The following is excerpted from The Professional's Herbal Formula Handbook No. 7, comprising 52 pages of traditional information and recent scientific data that describes the medical properties, physiological action and therapeutic uses for each of the 24 ingredients outlined in this formula.


Adaptogenic, alterative, anabolic, anti-cachexic, anti-depressant, anti-dyscratic, aphrodisiac, eutrophic, relaxant, rejuvenative, restorative, mild sedative, stimulant (circulatory and secretolytic), thymoleptic, tonic and vasodilator.



Alleviates any general fluids dyscrasia (abnormal or pathological condition) within the blood vessels or tissue-systems throughout the reproductive organs that leads to the onset of various degenerative or debilitative conditions associated with a lack of sexual arousal or desire, and eliminates any form of cachexia (general debility) and chronic fatigue or exhaustion throughout the sexual organs in order to improve one's overall sexual potency and power; reduces any excessive seminal emissions or premature ejaculation associated with spermatorrhea (involuntary discharge of semen), and eases any anxiety neurosis or nervous depression associated with sexual dysfunction or inadequacy; acts as a mood-elevating agent in order to relieve various forms of anxiety, depression or related depressive states, and demonstrates thymoleptic (mood-elevating) properties in order to enhance the overall mood parameters within the personality structure; displays significant effectiveness in the removal of any functional impotence associated with arterial erectile dysfunction, and directly contributes to the anabolic, eutrophic and metabolic health and vitality of all the cellular processes and tissue-systems; exhibits aphrodisiac properties in order to generate greater sexual arousal and desire, as well as increased sexual potency and power; demonstrates vasodilator activity in order to dilate the blood vessels of the skin and mucous membranes, thereby transporting the blood closer to the surface of the sexual organs; displays direct effects upon endothelial cells, which enhance blood flow to both the penile arteries and veins without any alteration in systemic blood pressure; re-establishes effective tissue perfusion, and increases the perfusion rate to various areas of the vascular system (e.g., arterial, arteriolar, microcirculatory, venular and venous components); enhances greater cellular energy production by beneficially affecting the various intracellular components, and displays vasodilator activity by directly stimulating the release of endogenous or endothelium-derived relaxing factor (EDRF) in the arterial endothelium (such as prostacyclin); stimulates the synthesis of prostacyclin, which is the natural anti-aggretory prostaglandin that is synthesized by the vascular endothelium (the cells that line the inside of the blood vessel); stimulates the release of certain chemical neurotransmitters known as catecholamines (epinephrine and norepinephrine), thereby enhancing the functional capabilities of the entire network of catecholaminergic glandular, nervous and cardiovascular systems; displays stimulating activity upon the central adrenergic system, and re-activates the noradrenergic system of the cerebral cortex; increases the number of cholinergic receptor sites in the brain in order to revitalize any decreasingly ineffective cerebral tissue, and improves the synthesis and turnover rate of the various cerebral neurotransmitters; stimulates greater neurotransmitter release into the synapses, and increases the rate in which information is transmitted at the nerve cell level; inhibits any enzymatic breakdown of the neurotransmitters, and improves the neurotransmitter signals while preserving the functional capabilities of neurotransmitters; exhibits powerful adaptogenic (balancing and strengthening) activity in order to increase the overall resistance of an organism towards any adverse influences or stressful conditions (whether they be physical, chemical or biological in nature), especially upon the endocrine glandular system, blood vessels, musculature, immune system, and both the central (cerebro-spinal centers) and peripheral nervous systems; displays adaptogenic and anabolic activity in order to provide greater strength and vitality throughout the blood vessels, tissue-systems and musculature; and demonstrates regulatory activity in order to normalize any overactive or underactive glandular functions; exhibits circulatory stimulant activity in order to permeate the entire organism (both internally and externally) with greater warmth and movement, thereby supporting the innate warmth that resides in the blood and muscle tissues; acts as a secretolytic stimulant in order to promote increased gastric, pancreatic or intestinal secretory and motor activity, and enhances greater peripheral circulation (due to its antioxidant activity); exhibits significant antioxidant effects in order to provide greater oxygen-transport capabilities throughout the bloodstream, as well as enhance the transport of additional oxygen directly into the cells and tissue-systems throughout the blood vessels and musculature; acts as a circulatory stimulant by increasing the blood flows through the arteries and blood vessels of the muscles in order to enhance greater nutrient transport, absorption and utilization, thereby accelerating the healing processes associated with the repair of any damaged blood vessels or tissue-systems throughout the reproductive system; demonstrates significant rejuvenative and restorative properties upon the basic plasma tissue-systems throughout the entire organism, thereby enhancing the production of vital bodily fluids while providing greater enrichment through increased assimilation of the various organic mineral salts; accelerates the recuperative processes that are essential in order to overcome any chronic degenerative or debilitative illnesses, while facilitating greater recovery response in order to fully regain optimal health and well-being; displays alterative activity in order to correct any disordered bodily function, thereby activating increased alterations in both metabolic and tissue functions as a defensive measure against the onset of acute or chronic disease; exhibits restorative effects in order to regain increased vigor or vitality and greater strength, while enhancing normal tissue and metabolic functional capabilities; demonstrates alterative and restorative properties in order to re-establish healthy systemic functional capabilities, as well as to establish greater vascular tone throughout the entire organism (due to its ability to stimulate increased secretory flows); exhibits alterative effects in order to stimulate the anabolic growth processes, thereby enhancing the repair of any degenerated, deteriorated and debilitated cells or tissues (while promoting the elimination of any catabolic waste materials); displays tonifying effects in order to permanently enhance the overall energy-levels throughout the entire organism, without adversely affecting the functional capabilities of any particular organ or system.