Kora Catuaby (2)
Produkt #8472
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Catuaba bark is sourced from a tropical plant historically tied to sexual health, especially in Brazilian culture.** Used by various Amazonian tribes for generations, the botanical compound has been long valued for:

  • Encouraging a healthy libido**

  • Supporting optimal vitality**

Read more about Catuaba Bark

What Is Catuaba Bark?

Catuaba bark is a plant extract derived from tropical trees. While the botanical nutrient is often drawn from Erythroxylum catuaba ("small catuaba"), also known as Erythroxylum vacciniifolium, the bark of other similar trees, including Trichilia catigua ("big catuaba"), may additionally be presented under the herbal name. Called upon for centuries by the indigenous tribes of South American rainforests, including the Tupi people, the vigorously growing plant, particularly in its flowering Erythroxylum incarnation, has been prized in Brazilian society for purportedly supporting male performance.**

For some men and women, this exotic herb may help ignite the passions and enhance vitality.** Now you can tap into the benefits that have made Catuaba Bark a staple of Brazilian culture without traveling to the tropics!

Catuaba Bark Supplements

Catuaba bark products are most commonly extracted from the Brazilian tree widely known as Erythroxylum catuaba (also known as Erythroxylum vacciniifolium). Trichilia catigua is another variety sometimes labeled as catuaba. Typically available in capsule form, the botanical compound is often combined with other phytonutrients traditionally associated with a healthy libido, including kola nut, maca, muira puama and yohimbe. These complexes may be specifically formulated for men, women or both genders as performance supplements.

Catuaba Bark Directions for Use

Before starting any routine supplementation with this plant compound, talk to your health care professional. A standard suggested amount has not been established. Capsules are typically in the range of 450 to 500 mg.