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Special Report - Penis Enlargement Pills

Penis enlargement pills - do they work, giving men everything they thought they every wanted, or are they just a placebo. If you have ever been tempted to buy penis enlargement pills then you should read this special report.

Penis enlargement pills do not work. I will show you why. by Lawrence

Below I have compiled a list of most of the common ingredients in penis enlargement pills on the market today. It is one of the most comprehensive lists on the Net. All are herbal extracts and compounds from natural sources. You will note that not one has listed as a benefit, "penis enlargement" or "penis growth". Your penis will not grow with inches. You will not get a bigger penis.

Please read carefully through the list below. There are two common themes that stand out from all these ingredients. One is that a number of the ingredients are designed to "increase blood flow to the penis". The other is that most are related to "sexual enhancement" or an "increase in libido" or as an "aphrodisiac".

Common Ingredients Of Penis Enlargement Pills: Read Carefuly.

Apigenin and Amla - Apigenin is a citrus bioflavonoid used primarily in the prevention and treatment of cancer. Amla is the world's richest source of Vitamin C. Bioflavonoids, such as apigenin, are thought to work synergistically with Vitamin C in the maintenance of blood vessel health. This pairing works to keep your sexual organ healthy and functioning properly over the long term.

Arjuna - Used mainly in cardiovascular health, Arjuna is an important component of a healthy sexual lifestyle. Regulating both blood pressure and heart rate, this herb works to pace the body, which has been seen to be an incredibly beneficial trait during sex.

Astragalus (astragalus membranceous) - The roots of this plant are harvested in northern China and Mongolia. Astragalus is known for it's normalizing effects on the body's functions. Modern research confirms it also supports immune defenses.

Boron (boron, elemental) - This mineral is vital for proper male nutrition as well as
maintaining proper blood levels of estradiol, which is a precursor of estrogen. Estrogen is a sex hormone that must be regulated to insure maximum male sexual performance.

Bladderwrack - A type of seaweed found on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, Bladderwrack promotes thyroid health and is also used in cases of high cholesterol, arteriosclerosis, overweight, and exhaustion. A healthy thyroid streamlines the metabolism making it more efficient and effective. Healthy metabolism is an integral part of both penis enlargement and sexual health.

Catuaba Bark (erythroxylum catuaba) - Catuaba has a long history in herbal medicine as a male 'strengthener' and aphrodisiac. The Tupi Indians in Brazil first discovered the qualities of the Catuaba plant and over the last centuries, have composed many songs praising its wonders.

Cayenne (capsicum frutescens) - Has been used in India for decades for its powerful stimulant effects. Additionally, this plant helps to dilate blood vessels, thus leading to harder more attainable erections. This plant is another must for any man wanting to maximize his sexual performance

Cowhage - With a lengthy history in Ayurvedic medecine, Cowhage has long been used as an aphrodisiac. Cowhage also contains the chemical L-dopa, the precursor to dopamine in the brain. Dopamine, or "pleasure chemical" controls the brain's and body pleasure centers. L-dopa works to elevate dopamine levels which then have an astounding effect on the body. Testosterone levels are elevated, as are human growth hormone production and mood. All of this translates to a higher libido, greater sensuality and greater sexual prowess.

Cuscuta (cuscuta spp.) - Cuscuta is frequently used in long-term tonic programs, most commonly to strengthen the uro-genital functions. It is used to treat premature ejaculation, frequent urination and leukorrhea as well as aching lower back, symptoms that often accompany deficient sex drive.

Damiana Exctarct - Has a long history of use in traditional herbal medicine throughout the world. It is thought to act as an aphrodisiac, antidepressant, tonic, diuretic, cough-suppressant, and mild laxative. It has been used for such conditions as depression, anxiety, sexual inadequacy, debilitation, bed-wetting, menstrual irregularities, gastric ulcers, and constipation.

Ginko Biloba (ginko biloba) - For over 5,000 years, Ginkgo has been prescribed in Chinese medicine. In the last 30 years, more that 300 studies have given clinical evidence that Ginkgo prevents and benefits many problems throughout the entire body. Ginkgo is gaining recognition in the life sciences.

Ginseng (eleutherococcus senticosus) - Commonly used by athletes for overall body strengthening, Ginseng fortifies the adrenal gland, and promotes healthy circulation. It increases the conversion rate of sugars into the necessary substrates for the formation of fatty acids in the liver.

Hawthorn(e) Berry (fructus crataegi) - This phytochemical, with exceptional preventive
capacities, comes from the hawthorn tree. Hawthorn is rich in bioflavonoids, which relax and dilate the arteries. These compounds arepowerful antioxidants that help increase the flow of blood and oxygen.

Herba Epimedii (herba epimedii) - Has been shown to stimulate the supra renal glands, and triggers the increased hormonal secretions. Research has shown this herb to increase male sperm count and semen density substantially. Herba Epimedii also expands the circulatory system's blood vessels.

Horny Goat Weed - Behind the funny name of horny goat weed stands a time-tested aphrodisiac that increases libido in men and women, and improves erectile function in men. Known also as Epimedium or Yin Yang Huo, horny goat weed was first described in ancient classical Chinese medicinal texts.

