Triple Play contains extracts of bark of bois bande (Richeria grandis), muira puama (Ptychopetalum olacoides) and catuaba (Erythroxylum catuaba), three plants used in Brazil and the Antilles for their aphrodisiac effects.
is the best-known Brazilian aphrodisiac plant. The Tupi Indians were the first to discover its aphrodisiac properties and since then, it has been used by successive generations to stimulate male and female sexual desire. Catuaba bark extract works on the nervous system and is considered by Brazilians to be a proven aphrodisiac and a treatment for impotence.
¤ Muira puama
is a Brazilian shrub which has long been used in traditional South American medicine as an aphrodisiac and sexual tonic to boost virility and treat impotence. Clinical studies support this traditional use of muira puama for improving libido and treating erectile dysfunction.
- Male volunteers who took muira puama for two weeks saw a significant improvement in erectile dysfunction and libido.
- Animal studies suggest that muira puama has a relaxant effect on the cavernous body of penis, thus encouraging engorgement. It also supports dilation of blood vessels in the genital area.
¤ Bois bande
, recognised for centuries in the Antilles, where it is known as “bois d'homme” (“man's bark”), is used for its virility-enhancing and aphrodisiac benefits. These are believed to be due to its vasodilatory properties.
15 ml of Triple Play provides 79.16 mg of muira puama, bois bande and catuaba extracts, three plants with recognised aphrodisiac effects.
Ingredients : water, bark extracts of muira puama (Ptychopetalum olacoïdes), bois bande (Richeria grandis) and catuaba (Erythroxylum catuaba), glycerin, alcohol 15 %.
Directions for use
Take 5 ml (using the measuring cap) in a glass of water, morning, noon and evening.