By the time they’re 40, most men have had at least occasional “bedroom issues.” And here’s the bad news… It’s only going to get worse.
But don’t panic. Mother Nature has an herbal answer for almost every sign of aging. Including those embarrassing moments you can’t perform the way you’d like to.
In the next few minutes, I’ll reveal 3 of these answers. And show you how to use them to be “ready to go” almost anytime she is.
But, first, you should know a couple of things about sexual arousal.
Everything About You Is Wonderfully Complex… Even Arousal
When you were college age, arousal probably seemed like the simplest thing in the world. A pretty girl walked by, and you… um, had a reaction. If you slow-danced with her, you had an even bigger reaction.
Back then, you were probably ready to go on a moment’s notice. But “ready to go” involves a remarkable number of steps. Which is why 15 Dragons includes a remarkable number of nutrients.
To begin with, your arousal probably started with sensory clues. I don’t just mean vision here. Sight, sounds, scents, or a certain touch might be involved. Or a combination of several senses.
Besides these initial triggers, your hormone balance, mood, and other factors come into play. Factors like whether your body can make enough nitric oxide to get – and keep – you hard.
And all this is just the tip of the iceberg. Let’s just say every performance is a little miracle of Nature. If even one trigger misfires, you may not be able to perform as well as you’d like.
Or at all.
So let’s take a look at 3 of the top natural secrets to address those embarrassing bedroom issues.
Secret #1: Velvet Antler
Since pre-history, humans have been fascinated by quick growth. Phrases like “sprang up over night” and “seemed to grow before our eyes” litter our languages. And we’ve always attributed magic or special powers to things that grow so quickly.
In the plant world, it’s bamboo. Certain types of bamboo can grow up to 35 inches in a single day. But what about the animal world? What’s the growth champ among mammals?
It’s not an animal, but certain parts of certain animals. I’m talking about antlers.
Every spring, male deer (including elk and moose) begin growing a new set of antlers for the rutting season. A bull elk’s antlers may grow up to an inch a day, reach lengths over 4 feet (each!), and weigh more than 40 pounds.
To grow so quickly – and reach such massive size – these antlers need nourishment – and lots of it. This is provided by “velvet,” a soft, furry skin covering that’s laced with blood vessels.
For untold centuries, herbalists from China to Europe to the American West have prized this seasonal growth for its masculine and rejuvenating qualities. And studies suggest they were on to something.
Have We Overlooked a Potent Male Enhancer?
Mainstream medicine tends to reject traditional herbs out of hand. Until science proves them wrong. And that may be the case with velvet antler. Because emerging studies seem to show it may have some surprising qualities.
Take a 2015 university study, for example.
Doctors tested the effects of velvet antler extract on aging animals’ sexual behavior and testosterone levels. They gave different groups of subjects one of three doses for velvet antler… or one of three doses of inactive placebo… for 5 weeks.
At the start of the study, all of the subjects had low testosterone levels. But after 5 weeks taking velvet antler, testosterone levels had gone up. The antler velvet group also became more sexually active.1
But what does it do for men? Well, a 2004 study may have given us a hint.
This study – which included researchers from Florida State University and the University of Idaho – tested velvet antler on exercise capacity and strength.
A group of male weightlifters were split into two matched sets. One set took velvet antler, while the other took a placebo. After 10 weeks, the researchers compared their volunteers’ exercise capacity and strength to their performance at the study’s start.
The velvet antler group made significant gains in body composition, lower body strength and aerobic capacity. The placebo group didn’t.2
A 2003 report for the Australian government listed a number of benefits of velvet antler, including…
- Helping ease joint pain
- Immune system stimulation
- Muscle growth and strength
- Anti-aging properties3
The Australian report also notes antler velvet appears to have no serious side effects.
A Closer Look
Velvet antler differs from velvet. Velvet is the covering. Velvet antler is the antler – still mostly cartilage – covered with velvet.
It’s humanely harvested from commercial herds to ensure the animals don’t injure one another. And it’s this complete form that appears to have the biggest health benefits.
For example, velvet antler is rich in Type II collagen and chondroitin sulfate – which helps explain why it seems to have such an effect on aching joints.
Velvet antler also contains growth factors and other substances (especially prostaglandins) linked to muscle growth, supporting healthy cholesterol levels, and promoting relaxation of smooth muscle – a key step in getting hard.4
And here’s a bonus, recently discovered by Korean scientists…
In a 2013 animal study, these researchers showed velvet antler promotes hair growth.
The researchers believe that growth factors found in velvet antler may be responsible for the reaction. Whatever the cause, it seems like a pretty good bonus… if this effect holds true for humans, too.
Meanwhile, let’s look at another secret to boosting your sexual performance.
