What herbal supplements are best for males? Our lovely mother earth produces many herbal supplements that provide a wealth of nutritional and health benefits for males. Learning about just a few of these treasures of nature might find you replacing some of the wonder pills and powders in your possession. To give your body what it isn't receiving from your diet, try these natural remedies.
- Maca Root – If you choose to take only one herbal supplement, you want to make it this Peruvian gem. This herb is most noted for enhancing male libido, but it's also known to aid in pancreatic health; regulate your mood; boost your energy; and support your thyroid and adrenal glands just to name a few. It can be found in pill form in most health stores. It can also be found in powder form but the taste leaves much to be desired. If you opt for the powder, be sure to mix it into a fruity shake.
- Spirulina – This blue-green algae is a super high source of protein; great for weight lifters. Also noted to support the immune system, it's very rich in nutrients, vitamins, antioxidants, and is considered a whole food. This supplement also comes in pill or powder form. The powder would be great in a green shake. Be sure you acquire spirulina from a trusted brand to be sure it is safe from contamination.
- Bee Pollen – Honey isn't the only nutritious product that comes from bees. Bee pollen in itself is loaded with vitamins A, C, D, E and B-Complex, as well as antioxidants. It's also noted to aide in digestion, boost immune system, help eradicate toxins, and provide energy and mental focus. Those are just a few claims from the benefits of this herb. Bee pollen is sold in capsules and granule form.
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