Fingerroot is an Asian herb that is known by many names. It is sometimes known as Chinese ginger, lesser ginger, lesser galangal, tropical crocus, temukunci, resurrection lily, and others. It has been used in traditional and alternative medicine for a lot of the regular aches and pains. Modern science suggests that there is more to this local herb, which is why it is also the subject of medical studies. In this short guide we explore the potential benefits of fingerroot, its pros and cons, and how you can benefit from its use.
To address problems in sexual health, practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine instruct patients to mix their tea or soup with significant horny goat weed dosage. Icariin, as scientists would soon find out, is abundantly found in the herb and is the one responsible for its effects. So, what makes the icariin found in Horny Goat Weed(Epimedium sagittatum) so important? Does it really improve libido and boost testosterone levels?