressant, anti-stress, and antioxidant properties.

Saw Palmetto Berry Powder

Also known as: serenoa repens, sabal fructus, American dwarf palm tree, cabbage palm, ju-zhong, sabal, palmier nain

Historically, extracts of the saw palmetto fruit were used by the southeastern American Indians to remedy urinary and respiratory problems, and by naturopaths in the 19th century for the support of sexual vigor and reproduction.

Today Europeans commonly use saw palmetto to support optimal prostate health. Studies have shown saw palmetto to be safe and supportive for prostate health. Saw palmetto is a popular herb in phytotherapy (the medicinal use of natural sources, such as plants), and studies suggest it may be helpful to men with benign prostatic hyperplasia and benign prostatic hypertrophy.

Saw palmetto appears to support prostate health by helping to inhibit the conversion of testosterone into dihydrotestosterone, a hormone which may be detrimental to prostate health.

Tongkat Ali Powder

Also known as: Eurycoma longfolia Jack, Ali's walking stick, longjack, Malaysian ginseng

Tongkat Ali is a shrub-tree that natively grows in Southeast Asia. Malaysians are known to consume it in an herbal tea to support sexual prowess and virility in males. Tongkat Ali is also used for healthy erectile function, fertility and libido.

The sexual benefits of Tongkat Ali are supported by clinical studies analyzing the plant as an aphrodisiac.

Mucuna Pruriens, 10% L-Dopa

Also known as: cowhage, cow-itch plant, velvet bean, HP 200, atmagupta, feijao macaco, mucuna prurita, kawach, pica-pica

Mucuna pruriens, legumes that grow in tropical areas such as India and the Bahamas, have been used in Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times. Along with being useful as an aphrodisiac, its beneficial constituents include protein, fiber, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc.

The bean (or seed) and the hair on the bean pod are considered the most useful parts of the Mucuna pruriens plant.

Studies have found that Mucuna pruriens can improve semen quality including sperm concentration and motility. Mucuna pruriens also appears to improve sex drive and performance in men with fertility complications, and in men with Parkinson's disease. Studies also suggest that Mucuna pruriens offers excellent antioxidant support.

Polypodium Vulgare Powder

Polypodium vulgare is a fern found in England, mainly in shady humid conditions near rocks, walls and trees. The root has a sweet flavor with an unpleasant odor and aftertaste.

It has been suggested that polypodium vulgare can help the body defend against depression, stress and infection. It can also promote sexual performance.

Muira Puama Root Powder

Also known as: potency wood, Ptychopetalum uncinatum, Ptychopetalum olacoides

Found across the Amazon River basin, muira puama is a small Brazilian tree that the people of South America have long used for its aphrodisiac qualities. The root and stem appear to offer the most medicinal use. Additionally, muira puama may offer mild stimulant effects.

Clinical studies suggest that muira puama can improve antioxidant functions in the brain, as well as offer antidepressant effects.

L-Arginine Monohydrochloride

Also known as: L-arginine, L-arg, 2-amino-5-guanidinopentanoic, arginine ethyl ester

Arginine was first isolated in 1886, and is now regarded as necessary for the body's production of urea and creatin, involved in the waste removal process. Although the human body can make enough arginine on its own, several conditions can disrupt this normal ability. As arginine supplementation may be required, arginine is considered a semi-essential amino acid.

Arginine morphs into nitric oxide, which causes vasodilation, or blood vessel relaxation. Vasodilation tends to improve headaches, clogged arteries, and erectile dysfunction. Arginine may also assist male fertility.

Studies suggest that arginine may promote blood flow and support normal erectile function. This may be due to arginine's ability to increase nitric oxide in the body, which is necessary for healthy erections.

Panax Ginseng Root Powder

Also known as: Asian/Oriental ginseng, ninjin, guigai, hong shen, jinsao, insam, white ginseng

Panax ginseng has been used medicinally for thousands of years in East Asia including China and Korea. Its traditional uses include treating erectile dysfunction, impotence and male infertility, as well as slowing the aging process and decreasing fatigue.

The adaptogenic properties of Panax ginseng can help the body cope with higher stress and fatigue levels by improving appetite and physical performance. It may also help delay premature ejaculation.

Panax ginseng must grow for five years before harvest; experts consider the root the most useful part of the plant. The primary active constituents of Panax ginseng are compounds called ginsenosides. It also contains B vitamins, of which American men are commonly deficient. Additionally, Panax ginseng can support antioxidant action and nitric oxide synthesis (important for erectile function) of other herbs promoting male sexuality.

Experts believe Panax ginseng could be a worthy alternative to invasive treatments for erectile dysfunction. Studies have suggested that Panax ginseng can assist with penile rigidity, while supporting immune system function and contributing to overall well-being.

Epimedium/Horny Goat Weed

Also known as: EbM, horny goat weed, Epimedium grandiflorum

Epimedium is commonly known as horny goat weed due to its folk origins as a Chinese goat herder watched his goats consume the plant and become excited. In China, the plant leaves are usually combined with other ingredients in what is called a yang tonic. Its traditional uses include promoting muscle, bone, liver, kidney and cognitive function.

Epimedium has also been used to enhance sexual function. Today, the herb is taken widely in both Eastern and Western cultures.

Experts have suggested that Epimedium may improve sexual performance and contribute to a better quality of life in those with renal failure. Epimedium appears to address erectile function and libido. Clinical studies currently support these claims.

Maca Root Powder

Also known as: lepidium meyenii, lepidium peruvianum, ayak chichira, maca maca, maka, Peruvian ginseng/maca

Maca is a root vegetable native to South America, and is primarily grown in the Andes highlands. Locals have consumed maca root for thousands of years, at least as far back as the Incan empire. Maca is highly nutrient-dense, containing iron, vitamin B1, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin E, polyunsaturated fatty acids and zinc. Maca is also 11% protein! Traditional uses for maca include stress relief, aphrodisiac, and fertility enhancement.

Unsatisfactory erectile function or high-altitude testicular disturbance may benefit from the maca root. Additionally, maca's high amounts of glucosinolates can help support optimal prostate health.

Studies have shown that maca may support increased semen, sperm count, and ability for sperm to move on their own (motility). Maca may also increase feelings of sexual desire in healthy men when used over four months.

More positive effects of maca come from its antidepressant, anti-stress, and antioxidant properties.

Saw Palmetto Berry Powder

Also known as: serenoa repens, sabal fructus, American dwarf palm tree, cabbage palm, ju-zhong, sabal, palmier nain

Historically, extracts of the saw palmetto fruit were used by the southeastern American Indians to remedy urinary and respiratory problems, and by naturopaths in the 19th century for the support of sexual vigor and reproduction.

Today Europeans commonly use saw palmetto to support optimal prostate health. Studies have shown saw palmetto to be safe and supportive for prostate health. Saw palmetto is a popular herb in phytotherapy (the medicinal use of natural sources, such as plants), and studies suggest it may be helpful to men with benign prostatic hyperplasia and benign prostatic hypertrophy.

Saw palmetto appears to support prostate health by helping to inhibit the conversion of testosterone into dihydrotestosterone, a hormone which may be detrimental to prostate health.

