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Thanda is a 100% herbal formula that contains the following carefully selected herbs in therapeutic dosage:
- NN Diemethylglycine (DMG) is a nutritional supplement and vitamin B15 precursor with a range of supportive functions. DMG is a versatile health-promoting factor that can help to support a strong immune system. It is a natural amino acid found in the body. DMG supplies methyl groups for modification, building, and detoxifying many constituents in the body. DMG can encourage physical and mental energy levels by reducing lactic acid build-up and supporting oxygen utilization in tissues. It acts as an antioxidant to help protect cells, and also helps with circulation by promoting oxygen utilization.
- Withania somnifera (Ashwaghanda), a traditional Indian (Ayurvedic) medical herb, is also known as "Indian ginseng." It is often marketed simply as "Withania" and is also called winter cherry or Dunal. The berries, fruits, and roots have been used traditionally. In Western herbal medicine, most preparations are made from the root of the shrub. A major traditional use of the herb is in "balancing life forces," which may be regarded as an adaptogenic or tonic effect. Ashwagandha is considered to be a "rasayana" that promotes rejuvenation according to traditional Ayurvedic practice. Over 35 active ingredients have been identified in the herb, including steroidallactones, alkaloids, saponins, and glycosides.
- Eleutherococcus senticosis (also known as Siberian ginseng) is one of the most important active ingredients in Siberian or Oriental Ginseng is the ginsenosides, which greatly promote blood flow to the brain and peripherals, including the female sexual organs. This herb can also help to promote energy and in a recent study Siberian ginseng was shown to support stamina and fitness. (Hartz AJ, Bentler S, Noyes R, et al. "Randomized controlled trial of Siberian ginseng for chronic fatigue". Psychol Med. 2004;34(1):51-61). In addition, animal studies lend growing support for the use of ginseng in lessening sexual dysfunction and studies provide increasing evidence for a role of ginsenoside action utilizing nitric oxide. (Murphy LL, Lee TJ. "Ginseng, sex behavior, and nitric oxide". Department of Physiology, Southern Illinois University, School of Medicine, Carbondale, Illinois 62901, USA. 2002 May;962:372-7 PMID: 12076988).
- Ginkgo biloba is particularly renowned for its content of flavonoids, terpenoids, and organic acids. Researchers have studied its benefits in supporting all phases involved in sexual desire. An open study on 63 subjects found that women were more responsive to the sexually-enhancing effects than men, with relative success rates of 91%! Ginkgo biloba was reported to have a positive effect on all four phases of the sexual response cycle: desire, excitement (lubrication), orgasm, and resolution (afterglow). Theories for the results included encouraged circulation to genitals and norepinephrine receptor-induced effects on the brain. (Cohen AJ, Bartlik B. "Ginkgo biloba for antidepressant-induced sexual dysfunction". J Sex Marital Ther. 1998;24:139-143).
- Tribulus terrestris has a long history of traditional medical use in China, India, and Greece. In ancient times it was recommended as a treatment to promote female fertility and support a healthy libido in both men and women. Recent studies performed in Bulgaria are the most current evidence regarding tribulus. According to this research, tribulus increases levels of various hormones including testosterone, DHEA, and estrogen, and for this reason supports sexual function. (Adimoelja A. "Phytochemicals and the breakthrough of traditional herbs in the management of sexual dysfunctions" [abstract]. Int J Androl. 2000;23:82-84).
- Gentiana lutea grows wild or cultivated in many places from Europe to India, and is also cultivated in North America. Gentiana lutea radix powder is a tonic herb traditionally used to promote optimal functioning in all organs of the body. Gentiana has been used for centuries. It gets its name from Gentius, King of Illyria (a part of Greece) from 180-167 B.C., who is said to have discovered the medicinal value of these plants. The stimulatory properties of this herb are thought to be due to its rich glycoside content. (Aberham A, Schwaiger S, Stuppner H, Ganzera M. "Quantitative analysis of iridoids, secoiridoids, xanthones and xanthone glycosides in Gentiana lutea L. roots by RP-HPLC and LC-MS". J Pharm Biomed Anal. 2007 Nov 5;45(3):437-42. Epub 2007 Jul 10. PMID: 17697760)
- Liriosma ovata (also known as Muira puama) is nicknamed "potency wood" by natives. Muira puama is derived from two species of small, shrubby trees in the olive family. Natives sometimes drink a beverage infused with this herb before sex to help encourage desire. Studies have identified some of muira puama's chemical compounds. Among the substances found in the herb are alkaloids, fatty acids, tannins, volatile oils, sterols, and resins. (Iwasa, J., and Y. Kimura, "Studies on the constituents of muira puama," Yakugaku Zasshi (1969), 89(8):1172-24). This herb has also been investigated specifically for its encouraging effects on female sexual desire. (Rowland DL, Tai W. "A review of plant-derived and herbal approaches to the treatment of sexual dysfunctions". J Sex Marital Ther. 2003 May-Jun;29(3):185-205. Review. PMID: 12851124). (Waynberg J, Brewer S. "Effects of Herbal vX (Muira Puama and Ginkgo biloba) on libido and sexual activity in premenopausal and postmenopausal women". Adv Ther. 2000 Sep-Oct;17(5):255-62. PMID: 11186145)
- Smilax ornata (also known as Sarsaparilla) contains steroidal saparins which are thought to mimic the action of some human hormones. It is used as a supportive tonic to the female reproductive system and contains steroidal saparins. It is commonly used as a tonic for sexual functioning and also as a rejuvenating tonic.
- Sabal serrulata (also known as Saw Palmetto) has long been utilized by the Seminole Indians as a tonic to promote strength. The main constituents include glycerides, steroids, flavonoids, and volatile oil.