What are the uses of Eurycoma longifolia herbal root?

1-The identification of true nectarine herbal plants

The nectarine tree, also known as the cypress tree, is a rare medicinal plant that is rumored to be able to cure all diseases. The tree is about 15m tall, usually growing under the foliage of large trees. The plant is hairy in many parts. Leaves are compound, sessile, with 13-42 small, opposite leaves. Upper leaf surface green, lower surface white.


The unique feature of the nectarine tree is that each plant produces only male or female flowers. Red-brown flowers grow in clusters, bloom in March-April. Each flower has 5-6 very small petals. The tree bears fruit in May-June. Young green fruit; When ripe, it turns dark red. The fruit is slightly flattened, with a groove in the middle, 1 – 2 cm long, 0.5 – 1 cm across, containing 1 seed, with many short hairs on the surface of the seed. The medicinal parts of the neem tree include the roots, bark, and fruit.

2- What are the medicinal effects of herbal plants – honey?

One of the most special effects of the herb nectarine is its male enhancement effect.Many studies have shown that nectarine has the effect of enhancing sexual health for men, stimulate the body to increase the secretion of male sex hormones naturally, prevent signs of decline when entering middle age such as decreased libido, quality of sex life, premature ejaculation … often called generally physiological weakness or impotence.

For prevention and treatment to help increase semen volume, increase sperm count and motile sperm concentration, treat erectile dysfunction, increase erection and quality of intercourse, honey is used according to a number of methods. The following ways: The root of the bile must be exploited and the gold star landed, and combined with the seeds of the bile tree can treat male infertility due to sperm thinning (under 20 million/1ml), weak sperm.

  • Soak in wine: 1kg soaked with 10 liters, soaked for 20 days can be used. Daily dose of drinking 20-50ml of honey wine. Should add 7 ounces of raisins for 1kg of honey to reduce bitterness.
  • Mixing water: For people who can’t drink alcohol, they can split it into boiling water at 85oC to drink instead of water. Mix 15g per day, divided into 3 times and gradually increase 3g/day to 30g/day, then maintain at this level. Use 3 times boiling water, then replace the new mandarin root.
  • Powdered: Honey has been powdered mixed with a few drops of clean water (or honey) to make a complete member according to the dosage of 6g/day and gradually increased by 1g/day to 10g/day, then maintain at this level.

3- Other medicinal effects of nectarine


In addition to the effect of enhancing physiology for men, many documents also show that the herb bile has a good effect on women with poor blood, indigestion, flatulence, bloating, used as food. eat. tonic, cure dysentery, diarrhea. The leaves are also used to cook bath water to treat scabies and itchy sores.

About how to use nectarine: For roots or stem bark, it is necessary to dry it and soak it in good yellow star wine, or spread it as a tablet to drink 8-16g a day, divided 3 times after eating. If soaked in wine, the dosage is as follows: 20g of bile root, 10 dried bananas (porcelain bananas) baked yellow, soaked with 1 liter of good wine, soaked for about 7 days, can be used, 3 times a day, each time. 1 small glass (about 30 ml).

4. Notes in the process of using nectarine herbal

Although possessing quite strong medicinal properties, it helps to treat many diseases. However, that does not mean that you abuse it. This herb still causes more or less side effects if not used for the right audience, in the wrong dosage.

Because of its ability to promote testosterone hormone activity, bile is not suitable for people with cardiovascular disease, diabetes, kidney-related diseases, …

Especially people who have just been treated for disease should not use bile, because it can affect the treatment results.

The following are the subjects that should not apply the remedies from bile:

  • People with organ related problems.
  • Women who are pregnant and breastfeeding.
  • Children under 9 years old.
  • People who are allergic to the ingredients in honey.

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