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Male Potency Two X
30 Capsules • 645.5 mg
This product is a combination of fifteen ingredients formulated to improve sexual performance and libido.

Sexual activity is linked to several physiological benefits such as lower blood pressure, emotional satisfaction, reduced stress, and many more.

According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), erectile dysfunction (ED)
is defined as the inability to obtain and or maintain penile erection sufficient
for satisfactory sexual performance. Common medical causes of ED include chronic illness or the side effects of drugs. Additional risk factors for ED
include cardiovascular disease, smoking, obesity, and high cholesterol.
Less commonly, the problem is psychological. Physical causes are more common in older individuals while psychological causes in younger people.

Low levels of testosterone are correlated with a low libido. Saw Palmetto may promote the increase in libido by inhibiting the breakdown of testosterone in the body. Sperm production is guided by testosterone. Low levels of testos-
terone results in low sperm count. Saw palmetto may increase fertility by affecting the balance of free testosterone in the body. Frequently, saw palmetto is used among herbalists for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BHP) cases which is considered a non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland. One of the main theories is that there is an abnormal conversion of testosterone to the more potent DHT (dihydrotestosterone), an endogenous androgen sex steroid and hormone. This conversion is made by an enzyme known as 5-alpha-reductase. Saw palmetto has been shown to block this enzyme to preserve normal and optimum testosterone levels.

Eurycoma longifolia jack commonly known as “tongkat ali” in Malaysia and Singapore, and “pasak bumi” in Indonesia, is another ingredient used in this supplement. Over the past few years, there have been quite a number of studies that have shown tongkat ali to have sex-boosting properties.
The effects of tongkat ali were studied on the libido of male mice after dosing them with up to 800 mg per kilogram of body weight twice daily for ten days. Results showed that this herb dramatically increased the mice’s erections and mounting frequency. Recent studies indicate the root contains several compounds, including beta-carboline alkaloids and quassinoid-type glycosides.

Traditional Chinese herbalists have recommended ginseng for centuries to improve vitality and sexual wellness for both sexes. In Asia, ginseng is commonly included in various herbal supplements for cases of sexual dysfunction. Korean red ginseng seems to be an effective ingredient for erectile dysfunction (ED), according to results from studies performed in Korea. Laboratory studies with animals have shown that ginseng enhances libido and copulation performance. These effects of ginseng may not be due to changes in hormone secretion, but to direct effects of ginseng or its ginsenoside components on the central nervous system and gonadal tissues. There is good evidence that ginsenosides can facilitate penile erection by directly inducing the vasodilatation and relaxation of penile corpus cavernosa. Moreover, the effects on the corpus cavernosa appear to be mediated by the release of nitric oxide from endothelial cells and from nerves that surround the vessels. According to other sources, ginseng decreases prolactin secretion, which also suggests a direct effect of ginseng at the level of the pituitary gland. High levels of prolactin inhibit libido.

Yohimbe bark has been evaluated for cases of sexual dysfunction through many placebo-controlled trials. It does appear to have a therapeutic benefit, particularly in psychological cases of erectile disorder. Intake of yohimbe bark has shown to improve sexual desire, sexual satisfaction, frequency of sexual contact and quality of erections during sexual contact or intercourse. Several studies have confirmed that combining L-Arginine with yohimbe is effective in improving erectile function in people with mild to moderate erectile dysfunction.

Various studies have shown a very clear relationship between zinc and testosterone levels. Young men were fed a diet including very little zinc so that they developed a zinc deficiency. Testosterone levels were measured and there was a significant decrease (almost 75 percent) after 20 weeks of a low-zinc diet. The study also examined zinc supplementation in elderly men. Researchers showed that with increased zinc intake, testosterone levels in the elderly population almost doubled. This is pretty powerful evidence that zinc has an impact on testosterone production. 

Pygeum bark is commonly used to promote prostate health and reduce an enlarged prostate. Additional uses have been seen in men with sexual dysfunction due to either benign prostatic hyperplasia or chronic prostatitis. In a study, a group of men received pygeum extract (200 mg daily for 60 days) either alone or with anti-biotics. The men receiving pygeum bark extract experienced improved sexual function, even though there were no significant differences between hormone levels or nocturnal penile rigidity before and after therapy. Based on the findings, researchers believe that pygeum may be beneficial to patients with sexual or reproductive dysfunction.

