Fuerza Natura in Capsules
The blend of extracts that goes into the Fuerza Natura capsules combines the power of medicinal plants used across cultures around the globe into a single supplement that may help you achieve a healthier lifestyle through natural means.
Rich in thermogenic properties, stimulants and antioxidant components that can relieve stress, these capsules are made with Catuaba, Guarana, Pfaffia, Peruvian Maca and Ginkgo, and can be a great aid in regulation cholesterol and arterial blood pressure, improving memory and focus, and boosting the strength of the immune and cardiac systems.
Learn about what goes into these Fuerza Natura in Capsules
A part of the range of herbs and plants used in traditional Chinese medicine, Ginkgo has been primarily used, throughout the history of natural medicine, in treatments of blood disorders and memory issues. Also refered to as “maidenhair”, Ginkgo biloba has gained immense popularity as a supplement across Europe and the United States, yet it has been present for centuries, being one of the oldest living tree species.
A single specimen may grow to be as long as 1,000 years old, and the plant parts of Gingko are rich in flavonoids and terpenoids, components that carry antioxidant action that can help protect the human body’s cells from the damage caused by free radicals. Studies carried out in laboratories have also shown that this plant can improve blood circulation by decreasing the stickiness of blood and opening up blood vessels.
Brazilian Ginseng (Pfaffia)
This Brazilian plant has found its way to supplement shelves from the U.S. all the way to Europe, offering essential vitamins and minerals that can serve as a therapeutic treatment to conditions realted to bronchitis, sterility, arthritis and chronic fatigue. The root of the Pfaffia tree has had a very long history with the indigenous communities from the Amazonian Forest, being a part of their traditional medicinal culture and revered as a cure-all tonic.
Nowadays, it is regarded as an adaptogen as well as being a tonic that may be taken after general illnesses as means to help the body restore its natural functions and regain strength. Supplements and tonics made from Brazilian Ginseng are mostly taken as means to stimulate blood circulation and appetite, balance blood sugar levels, bosost the immune system and strengthen muscles and memory.
The bark of a few native species of plants natural to the Amazon Forest are blended to make what is known as Catuaba. This herbal remedy has been used in sacred medicine by different peoples and practitioners of natural medicine.
It is considered to be a natural aphrodisiac, especially in Brazilian culture, as it may help heighten arousal and improve performance. Still, its possible benefits may also include regulation of high blood pressure, soothing of symptoms related to fatigue (both mental and physical), upkeep of healthy sleeping cycles, and promotion of better memory.
Catuaba, like many other plants (or plant-based medicines), carries natural compounds such as alkaloids, flavonoids, tannins, and saponins, and is therefore regarded as a source of antidepressant, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and neuroprotective properties.
A shrub native to South America (primarily Brazil and Venezuela), whose seeds are traditionally used in the making of certain natural medicines used by the indigenous peoples of the region that comprises the Amazon Forest, even as part of ceremonial rituals
Nowadays, Guaraná is also a common ingredient in several sorts of beverages, such as soft and energy drinks, and even certain snacks like chewing gum. Still, this unique looking plant isn’t merely appreciated for its taste, but also for the possible health benefits it can offer.
Guaraná seeds are ground and turned into a paste for oral consumption, used as a diuretic and to treat digestive issues, reduce fatigue, and reduce stress related to excessive heat. They are considered to be a stimulant tonic, with astringent and antipyretic effects, in addition to being a potent source of caffeine (three to five more than coffee).
Compounds such as theobromine and theophylline, which can help regulate and lower blood pressure and decrease the risk of cardiovascular diseases, and aid in the treatment of pulmonary diseases as a bronchodilator, respectivelly.
Mostly referred to as “Maca Root” in the world of natural medicine, since it is this precise plant part that gets used in the making of most therapeutic blends that carry Liepidium meyenii’s properties, this sort of specimen from the Peruvian Andes region has been cultivated and used in native medicine for over two centuries now. It has also been a prominent ingredient for culinary purposes, especially as a powder added to certain meals or smoothies.
Amongst the traditional health benefits associated with Peruvian Maca, one can list increased fertility and libido, decrease in erectily dysfunction, endurance and energy boosting, and promotion of better moods. In addition, it can help regulate blood pressure, reduce damage caused by the sun to the skin, and due to natural antioxidants present in the composition of this plant, it can help fight off free radicals and prevent the damage caused by them to the DNA and other cells.