Wild Harvested / Organic / Local
Available in 10mls / 50mls / 100mls
Ashwagandha (Withania Somerfia)
Pine Pollen (Pinus pollinosis)
Nettle (Urtica dioica)
Pine Pollen has the same chemical genetics as human testosterone. This potent natural medicine has been used traditionally as a male tonic to increase testosterone for centuries. Increasing the Yang, the masculine energy, beneficial to those struggling with a decline in testosterone levels - which can be due to stress or ageing - testosterone levels naturally decline so it's a a good idea to keep your levels fuelled up with a natural source! Increased testosterone can have multiple positive influences including; improved stamina and athletic performance, greater muscle mass, enhanced sexual function and increased energy levels and libido. Also known to stimulate the immune system, boost brain, lung, kidney, liver, heart and spleen health, support detox, promote weight loss, alleviate pain, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant - like Nettle. Adaptogens Pine Pollen & Ashwagandha, increase your body’s resistance to the negative effects of stress. Nettle, has been studied to offer relief to BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia) and enlarged prostate. Full of vitamins A, C, E and K, as well as several B vitamins and minerals; calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and sodium. Supporting health bones and tissues. Ashwagandha another popular yang tonic, builds vital force, boosts testosterone, energy levels, replenishes the adrenals, reduces blood sugar levels, stress and anxiety. These three herbs ruled by Mars, present a potent warrior blend to encourage optimal performance for the masculine.
TRADITIONAL & STUDIED USES/ACTIONS:
Testosterone boost, Vital force enhancement, Energy support, Stamina & Endurance, Adrenal health, Adaptagenic, Enhanced sexuality & libido, Healthy bones and tissues.
❀ FIRE / MARS
❀ YANG / DIVINE MASCULINE
BASE MENSTRUM / Certified Organic Cane Spirits, House distilled Aquavite
EXTRACTS / Ashwagandha (Withania Somerfia) Pine Pollen (Pinus pollinosis) Nettle (Urtica dioica)