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Male Performance Capsules from MelloMelon are the extra boost you’ve been looking for! With 25mg of CBD per capsule extracted from the purest hemp oil and a proprietary blend of organic ingredients, like Raw Organic Maca, Longjack Root, Korean Ginseng Extract, and DHEA, these capsules give you exactly what you are looking for. A synergistic combination of ingredients that enhances libido promotes energy and performance, supports normal blood flow, aids circulation, metabolic function, and balances mood.
If you are taking blood pressure medication or any other medication, contact the doctor before using it. If any adverse reactions occur, discontinue use and consult with your doctor.
To understand how full spectrum CBD can help your sex life, let’s take it back to the way researchers think CBD works on your body.
There are tiny receptors inside your body that are part of a whole system of scientists called the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). Think of these receptors as the locks that the key in this case, the CBD — may activate.
Although CBD may not unlock them explicitly, it may cause a sequence of reactions in the body that activates the whole human body. By indirect activation of CBD, the body reacts in a number of different ways, including as an anti-inflammatory and anticonvulsant.
MelloMelon male performance is not just a natural way to enhance your sexual life but also enhances libido, promotes energy and performance, supports normal blood flow, aids circulation, metabolic function, and balances mood.
Note: Do not exceed one (1) capsule daily. Not intended for use by anyone under the age of 18 without adult supervision.
Proprietary Blend (raw Organic Maca (Lepidium Meyenili), Longjack root(Eurycoma Longifolia)
This study was a 12-week double-blind placebo-controlled, randomized, parallel trial in which active treatment with different doses of Maca Gelatinizada was compared with placebo.
The study aimed to demonstrate if the effect of Maca on subjective reports of sexual desire was because of the effect on mood or serum testosterone levels. Men aged 21–56 years received Maca in one of two doses: 1500 mg or 3000 mg or placebo. Self-perception on sexual desire, score for Hamilton test for depression, and Hamilton test for anxiety was measured at 4, 8, and 12 weeks of treatment.
An improvement in sexual desire was observed with Maca for 8 weeks of treatment. Serum testosterone and oestradiol levels were not different in men treated with Maca and in those treated with placebo (P: NS). Logistic regression analysis showed that Maca has an independent effect on sexual desire at 8 and 12 weeks of treatment, and this effect is not because of changes in either Hamilton scores for depression or anxiety or serum testosterone and oestradiol levels. In conclusion, treatment with Maca improved sexual desire.
The roots of Maca have been traditionally consumed by the natives of high Andes of Peru to boost fertility and sexual health since ancient times.
According to a study published in the Journal ‘Andrologia’ in 2002, it was found that 40 percent of men who consumed maca supplements for three months reported an increase in virility around week eighth to twelfth. On the other hand, the group which was given a placebo registered no such increase.
Maca is believed to increase sperm formation, production, and mobility in men. Black maca is considered to be more effective as compared to the Red or Yellow Maca.
Maca’s impact on your energy levels, mood, and stamina has been widely recognized in the field of sports and athletics. The probable reason behind this is Maca’s ability to stabilize blood sugar levels, which determines our energy levels. Maca plays an important role in maintaining adrenal health which further impacts your energy and mood positively.
Maca roots are rich in amino acids that happen to be one of the building components of hormones.
Maca roots contain 20 amino acids out of which 8 are essential amino acids, which help in the production of regulatory hormones in men.
Maca is also touted to have incredible muscle building properties being rich in bioactive proteins that promote natural muscle growth.
Maca roots comprise 18 percent of proteins, which makes it a popular supplement among bodybuilders and athletes. Along with muscle strength, it boosts energy and improves exercise performance and endurance too. Be sure to consult your doctor or a health expert before you decide to take any supplements.
Erectile dysfunction is the inability to attain or maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual function. Fifty-two percent of men between the ages of 40 and 70 are affected by ED.11 The prevalence of ED is expected to increase over the next several years until it affects 322 million men worldwide by the year 2025.12.
There are several possible causes for ED. These include depression, stress, anxiety, fatigue, diabetes, hypothyroidism, prostate disorders, low testosterone, high estrogen, atherosclerosis, cigarette smoking, and excessive alcohol consumption.13In fact, some research suggests that in 20% of ED cases the cause is psychological.14 Several pharmaceutical drugs also can cause ED; blood pressure-lowering drugs are the most problematic,15 but antidepressants,16,17 the ulcer medication cimetidine,18, and the benign prostatic hyperplasia drugs finasteride19,20 and tamsulosin (Flomax®)21 are also common culprits.
Not all botanical manufacturers of ED products are unscrupulous. The market also contains legitimate herbal products that have had their botanical identity and raw materials authenticated, and many have at least one or two well-controlled clinical trials, or a substantial history of traditional use, supporting the ED claim. That these legitimate products should be cast under a negative shadow and that person who could benefit from taking them are warned away is unfortunate because ED is a serious and increasingly common problem, the pharmaceutical solutions are not without side effects, and legitimate herbal products do offer viable options for treatment.
A very promising herb for treating ED is the standardized extract of ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba, Ginkgoaceae) leaf. One of the most valuable and versatile of all herbs, ginkgo is well known for its ability to increase circulation to the extremities, including the head, hands, and feet. So it is not entirely surprising that a condition often caused by lack of blood flow to the penis could also be helped by ginkgo extract.
