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Castilian: yohimbe.

English: yohimbe.




Gabon and Cameroon.

Used parts and where it grows: The bark of this African tree is used medicinally. Still grows mainly in West Africa. There is some concern due to the fact that the tree could be in danger of extinction due to logging for use as medicine. For this reason, to be yohimbe is used perhaps only as a last resort until the survival of the species can be guaranteed.

Medicinal part.

Its bark.


This is a big tree that can reach a height of up to 30 m.

Leaves: oval and acuminate. They measure up to 40 cm. long by 12 wide.

Flowers: They are grouped in panicles and are regular with 5 petals and 5 sepals. They have a long white corolla by filiform appendages.

Fruits: oblongadas and dehiscent capsule form which contains within it numerous winged seeds.

Main components.

Indole alkaloids (up 6%)

Yohimbine or quebrachina, whose name comes because he is also in the white Quebracho.


Delta yohimbine.




Tannin catechism (this gives the drug a reddish brown)

Minerals (up 2%)

Water (up to 10%)


Sympatholytic: causes a dilation of peripheral vessels, lowering blood pressure.

Aphrodisiacs: the dilation of blood vessels, transferred to the male genital organ, causing an erection more intense and lasting.

Anesthetic: By outsourcing is used in ophthalmology and operations of the ear and nose.


Hypertension, impotence, Prostatitis with painful urination, Frigidity female operations ophthalmology, nose and ears: as an anesthetic.


In high doses presents numerous side effects such as abundant salivation, decrease in blood pressure and relaxation of the sphincters with uncontrolled defecation. The toxicity is manifested with disturbances of heart rhythm.


Powder: Up to 1 g but not more than 10 grams per day.

Mother tincture: up to 20 drops three times daily.

Fluid extract: up to 3 grams per day.

Notes of Interest.

Pausyntalia derives from two Greek words that indicate that eliminates sleepiness.

Yohimbe is the name of indigenous plant.

Yohimbe is a tree that grows through the African nations of Cameroon, Gabon and Zaire. A similar plant in South America is called Quebracho) For centuries, the natives of these areas have eaten both raw and purified bark as a tonic to increase sexual power and as an aphrodisiac. The bark has been used as a hallucinogen and has been used in traditional medicine treat angina and hypertension. The herb is a sensual stimulant for healthy men and women. Today, doctors prescribe an extract from the tree to treat organic impotence. Yohimbe has the power to increase blood flow to the genitals, both male and female. It is thought that stimulates nerve ganglion of the pelvis and that is useful for men with erection problems. In fact a drug prescription, of yohimbine hydrochloride, is the only Department of Food and Drugs os U. S. approved the drug for impotence. The effects can include increased libido, increased sensation and increased stamina. Women have also reported effects and general pleasant sensations like. The bark of the Yohimbe contains about 6% of yohimbine. This component is an alkaloid of nature that is classified as an agent of blocking alpha - 2 - adrenergic. The herb has an effect on the nervous system and can cause changes in blood pressure to delay the peripheral vessels. You can increase the heart rate, body temperature and the increase of blood pressure increase. At higher doses, it has a psychoactive effect. The bark of the Yohimbe stimulates chemical reactions in the body that can help in cases of psychogenic impotence, because strain, tension and emphasis. Clinical studies have shown the herb to be effective in restoring power in diabetic and heart patients who suffer from impotence. When a blockade of the alpha adrenoreceptor, Yohimbe reduces the effect of hormones that cause constriction of the veins, which typically increases with age. Increases the body's production of norepinephrine which is essential in the formation of erections. Yohimbe can also increase the supply of adrenaline to findings of nerve, which can speed up the male sensual stimulation. It has been used in combination with ginseng and saw palmetto as a remedy for male dysfunction sexuall sex. Yohimbe is also a short - term MAO (monoamine oxidase of) inhibitor and should be used with care, especially if you have high blood pressure. It is an MAO inhibitor, Yohimbe should not be taken with any food containing drink (cheese, chocolate, beer, old meat, nuts, etc. And particularly not with the thyroxine of amino acids or PHENYLALANINE. A rise in blood pressure can result from the body is unable to remove the tyramines of these foods. It can be dangerous if used with soothing, sedatives, antihistamines, caffeine, or AMPHETAMINE. Yohimbe can have other side performs as the racing heart rate, irritability, headache, nausea, sweating, dizziness and frequent urination. Anyone with a heart condition, kidney disease, glaucoma or a history of gastric or duodenal ulcers should avoid this herb. The part that is used: The inner bark. Used in tablet, liquid extract, and the powder form. Use common: The herb has been used for centuries as a aphrodisiaco for men, and has similar effects with women. Recent studies suggest the drug may be effective in the treatment of male impotence especially that associated with diabetes.