Tongkat Ali Powder

Also known as: Eurycoma longfolia Jack, Ali's walking stick, longjack, Malaysian ginseng

Tongkat Ali is a shrub-tree that natively grows in Southeast Asia. Malaysians are known to consume it in an herbal tea to support sexual prowess and virility in males. Tongkat Ali is also used for healthy erectile function, fertility and libido.

The sexual benefits of Tongkat Ali are supported by clinical studies analyzing the plant as an aphrodisiac.

Mucuna Pruriens, 10% L-Dopa

Also known as: cowhage, cow-itch plant, velvet bean, HP 200, atmagupta, feijao macaco, mucuna prurita, kawach, pica-pica

Mucuna pruriens, legumes that grow in tropical areas such as India and the Bahamas, have been used in Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times. Along with being useful as an aphrodisiac, its beneficial constituents include protein, fiber, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc.

The bean (or seed) and the hair on the bean pod are considered the most useful parts of the Mucuna pruriens plant.

Studies have found that Mucuna pruriens can improve semen quality including sperm concentration and motility. Mucuna pruriens also appears to improve sex drive and performance in men with fertility complications, and in men with Parkinson's disease. Studies also suggest that Mucuna pruriens offers excellent antioxidant support.

Polypodium Vulgare Powder

Polypodium vulgare is a fern found in England, mainly in shady humid conditions near rocks, walls and trees. The root has a sweet flavor with an unpleasant odor and aftertaste.

It has been suggested that polypodium vulgare can help the body defend against depression, stress and infection. It can also promote sexual performance.

Muira Puama Root Powder

Also known as: potency wood, Ptychopetalum uncinatum, Ptychopetalum olacoides

Found across the Amazon River basin, muira puama is a small Brazilian tree that the people of South America have long used for its aphrodisiac qualities. The root and stem appear to offer the most medicinal use. Additionally, muira puama may offer mild stimulant effects.

Clinical studies suggest that muira puama can improve antioxidant functions in the brain, as well as offer antidepressant effects.

L-Arginine Monohydrochloride

Also known as: L-arginine, L-arg, 2-amino-5-guanidinopentanoic, arginine ethyl ester

Arginine was first isolated in 1886, and is now regarded as necessary for the body's production of urea and creatin, involved in the waste removal process. Although the human body can make enough arginine on its own, several conditions can disrupt this normal ability. As arginine supplementation may be required, arginine is considered a semi-essential amino acid.

Arginine morphs into nitric oxide, which causes vasodilation, or blood vessel relaxation. Vasodilation tends to improve headaches, clogged arteries, and erectile dysfunction. Arginine may also assist male fertility.

Studies suggest that arginine may promote blood flow and support normal erectile function. This may be due to arginine's ability to increase nitric oxide in the body, which is necessary for healthy erections.

Panax Ginseng Root Powder

Also known as: Asian/Oriental ginseng, ninjin, guigai, hong shen, jinsao, insam, white ginseng

Panax ginseng has been used medicinally for thousands of years in East Asia including China and Korea. Its traditional uses include treating erectile dysfunction, impotence and male infertility, as well as slowing the aging process and decreasing fatigue.

The adaptogenic properties of Panax ginseng can help the body cope with higher stress and fatigue levels by improving appetite and physical performance. It may also help delay premature ejaculation.

Panax ginseng must grow for five years before harvest; experts consider the root the most useful part of the plant. The primary active constituents of Panax ginseng are compounds called ginsenosides. It also contains B vitamins, of which American men are commonly deficient. Additionally, Panax ginseng can support antioxidant action and nitric oxide synthesis (important for erectile function) of other herbs promoting male sexuality.

Experts believe Panax ginseng could be a worthy alternative to invasive treatments for erectile dysfunction. Studies have suggested that Panax ginseng can assist with penile rigidity, while supporting immune system function and contributing to overall well-being.

Epimedium/Horny Goat Weed

Also known as: EbM, horny goat weed, Epimedium grandiflorum

Epimedium is commonly known as horny goat weed due to its folk origins as a Chinese goat herder watched his goats consume the plant and become excited. In China, the plant leaves are usually combined with other ingredients in what is called a yang tonic. Its traditional uses include promoting muscle, bone, liver, kidney and cognitive function.

Epimedium has also been used to enhance sexual function. Today, the herb is taken widely in both Eastern and Western cultures.

Experts have suggested that Epimedium may improve sexual performance and contribute to a better quality of life in those with renal failure. Epimedium appears to address erectile function and libido. Clinical studies currently support these claims.

Maca Root Powder

Also known as: lepidium meyenii, lepidium peruvianum, ayak chichira, maca maca, maka, Peruvian ginseng/maca

Maca is a root vegetable native to South America, and is primarily grown in the Andes highlands. Locals have consumed maca root for thousands of years, at least as far back as the Incan empire. Maca is highly nutrient-dense, containing iron, vitamin B1, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin E, polyunsaturated fatty acids and zinc. Maca is also 11% protein! Traditional uses for maca include stress relief, aphrodisiac, and fertility enhancement.

Unsatisfactory erectile function or high-altitude testicular disturbance may benefit from the maca root. Additionally, maca's high amounts of glucosinolates can help support optimal prostate health.

Studies have shown that maca may support increased semen, sperm count, and ability for sperm to move on their own (motility). Maca may also increase feelings of sexual desire in healthy men when used over four months.

More positive effects of maca come from its antidepressant, anti-stress, and antioxidant properties.

Saw Palmetto Berry Powder

Also known as: serenoa repens, sabal fructus, American dwarf palm tree, cabbage palm, ju-zhong, sabal, palmier nain

Historically, extracts of the saw palmetto fruit were used by the southeastern American Indians to remedy urinary and respiratory problems, and by naturopaths in the 19th century for the support of sexual vigor and reproduction.

Today Europeans commonly use saw palmetto to support optimal prostate health. Studies have shown saw palmetto to be safe and supportive for prostate health. Saw palmetto is a popular herb in phytotherapy (the medicinal use of natural sources, such as plants), and studies suggest it may be helpful to men with benign prostatic hyperplasia and benign prostatic hypertrophy.

Saw palmetto appears to support prostate health by helping to inhibit the conversion of testosterone into dihydrotestosterone, a hormone which may be detrimental to prostate health.

Tongkat Ali Powder

Also known as: Eurycoma longfolia Jack, Ali's walking stick, longjack, Malaysian ginseng

Tongkat Ali is a shrub-tree that natively grows in Southeast Asia. Malaysians are known to consume it in an herbal tea to support sexual prowess and virility in males. Tongkat Ali is also used for healthy erectile function, fertility and libido.

The sexual benefits of Tongkat Ali are supported by clinical studies analyzing the plant as an aphrodisiac.

Mucuna Pruriens, 10% L-Dopa

Also known as: cowhage, cow-itch plant, velvet bean, HP 200, atmagupta, feijao macaco, mucuna prurita, kawach, pica-pica

Mucuna pruriens, legumes that grow in tropical areas such as India and the Bahamas, have been used in Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times. Along with being useful as an aphrodisiac, its beneficial constituents include protein, fiber, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc.

The bean (or seed) and the hair on the bean pod are considered the most useful parts of the Mucuna pruriens plant.