At least two studies show the promise of ginkgo for reducing symptoms associated with ED. One study included 60 men suffering from ED caused by impaired penile arterial blood flow. For 12 to 18 months, men consumed a low dose of 60 mg per day of a ginkgo extract (EGb 761®, W. Schwabe, Karlsruhe, Germany*; 50:1; 6% terpenes, 24% ginkgo flavonol glycosides). What is especially interesting about the study is that all of the men had failed to respond to injections of papaverine, a conventional pharmaceutical drug composed of the alkaloid derived from the opium poppy (Papaver somniferum, Papaveraceae) that is used to improve blood flow in people with circulatory problems. It works by relaxing blood vessels and is employed for ED. However, its use had not benefited any of the men in this study, suggesting that they were difficult-to-treat cases. But after only six-to-eight weeks on ginkgo, improvement in penile arterial flow was evident. And after six months, 50% of the subjects had resolved their ED. In another 20% of the study participants, a subsequent attempt at papaverine ED treatment was then successful.22
The second study was double-blinded and administered the more common higher dose of 240 mg ginkgo extract (EGb 761).In this nine-month study, 50 men with arterial ED were divided into two groups: those who had experienced some previous success with medication, and those who had not. All of the men who had experienced some response to conventional drugs regained spontaneous erections after six months on ginkgo. All of them had objective improvement in erectile function, including improved rigidity at both the tip and the base of the penis, as well as improvements in arterial flow rate. Perhaps even more impressively, of the 30 men who had experienced no success with medications, 19 of them responded to the ginkgo. All study participants showed improved objective response parameters.23
Ginkgo extracts likely works by improving blood flow to the erectile tissue by enhancing arterial and vascular blood flow. Ginkgo relaxes the corpus cavernosum vascular smooth muscles. The corpora cavernosa are the cylindrical blood sinuses that form the erectile tissue of the penis and expand when filled with blood. Ginkgo’s effect on the corpus cavernosum is thought to be a mechanism of action that contributes to improvement in ED. Ginkgo extract also has vasodilating action.
The herb that is generating perhaps the most scientific support for ED is Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng, Araliaceae), which has been employed for sexual dysfunction in traditional Asian medicine for centuries. The first important study of ginseng and ED was published in 1995. This trial gave either 1,800 mg of Korean red ginseng extract (extract description not given), a pharmaceutical drug (trazodone), or a placebo to a total of 90 men with ED, with 30 men in each group.24
Red ginseng is the same root as white ginseng, but, whereas white ginseng is simply the dried mature root, red ginseng is the fresh root that has been steamed for two-to-three hours before it is dried. The steaming leads to a change in the profile of the major ginsenosides, and thus a change in the root’s (and the extract’s) pharmacology.25
Red ginseng is held to be “warmer” and “more stimulating,” according to the energetics principles of Asian traditional medicine. In the aforementioned trial, the ginseng increased erectile function in significantly more men: 60% in the ginseng group versus only 30% in the placebo and trazodone groups (P<0.05). Ginseng brought about significant improvement in the rigidity and width of the erection, as well as in the ability to maintain an erection and inpatient satisfaction (P<0.05). As a bonus, it also significantly improved libido. Though there were no complete remissions in this study, the partial improvements were significant.
Further, in a double-blind, placebo-controlled study, a total of 45 men with ED were given either 900 mg of powdered Korean red ginseng or a placebo three times a day for eight weeks. Sixty percent of the men on the ginseng had improved erections, according to the global efficacy questionnaire. Erection scores increased by 41.7% in the ginseng group compared to only 6% in the placebo group. The total five-part International Index of Erectile Function (IIEF) scores were significantly higher in the ginseng group than in the placebo group, with an improvement of 36.2% versus 10.4% (P<0.01). Penile rigidity was significantly better in the ginseng group. Penetration and maintenance of erection were significantly higher in the ginseng group than in the placebo group (P<0.01). And, again, ginseng improved sexual desire.26
Another double-blind, placebo-controlled study gave either 1,000 mg of Korean red ginseng
(presumably dried powdered root) or a placebo three times per day to 60 men with mild-to-moderate ED. After 12 weeks, IIEF scores had improved from 16.4+/-2.9 to 21.0+/-6.3 (P<0.0001). In the ginseng group, 66.6% of the men had improved erections; there was no significant effect in the placebo group. The ginseng was significantly better for rigidity, penetration, and maintenance (P<0.01) as well.27
In the first-ever systematic review of clinical research on Korean red ginseng and ED, researchers found seven randomized, controlled clinical studies that included a total of 363 men. In the six studies that compared ginseng to a placebo, the ginseng improved erectile function more than the placebo in each individual trial. Combining the studies into a meta-analysis, the researchers found that this was not due to a placebo effect, as the ginseng had a significant effect (P<0.00001). Ginseng is not only effective but safe; adverse events were scarce and mild.
Interestingly, the meta-analysis found that the red ginseng also produced significant improvement when the ED was from psychological causes (P<0.001).28
Recent studies have postulated that Asian red ginseng may help ED by directly inducing relaxation of the smooth muscles of the corpus cavernosum via nitric oxide pathways.27,29 Ginseng’s mechanism of action against ED is not yet fully understood.