Xanthoparmelia scabrosa is a lichen, which is an organism created from the combination of algae and fungus.


Many sexual health benefits are derived from this pairing, but the most prominent are erectile dysfunction and increased libido.

          Xanthoparmelia scabrosa, also known as Almbornia, Neofuscelia, Namakwa, Chondropsis, Paraparmelia, and Xanthomaculina is found in many different continents including Australia, South America, China, North America, and Hong Kong.

          The main ingredients found in xanthoparmelia scabrosa are epipolythiopiperazinediones and Pyrazolo pyrimidinone. In powder form, xanthoparmelia scabrosa is a brown powder and not bitter.


Additional benefits of xanthoparmelia scabrosa include long-lasting results, improved sexual performance, confidence, stamina, and nitric oxide.

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         With increased nitric oxide and cyclic guanosine monophosphate(cGMP), longer, fuller, and thicker erections may occur, as nitric oxide is a crucial component in erection. With increased levels of nitric oxide, relaxation of the smooth muscles of the penis will occur. These muscles, housed in a large cavern, the corpus cavernosum, split into two smaller caves within the penis and function like a balloon. With more air, i.e. blood, the balloon fills, gets harder, and floats higher. A metaphor, but this is the same process as the penis. The opposite is true. When less blood is able to get into these cavernous spongy tissues within the penis, erection will remain somewhat flaccid, be maintained for a reduced period of time, and have reduced girth. The more blood that can be diverted to the penis, the better the erection.


          An enzyme that blocks, or reduces, erections is phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE-5). This blockage is achieved through the deactivation of cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP) and cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP), both of which are intracellular second messengers that aid in relaxing smooth muscles in the penis and vascular smooth muscle which widens blood vessels, allowing more blood to travel through the body and reach the penis. As blood vessels dilate, the heart will have to work less harder to pump blood through the body and less strain could lead to a stronger heart.

          Promoting additional blood flow, xanthoparmelia scabrosa supports the inhibition of PDE-5. Utilizing 4-Methlypiperazine and Pyrazolo Pyrimidin-7-1, xanthoparmelia scabrosa blocks PDE-5, leading to sustained, strong, erections. Not only can xanthoparmelia scabrosa increase blood flow to male’s smooth tissue, it can do the same for females. The erectile tissue of the penis and clitoris are the same, and both require sufficient blood flow. For females, specifically, there can be contracted muscles in the clitoris, poor lubrication, and low libido. In both genders, reductions in satisfaction and sexual comfort can lead to exasperation. With this reality, stress may increase and arguments may abound.


An aphrodisiac, xanthoparmelia scabrosa enhances libido, which can lead to large increases in sexual drive.

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          Often, as men age, libido can lower and sexual encounters become infrequent. This can be frustrating for both the man and his partner. With xanthoparmelia scabrosa, both sexual thoughts and actions are increased, leading to greater intimacy and lower stress. Sexual encounters are pleasant and lower the stress hormone, cortisol. Cortisol is a glucocorticoid released by the adrenal cortex. Reducing cortisol is a double advantage as higher levels of cortisol can disrupt libido and erections. Studies show there is an inverse relationship between cortisol and testosterone. As one goes up, the other goes down. For men, estrogen is a natural part of the body, but higher testosterone is needed to maintain many of the sexual performance issues essential to men and their partner.


          Low testosterone places many negative results on men’s sexual health. Not only can low-quality erections occur, but the volume of semen may lower, and ejaculation may be delayed. There are many ways to lower stress in your everyday life, including massage therapy, a new hobby, and meditation, in addition to supplements such as xanthoparmelia scabrosa.


For most men, xanthoparmelia scabrosa is an excellent addition to their sexual health.

          Through its variety of ingredients that target many forms of sexual performance issues, it can be the solution to low libido, erection strength, and delayed ejaculation. With all of these concerns being addressed, satisfaction, confidence, and fulfilling sexual encounters are often the result.

          Like other supplements, it is highly recommended to discuss usage of xanthoparmelia scabrosa with a physician. If medication is being taken or medical conditions exist that may react with this product, these should be noted.


Many sexual health benefits including better erections, for both males and females, increased libido, testosterone, and lower stress are contained in one lichen harvested from around the world. With proper dosage and frequency, these benefits can be realized with xanthoparmelia scabrosa.



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