Studies have found that Mucuna pruriens can improve semen quality including sperm concentration and motility. Mucuna pruriens also appears to improve sex drive and performance in men with fertility complications, and in men with Parkinson's disease. Studies also suggest that Mucuna pruriens offers excellent antioxidant support.

Polypodium Vulgare Powder

Polypodium vulgare is a fern found in England, mainly in shady humid conditions near rocks, walls and trees. The root has a sweet flavor with an unpleasant odor and aftertaste.

It has been suggested that polypodium vulgare can help the body defend against depression, stress and infection. It can also promote sexual performance.

Muira Puama Root Powder

Also known as: potency wood, Ptychopetalum uncinatum, Ptychopetalum olacoides

Found across the Amazon River basin, muira puama is a small Brazilian tree that the people of South America have long used for its aphrodisiac qualities. The root and stem appear to offer the most medicinal use. Additionally, muira puama may offer mild stimulant effects.

Clinical studies suggest that muira puama can improve antioxidant functions in the brain, as well as offer antidepressant effects.

L-Arginine Monohydrochloride

Also known as: L-arginine, L-arg, 2-amino-5-guanidinopentanoic, arginine ethyl ester

Arginine was first isolated in 1886, and is now regarded as necessary for the body's production of urea and creatin, involved in the waste removal process. Although the human body can make enough arginine on its own, several conditions can disrupt this normal ability. As arginine supplementation may be required, arginine is considered a semi-essential amino acid.

Arginine morphs into nitric oxide, which causes vasodilation, or blood vessel relaxation. Vasodilation tends to improve headaches, clogged arteries, and erectile dysfunction. Arginine may also assist male fertility.

Studies suggest that arginine may promote blood flow and support normal erectile function. This may be due to arginine's ability to increase nitric oxide in the body, which is necessary for healthy erections.

Panax Ginseng Root Powder

Also known as: Asian/Oriental ginseng, ninjin, guigai, hong shen, jinsao, insam, white ginseng

Panax ginseng has been used medicinally for thousands of years in East Asia including China and Korea. Its traditional uses include treating erectile dysfunction, impotence and male infertility, as well as slowing the aging process and decreasing fatigue.

The adaptogenic properties of Panax ginseng can help the body cope with higher stress and fatigue levels by improving appetite and physical performance. It may also help delay premature ejaculation.

Panax ginseng must grow for five years before harvest; experts consider the root the most useful part of the plant. The primary active constituents of Panax ginseng are compounds called ginsenosides. It also contains B vitamins, of which American men are commonly deficient. Additionally, Panax ginseng can support antioxidant action and nitric oxide synthesis (important for erectile function) of other herbs promoting male sexuality.

Experts believe Panax ginseng could be a worthy alternative to invasive treatments for erectile dysfunction. Studies have suggested that Panax ginseng can assist with penile rigidity, while supporting immune system function and contributing to overall well-being.

Epimedium/Horny Goat Weed

Also known as: EbM, horny goat weed, Epimedium grandiflorum

Epimedium is commonly known as horny goat weed due to its folk origins as a Chinese goat herder watched his goats consume the plant and become excited. In China, the plant leaves are usually combined with other ingredients in what is called a yang tonic. Its traditional uses include promoting muscle, bone, liver, kidney and cognitive function.

Epimedium has also been used to enhance sexual function. Today, the herb is taken widely in both Eastern and Western cultures.

Experts have suggested that Epimedium may improve sexual performance and contribute to a better quality of life in those with renal failure. Epimedium appears to address erectile function and libido. Clinical studies currently support these claims.

Maca Root Powder

Also known as: lepidium meyenii, lepidium peruvianum, ayak chichira, maca maca, maka, Peruvian ginseng/maca

Maca is a root vegetable native to South America, and is primarily grown in the Andes highlands. Locals have consumed maca root for thousands of years, at least as far back as the Incan empire. Maca is highly nutrient-dense, containing iron, vitamin B1, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin E, polyunsaturated fatty acids and zinc. Maca is also 11% protein! Traditional uses for maca include stress relief, aphrodisiac, and fertility enhancement.

Unsatisfactory erectile function or high-altitude testicular disturbance may benefit from the maca root. Additionally, maca's high amounts of glucosinolates can help support optimal prostate health.

Studies have shown that maca may support increased semen, sperm count, and ability for sperm to move on their own (motility). Maca may also increase feelings of sexual desire in healthy men when used over four months.

More positive effects of maca come from its antidepressant, anti-stress, and antioxidant properties.

Saw Palmetto Berry Powder

Also known as: serenoa repens, sabal fructus, American dwarf palm tree, cabbage palm, ju-zhong, sabal, palmier nain

Historically, extracts of the saw palmetto fruit were used by the southeastern American Indians to remedy urinary and respiratory problems, and by naturopaths in the 19th century for the support of sexual vigor and reproduction.

Today Europeans commonly use saw palmetto to support optimal prostate health. Studies have shown saw palmetto to be safe and supportive for prostate health. Saw palmetto is a popular herb in phytotherapy (the medicinal use of natural sources, such as plants), and studies suggest it may be helpful to men with benign prostatic hyperplasia and benign prostatic hypertrophy.

Saw palmetto appears to support prostate health by helping to inhibit the conversion of testosterone into dihydrotestosterone, a hormone which may be detrimental to prostate health.

Tongkat Ali Powder

Also known as: Eurycoma longfolia Jack, Ali's walking stick, longjack, Malaysian ginseng

Tongkat Ali is a shrub-tree that natively grows in Southeast Asia. Malaysians are known to consume it in an herbal tea to support sexual prowess and virility in males. Tongkat Ali is also used for healthy erectile function, fertility and libido.

The sexual benefits of Tongkat Ali are supported by clinical studies analyzing the plant as an aphrodisiac.

Mucuna Pruriens, 10% L-Dopa

Also known as: cowhage, cow-itch plant, velvet bean, HP 200, atmagupta, feijao macaco, mucuna prurita, kawach, pica-pica

Mucuna pruriens, legumes that grow in tropical areas such as India and the Bahamas, have been used in Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times. Along with being useful as an aphrodisiac, its beneficial constituents include protein, fiber, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc.

The bean (or seed) and the hair on the bean pod are considered the most useful parts of the Mucuna pruriens plant.

Studies have found that Mucuna pruriens can improve semen quality including sperm concentration and motility. Mucuna pruriens also appears to improve sex drive and performance in men with fertility complications, and in men with Parkinson's disease. Studies also suggest that Mucuna pruriens offers excellent antioxidant support.

Polypodium Vulgare Powder

Polypodium vulgare is a fern found in England, mainly in shady humid conditions near rocks, walls and trees. The root has a sweet flavor with an unpleasant odor and aftertaste.

It has been suggested that polypodium vulgare can help the body defend against depression, stress and infection. It can also promote sexual performance.

Muira Puama Root Powder

Also known as: potency wood, Ptychopetalum uncinatum, Ptychopetalum olacoides

Found across the Amazon River basin, muira puama is a small Brazilian tree that the people of South America have long used for its aphrodisiac qualities. The root and stem appear to offer the most medicinal use. Additionally, muira puama may offer mild stimulant effects.

Clinical studies suggest that muira puama can improve antioxidant functions in the brain, as well as offer antidepressant effects.