Secret #2: Eucommia
Eucommia is one of Chinese medicine’s 50 essential herbs. It’s been used for centuries for its general anti-aging properties, including boosting mental clarity… promoting healthy blood pressure and normalized levels of cholesterol… fighting obesity and high blood sugar… supporting bone health… and much more.
Including improving sexual function.
And these are just some of the proven uses hospital researchers reported in a 2014 article on this popular herb.6
In a 2006 animal study, scientists gave eucommia extract to subjects suffering with high blood sugar. Their blood sugar levels were high enough they had caused damage to penile nerves and triggered problems with getting hard.
The researchers gave eucommia to some of their subjects for 4 weeks. At the end of the study, the eucommia group’s penile nerves appeared fairly healthy. Their bodies also produced higher levels of an enzyme that triggers release of NO.
The eucommia group also initiated sex with females more often… and had improved erectile function.7
Another study looked at antioxidant defenses in penile tissues from animals with high blood sugar. Subjects given eucommia showed higher levels of SOD (superoxide dismutase, one of your body’s master antioxidants).
The eucommia group also had higher levels of alpha-actin, a protein that helps control contractibility of smooth muscle – such as in your penis.8
Like quebracho, eucommia hasn’t been thoroughly studied in humans yet. But what evidence we have suggests it could play a major role in supporting a more active – and satisfying – sex life.
Now let’s take a look at the least known of our 3 secrets. This one works in an entirely different way…
Secret #3: Xanthoparmelia scabrosa
“Xantho what?” you may be asking. For simplicity’s sake, let’s just call it “Plant X.”
Plant X is actually a lichen. Lichen, in turn, are algae and fungi living in harmony. They represent one of nature’s most unusual “inventions.” And they sometimes show unusual powers.
Lichen live in a symbiotic relationship. Both parties – the alga and the fungus – benefit from living together. And have properties unlike those of the individual members.
In this case, Plant X contains at least two unusual compounds that block the action of PDE5.9 Which is really good news if you have trouble in the bedroom.
Why is a little complicated. But here’s the quick-and-dirty version…
Like NO, cGMP relaxes smooth muscle tissue. And it plays a major role in helping you get – and stay – hard.
An enzyme called PDE5 breaks down cGMP. So, slowing or partially blocking the action of PDE5 can help your performance.
Which is why our “Plant X” could give you a big boost if you’ve had performance problems.
And why X. scabrosa is an important part of the 15 Dragons formula. Along with velvet antler, eucommia … and 12 other potent nutrients designed to help you enjoy a more active and fulfilling love life.
Enjoy All the Pleasure With None of the Risk
Performance means more pleasure for you… and for your partner, too. And when you combine these nutrients with others – like Panax ginseng for stamina and Epimedium for libido – you set the stage for maximum satisfaction.
Now you can recapture that youthful thrill with absolutely no risk. Because 15 Dragons comes with our full-year satisfaction guarantee.
Take 15 Dragons for a test drive. Prove to yourself that pleasure doesn’t have to fade as you get older. We promise you’ll be thrilled with the results, or we’ll buy it back.
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Yours in continued good health,
The Best Life Herbals Wellness Team
The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
1 Zang, Z.J., et al, “Effects of velvet antler polypeptide on sexual behavior and testosterone synthesis in aging male mice,” Asian J Androl. Jul-Aug 2016; 18(4): 613–619.
2 Broeder, C.E., “The Effects of Deer Velvet Antler Supplementation on Body Composition, Strength, and Aerobic & Anaerobic Performance,” Advances in Antler Science and Product Technology. 2004; 161–165.
3 Tuckwell, C., “Velvet Antler: a summary of the literature on health benefits,” Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation. 2003.
4 Batchelder, H.J., “Velvet Antler: A Literature Review.”
5 Li, J.J., et al, “Aqueous Extract of Red Deer Antler Promotes Hair Growth by Regulating the Hair Cycle and Cell Proliferation in Hair Follicles,” Scientific World Journal. 2014; 2014: 878162.
6 He, X., et al, “Eucommia ulmoides Oliv.: ethnopharmacology, phytochemistry and pharmacology of an important traditional Chinese medicine,” J Ethnopharmacol. 2014; 151(1): 78-92.
7 Zhang ,W.H., et al, “The effects of eucommia ulmoides oliv on catching action of diabetic rats and myelinated nerve fibers in penile tissues,” Zhonghua Nan Ke Xue. May 2006; 12(5): 466-469.
8 Zhang, W.H., et al, “Effect of eucommia ulmoides oliv on SOD activity and alpha-actin expression in the penile tissues of diabetic rats,” Zhonghua Nan Ke Xue. Apr 2005; 11(4): 309-313.
9 Quasie, O., et al, “Modulation of Penile Erection in Rabbits by Mondia Whitei: Possible Mechanism of Action,” Afr. J. Trad. CAM. 2010; 7(3).