|Product Name||Yohimbine HCL|
|Chemical Name||Yohimbine Hydrochloride Extract|
1). Sexual dysfunction--------The NIH states that yohimbine hydrochloride is the standardized form of yohimbine that is available as a prescription medicine in the United States, and that it has been shown in human studies to be effective in the treatment of male erectile dysfunction. Yohimbine has been shown to be effective in the treatment of orgasmic dysfunction in men. Yohimbine has also been used to treat hypoactive sexual desire disorder (under active libido) in women.
2). Fat loss--------Yohimbine has shown to increase lipolysis in multiple studies.Administered prior to exercise, it boosts lipolysis and serum FFA levels both during and following exercise; blockade of adipocyte alpha-2 adrenoreceptors makes at least a modest contribution to this pro-lipolytic activity. Pre-exercise yohimbine administration has the potential to down-regulate the lipoprotein lipase activity of visceral adipocytes, increase lipolysis in refractory gynoid fat depots, and improve the impaired lipolytic response to exercise in the elderly.
Brife info about Yohimbine hydrochloride:
1. Yohimbine hydrochloride is indicated as a sympathicolytic and mydriatic. It may have activity as an aphrodisiac.
Impotence (not able to have erections)
The way yohimbine works is not known for sure. It is thought, however, to work by increasing the body's production of certain chemicals that help produce erections. It does not work in all men who are impotent.
New research that shows it could be an herb with very effective antioxidant potential. Research shows it is a vasodilator, which means that it increases blood flow to the extremities and appendages.
2. Yohimbine readily penetrates the (CNS) and produces a complex pattern of responses in lower doses than those required to produce peripheral alpha-adrenergic blockade. These include, anti-diuresis, a general picture of central excitation including elevation of blood pressure and heart rate, increased motor activity, nervousness, irritability and tremor. Sweating, nausea and vomiting are common after parenteral administration of the drug. Also, dizziness, headache skin flushing reported when used orally.
3. Generally, this drug is not proposed for use in females and certainly must not be used during pregnancy. Neither is this drug proposed for use in pediatric, geriatric or cardio-renal patients with gastric or duodenal ulcer history. Nor should it be used in conjunction with mood- modifying drugs such as antidepressants, or in psychiatric patients in general.
Function of Yohimbine hydrochloride: :
(1). Accelerating the body energy metabolism and increasing energy supply;
(2). Producing psychological stimulant to increase sexual desire;
(3). Increasing muscle tension, with the function of suppressing urinary without injury.