L-Arginine Monohydrochloride

Also known as: L-arginine, L-arg, 2-amino-5-guanidinopentanoic, arginine ethyl ester

Arginine was first isolated in 1886, and is now regarded as necessary for the body's production of urea and creatin, involved in the waste removal process. Although the human body can make enough arginine on its own, several conditions can disrupt this normal ability. As arginine supplementation may be required, arginine is considered a semi-essential amino acid.

Arginine morphs into nitric oxide, which causes vasodilation, or blood vessel relaxation. Vasodilation tends to improve headaches, clogged arteries, and erectile dysfunction. Arginine may also assist male fertility.

Studies suggest that arginine may promote blood flow and support normal erectile function. This may be due to arginine's ability to increase nitric oxide in the body, which is necessary for healthy erections.

Panax Ginseng Root Powder

Also known as: Asian/Oriental ginseng, ninjin, guigai, hong shen, jinsao, insam, white ginseng

Panax ginseng has been used medicinally for thousands of years in East Asia including China and Korea. Its traditional uses include treating erectile dysfunction, impotence and male infertility, as well as slowing the aging process and decreasing fatigue.

The adaptogenic properties of Panax ginseng can help the body cope with higher stress and fatigue levels by improving appetite and physical performance. It may also help delay premature ejaculation.

Panax ginseng must grow for five years before harvest; experts consider the root the most useful part of the plant. The primary active constituents of Panax ginseng are compounds called ginsenosides. It also contains B vitamins, of which American men are commonly deficient. Additionally, Panax ginseng can support antioxidant action and nitric oxide synthesis (important for erectile function) of other herbs promoting male sexuality.

Experts believe Panax ginseng could be a worthy alternative to invasive treatments for erectile dysfunction. Studies have suggested that Panax ginseng can assist with penile rigidity, while supporting immune system function and contributing to overall well-being.

Epimedium/Horny Goat Weed

Also known as: EbM, horny goat weed, Epimedium grandiflorum

Epimedium is commonly known as horny goat weed due to its folk origins as a Chinese goat herder watched his goats consume the plant and become excited. In China, the plant leaves are usually combined with other ingredients in what is called a yang tonic. Its traditional uses include promoting muscle, bone, liver, kidney and cognitive function.

Epimedium has also been used to enhance sexual function. Today, the herb is taken widely in both Eastern and Western cultures.

Experts have suggested that Epimedium may improve sexual performance and contribute to a better quality of life in those with renal failure. Epimedium appears to address erectile function and libido. Clinical studies currently support these claims.

Maca Root Powder

Also known as: lepidium meyenii, lepidium peruvianum, ayak chichira, maca maca, maka, Peruvian ginseng/maca

Maca is a root vegetable native to South America, and is primarily grown in the Andes highlands. Locals have consumed maca root for thousands of years, at least as far back as the Incan empire. Maca is highly nutrient-dense, containing iron, vitamin B1, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin E, polyunsaturated fatty acids and zinc. Maca is also 11% protein! Traditional uses for maca include stress relief, aphrodisiac, and fertility enhancement.

Unsatisfactory erectile function or high-altitude testicular disturbance may benefit from the maca root. Additionally, maca's high amounts of glucosinolates can help support optimal prostate health.

Studies have shown that maca may support increased semen, sperm count, and ability for sperm to move on their own (motility). Maca may also increase feelings of sexual desire in healthy men when used over four months.

More positive effects of maca come from its antidepressant, anti-stress, and antioxidant properties.

Saw Palmetto Berry Powder

Also known as: serenoa repens, sabal fructus, American dwarf palm tree, cabbage palm, ju-zhong, sabal, palmier nain

Historically, extracts of the saw palmetto fruit were used by the southeastern American Indians to remedy urinary and respiratory problems, and by naturopaths in the 19th century for the support of sexual vigor and reproduction.

Today Europeans commonly use saw palmetto to support optimal prostate health. Studies have shown saw palmetto to be safe and supportive for prostate health. Saw palmetto is a popular herb in phytotherapy (the medicinal use of natural sources, such as plants), and studies suggest it may be helpful to men with benign prostatic hyperplasia and benign prostatic hypertrophy.

Saw palmetto appears to support prostate health by helping to inhibit the conversion of testosterone into dihydrotestosterone, a hormone which may be detrimental to prostate health.

Tongkat Ali Powder

Also known as: Eurycoma longfolia Jack, Ali's walking stick, longjack, Malaysian ginseng

Tongkat Ali is a shrub-tree that natively grows in Southeast Asia. Malaysians are known to consume it in an herbal tea to support sexual prowess and virility in males. Tongkat Ali is also used for healthy erectile function, fertility and libido.

The sexual benefits of Tongkat Ali are supported by clinical studies analyzing the plant as an aphrodisiac.

Mucuna Pruriens, 10% L-Dopa

Also known as: cowhage, cow-itch plant, velvet bean, HP 200, atmagupta, feijao macaco, mucuna prurita, kawach, pica-pica

Mucuna pruriens, legumes that grow in tropical areas such as India and the Bahamas, have been used in Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times. Along with being useful as an aphrodisiac, its beneficial constituents include protein, fiber, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc.

The bean (or seed) and the hair on the bean pod are considered the most useful parts of the Mucuna pruriens plant.

Studies have found that Mucuna pruriens can improve semen quality including sperm concentration and motility. Mucuna pruriens also appears to improve sex drive and performance in men with fertility complications, and in men with Parkinson's disease. Studies also suggest that Mucuna pruriens offers excellent antioxidant support.

Polypodium Vulgare Powder

Polypodium vulgare is a fern found in England, mainly in shady humid conditions near rocks, walls and trees. The root has a sweet flavor with an unpleasant odor and aftertaste.

It has been suggested that polypodium vulgare can help the body defend against depression, stress and infection. It can also promote sexual performance.

Muira Puama Root Powder

Also known as: potency wood, Ptychopetalum uncinatum, Ptychopetalum olacoides

Found across the Amazon River basin, muira puama is a small Brazilian tree that the people of South America have long used for its aphrodisiac qualities. The root and stem appear to offer the most medicinal use. Additionally, muira puama may offer mild stimulant effects.

Clinical studies suggest that muira puama can improve antioxidant functions in the brain, as well as offer antidepressant effects.

L-Arginine Monohydrochloride

Also known as: L-arginine, L-arg, 2-amino-5-guanidinopentanoic, arginine ethyl ester

Arginine was first isolated in 1886, and is now regarded as necessary for the body's production of urea and creatin, involved in the waste removal process. Although the human body can make enough arginine on its own, several conditions can disrupt this normal ability. As arginine supplementation may be required, arginine is considered a semi-essential amino acid.

Arginine morphs into nitric oxide, which causes vasodilation, or blood vessel relaxation. Vasodilation tends to improve headaches, clogged arteries, and erectile dysfunction. Arginine may also assist male fertility.

Studies suggest that arginine may promote blood flow and support normal erectile function. This may be due to arginine's ability to increase nitric oxide in the body, which is necessary for healthy erections.

Panax Ginseng Root Powder

Also known as: Asian/Oriental ginseng, ninjin, guigai, hong shen, jinsao, insam, white ginseng

Panax ginseng has been used medicinally for thousands of years in East Asia including China and Korea. Its traditional uses include treating erectile dysfunction, impotence and male infertility, as well as slowing the aging process and decreasing fatigue.

