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Rx Gold Sexual Enhancement

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RxGold is a proprietary blend of 100% naturally occurring ingredients used from ancient times for good sexual health in both men and women. Enjoy increased blood flow, increased energy, increased stamina, and increased endurance. RxGold works in as little

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RxGold is a proprietary blend of 100% naturally occurring ingredients used from ancient times for good sexual health in both men and women. Enjoy increased blood flow, increased energy, increased stamina, and increased endurance.

RxGold works in as little as 45 minutes. 

New Label – Same Effective Formula. Sold Since 2010.

RxGold™ Energy Sustainer for Men and Women

RxGold™ is a powerful, proven, safe, and effective dietary herbal supplement for men and women. It contains no stimulant and is made from 100% naturally occurring ingredients.

RxGold™ is completely different from anything currently on the market because it does not achieve its results through the use of chemicals or caffeine. Instead, RxGold™ is formulated using age-old wisdom for good sexual health with well known and proven natural ingredients used for centuries.

RxGold™ can be safely used by people with High Blood Pressure, Diabetes, High Cholesterol, or Heart Problems. If you are taking high blood pressure medication, do not take RxGold™ and your medication at the same time.

Please read package directions carefully and do not exceed recommended dosage. As with all dietary herbal supplements, it is strongly recommended that you consult with your doctor especially if you are currently taking any medications.

Potential Benefits - Increased Blood Flow - Increased Energy - Increased Stamina - Increased Endurance.

Ingredients (New Label - Same Formula)

Bombyx Mori, L. - Our Bombyx Mori is a particular strain of male silkworm moth, harvested at a particular time in it's life cycle when it is full of rich nutrients. With high concentrations of minerals, and Amino Acids, this supplement is a powerhouse of nutrition. Bombyx Mori has been used for centuries in China as an aphrodisiac.

Wild Yam / Dioscorea Villosa - Wild yam has a traditional use as an aphrodisiac and chemical analysis shows that it can increase sensitivity.

Siberia Ginseng - Taken regularly, it enhances immune function, decreases cortisol levels and inflammatory response, and it promotes improved cognitive and physical performance. In human studies, It has been successfully used to treat angina, hypercholesterolemia, and neurasthenia with headache, insomnia, and poor appetite. The herb is an adaptogen, is anti-cholesteremic, is mildly anti-inflammatory, is antioxidant, and is a nerve and an immune tonic.

White Willow Bark - is a tree native to Europe and Asia. The name "white willow" comes from the color of the leaves which are covered with fine white hairs. The active ingredient in white willow bark is a compound called salicin which is a precursor to salicylic acid (an analgesic like aspirin). Unlike acetylsalicylic acid(aspirin), ASA, willow bark is used because it is less harsh on the stomach. Researchers have also suggested that white willow bark is more effective than aspirin because of other active compounds that are found in the bark but not the drug. Animal research at Cairo University compared a willow bark extract to ASA and found that a willow bark extract was as effective as aspirin in reducing inflammation, even though the salicin content was lower than an equivalent dose of ASA.

Hippocrates wrote in the 5th century BC about a bitter powder extracted from willow bark that could ease aches and pains and reduce fevers. This remedy is also mentioned in texts from ancient Egypt, Sumer, and Assyria. The Reverend Edmund Stone, a vicar from Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire, England, noted in 1763 that willow bark was effective in reducing a fever.

Red Date - The date's sweet smell is said to make teenagers fall in love. In the traditional Chinese wedding ceremony, date and walnut were often placed in the newlyweds' bedroom as a sign of fertility.

Cayenne - Cayenne pepper consumption dilates the blood vessels and speeds the metabolism due to the high amounts of capsaicin. With the consumption of cayenne peppers, the amount of heat the human body puts off is influenced. In animal studies, capsaicin has the ability to boost metabolism, which in turn causes weight loss. This increases circulation and blood flow to all major organs, facilitating oxygen and nutrient delivery.

