Fuerza Venus in Capsules
Fuerza Venus in capsules gather the strength and balance of plants such as Samaúma, Catuaba, Muira Puama, and Brazilian Ginseng, among others, to offer all women who value and care for their intimate health and sexual a safe, extra boost. These supplements in capsules can help alleviate stress and anxiety to amplify a sense of well-being, in addition to being a potent and perfectly natural female aphrodisiac.
What goes into these Fuerza Venus in Capsules?
The Samaúma stands out in the tropical rainforest’s landscape, taller and wider than other plants, offering protection and shade, like a true Queen of the Forest, which is the name given to this outstanding plant by native peoples who’ve made use of its benefits for their natural medicines. The tree itself is considered sacred by countless native people of the Amazon Forest, who revere and respect it as the threshold between the spiritual and mundane worlds.
According to folk medicine, every part of the Samaúma tree carries mystical powers, connecting Heaven and Earth as they work upon the umbilical chakra, offering healing and revitalization. All parts of this exceptional plant are appreciated and frequently used in traditional indigenous medicine.
Its flowers, delightfully scented and beautiful, only blossom during a short period of time during the year. As they’re quite delicate and usually fall to the ground naturally, the timeframe for proper harvesting is incredibly reduced as well, which in its turn makes for a rare and highly esteemedingredient.
Frequently associated with the natural aphrodisiac properties, the Muira Puama, Murapuama, or Potency Wood has been used historically for a wide variety of medicinal traditions, most commonly its root and bark. It is a plant natural to the South American Amazon region that is part of countless indigenous peoples’ customs and medicines, and an important ingredient of a poly-herbal combination called “Catuama”, combining extracts of various plants to form a stimulant.
Medicinal products that carry this plant in their formula are usually applied directly onto the skin as means to treat issues that damage muscles, such as rheumatism, or consumed orally as a general tonic. Muira Puama can help with symptoms of fatigue, PMS and enteric problems in addition to being a powerful therapeutic for dealing with sexual dysfunctions, hair loss, and stiffness in both men and women.
A herbal remedy that has been used in sacred medicine by different peoples and practitioners of natural medicine, Catuaba is actually a poly-herbal combination of quite a few different species, and considered to be a natural aphrodisiac, especially in Brazilian culture, as it may help heighten arousal and improve performance.
This plant is rich in alkaloids, flavonoids, saponins, and tannins, which grants it the title of potent source of anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antidepressant, and neuroprotective action. In addition, it may help regulate high blood pressure and soothe symptoms of tiredness and chronic fatigue, promoting better memory and healthier sleeping cycles.
This unique looking plant native to South America, with its tropical weather, isn’t merely appreciated for its taste, but also for the possible health benefits it can offer.
The seeds of Guaraná have been a part of the history of traditional indigenous medicine, mostly in the form of a paste that originates in the process of grinding these seeds for oral consumption. This tonic is considered to be a stimulant, too, with antipyretic and astringent effects.
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, while being a strong source of caffeite (3 to 5 times more than coffee). It can be used as a diuretic and to treat digestive issues, reduce fatigue, and reduce stress related to excessive heat.
Compounds such as theobromine and theophylline are present in Guaraná, 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.
Liepidium meyenii is native to the Peruvian Andes, and has been cultivated and a part of indigenous practices and traditions of natural medicine for over 2,000 years now. It has also been a prominent ingredient for culinary purposes, especially as a powder added to certain meals or smoothies.
Some refer to this plant “Maca Root,” a nod to the fact that its roots are more frequently used in therapeutic blends, rather than other plant parts. The components of Maca 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.
In addition, it may increase fertility and libido, aid with erectily dysfunction, improve endurance and energy boosting, and promote better moods.
Brazilian Ginseng (Pfaffia)
Native to the Amazon Forest region that’s part of Brazil, this variation of Ginseng is a source of several essential vitamins and minerals that can serve as a therapeutic treatment to conditions realted to bronchitis, sterility, arthritis and chronic fatigue.
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 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.
Historically a part of customs realted to traditional Chinese medicine, Ginkgo has been primarily used in treatments of blood disorders and memory issues. As of more recent years, it 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 Ginkgo biloba can improve blood circulation by decreasing the stickiness of blood and opening up blood vessels.