Pacific Herbs Sperm Boost Herb Pack

Pacific Herbs

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A 30 Day Supply of the highest quality herbs used for centuries in Traditional East Asian Medicine. Pacific Herbs pure, concentrated herbal granules are designed to increase sperm count, improve overall sperm health and boost the immune system. Developed by a fertility doctor with over 30 years of experience.

Sperm Boost Herb Pack contains the right mix of herbs to boost your sperm quality and motility helping to make conception possible.

Unlike other herbal and non-herbal fertility supplements on the market, Pacific Herbs Sperm Boost Herb Pack does not contain fillers, binders nor any unnatural chemicals with hard-to-pronounce names. Sperm Boost pack contains only pure, potent herbs grown in nature that have been extensively tested for purity and potency. 

The large resealable pack contains 3.5 ounces (100 grams), enough for 25-50 servings To use: Mix ½-1½ teaspoons of herb granules twice daily in hot water and let steep for 5 minutes. Granules may also be taken alone and swallowed with water or juice.

Sperm Boost Herb Pack Ingredients

Achyranthes (Niu Xi) Achyranthes has a long history of use for maintaining healthy blood flow. Its most common uses are for invigorating the blood, unblocking the menses and moving the blood in the channels especially in the low back. This herb is wonderful for pain related to trauma because it works quickly by increasing blood flow. Recent research shows Achyranthes has an abundance of polysaccharides which enhance red blood cells and effect platelet aggregation. It is best for relieving pain, reducing inflammation and lowering blood pressure. (published in the Journal of Chinese Medicine, 8 (3): 165-167, 1997).

Alisma (Ze Xie) Alisma contains a pungent, volatile oil, which is the source of its medicinal attributes. Alisma is often used to alleviate water retention. Its urination-promoting actions are used to reduce edema and urinary difficulties. Additionally, alisma is used to help treat dizziness with heat and ringing in the ears. Studies have shown that alisma lowers blood pressure. Alisma is known to lower lipids in blood, lower blood cholesterol levels, exhibit antibacterial properties, and lower blood sugar. 

Cistanche (Rou Cong Rong)

Cortex Moutan (Mu Dan Pi) This herb is the bark of the root Paeonia suffruticosa. Chinese Medicine says this herb invigorates the blood and moves the blood. When combined with other herbs in this formula it is famous for nourishing and cooling your blood or yin energy.

Cuscuta (Tu Si Zi) This tiny seed gently warms the Kidney Yang, tonifies the Kidney Yin and nourishes the Liver. Its high flavonoid content improves all functions related to conception and potency.

Discoreae Root (Shan Yao) Food should be our first medicine and Discorea is wild yam, a traditional food source. Discorea is used as a supportive herb in our menopause supplement to balance both the yin and yang with its neutral energy. Yam is known as one of the easiest foods to digest and this herb helps both the digestive system and our yin by naturally replenishing bodily fluids we often lose in the aging process. It is a rich sources of trace minerals like copper, calcium, potassium, iron, manganese and phosphorus. Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids which helps controlling heart rate and blood pressure by countering hypertensive effects of sodium

Fu Pen Zi

Jiu Cai Zi

Lycium – Goji Berries (Gou Qi Zi) Whether you call it Goji Berry, Gou Qi Zi, Chinese Wolfberry or Lycium it is all a power packed little red berry that has recently been discovered in the West, but has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for millennia. Traditionally grown on bushy vines in mountainous areas, Lycium fruit provides energy, is commonly used to strengthen the immune system and is used in our menopause supplement for its ability to improve sexual fluids and enhance fertility functions. (It also tastes great!) Lycium Fruit has a high concentration of beta-carotene, vitamins B1 and B2, as well as vitamin C. It also contains eighteen kinds of amino acids and important trace minerals. Heat processing can destroy all these vitamins so be sure your Lycium berry is processed in only pharmaceutical grade facilities, like ours to preserve all its natural constituents.

Poria (Fu Ling) Poria is most commonly used to strengthen the spleen and calms the mind in TCM. Beyond poria’s principal action, this herb is also used to calm the heart spirit.

Sha Yuan Zi

Shan Zhu Yu

Shou Di Huang