Honeymoon Tea

Overall Review:
3 out of 5.

Honeymoon Tea intends to be a type of “Love Potion” for men seeking to enhance their sexual lives. It contains ingredients that have been linked to helping with erection quality and sexual drive.

The first that leaps out is Herba Epimedu, commonly called Horny Goat Weed. This extract is easily one of the most commonly-used herbs in the sexual-supplement world. This is due to the belief that it can relax the smooth muscle of the penis and dilate its blood vessels. In perfect conditions, this means that blood should flow more easily into the penile caverns, producing rock-hard erections. The key is to get the right amount of a potent strain of the herb inside the supplement, something that – unfortunately – cannot be taken for granted in this market. Horny Goat Weed is also thought to be an aphrodisiac, used in many cultures to stimulate the sex drive of both men and women.

Ginseng is also known to be a stimulant and provider of healthy blood flow. This can be very important in the process of achieving and maintaining an erection.

These and the other herbs in Honeymoon Tea are thought to act as all-around sexual tonics as well as provide energy to a fatigued mind and body. The act of sexual intercourse is physical as well as mental, and many supplements are beginning to understand this and are taking appropriate action by including herbs that are thought to improve mental clarity.

Benefits:
- may increase libido
- may act as an all-around tonic

Negatives:
- may require some dedication
- some ingredients unfamiliar to Western World

Ingredients:
- Herba Epimedu
- Radix Ginseng
- Herba Cyanomoru Stem
- Woodwardia Japonica Rhizomes
- Fructus Polygalea Fruit
- Yang Gong Cao Aerial
- Radi Polygalea Root
- Semen Astragali Complanati Seed
- Pilose Antler

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Clinical Studies:
None

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