Penny is a natural non-hormonal stimulant of sexual activity for men with a mild, gentle effect. Possesses high P-vitamin activity. Penny grass contains xanthone glycoside mangiferin, which has high biological activity, flavonoids, ascorbic acid. The rhizomes and roots contain polysaccharides.
100% crushed penny root . Without GMO.
- normalization of the functions of the genitourinary system
- improving the vitality of men
- increased physical capacity
Recommendations for use:
It is recommended to use as a dietary supplement to the diet as a general tonic.
Mode of application:
Pour 1 teaspoon of chopped root with 1 glass of hot water, let it brew for 30 minutes, drink 1-2 times a day 30-40 minutes before meals. The course of admission is 30 days. Can be consumed with honey.
Individual sensitivity to the components of the drug, pregnancy, lactation, children under 14 years old.
Storage conditions and periods:
Store in the manufacturer’s packaging, in a dry, dark room at a temperature not exceeding 25 ° C, for 24 months from the date of manufacture.
This product is not a medical product.
Penny plant (lat. Hed’ysarum) is a genus of plants in the legume family (Fabaceae).
These plants are called kopeck because of the shape of rounded-elliptical flat-squeezed beans, stretched across, consisting of several flat segments in the shape of a coin.
Penny plants are perennial grasses, less often low shrubs or semi-shrubs.
The stems are often highly developed, branching, sometimes completely undeveloped, and the flower arrow emerges from the shortened shoots developing at the neck of the rhizome.
Leaves are unpaired, usually 5-9-paired, less often 1-3-paired, or even consisting of only one unpaired leaf.
Flowers in more or less dense racemes. The calyx is bell-shaped; its teeth are usually longer than the tube. The corolla exceeds the calyx. The flag often exceeds the boat, sometimes shorter than it. The wings are slightly or two to four times shorter than the boat, rarely longer than it. Ovary with four to eight ovules.
Pods are segmented, and sometimes part of the ovules does not develop and the pod consists of one or three segments. Pod segments flat-compressed or slightly convex, smooth, glabrous or more often pubescent, reticulate or with transverse ribs, often set with short or longer bristles.