The adaptogenic properties of Panax ginseng can help the body cope with higher stress and fatigue levels by improving appetite and physical performance. It may also help delay premature ejaculation.

Panax ginseng must grow for five years before harvest; experts consider the root the most useful part of the plant. The primary active constituents of Panax ginseng are compounds called ginsenosides. It also contains B vitamins, of which American men are commonly deficient. Additionally, Panax ginseng can support antioxidant action and nitric oxide synthesis (important for erectile function) of other herbs promoting male sexuality.

Experts believe Panax ginseng could be a worthy alternative to invasive treatments for erectile dysfunction. Studies have suggested that Panax ginseng can assist with penile rigidity, while supporting immune system function and contributing to overall well-being.

Epimedium/Horny Goat Weed

Also known as: EbM, horny goat weed, Epimedium grandiflorum

Epimedium is commonly known as horny goat weed due to its folk origins as a Chinese goat herder watched his goats consume the plant and become excited. In China, the plant leaves are usually combined with other ingredients in what is called a yang tonic. Its traditional uses include promoting muscle, bone, liver, kidney and cognitive function.

Epimedium has also been used to enhance sexual function. Today, the herb is taken widely in both Eastern and Western cultures.

Experts have suggested that Epimedium may improve sexual performance and contribute to a better quality of life in those with renal failure. Epimedium appears to address erectile function and libido. Clinical studies currently support these claims.

Maca Root Powder

Also known as: lepidium meyenii, lepidium peruvianum, ayak chichira, maca maca, maka, Peruvian ginseng/maca

Maca is a root vegetable native to South America, and is primarily grown in the Andes highlands. Locals have consumed maca root for thousands of years, at least as far back as the Incan empire. Maca is highly nutrient-dense, containing iron, vitamin B1, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin E, polyunsaturated fatty acids and zinc. Maca is also 11% protein! Traditional uses for maca include stress relief, aphrodisiac, and fertility enhancement.

Unsatisfactory erectile function or high-altitude testicular disturbance may benefit from the maca root. Additionally, maca's high amounts of glucosinolates can help support optimal prostate health.

Studies have shown that maca may support increased semen, sperm count, and ability for sperm to move on their own (motility). Maca may also increase feelings of sexual desire in healthy men when used over four months.

More positive effects of maca come from its antidepressant, anti-stress, and antioxidant properties.

Saw Palmetto Berry Powder

Also known as: serenoa repens, sabal fructus, American dwarf palm tree, cabbage palm, ju-zhong, sabal, palmier nain

Historically, extracts of the saw palmetto fruit were used by the southeastern American Indians to remedy urinary and respiratory problems, and by naturopaths in the 19th century for the support of sexual vigor and reproduction.

Today Europeans commonly use saw palmetto to support optimal prostate health. Studies have shown saw palmetto to be safe and supportive for prostate health. Saw palmetto is a popular herb in phytotherapy (the medicinal use of natural sources, such as plants), and studies suggest it may be helpful to men with benign prostatic hyperplasia and benign prostatic hypertrophy.

Saw palmetto appears to support prostate health by helping to inhibit the conversion of testosterone into dihydrotestosterone, a hormone which may be detrimental to prostate health.

Tongkat Ali Powder

Also known as: Eurycoma longfolia Jack, Ali's walking stick, longjack, Malaysian ginseng

Tongkat Ali is a shrub-tree that natively grows in Southeast Asia. Malaysians are known to consume it in an herbal tea to support sexual prowess and virility in males. Tongkat Ali is also used for healthy erectile function, fertility and libido.

The sexual benefits of Tongkat Ali are supported by clinical studies analyzing the plant as an aphrodisiac.

Mucuna Pruriens, 10% L-Dopa

Also known as: cowhage, cow-itch plant, velvet bean, HP 200, atmagupta, feijao macaco, mucuna prurita, kawach, pica-pica

Mucuna pruriens, legumes that grow in tropical areas such as India and the Bahamas, have been used in Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times. Along with being useful as an aphrodisiac, its beneficial constituents include protein, fiber, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc.

The bean (or seed) and the hair on the bean pod are considered the most useful parts of the Mucuna pruriens plant.

Studies have found that Mucuna pruriens can improve semen quality including sperm concentration and motility. Mucuna pruriens also appears to improve sex drive and performance in men with fertility complications, and in men with Parkinson's disease. Studies also suggest that Mucuna pruriens offers excellent antioxidant support.

Polypodium Vulgare Powder

Polypodium vulgare is a fern found in England, mainly in shady humid conditions near rocks, walls and trees. The root has a sweet flavor with an unpleasant odor and aftertaste.

It has been suggested that polypodium vulgare can help the body defend against depression, stress and infection. It can also promote sexual performance.

Muira Puama Root Powder

Also known as: potency wood, Ptychopetalum uncinatum, Ptychopetalum olacoides

Found across the Amazon River basin, muira puama is a small Brazilian tree that the people of South America have long used for its aphrodisiac qualities. The root and stem appear to offer the most medicinal use. Additionally, muira puama may offer mild stimulant effects.

Clinical studies suggest that muira puama can improve antioxidant functions in the brain, as well as offer antidepressant effects.

L-Arginine Monohydrochloride

Also known as: L-arginine, L-arg, 2-amino-5-guanidinopentanoic, arginine ethyl ester

Arginine was first isolated in 1886, and is now regarded as necessary for the body's production of urea and creatin, involved in the waste removal process. Although the human body can make enough arginine on its own, several conditions can disrupt this normal ability. As arginine supplementation may be required, arginine is considered a semi-essential amino acid.

Arginine morphs into nitric oxide, which causes vasodilation, or blood vessel relaxation. Vasodilation tends to improve headaches, clogged arteries, and erectile dysfunction. Arginine may also assist male fertility.

Studies suggest that arginine may promote blood flow and support normal erectile function. This may be due to arginine's ability to increase nitric oxide in the body, which is necessary for healthy erections.

Panax Ginseng Root Powder

Also known as: Asian/Oriental ginseng, ninjin, guigai, hong shen, jinsao, insam, white ginseng

Panax ginseng has been used medicinally for thousands of years in East Asia including China and Korea. Its traditional uses include treating erectile dysfunction, impotence and male infertility, as well as slowing the aging process and decreasing fatigue.

The adaptogenic properties of Panax ginseng can help the body cope with higher stress and fatigue levels by improving appetite and physical performance. It may also help delay premature ejaculation.

Panax ginseng must grow for five years before harvest; experts consider the root the most useful part of the plant. The primary active constituents of Panax ginseng are compounds called ginsenosides. It also contains B vitamins, of which American men are commonly deficient. Additionally, Panax ginseng can support antioxidant action and nitric oxide synthesis (important for erectile function) of other herbs promoting male sexuality.

Experts believe Panax ginseng could be a worthy alternative to invasive treatments for erectile dysfunction. Studies have suggested that Panax ginseng can assist with penile rigidity, while supporting immune system function and contributing to overall well-being.

