The Natural Way

Wednesday, November 13, 2002

Xanthoparmelia scabrosa is almost an unknown herb here in the U.S. There are no common names for this remarkable plant that I know of, as it comes to us from the Far East. Apparently, X scabrosa has a very long history of use in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine. Why is it now showing up under our U.S. flag?

This herb has science supporting the claim of "makes an old man young." Obviously, with the graying of the baby boomers, anything that strengthens and firms up the possibility of regaining some of the attributes of being 15 years old again is a marketer's Eden. If it has some hard proof, then this is also a gift to the people. This herb works for most men and is useful for women, too.

Xanthoparmelia scabrosa is usually blended with herbs that enhance the possibilities which young people take for granted. Blended with Yohimbe extract, Maca extract and L-Arginine, Xanthoparmelia scabrosa has a formula that not only builds desire but also provides the bricks and mortar for the construction of a solid building. Science clearly shows the herb causing an increase in nitric oxide, which causes the building to go up quickly. It also inhibits those things which detract.

The suggested dose of this herbal formula is two tablets. Letting your system digest this all natural product for at least an hour is beneficial. The formula's lasting effect varies from person to person but should last from four to six hours. People using an old fashioned antidepressant called a MAO inhibitor should not use this, nor should people who have heart trouble treated with nitro medicines. Some minor facial flushing might occur -- this shows how well the herbal blend is improving blood flow.

Unlike Viagra, Xanthoparmelia scabrosa costs only a few dollars per dose making it cost effective and efficient. This natural product fills the bill, which was lacking for so long in natural medicine. We have had herbs that build desire, but not reliably replacing Viagra.

Maybe that has changed. Makes you want to thank the free market and go out and salute the flag.

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