Andro Plus

POTENT BLEND OF BOTANICALS TO SUPPORT MALE GLANDULAR AND SEXUAL HEALTH.

- Supports healthy libido
– Supports balanced hormone levels
– Optimizes sexual stamina

ANDRO PLUS is a comprehensive formula designed to support healthy hormone
levels and sexual function. Testosterone levels can decline naturally with
age, a condition often clinically referred to as andropause or male
menopause. A decline in testosterone production can lead to sexual
dysfunction, decreased lean body mass, mood disturbances, and bone loss. The
botanicals in Andro Plus support balanced hormone levels to help alleviate
these uncomfortable symptoms.

TRIBULUS EXTRACT (Tribulus terrestris), a botanical aphrodisiac, may enhance
endogenous production of testosterone and testosterone precursors including
androstenedione and DHEA. Low sexual desire and function are often
attributed to low levels of testosterone, a hormone that drops significantly
with aging.

PERUVIAN MACA ROOT (Lepidium meyenii) is a traditional medicinal root from
Peru. Maca has been shown to increase sexual desire and improve erectile
function. The applicable part of Maca, the root, contains fatty acids and
essential amino acids, however the mechanism of action is largely unknown. Traditionally,
Maca root has been used for anemia, chronic fatigue, female hormone
imbalances, menstrual irregularities, enhancing fertility, impotence, and
stamina.

MUIRA PUAMA (Ptychopetalum olacoides) is a plant indigenous to the Amazon
region of Brazil. The medicinal parts of the plant are the trunk with bark
and the roots. Traditionally, this plant has been used as an aphrodisiac and
adaptogen. In vivo studies have demonstrated a beneficial outcome with Ptychopetalum
olacoides in regard to adaptation to stress and potential antidepressant
properties. Additionally, it may be beneficial for libido and restoring
sexual function.

Sexual dysfunction can be a multifactorial issue. Primary evaluation for
sexual dysfunction should include a thorough evaluation of the
cardiovascular system. In addition, other contributing factors can include
drugs, endocrine disorders, neurological disorders, and psychological issues