Epimedium/Horny Goat Weed

Also known as: EbM, horny goat weed, Epimedium grandiflorum

Epimedium is commonly known as horny goat weed due to its folk origins as a Chinese goat herder watched his goats consume the plant and become excited. In China, the plant leaves are usually combined with other ingredients in what is called a yang tonic. Its traditional uses include promoting muscle, bone, liver, kidney and cognitive function.

Epimedium has also been used to enhance sexual function. Today, the herb is taken widely in both Eastern and Western cultures.

Experts have suggested that Epimedium may improve sexual performance and contribute to a better quality of life in those with renal failure. Epimedium appears to address erectile function and libido. Clinical studies currently support these claims.

Maca Root Powder

Also known as: lepidium meyenii, lepidium peruvianum, ayak chichira, maca maca, maka, Peruvian ginseng/maca

Maca is a root vegetable native to South America, and is primarily grown in the Andes highlands. Locals have consumed maca root for thousands of years, at least as far back as the Incan empire. Maca is highly nutrient-dense, containing iron, vitamin B1, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin E, polyunsaturated fatty acids and zinc. Maca is also 11% protein! Traditional uses for maca include stress relief, aphrodisiac, and fertility enhancement.

Unsatisfactory erectile function or high-altitude testicular disturbance may benefit from the maca root. Additionally, maca's high amounts of glucosinolates can help support optimal prostate health.

Studies have shown that maca may support increased semen, sperm count, and ability for sperm to move on their own (motility). Maca may also increase feelings of sexual desire in healthy men when used over four months.

More positive effects of maca come from its antidepressant, anti-stress, and antioxidant properties.

Saw Palmetto Berry Powder

Also known as: serenoa repens, sabal fructus, American dwarf palm tree, cabbage palm, ju-zhong, sabal, palmier nain

Historically, extracts of the saw palmetto fruit were used by the southeastern American Indians to remedy urinary and respiratory problems, and by naturopaths in the 19th century for the support of sexual vigor and reproduction.

Today Europeans commonly use saw palmetto to support optimal prostate health. Studies have shown saw palmetto to be safe and supportive for prostate health. Saw palmetto is a popular herb in phytotherapy (the medicinal use of natural sources, such as plants), and studies suggest it may be helpful to men with benign prostatic hyperplasia and benign prostatic hypertrophy.

Saw palmetto appears to support prostate health by helping to inhibit the conversion of testosterone into dihydrotestosterone, a hormone which may be detrimental to prostate health.

Tongkat Ali Powder

Also known as: Eurycoma longfolia Jack, Ali's walking stick, longjack, Malaysian ginseng

Tongkat Ali is a shrub-tree that natively grows in Southeast Asia. Malaysians are known to consume it in an herbal tea to support sexual prowess and virility in males. Tongkat Ali is also used for healthy erectile function, fertility and libido.

The sexual benefits of Tongkat Ali are supported by clinical studies analyzing the plant as an aphrodisiac.

Mucuna Pruriens, 10% L-Dopa

Also known as: cowhage, cow-itch plant, velvet bean, HP 200, atmagupta, feijao macaco, mucuna prurita, kawach, pica-pica

Mucuna pruriens, legumes that grow in tropical areas such as India and the Bahamas, have been used in Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times. Along with being useful as an aphrodisiac, its beneficial constituents include protein, fiber, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc.

The bean (or seed) and the hair on the bean pod are considered the most useful parts of the Mucuna pruriens plant.

Studies have found that Mucuna pruriens can improve semen quality including sperm concentration and motility. Mucuna pruriens also appears to improve sex drive and performance in men with fertility complications, and in men with Parkinson's disease. Studies also suggest that Mucuna pruriens offers excellent antioxidant support.

Polypodium Vulgare Powder

Polypodium vulgare is a fern found in England, mainly in shady humid conditions near rocks, walls and trees. The root has a sweet flavor with an unpleasant odor and aftertaste.

It has been suggested that polypodium vulgare can help the body defend against depression, stress and infection. It can also promote sexual performance.

Muira Puama Root Powder

Also known as: potency wood, Ptychopetalum uncinatum, Ptychopetalum olacoides

Found across the Amazon River basin, muira puama is a small Brazilian tree that the people of South America have long used for its aphrodisiac qualities. The root and stem appear to offer the most medicinal use. Additionally, muira puama may offer mild stimulant effects.

Clinical studies suggest that muira puama can improve antioxidant functions in the brain, as well as offer antidepressant effects.

L-Arginine Monohydrochloride

Also known as: L-arginine, L-arg, 2-amino-5-guanidinopentanoic, arginine ethyl ester

Arginine was first isolated in 1886, and is now regarded as necessary for the body's production of urea and creatin, involved in the waste removal process. Although the human body can make enough arginine on its own, several conditions can disrupt this normal ability. As arginine supplementation may be required, arginine is considered a semi-essential amino acid.

Arginine morphs into nitric oxide, which causes vasodilation, or blood vessel relaxation. Vasodilation tends to improve headaches, clogged arteries, and erectile dysfunction. Arginine may also assist male fertility.

Studies suggest that arginine may promote blood flow and support normal erectile function. This may be due to arginine's ability to increase nitric oxide in the body, which is necessary for healthy erections.

Panax Ginseng Root Powder

Also known as: Asian/Oriental ginseng, ninjin, guigai, hong shen, jinsao, insam, white ginseng

Panax ginseng has been used medicinally for thousands of years in East Asia including China and Korea. Its traditional uses include treating erectile dysfunction, impotence and male infertility, as well as slowing the aging process and decreasing fatigue.

The adaptogenic properties of Panax ginseng can help the body cope with higher stress and fatigue levels by improving appetite and physical performance. It may also help delay premature ejaculation.

Panax ginseng must grow for five years before harvest; experts consider the root the most useful part of the plant. The primary active constituents of Panax ginseng are compounds called ginsenosides. It also contains B vitamins, of which American men are commonly deficient. Additionally, Panax ginseng can support antioxidant action and nitric oxide synthesis (important for erectile function) of other herbs promoting male sexuality.

Experts believe Panax ginseng could be a worthy alternative to invasive treatments for erectile dysfunction. Studies have suggested that Panax ginseng can assist with penile rigidity, while supporting immune system function and contributing to overall well-being.

Epimedium/Horny Goat Weed

Also known as: EbM, horny goat weed, Epimedium grandiflorum

Epimedium is commonly known as horny goat weed due to its folk origins as a Chinese goat herder watched his goats consume the plant and become excited. In China, the plant leaves are usually combined with other ingredients in what is called a yang tonic. Its traditional uses include promoting muscle, bone, liver, kidney and cognitive function.

Epimedium has also been used to enhance sexual function. Today, the herb is taken widely in both Eastern and Western cultures.

Experts have suggested that Epimedium may improve sexual performance and contribute to a better quality of life in those with renal failure. Epimedium appears to address erectile function and libido. Clinical studies currently support these claims.

Maca Root Powder

Also known as: lepidium meyenii, lepidium peruvianum, ayak chichira, maca maca, maka, Peruvian ginseng/maca

Maca is a root vegetable native to South America, and is primarily grown in the Andes highlands. Locals have consumed maca root for thousands of years, at least as far back as the Incan empire. Maca is highly nutrient-dense, containing iron, vitamin B1, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin E, polyunsaturated fatty acids and zinc. Maca is also 11% protein! Traditional uses for maca include stress relief, aphrodisiac, and fertility enhancement.

