Yarsagumba, Caterpillar Fungus, Yarsagumba Himalayan Viagra

So, there has been a rapid increase in the popularity of Himalayan Viagra, but with potentially detrimental side effects. It is a fungus that grows on insects in the mountainous areas of Nepal and Tibet. Incredibly, it has been used for over 1000 years as an aphrodisiac – which explains the name. Due to the ban of the valued product being lifted from the Chinese market, everyone wants to get their hands on it.

 

 

The mission that people go on to get a hold of the fungus is a rough one. They must trek 2,500 meters above sea level which takes two days! However, all is not lost. Due to the value of the Viagra, it is well worth the work. Astonishingly, families go with their young children as their children have better sight to spot the insects and smaller hands to extract the Yarsagumba.

 

As the name suggests, one of the main uses for the caterpillar fungus is to cure erectile dysfunction and female aphrodisiac. There are many reports of users of Yarsagumba having noticeably heightened sex drives and enhanced orgasms; in both men and women. Furthermore, an article was published in the Journal of Traditional and Complementary Medicine explaining that the caterpillar fungus has many more healing abilities such as treating night sweats, asthenia, arrhythmias and other heart, renal, respiratory and liver diseases. However, after the Himalayan Viagra had been properly examined, scientists confirmed that a large amount of arsenic is present.

There are some very astonishing points about this product though. It seems like it must contain EPO, which enhances endurance. In 2000, several Chinese Olympians were banned from the Olympics because EPO was found in their systems. They insisted it was due to “worm fungus” and not anabolic steroids.

Overall, from what I’ve seen and from what you can research yourself, it seems that there are much more benefits to this natural medicinal product than there are detriments. Although, there are many natural medicines that have caused serious long-term health problems for people in the past and I can imagine that that will continue to happy. However, I see that as progress. Trial and error, that’s how I see it. So, all I can say for sure is that the caterpillar fungus will most certainly improve your moves – and duration – in the bedroom, but whether it could cause much bigger problems than erectile dysfunction and lack of libido, is yet unknown.