L-Arginine - Increases nitric oxide release, which prolongs erections through coronary vasodilation. Nitric oxide also relaxes vascular smooth muscle via parasympathetic stimulation, which allows blood to flow to the penis and reach erection rapidly. Arginine, a protein amino acid, is the precursor to nitric oxide in the body.

Maca (lepidium meyenii) - Is a plant grown in Peru that produces a radish-like root that is responsible for its sex-enhancing ability. In studies, subjects given maca experienced greater sexual satisfaction, increased energy, and stamina. This plant has long been used for restoration.

Momordica - Along with existing as an incredible aid to those with diabetes and indigestion, Momordica has also been shown to reduce bodyfat thereby increasing body testosterone levels. It's a fantastic source of Vitamin C and in studies in rats, it has been shown to promote antispermatogenesis, acting as a natural contraceptive.

Muira Puama (ptychopetalum olacoides) - The root of this shrub, native to Brazil, has been proven in a sexology study in Paris, France to increases libido as well as helps patients with erectile dysfunction (ED). In fact, preliminary research suggests that Muira Pauma is one of the best botanic herbs available for ED.

Musli - Found in the South-Eastern part of India, Musli is a safe and natural aphrodisiac used in Ayurvedic medicine and Chinese traditional medicine. It has been touted by some as a natural alternative to Viagra and is hailed for it's many beneficial qualities.

Niacin - Is a water-soluble vitamin necessary for many aspects of health, growth, and reproduction. It is part of the vitamin B complex. Niacin assists in the functioning of the digestive system, skin, and nerves. It is also important for the conversion of food to energy.

Nettle Leaf (urtica dioica) - Acts as a diuretic, expectorant and tonic. It is rich in iron and chlorophyll to clean and nourish the blood.

Oatstraw (avena sativa) - Used to treat fatigue and exhaustion, Oatstraw improves brain and nervous system function and has been used to treat impotence. It is extremely useful for aiding your body in recovering from exhaustion and correcting sexual debility.

Orchic Substance (bovidae) - This is an extract from bovine testes and is proven to increase testosterone levels without harmful steroids.

Oyster Meat (crassostrea gigas) - Historically known as an aphrodisiac, flavanoids in oyster meat have been shown to stimulate the reproductive system.

Pumpkin Seed (cucurbita pepo) - Pumpkin seed is commonly used to strengthen the prostate gland and promote male hormone function. Myosin, an amino acid found in pumpkin seeds, is known to be essential for muscular contractions.

Reishi Mushroom - Increases stamina and energy. Also boasting anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and antioxidant properties, reishi is known to lift the mood and increase one's sense of spirit and vitality.

Sarsparilla (smilax officinalis) - Found along the coast of Peru, Sarsparilla aids in the
production of testosterone and progesterone.

Saw Palmetto Berry (fructus serenoae) - Native Americans and early American settlers used Saw Palmetto to treat problems associated with the genitals, urinary tract and reproductive system. This herb is called the "plant catheter" due to its therapeutic effect on the neck of the bladder.

Shatavari - Acting as a full system tonic, Shatarvi has also been shown to aid males suffering from sexual debility and impotence. Overall, it has a calming affect on the body, stabilizing body weight, decreasing nervousness and promoting healthy sleep.

Taj and Safflower: Taj and Safflower are both vasodilators, meaning they open up the blood vessels to encourage more bloodflow. In other words, they can increase blood flow to the penis, causing an erection to occur. This expansion of the vascular spaces of the penis reduce blood outflow, thus sustaining the length of an erection.

Tongkat Ali - Found in the rainforests of Southeast Asia, this amazing root is shown in numerous animal studies to improve sexual quality and motivation (libido). Malaysians know Tongkat Ali for it's energy producing and sensuality enhancing qualities. In one study by the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences (University of Science Malaysia), results showed a significant enhancement in the sexual qualities of middle-aged rats. In humans, the roots properties induce both physical and sexual performance.

Tribulus and Cordyceps - Both of these agents increase testosterone production. Tribulus contains an active ingredient known as protodioscin. Protodioscin increases the secretion of luteinizing hormone. This hormone, in turn, regulates the secretion of testosterone in the testicles.

Cordyceps works in much the same way. In a study of mice given cordyceps, testosterone levels were significantly increased in both 3-day and 7-day trials. Testosterone is directly responsible for the development and maintenance of sex drive in males.

Zinc (gluconate) - Zinc aids in sperm motility and quality. It is also is very important in the metabolism of testosterone. Zinc, in the form of zinc gluconate, is more easily tolerated than other forms.

Have you seen a single ingredient in this list that has "penis growth" listed as one of it's benefits? At best they could be used as aphrodisiacs, libido enhancers or in the best case as herbal treatments for ED. They may help and encourage you to have an erection, even a "fuller" and "harder" one but not a bigger one by inches.

There are only 2 methods that will make your penis grow with inches and with PERMANENT RESULTS, Penis Exercises and Penis Traction Devices.

About the Author

If you want to know how to get a bigger penis, then Lawrence is your man. He has had some success and would like to share it with others.

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