Unsatisfactory erectile function or high-altitude testicular disturbance may benefit from the maca root. Additionally, maca's high amounts of glucosinolates can help support optimal prostate health.

Studies have shown that maca may support increased semen, sperm count, and ability for sperm to move on their own (motility). Maca may also increase feelings of sexual desire in healthy men when used over four months.

More positive effects of maca come from its antidepressant, anti-stress, and antioxidant properties.

Saw Palmetto Berry Powder

Also known as: serenoa repens, sabal fructus, American dwarf palm tree, cabbage palm, ju-zhong, sabal, palmier nain

Historically, extracts of the saw palmetto fruit were used by the southeastern American Indians to remedy urinary and respiratory problems, and by naturopaths in the 19th century for the support of sexual vigor and reproduction.

Today Europeans commonly use saw palmetto to support optimal prostate health. Studies have shown saw palmetto to be safe and supportive for prostate health. Saw palmetto is a popular herb in phytotherapy (the medicinal use of natural sources, such as plants), and studies suggest it may be helpful to men with benign prostatic hyperplasia and benign prostatic hypertrophy.

Saw palmetto appears to support prostate health by helping to inhibit the conversion of testosterone into dihydrotestosterone, a hormone which may be detrimental to prostate health.

Tongkat Ali Powder

Also known as: Eurycoma longfolia Jack, Ali's walking stick, longjack, Malaysian ginseng

Tongkat Ali is a shrub-tree that natively grows in Southeast Asia. Malaysians are known to consume it in an herbal tea to support sexual prowess and virility in males. Tongkat Ali is also used for healthy erectile function, fertility and libido.

The sexual benefits of Tongkat Ali are supported by clinical studies analyzing the plant as an aphrodisiac.

Mucuna Pruriens, 10% L-Dopa

Also known as: cowhage, cow-itch plant, velvet bean, HP 200, atmagupta, feijao macaco, mucuna prurita, kawach, pica-pica

Mucuna pruriens, legumes that grow in tropical areas such as India and the Bahamas, have been used in Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times. Along with being useful as an aphrodisiac, its beneficial constituents include protein, fiber, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc.

The bean (or seed) and the hair on the bean pod are considered the most useful parts of the Mucuna pruriens plant.

Studies have found that Mucuna pruriens can improve semen quality including sperm concentration and motility. Mucuna pruriens also appears to improve sex drive and performance in men with fertility complications, and in men with Parkinson's disease. Studies also suggest that Mucuna pruriens offers excellent antioxidant support.

Polypodium Vulgare Powder

Polypodium vulgare is a fern found in England, mainly in shady humid conditions near rocks, walls and trees. The root has a sweet flavor with an unpleasant odor and aftertaste.

It has been suggested that polypodium vulgare can help the body defend against depression, stress and infection. It can also promote sexual performance.

Muira Puama Root Powder

Also known as: potency wood, Ptychopetalum uncinatum, Ptychopetalum olacoides

Found across the Amazon River basin, muira puama is a small Brazilian tree that the people of South America have long used for its aphrodisiac qualities. The root and stem appear to offer the most medicinal use. Additionally, muira puama may offer mild stimulant effects.

Clinical studies suggest that muira puama can improve antioxidant functions in the brain, as well as offer antidepressant effects.

L-Arginine Monohydrochloride

Also known as: L-arginine, L-arg, 2-amino-5-guanidinopentanoic, arginine ethyl ester

Arginine was first isolated in 1886, and is now regarded as necessary for the body's production of urea and creatin, involved in the waste removal process. Although the human body can make enough arginine on its own, several conditions can disrupt this normal ability. As arginine supplementation may be required, arginine is considered a semi-essential amino acid.

Arginine morphs into nitric oxide, which causes vasodilation, or blood vessel relaxation. Vasodilation tends to improve headaches, clogged arteries, and erectile dysfunction. Arginine may also assist male fertility.

Studies suggest that arginine may promote blood flow and support normal erectile function. This may be due to arginine's ability to increase nitric oxide in the body, which is necessary for healthy erections.

Panax Ginseng Root Powder

Also known as: Asian/Oriental ginseng, ninjin, guigai, hong shen, jinsao, insam, white ginseng

Panax ginseng has been used medicinally for thousands of years in East Asia including China and Korea. Its traditional uses include treating erectile dysfunction, impotence and male infertility, as well as slowing the aging process and decreasing fatigue.

The adaptogenic properties of Panax ginseng can help the body cope with higher stress and fatigue levels by improving appetite and physical performance. It may also help delay premature ejaculation.

Panax ginseng must grow for five years before harvest; experts consider the root the most useful part of the plant. The primary active constituents of Panax ginseng are compounds called ginsenosides. It also contains B vitamins, of which American men are commonly deficient. Additionally, Panax ginseng can support antioxidant action and nitric oxide synthesis (important for erectile function) of other herbs promoting male sexuality.

Experts believe Panax ginseng could be a worthy alternative to invasive treatments for erectile dysfunction. Studies have suggested that Panax ginseng can assist with penile rigidity, while supporting immune system function and contributing to overall well-being.

Epimedium/Horny Goat Weed

Also known as: EbM, horny goat weed, Epimedium grandiflorum

Epimedium is commonly known as horny goat weed due to its folk origins as a Chinese goat herder watched his goats consume the plant and become excited. In China, the plant leaves are usually combined with other ingredients in what is called a yang tonic. Its traditional uses include promoting muscle, bone, liver, kidney and cognitive function.

Epimedium has also been used to enhance sexual function. Today, the herb is taken widely in both Eastern and Western cultures.

Experts have suggested that Epimedium may improve sexual performance and contribute to a better quality of life in those with renal failure. Epimedium appears to address erectile function and libido. Clinical studies currently support these claims.

Maca Root Powder

Also known as: lepidium meyenii, lepidium peruvianum, ayak chichira, maca maca, maka, Peruvian ginseng/maca

Maca is a root vegetable native to South America, and is primarily grown in the Andes highlands. Locals have consumed maca root for thousands of years, at least as far back as the Incan empire. Maca is highly nutrient-dense, containing iron, vitamin B1, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin E, polyunsaturated fatty acids and zinc. Maca is also 11% protein! Traditional uses for maca include stress relief, aphrodisiac, and fertility enhancement.

Unsatisfactory erectile function or high-altitude testicular disturbance may benefit from the maca root. Additionally, maca's high amounts of glucosinolates can help support optimal prostate health.

Studies have shown that maca may support increased semen, sperm count, and ability for sperm to move on their own (motility). Maca may also increase feelings of sexual desire in healthy men when used over four months.

More positive effects of maca come from its antidepressant, anti-stress, and antioxidant properties.

Saw Palmetto Berry Powder

Also known as: serenoa repens, sabal fructus, American dwarf palm tree, cabbage palm, ju-zhong, sabal, palmier nain

Historically, extracts of the saw palmetto fruit were used by the southeastern American Indians to remedy urinary and respiratory problems, and by naturopaths in the 19th century for the support of sexual vigor and reproduction.

