Zotrex



Review Summary

We are unafraid to take herbal supplements for insomnia and anxiety, so why not try one of the wonderful products for enhancing a man’s sexual health? You may experience a renewed interest in your partner and a real boost to your self-confidence. Begin by researching ingredients, and then start investigating online retailers and manufacturers of supplements. Zotrex contains some great ingredients, and seems worth investigating further.


Ingredients at a Glance
The ingredients in Zotrex include some of the following: Golden Spear Grass, Damiana, Cinnamon, Eurycoma Longifalia, Cayenne, Ginger Root, White Willow Bark, L-Arginine, Cordyceps Sinensis, Spirulina, Alfalfa, Dulse Leaf and Orange Peel.


Ingredients in Focus
Cordyceps Sineses is indigenous to China, Tibet and Nepal, and has been used there for centuries as a tonic to increase stamina and immune system function. It may have some application for addressing certain types of cancer and chronic respiratory disease, but research in the West is as yet equivocal. We would advise people to await further research regarding the safety and efficacy of this Eastern fungus.

White Willow Bark is the original aspirin. The medicinal use of Willow Bark dates back to the Greek physician, Hippocrates, who advised his patients to chew on Willow Bark to reduce fever and inflammation.

Traditionally, Ginger Root has been used to ease menstrual cramps, alleviate seasickness and food poisoning, and to eliminate body odor. It is still considered one of the more popular herbal remedies for nausea, morning sickness and digestive problems. Ginger Root Extract may support the digestive process by breaking down proteins. It is believed to alleviate nausea, cramps and morning sickness by relaxing stomach muscles. It may have some effect on cholesterol levels, blood pressure and reducing the risk of blood clots.

Capsaicin in cayenne pepper is believed to have very powerful pain-relieving properties when applied to the surface of the skin. For this reason, it is currently used in topical ointments to relieve the pain of peripheral neuropathy, such as post-herpetic neuralgia caused by shingles. Early evidence is encouraging regarding the possible use of Capsaicin for stomach ulcers. Capsaicin is being explored as a cure for diabetes by researchers in Canada. Early work curing diabetic mice looks promising. The American Association for Cancer Research reports studies suggesting Capsaicin is able to kill prostate cancer cells.

The leaves of the Damiana plant were originally used as medicine by the indigenous cultures of Central America, particularly those of Mexico. It has been used as an aphrodisiac and to boost sexual potency in men by the native peoples of Yucatan, including the Mayan Indians, for thousands of years. It is said to act as a sexual stimulant and produce a feeling of general well being. Damiana is sometimes used in men to address premature ejaculation, sexual sluggishness and prostate complaints.


Website
This product is featured on a retail site of a particular look. We find it is not terrible, but it does not present the type of information we are looking for with clinical, as well as anecdotal evidence.


Positives
• Supplement label posted on site
• Under $30 at time



Negatives
• A supplement to that may support you in the moment and not work cumulatively over time
• Not a targeted remedy for men’s sexual health



Final Thoughts
We find this is another one of those confusing products. Is it a diet product, a muscle building supplement or a sexual enhancer? We like a simple formula.

The American man desires a simple, succinct formula with killer ingredients. Do your research, and demand the best. We suggest looking for a formula that contains Damiana, as well as Yohimbe and Epimedium.











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