Cayenne pepper is also claimed to be an aphrodisiac. It has also been shown to aid in the oxidation of adipose tissue, regulate high blood pressure, promote healthy liver function and tissue production, help regulate the digestive system, and promote healthy mucus production in the membranes that line internal organs.

Stinging Nettles - Nettle root extracts have been extensively studied in human clinical trials as a treatment for symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). These extracts have been shown to help relieve symptoms compared to placebo both by themselves and when combined with other herbal medicines.

Because it contains 3,4-divanillyltetrahydrofuran, certain extracts of the nettle are used by bodybuilders in an effort to increase free testosterone by occupying sex-hormone binding globulin.

Fresh nettle is used in folk remedies to stop bleeding because of its high Vitamin K content. Meanwhile, in dry U. dioica, the Vitamin K is practically non-existent and so is used as a blood thinner.

An extract from the nettle root (Urtica dioica) is used to alleviate symptoms of benign prostate enlargement. Nettle leaf extract, on the other hand, is what has been shown to reduce the pro-inflammatory cytokines TNF-a and IL-B1.

Saffron Crocus - Saffron is the most expensive spice in the world. This valuable spice is known to promote blood circulation, alleviate fever, and remove toxins. It is considered a valuable heart tonic. Also acts powerfully on the nervous system to calm, repair and restore.

Snow Lotus - This high altitude plant is becoming more rare by the day due to its high demand and limited supply. Grown mostly in the mountains of Tibet, this flower is revered for its effects on the cleansing and enrichment of blood and strengthening of the kidneys, thereby relieving impotence. If used in sufficient quantities, Snow Lotus has been noted for controlling blood pressure. Snow Lotus also has some important antioxidant functions.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

The Science 

1. Cunningham, G. R., Stephens-Shields, A. J., Rosen, R. C., Wang, C., Bhasin, S., Matsumoto, A. M., Snyder, P. J. “Testosterone Treatment and Sexual Function in Older Men With Low Testosterone Levels.” PubMed. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. 01 August 2016. 2. Pendick, Daniel. “A Logical Approach to Treating Erection Issues.” Harvard Health Publications. Harvard Men’s Health Watch. 27 November 2012. 3. Zenico, T. Cicero, AF. Valmorri, L. Mercuriali, M. Bercovich, E. “Subjective Effects of Lepidium Meyenii (Maca) Extract on Well-Being and Sexual Performances in Patients with Mild Erection Issues: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Clinical Trial.” PubMed. Andrologia. April 2009. 4. Schottner, M., Gansser, D., Spiteller, G., “Lignans From the Roots of Urtica Dioica and Their Metabolites Bind to Human Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG).” PubMed. Planta Medica. December 1997. 5. Singh, S., Nair, V., Gupta, Y. K., “Evaluation of the Aphrodisiac Activity of Tribulus Terrestris Linn. In Sexually Sluggish Male Albino Rats.” PubMed. Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics. March 2012. 6. Do, J., Choi, S., Choi, J., Hyun, J. S., “Effects and Mechanism of Action of a Tribulus Terrestris Extract on Penile Erection.” PubMed. Department of Urology, Gyeongsang National University Hospital. March 2013. 7. Prasad, A. S., Mantzoros, C. S., Beck, F. W. Hess, J. W., Brewer G. J., “Zinc Status and Serum Testosterone Levels of Healthy Adults.” PubMed. Nutrition. May 1996. 8. Kothari, R. P., Chaudhari, A. R., “Zinc Levels in Seminal Fluid in Infertile Males and It’s Relation with Serum Free Testosterone.” PubMed. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. May 2016. 9. Malviya, N., Jain, S., Gupta, V. B., Vyas, S., “Recent Studies on Aphrodisiac Herbs for the Management of Male Sexual Function—a Review.” PubMed. Acta Pol Pharm. February 2011.


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