What is Fadogia Agrestis?
by Benjamin Bunting BA(Hons) PGCert
Written by Ben Bunting: BA, PGCert. (Sport & Exercise Nutrition) // British Army Physical Training Instructor // S&C Coach.
What is Fadogia agrestis? There are many uses for this plant, and it is known for its anti-inflammatory and cancer-treating properties. It is also used in traditional Chinese medicine for treating hypertension and anxiety. Its chemical constituents, luteolin and lupeol, are also powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compounds. Let's take a closer look at what these compounds can do for you.
The extract of this plant has therapeutic properties for sexual activity. It contains chemicals that fight parasites and can help treat various kinds of parasitic infections. In addition to treating these ailments, fadogia has also been studied as an aphrodisiac in male rats. It has been associated with higher levels of testosterone in the blood. It is widely available in developing countries and has a number of other health benefits.
Fadogia Agrestis and Erectile Dysfunction
The stem of Fadogia agrestis (Rubiaceae) was studied to determine its potency as a testicular stimulant. It was found to alter the functions of the testes in male rats. Although the herb has been used for centuries in rural settings, it is gaining popularity in more developed countries. It is commonly used in Africa and the mid-east to treat erectile dysfunction.
The herb Fadogia agrestis comes from Africa, and is native to the countries of Nigeria and other parts of Africa. In those regions, the stems of this plant are often used for erectile dysfunction.
Does Fadogia Agrestis Boost Testosterone?
Recently, it has been used by bodybuilders as a testosterone booster and a muscle-building supplement. While research is needed to prove whether or not this herb improves athletic performance, it is gaining popularity in the bodybuilding world.
Despite the widespread use of Fadogia agrestis for sexual dysfunction, its effects on testosterone are not proven. There are no human studies confirming that the plant helps increase testosterone. But it is still important to consult with a physician if you are considering using this plant for this purpose. In addition to erectile dysfunction, it also may increase sexual behaviors and help men develop lean muscle mass.
How Much Fadogia Agrestis to take?
While the herb is safe at low doses, it is not recommended for high-risk patients. Fadogia agrestis is not as well-studied as tongkat ali. Despite the lack of clinical trials, most manufacturers recommend doses between 200 and 400 mg per day. An extract such as fenugreek is more widely used as a testosterone booster and is better researched than Fadogia agrestis. It can improve erectile function, reduce body fat, and boost testosterone levels.
Fadogia Agrestis is a plant from Africa that has been used for many years to treat ailments and improve sexual function. Due to the potential effect it may have on hormonal status, it has been picke dup by bodybuilders and other athletes to improve performance. However, there are no human studies that can confirm these claims.