Ingredients & Description
Muira puama (Liriosma ovata), also known as potency wood or warrior wood, is a small, flowering tree native to the Brazilian Amazon. Traditionally, its stems, roots and bark were used as an aphrodisiac and tonic for sexual health.
Solaray Muira Puama benefits:
Used since the 1930s in Europe for male sexual health
Directions: Use only as directed. Take two capsules up to three times daily with a meal or glass of water.
Serving Size: 2 capsules
Muira Puama Root (Ptychopetalum olacoides)
**Daily Value Not Established. *Percent of daily value based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Other ingredients: Gelatin (capsule) and cellulose.
Distributed or manufactured from Solaray Vitamins. See more Solaray Vitamins
*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the
Uses & Indications.
Ailments & Concerns.
- Improving Libido
- Enhancing Sexual Desire And Performance
- Supporting Healthy Reproductive System
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Loss Of Libido
Questions and answers:
Asked on: February 27, 2013
Question: Is this product standardized extract?
A: The information provided my the manufacturer is as follows:
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