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Horny Goat Weed

Other Names: Horny Goat Weed, Epimedium, Bishop's Hat, Barrenwort, Epimedium Grandiflorum
Traditional Usages: Impotence, Loss of Libido, Sexual Disorders, Sexual Stimulant for Men and Women, Erectile Dysfunction, High Blood Pressure, Kidney Disease, Anti-aging, Alzheimer's Disease, Watery Semen, Anxiety, Depression, Sedative, Joint Pain
Resources: China, Europe, Japan, Korea, Mediterrenean Region
Parts Used: Flowers, Leaves

Horny Goat Weed - Herbal remedy for Increase Male Fertility: Epimedium (also known as horny goat weed) increases the formation of semen. You can make a tea by simmering one teaspoon of epimedium herb in one pint of water for 10-15 minutes. Drink the tea three times daily.

Horny Goat Weed - Herbal remedy for Impotence: Horny goat weed increases circulation and increases sex drive and sperm count and is a remedy for impotence. Grind 3 ounces of horny goat weed leaves. Infuse one teaspoon in a cup of boiling water for 10 minutes. Let it cool down and drink twice daily.

Horny Goat Weed - Herbal remedy for Infertility: Horny goat weed is also known to increase sexual performance and support healthy testosterone production. It increases circulation and increases sex drive and sperm count. Infuse one teaspoon of dried herbs in a cup of boiling water for 10 minutes. Let it cool down and drink twice daily.

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