The amino acid arginine has several roles in the body, such as helping remove the excess ammonia form the body, stimulating immune function, and promoting secretion of several hormones, including glucagon, insulin, and growth hormone. Also, arginine is considered a versatile amino acid serving
as a precursor for the production not only of proteins but also nitric oxide.
Nitric oxide (NO) is a powerful agent known to dilate and engorge blood vessels of the penis.

Horny goat weed is a pungent ornamental herb found in Asia and the Mediterranean. The legend tells that the name came from a herder who noticed his goats becoming more sexually active after consuming the plant. The exact way horny weed functions remains unclear. Studies have shown that it may influence levels of neurotransmitters such as norepinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine. The leaves of horny goat weed contain a variety of flavonoids, icariin, sterols, and an alkaloid called magnoflorine. Flavonoids are thought to enhance nitric oxide formation leading to stronger erections.

Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is a hormone made mostly by the adrenal glands, but it is also produced in the testicles, ovaries, and the brain. DHEA converts into power androgens as androstenedione and testosterone. The hormone testosterone is extremely important and mostly responsible for the libido in both men and women. Androgens also facilitate the action of nitrous oxide in the genital region, leading to easier genital engorgement and erections.

Another herb part of this supplement is ginkgo biloba. Published studies have shown that ginkgo biloba promotes blood flow and oxygenation of tissues.
The active ingredients in ginkgo act as antioxidants, avoid red blood cells and platelets from aggregating to form clots, and improve circulation in tiny blood vessels by inducing relaxation of the muscles surrounding blood vessels. These properties may be of importance to men who have sexual dysfunction due to poor circulation to the genitalia.

Muira puama comes from the Amazon and it is known as “potency wood.” Research performed by French scientists have reported an improvement in sexual performance. Muira puama may promote greater libido, frequent intercourse, quality of orgasms, and overall greater sexual satisfaction.

Well-known in India, tribulus terrestris is used as an aphrodisiac.
It contains protodioscine, a compound the body converts into the sex hormone dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA). Tribulus terrestris promotes the increase of nitric acid oxide, which increases blood flow into the genitals.

Originally from Paraguay, Catuaba is considered a powerful aphrodisiac.
It seems to promote sexual function by stimulating the nervous system.
Also, catuaba stimulates blood flow to the genitals and enhances sexual pleasure.

Maca is a well-known plant that grows in Peru. It may promote the improve-
ment of sexual performance by increasing physical stamina. High levels of the amino acids L-Arginine and L-Histadine have been found in maca. Both amino acids may help boost sexual drive or libido.

The ancient Mayans have used damiana as a sex-booster. Damiana has several applications, various of them for sexual disorders. The extract has shown to weakly bind to progesterone receptors, showing usefulness in promoting sexual health.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Capsule  
Servings per Container: 30  
Amount per 1 Capsule   %DV
Zinc (Bisglycinate chelate) 50 mg 333
Proprietary blend 595.5 mg  
Saw Palmetto Extract 45% (Serenoa repens)   *
Tongkat ali Extract 100:1 (Eurycoma longifolia)   *
Korean Ginseng Extract 7% (Panax ginseng)   *
Yohimbe Bark Extract 10% (Pausinystalia yohimbe)   *
Pygeum Extract 13% (Prunus africana)   *
L-Arginine (free form)   *
Horny Goat Weed Extract 20:1 (Epimedium)   *
DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone)   *
Ginkgo Extract 24%-6% (Ginkgo biloba)   *
Muira Puama Extract 20:1 (Ptychopetalum olacoides)   *
Puncture Vine Extract 20:1 (Tribulus terrestris)   *
Catuaba Bark Extract 20:1 (Erythroxylum catuaba)   *
Maca Root (Lepidium meyenii)   *
    Damiana Leaves (Turnera diffusa)   *
*Daily Value not established

Other Ingredients: Gelatin.

Recommendations: As a dietary supplement, take one (1) capsule in the afternoon.

Caution: Do not use this supplement if the band around the cap is broken or missing. This product is not recommended for people with a family history of prostate cancer or enlargement, heart disease or low “good” cholesterol (HDL). Do not exceed recommended serving. If symptoms persist, consult a doctor.

Storage: Keep tightly closed in a dry place and do not expose to excessive heat.

The statements above have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.