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Butea Superba

Other Names: Butea Superba, Creeping Butea, Butea Gum, Kwao Krua Dang, Red Kwao Krua
Traditional Usages: Sexual Performance Problems, Erectile Dysfunction, Lack of Interest in Sexual Activity, Diarrhea, Painful Urination, Fever, Aphrodiasic, Hair Growth, Arthritis, Gout
Resources: China, Vietnam, Thailand, India
Parts Used: Vine, Root
Herbal Research: Butea Superba


Butea Superba - Herbal remedy for Erectile Dysfunction: The appropriate dosage of butea superba will depend on a number of different factors such as the user’s age and overall health. Always consult your doctor before taking it. One capsule of 500 milligrams of butea superba extract can be taken daily.


Butea Superba - Herbal remedy for Impotence: The appropriate dosage of butea superba will depend on a number of different factors such as the user’s age and overall health. Always consult your doctor before taking it. One capsule of 500 milligrams of butea superba extract can be taken daily.

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