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    So you drank too much...try silk worm instead of viagra


    Really.

    Lab Anim Res. 2012 Jun;28(2):83-90. Epub 2012 Jun 26.
    Effects of male silkworm pupa powder on the erectile dysfunction by chronic ethanol consumption in rats.

    Oh HG, Lee HY, Kim JH, Kang YR, Moon DI, Seo MY, Back HI, Kim SY, Oh MR, Park SH, Kim MG, Jeon JY, Shin SJ, Ryu KS, Chae SW, Kim O, Park JK.
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    Huvet Co. Ltd, Iksan, Korea.

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    Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a highly prevalent disorder that affects millions of men worldwide. ED is now considered an early manifestation of atherosclerosis, and consequently, a precursor of systemic vascular disease. This study was designed to investigate the effects of male silkworm pupa powder (SWP) on the levels of nitric oxide synthase (NOS) expression, nitrite, and glutathione (GSH); lipid peroxidation; libido; and erectile response of the corpus cavernosum of the rat penis. We induced ED in the study animals by oral administration of 20% ethanol over 8 weeks. The SWP-treated male rats were divided into 3 groups that were orally administered 200, 400, and 800 mg/kg. The libido of the SWP-administered male rats was higher than that of the ethanol control group. In addition, the erectile response of the corpus cavernosum was restored in males on SWP administration, to a level similar to that of the normal group without ED. The testosterone concentration did not increase significantly. The lipid peroxidation in the corpus cavernosum of the male rats administered SWP decreased significantly. In contrast, compared to the ethanol group, SWP-administered male rats showed increased GSH levels in the corpus cavernosum. The level of nitrite and NOS expression in the corpus cavernosum of SWP-administered male rats increased significantly. These results indicated that SWP effectively restored ethanol-induced ED in male rats.



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    NAC taken before a night of drinking is pretty helpful to build up glutathione stores in the liver. I know that's not what your talking about here though.
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    Just out of curiosity, do acute ED symptoms from over-intoxication have a physiologically parallel cause to that of ED induced by chronic ethanol consumption? Now I wonder if this ingredient could affect NOS and nitrite independently of ethanol consumption? Seems like a suitable alternative to icariin without the other "dirty" constituents found in HGW.
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    Interesting question, I am not totally sure. One question about the study comes to mind, how the hell do you measure libido in a mouse? Libido is an affect, or feeling, compared to erectice function, which is a performance.

    What are the dirt constituents of HGW?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZiR RED View Post
    Interesting question, I am not totally sure. One question about the study comes to mind, how the hell do you measure libido in a mouse? Libido is an affect, or feeling, compared to erectice function, which is a performance.What are the dirt constituents of HGW?
    They generally use mount frequency and latency for libido, no?By "dirty," I meant that the plant has a mixed mechanism of action. Some constituents are pro-androgenic and others are pro-estrogenic (which is one reason I won't use a low % icariin extract).
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    Any news on this? Cam it be found in any products?
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    How safe is it? what are the side effects?
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    So you drank too much...try silk worm instead of viagra


    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    They generally use mount frequency and latency for libido, no?By "dirty," I meant that the plant has a mixed mechanism of action. Some constituents are pro-androgenic and others are pro-estrogenic (which is one reason I won't use a low % icariin extract).
    This is interesting. I have a question

    Understanding libido in mice being measured by frequency and latency. My question is do mice reproduce for pleasure or instinct? And how relevant would that be to measure libido in mice as ZiR said it is more of a feeling and often caused by psychological issues.
  

  
 

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