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Health Benefits of Yohimbe.

Yohimbe is the name of a medicinal herb which comes from the Pausinystalia Yohimbe, an evergreen tree found in various regions such as Cameroon, Gabon, Nigeria and Congo of Western Africa. In Africa, the tree has been used as an aphrodisiac since many centuries and many people still smoke the bark of the tree as a hallucinogen. This bark is harvested from May to September which also serves as the rainy season in Africa. Let's have a look at the various health benefits of yohimbe bark extract.

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
One of the most common uses of yohimbe bark extract is for erectile dysfunction. As mentioned above the herb is mainly used as an aphrodisiac for men and women. It's effects are known to enhance sexual desire in men. Many people claim it to be very effective against impotence caused by the consumption of antidepressants and medications which hamper sexual performance mainly in men. Once administered, this herb promotes healthy blood circulation especially in the genital area in men and women.

Antioxidant Properties
The herb is also a high source of antioxidants and contributes to a healthy skin and hair growth. In addition to that it also increases size of blood vessels and helps in repairing clogged arteries. This ensures prevention from various cardiovascular disorders and lowers the risk of heart attacks. The antioxidant in yohimbe bark extract eliminates the free radicals of the body, preventing the growth of cancerous tumors in the body.

Increased Libido
Men or women who suffer from the problems of low libido are often advised yohimbe bark extract by their doctors. This bark extract is considered very helpful to reduce stress and exhaustion and therefore contributing to sexual desire. The bark extract is believed to provide infinite benefits to the circulatory, reproductive and nervous system thus enhancing sexual performance in men and women.

Head Pain Relief
Yohimbe bark extract is also very beneficial for people who often suffer from head pain and have trouble concentrating on different topics. Yohimbe bark extract is known to boost up the levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter in the brain which keeps head pain at bay.

Fat Loss
Yohimbe is also very helpful in healthy weight loss and is the first preference of many doctors to treat obesity. Doctors recommend that yohimbe should be taken before going to a workout as it helps body to use more fat during the workout session. Yohimbe by nature is an alpha-2 andrenergic antagonist which means it fights off those compounds which contribute to unhealthy weight gain in the body.
Native to the Congo, Cameroon, Nigeria, and Gabon, this tall and possibly endangered evergreen provides a wide variety of medicinal benefits. The bark of the yohimbe was used originally to treat problems including leprosy, fever, and coughs by West Africans. It has also been used to dilate pupils, as an anesthetic, as a way to prevent heart disease, and as a hallucinogen and an aphrodisiac.


Yohimbe bark comes from the Yohimbe tree that grows in Africa. The natives have used the bark from the tree for centuries to enhance sexual experiences. The bark increases the blood flow to the genitals of both men and women. The natives also smoke the bark for its hallucinogenic effects. Today, the chemical, yohimbine, is manufactured as a prescription drug.

During the rainy season from May to September, Yohimbe bark is harvested. This is the time that it has the greatest alkaloid content. Yohimbe trees usually die after they have been stripped of their bark requiring the planting of numerous new trees. Yohimbe trees grow quickly and sometimes sprout from dead trees.

The alkaloid yohimbe is the main chemical in the yohimbe’s bark. Yohimbe is said to prevent various depressive disorders as it inhibits monoamine oxidase (MAO) and dilates blood vessels. Yohimbe also stops alpha-2 adrenergic receptors that belong to the sympathetic nervous system. Today yohimbe is frequently used to treat erectile dysfunction.

How to make your tea.

1 pint of water

5 -6 teaspoons of yohimbe

Read about yohimbine. Before using yohimbe bark or the extract, learn about yohimbine to understand better how the chemical works. Yohimbine is a chemical from the bark of the yohimbe tree. Yohimbine hydrochloride is a form of yohimbine used as a prescription drug for male impotence. In low levels, yohimbine is present in yohumbe bark and its extract.Read about the benefits and side effects of yohimbe bark and the extract. It is an aphrodisiac for both men and women. It helps with impotence. It is also an antioxidant. However, the side effects are many. It can cause anxiety, an increase in blood pressure, dizziness, headaches, nausea, upset stomach and sweating














Grind the yohimbe bark with a regular spice grinder. Boil five to six teaspoons of the ground bark for ten minutes in one pint of water. Strain the tea and add 500 milligrams of vitamin C. The vitamin C makes the tea more soluble. Sip slowly. If you don't have a spice grinder, you can use five to ten teaspoons of bark that hasn't been ground.

Add cinnamon or honey if you cannot handle the taste. The reactions from the tea should occur within thirty minutes from drinking it. Some experience a tingling in the genitals, while others experience nausea. Other symptoms are an increased emotional or sexual feeling.













Warning: Not to be used during pregnancy. Not to be used while nursing. Not for use in persons with liver or kidney diseases or in chronic inflammation of the sexual organs or prostate gland. Not for excessive or long-term use.