If people want to get a sexual stimulant, you may find some tablets Yohimbe and prepares them to read. Set to simmer a quart of water with 1 gm. del ascorbic acid and 5 tablets of a Yohimbe gm until there are only 50% of the original content of water volume. Add sugar much later. combínelo and mix with sassafras and Pau D 'arc if you are a healer or a botanist and wants to help his patient and allow an erection at the same time. However, most people who have been treated with Yohimbe have left disappointed. They did not know it takes approximately 20 minutes to serve the constituents of alkaloid. The active alkaloid, bitartrate of yohimbine, is the component of medicines OF SINGLE FITO Aphrodisiac conocidoo that can cause erection in impotent men, and about the concept of an aphrodisiac. Bitartrate of Yohimbine particularly affects the nerves that changes regulates the flow of blood in the genital area. The medical texts never mention that they do the same thing for women, showing an indifference to the typical female erection. In the best screenplay decoction of the case that this will cause many users to obtain a fuse cord and the feeling of extreme skin sensitivity to the perception of high pleasure. It is important to remember that certain stories are on the Yohimbe. It is said that some African tribes who drink in copious amounts in the rituals to remove the fear and increase aggressiveness. After they get to the point they jumped so much that they seem to be a Mosh pit full of spears, and they run 10 miles fall on to the next village and killed most of the tribe of sleepers and begin to violate the dogs, livestock, women, children, male survivor, the dead bodies, jugs of water and tree holes before running back home. I'm not sure this is something we need to do on Friday night. The Yohimbe: keep awake and making love all night. In men it becomes really inconvenient and annoying and painful in this case recommended a hot bath and cold water, but watch a lot of heat too. The females are not exempt from this - has the same effect that they, though easier to sleep.

Historical or traditional use (may or may not be backed by scientific studies) Historically, the bark of yohimbe was used in West Africa for fevers, leprosy, and tos. 1 has also been used as dilatante of pupils, for heart disease And as a local anesthetic. It has more recent history of use as an aphrodisiac and halucinógeno.

Active components: The alkaloid known as yohimbine is the primary active ingredient in yohimbe, although similar alkaloids may also play a role. Yohimbine blocks the alpha - 2 adrenergic receptors, which are part of the sympathetic nervous system. 2 also dilates blood vessels. This has made the compound a substance useful for treating male sexual dysfunction. Yohimbine inhibits monoamine oxidase (MAO) and therefore may have advantages in depressive disorders. However, no clinical research done as there are other herbs used for depression, as the St. John's wort.

Yohimbine has been shown repeatedly to be useful for men with impotence as a double - blind studies conducted; 3 4 have also been reported studies with negative results. 5 6.

How much should I take? A tint of the crust is often used in the amount of 5 - 10 drops three times a day. There are also products of standardized yohimbe available for the treatment of impotence. A typical daily amount of yohimbine is 15 - 30 mg. As a safe dose. Yohimbine should be used under medical supervision.

There are side effects or interactions? Patients with kidney disease or women with peptic ulcer disease, pregnant or breastfeeding should not use the yohimbe. The standard dose can sometimes cause dizziness, nausea, insomnia or anxiety. Using more than 40 mg. Daily yohimbine can cause dangerous side effects, including loss of muscle function, frialdades, and dizziness. Some people may also experience hallucinations when taking high quantities of yohimbine.

Foods with high amounts of tyramine (such as cheese, wine red, and liver) should not be taken while you're taking the yohimbe, as it can cause severe high blood pressure and other problems. Similarly, yohimbe, when combined with other drugs antidepressant alone should be under strict medical supervision, although at least one study suggests that might benefit those who are not responding to serotonin inhibitors picks such as Prozac. 7.

Special consideration in the UK: Yohimbe can only be prescribed by a doctor or dispense medical supervision of a pharmacist.

The information on the effects of a supplement or an herb determined for a given condition has been described in terms of methodology or the data source of support (for example: clinical, double - blind, meta - analysis, or use Traditional) For the convenience of the reader, the information in the vector that lists the supplements for certain conditions are also categorized. The criteria for the rankings are: "primary" indicates that there is relatively reliable and scientific data that show a constant support in the disease. "Secondary" indicates that there is conflict, little or only preliminary studies suggest that aid in disease or aid in the disease is minimal. "Other" indicates that there is little scientific support and / or minimal aid in the disease.


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3. Ernst E, Pittler MH. Yohimbine for Erectile dysfunction: A systematic review and meta - analysis of clinical trials randomzed. J Urol 1998; 159: 433 - 36.

4. Carey MP, Johnson BT. Effectiveness of yohimbine in the treatment of Erectile disorder: Four meta - analytic Integrations. Arch Sex Behav 1996; 25: 341.

5. Kunelius P, H "kkinen J, Lukkarinen O. Is high - dose yohimbine hydrochloride effective in the treatment of mixed - type impotence? A prospective, randomized, controlled double - blind crossover study. Urol 1997; 49: 441 - 44.

6. Mann K, Klingler T, Noe S, et al. Effect of yohimbine on sexual experiences and nocturnal tumescence and rigidity in Erectile dysfunction. Arch Sex Behav 1996; 25: 1 - 16.

7. Cappiello A, McDougle CJ, Maleson RT, et al. Fluvoxamine augmentation of yohimbine in Refractory depression: A single - blind study. Biol Psychol 1995; 38: 765 - 67.

PROLONGED USE AND CARE IN EXCESS MAY CAUSE WITH AN ERECTION Perennial irreversible damage to this level.

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