Yohimbe is derived from the bark of the evergreen tree, Pausilinia yohimbe which was formerly known as Coryanthe yohimbe. This tree is native to West African forests and belongs to the Rubiaceae family. Why is yohimbe considered an aphrodisiac? The primary active constituent of yohimbe bark is yohimbine HCI or Indole alkaloid, a psychoactive chemical of the tryptamine chemical class. In the standardized form, this substance is known as yohimbine hydrochloride and sold in the United States as a prescription drug for sexual and erective dysfunction among men. As a sexual stimulant yohimbine works by blocking alpha-2 andrenergic receptors and improving the dilation of blood vessels. Both these processes are crucial in achieving and maintaining an erection among men since the increase in blood flow to the penis helps to bring about an erection. In its herbal form, yohimbine is believed to work in the same way as the standardized drug and this is the reason why the bark of the yohimbe tree figured as an popular aphrodisiac for men in traditional cultures.
Yohimbe is an herb that is claimed to treat sexual problems, depression, chest pain, and other conditions.Yohimbe Bark Extract is known to have many benefits,it has been used for years in traditional medicines and holistic drugs, and is still popular in herbal products for male enhancement. When used in combination with other high quality herbs it can effectively aid in male sexual dysfunction.
1. Stimulating the body energy metabolism and increasing energy supply;
2. Making psychological stimulant to increase sexual desire;
3. Enhancing muscle tension with the function of suppressing urinary without injury.
2. Dietary Supplement, such as capsules or tablets.
Packing & Storage：
Pack in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside. Net Weight: 25kgs/paper-drum.
1kg-5kgs plastic bag inside with aluminum foil bag outside. Net Weight: 20kgs-25kgs/paper-drum.
Store in a well-closed container away from moisture and light.
2 years if sealed and store away from direct sun light.