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Dactylorhiza hatagirea

Dactylorhiza hatagirea is an ayurvedic sexual stimulant. There is very limited evidence on this reported tonic, and preliminary studies into its activities have confirmed a libido enhancing and possible testosterone boosting effect in rats.

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Summary of Dactylorhiza hatagirea

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Dactylorhiza hatagirea is a herb from ayurvedic medicine mostly touted to increase male fertility and virility. It has little to no evidence for it, with the two studies assessing these traditional claims noting that they appear to be correct yet they have failed to outperform other ayurvedic herbs (that have more studies on them).

The composition and safety of this herb is currently unknown.

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There is currently not enough information to recommend a supplemental dose of this herb.

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Also Known As

Early Marsh Orchid, Salam Panja, Hatta Haddi, orchis macula, Wang lak, Lovha, Hathejadi, Panchaule, Airula

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