Butea Superba

What Are the Side Effects of Butea Superba?

Butea superba is a botanical native to Thailand traditionally used by aging Thai men to enhance sexual libido and performance. Also known as the “rejuvenating herb,” this climbing vine and member of the Papilonaceae family represents several species, only two of which are grown for commercial production. Unfortunately, little scientific evidence exists regarding the effectiveness of this herb as a…

The Benefits of Butea Superba

The Benefits of Butea Superba Butea superba is a plant long used in certain systems of traditional medicine, including traditional Thai medicine. Available in dietary supplement form, the roots of Butea superba contain compounds said to improve sexual function. In scientific studies, Butea superba’s roots have been found to contain a variety of flavonoids (a class of compounds with antioxidant…

The “Rejuvenating Herb” for Men – Butea Superba

What is Butea Superba? Found in the hills of Thailand, a natural compound is definitely creating a worldwide sexual sensation. It is called Butea Superba, and it has a molecular structure that makes it a natural PDE 5 inhibitor making it a perfect natural male enhancer. The research and development behind identifying the many benefits of this wonder compound was…

Effect of Butea Superba. Roxb root extract on male hamster fertility

Chainarong Tocharus, Ph.D.,1 Dawan Shimbhu, Ph.D.,2 Jiraporn Tocharus, Ph.D.3 and Arampa Ruchiratanti-angkoor, M.D.1 1Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University, 2Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medical Science, Naresuan University, 3Department of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University Objective To investigate the long term effects of ethanolic extracts of Butea superba Roxb. root on sperm number and fertility,…

Cytotoxic constituents from Butea superba Roxb.

Nattaya Ngamrojanavanich a,∗, Aimon Loontaisong b, Somchai Pengpreecha a, Wichai Cherdshewasart c, Surachai Pornpakakul a, Khanitha Pudhom a, Sophon Roengsumran a, Amorn Petsom a  Research Centre for Bioorganic Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University, Pyathai Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand b Program of Biotechnology, Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University, Pyathai Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand Department of Biology, Faculty of…

Butea Superba and Its Ability to Influence Testosterone Production in the Body

In the world of testosterone boosting supplements, Butea superba is one that may be commonly found within many supplement products. For men over the age of 25, they will begin to experience a decline in testosterone production, as a natural part of aging. Testosterone is responsible for many male characteristics, including increased muscle mass, a deep voice, body hair, and…

Butea superba (Kwao Krua Dang) Benefits Overview

A species related to Pueraria mirifica, Butea superba is called locally “Kwao Kreu Dang” or Red Kwao Krua. Its name comes from the red sap which comes from the long tuberous root. Red Kwao Krua (Butea superba), is abundantly distributed in the Thai deciduous forest and has been popular among Thai males for the purpose of rejuvenation and increasing sexual vigor.…

A Review on Butea monosperma (Lam.) kuntze: A Great Therapeutic Valuable Leguminous Plant

Divya fageria, Dr. D.V. Rao Biotechnology lab, lab no.5 , Department of Botany , University of Rajasthan, Jaipur Abstract Butea monosperma (Lam.) kuntze [Family: leguminosae] is a medium-sized deciduous tree popularly known as Flame of forest, Dhak or palas in Hindi, Bastard Teak in English, Parasa in Tamil which is widely distributed throughout India, Burma and Ceylon The family fabaceae…

A Plant Review: Butea Monosperma (Lam.) Kuntze

Ashish Mishra*, Saket Verma, , Abhinav Prasoon Mishra Advance Institute of Biotech and Paramedical Sciences, Kanpur, India. Abstract Butea monosperma (Lam.) Kuntze (Syn. Butea frondosa; Family Fabaceae), This is a moderate sized deciduous tree which is widely distributed throughout India, Burma and Ceylon, popularly known as ‘dhak’ or ‘palas’, commonly known as ‘Flame of forest’. The family Fabaceae compromises of…

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