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Yohimbe is a tree bark that some men use to make erections stronger, harder, last much longer, it is available over the counter, it’s cheaper than the little blue pill, and it is available at your local drug store.
WHAT IS IT?
Yohimbe comes from the bark of a tree that grows throughout many African nations as well as in some areas of South America. Yohimbe in its active form becomes an alkaloid and increases blood-flow to both male and female genitals. The bark is processed and packaged for men everywhere who want a stronger, firmer, and longer lasting erection.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
When the blood flow is increased to the genital area, men experience erections and women experience a sensation where their genitals become moist and the clitoris becomes erect.
Yohimbe has been used in many ancient and present day civilizations as an aphrodisiac and also as a way to fight erectile dysfunction (limp penises).
What happens to the rest of the body while all of these pleasing responses are going on is oftentimes not quite as pleasurable. 1) Blood pressure increases, 2) Heart rate increases, 3) Adrenaline increases, and 4) Body temperature increases significantly.
WHAT DOES ALL THIS MEAN?
Well, if you have high blood pressure, glaucoma, kidney disease, are taking any medicines for depression, allergies (antihistamines in particular); are on any type of diet or weight training supplements with caffeine and or amphetamines, you should consult your family physician before you use Yohimbe.
An extreme word of caution is that Yohimbe should never be used with any foods that contain tyramine (certain red wines, aged cheese, chocolate, bear, nuts, and aged meats). This can cause an extreme rise in blood pressure and your body can overheat. So forget the sexy red wine and chocolate covered strawberries for the Yohimbe night.
Like anything, Yohimbe has potential side effects. Side effects include: 1) Headaches, 2) Dizziness, 3) Nausea, 4) Increased blood pressure, 5) Increase in body temperature. 6) Panic Attacks, and 7) Hallucinations. Yohimbe will keep you up all night so if you need to get some rest, do not take it.
WHEN TO AVOID YOHIMBE:
- When you need to get some sleep.
- If you take Claritin, Benadryl, Allegra, Zyrtec, or any other antihistamine for allergies
- When you have been diagnosed with high blood pressure
- If you are taking medication for depression
- If you suffer from panic attacks
- When you plan a romantic evening with chocolate, beer, wine, or cheese.
- When you are taking diet pills that increase your metabolism
- When you have to work the next morning.
- If you are in a very hot area like a steam room, Jacuzzi, tanning bed, or on you’re way to workout.