What is Xanthoparmelia Scabrosa ?
Xanthoparmelia scabrosa is an herb, or more specifically a lichen,
that is commonly used in male enhancement preparations. This lichen
has shown significant and exciting potential in many areas of human
health, perhaps most prominently: cancer treatment, based on a
study which showed this lichen's capacity for destroying cancer
cells, while leaving the healthy cells intact. However,
frustratingly enough, formal science has not taken enough interest
in this herb, or at least there have not been a sufficient amount
of publicized studies to even determine what a safe or recommended
daily dosage is. This is a significant issue to consider as this
lichen has shown to exhibit a low amount of a toxin, which may in
fact be dangerous.
How Xanthoparmelia scabrosa works?
Xanthoparmelia scabrosa Extract containing these PDE-5 inhibitors
and with 35% Piperazine standardized, is used for sexual
dysfunction in men and women, and is used as natural substitutor of
pyrimidinone, which is the core component of leading prescription
medications for impotence. Normally it is suggested Xanthoparmelia
formulated with cnidium fruit or Quebracho Extract, which is proved
to be a very good aphrodisiac.
Let us see the Cialis works:
Cialis works chemically in the same way as Viagra, but erection is
achieved more quickly using a smaller dose. It also lasts much
longer. Levitra acts in the same way as Viagra, by blocking an
enzyme called phosphodiesterase-5, or PDE-5. This helps the smooth
muscles in the penis to relax, which effectively increases blood
Dosages and Suggestion
The typical dose is 1000-1500mg one to two hours prior to sexual
Results and usage amounts may vary substantially based on body
type,weight and sensitivity.