Today Europeans commonly use saw palmetto to support optimal prostate health. Studies have shown saw palmetto to be safe and supportive for prostate health. Saw palmetto is a popular herb in phytotherapy (the medicinal use of natural sources, such as plants), and studies suggest it may be helpful to men with benign prostatic hyperplasia and benign prostatic hypertrophy.

Saw palmetto appears to support prostate health by helping to inhibit the conversion of testosterone into dihydrotestosterone, a hormone which may be detrimental to prostate health.

Tongkat Ali Powder

Also known as: Eurycoma longfolia Jack, Ali's walking stick, longjack, Malaysian ginseng

Tongkat Ali is a shrub-tree that natively grows in Southeast Asia. Malaysians are known to consume it in an herbal tea to support sexual prowess and virility in males. Tongkat Ali is also used for healthy erectile function, fertility and libido.

The sexual benefits of Tongkat Ali are supported by clinical studies analyzing the plant as an aphrodisiac.

Mucuna Pruriens, 10% L-Dopa

Also known as: cowhage, cow-itch plant, velvet bean, HP 200, atmagupta, feijao macaco, mucuna prurita, kawach, pica-pica

Mucuna pruriens, legumes that grow in tropical areas such as India and the Bahamas, have been used in Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times. Along with being useful as an aphrodisiac, its beneficial constituents include protein, fiber, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc.

The bean (or seed) and the hair on the bean pod are considered the most useful parts of the Mucuna pruriens plant.

Studies have found that Mucuna pruriens can improve semen quality including sperm concentration and motility. Mucuna pruriens also appears to improve sex drive and performance in men with fertility complications, and in men with Parkinson's disease. Studies also suggest that Mucuna pruriens offers excellent antioxidant support.

Polypodium Vulgare Powder

Polypodium vulgare is a fern found in England, mainly in shady humid conditions near rocks, walls and trees. The root has a sweet flavor with an unpleasant odor and aftertaste.

It has been suggested that polypodium vulgare can help the body defend against depression, stress and infection. It can also promote sexual performance.

Muira Puama Root Powder

Also known as: potency wood, Ptychopetalum uncinatum, Ptychopetalum olacoides

Found across the Amazon River basin, muira puama is a small Brazilian tree that the people of South America have long used for its aphrodisiac qualities. The root and stem appear to offer the most medicinal use. Additionally, muira puama may offer mild stimulant effects.

Clinical studies suggest that muira puama can improve antioxidant functions in the brain, as well as offer antidepressant effects.

L-Arginine Monohydrochloride

Also known as: L-arginine, L-arg, 2-amino-5-guanidinopentanoic, arginine ethyl ester

Arginine was first isolated in 1886, and is now regarded as necessary for the body's production of urea and creatin, involved in the waste removal process. Although the human body can make enough arginine on its own, several conditions can disrupt this normal ability. As arginine supplementation may be required, arginine is considered a semi-essential amino acid.

Arginine morphs into nitric oxide, which causes vasodilation, or blood vessel relaxation. Vasodilation tends to improve headaches, clogged arteries, and erectile dysfunction. Arginine may also assist male fertility.

Studies suggest that arginine may promote blood flow and support normal erectile function. This may be due to arginine's ability to increase nitric oxide in the body, which is necessary for healthy erections.

Panax Ginseng Root Powder

Also known as: Asian/Oriental ginseng, ninjin, guigai, hong shen, jinsao, insam, white ginseng

Panax ginseng has been used medicinally for thousands of years in East Asia including China and Korea. Its traditional uses include treating erectile dysfunction, impotence and male infertility, as well as slowing the aging process and decreasing fatigue.

The adaptogenic properties of Panax ginseng can help the body cope with higher stress and fatigue levels by improving appetite and physical performance. It may also help delay premature ejaculation.

Panax ginseng must grow for five years before harvest; experts consider the root the most useful part of the plant. The primary active constituents of Panax ginseng are compounds called ginsenosides. It also contains B vitamins, of which American men are commonly deficient. Additionally, Panax ginseng can support antioxidant action and nitric oxide synthesis (important for erectile function) of other herbs promoting male sexuality.

Experts believe Panax ginseng could be a worthy alternative to invasive treatments for erectile dysfunction. Studies have suggested that Panax ginseng can assist with penile rigidity, while supporting immune system function and contributing to overall well-being.

Serving Size 1 capsule
Ingredient Amt. Per Serving % Daily Value †
Epimedium/Horny Goat Weed 333 mg *
Maca Root Powder 83 mg *
Saw Palmetto Berry Powder 33 mg *
Tongkat Ali Powder 17 mg *
Mucuna Pruriens, 10% L-Dopa 10 mg *
Polypodium Vulgare Powder 7 mg *
Muira Puama Root Powder 7 mg *
L-Arginine Monohydrochloride 7 mg *
Panax Ginseng Root Powder 7 mg *
*Daily Value not established.

Provigro Feedback

Things are looking up again

Our customers tell us every day how our natural products have changed their lives. You can see what they have to say about Provigro today . . .

Click to Read More Provigro Success Stories

We will definitely be continuing to use this product.

My husband has been using Provigro for almost a year now. He is 52. We will definitely be continuing to use this product. Keep smilin' and have a great day!

-Tina K H., (MI)

I recently was reunited with a former girlfriend after 45 years.

I recently was reunited with a former girlfriend after 45 years. I am 66 and she is 62. I went online and found Provigro. Thanks for your great product.

-Dan V H., (WI)

The results expressed in the above testimonials may be unique to the individual(s) involved. The testimonials and descriptions of the products used are not intended to promote any direct or implied health claims. Actual results of usage may vary.

Frequently Asked Questions

We encourage you to call us at 1.800.875.0850 if you have any questions about Provigro that we haven't addressed below.

Q: How safe is Provigro?

A: Provigro is made with high-quality ingredients and no harmful fillers, steroids, or chemicals, and it is safe to take on a regular basis. Women should not take Provigro, but can get support by taking our Sensuvive product. As always, consult your health professional if you have a concern.

Q: How do I take Provigro?

A: Take one Provigro capsule in the morning and one before bed, consistently each day. The natural nutrients in Provigro support your healthy lifestyle from a holistic approach, so it's important you keep a continual stream of Provigro in your system. Provigro is not a drug, so it may not work overnight like a drug. We have found an optimal program to be three to six months.

Q: How much Provigro do I need to order?

A: With regular use, each Provigro pack is a two week supply.

Click Here for more answers to Frequently Asked Questions

We Match Your Commitment to a Healthy Lifestyle with our Satisfaction Guarantee.

HelloLife
  • Every bottle is safely manufactured in strict compliance with the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) of the United States Food and Drug Administration.
  • Your order is protected with our 60-Day Satisfaction Guarantee.
    (Please see our 60-day return policy.)
  • We provide dedicated phone communication for any question or concern your may have on how to maintain your healthy lifestyle successes

If you have questions on how to integrate Provigro into your healthy lifestyle,
please contact us or view Frequently Asked Questions.

Call Now
1.800.875.0850 (USA) 1.616.551.4246 (Intl)
M-F 9am-7pm EST | Sat 10am-2pm EST

 

Shipping Worldwide | Saver $2.95 US | Standard $9.95 US | $19.95 International
Call for Overnight Shipping | Discreet Plain Box Packaging