Impotence - the inability to achieve or maintain an erection often refered to as erectile dysfunction or ED - affects hundreds of thousands of males all over the world. Most of them have perfectly normal levels of desire. Most men with lack of libido can achieve erections, but have lost the desire to have sex.
Loss of libido is far more common in women and just as with men, causes are either physical or psychological.
Adonis, Vitamin E, Molybdenum, Gingko Biloba, Siberian Ginseng
Molybdenum supports the metabolism of iron
Molybdenum supports the metabolism of iron. BioCare Nutrisorb molybdenum is chelated to ascorbic acid for easy absorption. These liquid minerals are ideal for individuals with absorption difficulties or have difficulty with swallowing tablets. Suitable for vegetarians, vegans, the elderly, children, pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers & veterinary use.
Vitamin E in its natural form (as d-alpha Tocopherol)
Current research suggests that a daily intake of 400iu is a sensible level. However, it is often difficult, if not impossible, to get this level from a typical diet. For example, 0.45kg (1 lb) of sunflower seeds are needed to obtain 400iu of vitamin E.
This is our most popular strength vitamin E supplement. All Lamberts® vitamin E products are manufactured in the UK in premises that operate to stringent pharmaceutical standards of GMP. Our vitamin E is extracted from a natural vegetable oil and supplied in gelatin free capsules.
Lamberts® uses the natural form of vitamin E called d-alpha tocopherol, as this is the form in which it occurs in foods. Research shows that natural vitamin E has a higher biological activity, and is absorbed and retained more readily by the body than the cheaper synthetic vitamin E (dl-alpha tocopherol).
Vitamin E contributes to the protection of the body’s cells from oxidative stress caused by reactive compounds called ‘free radicals’ and this protective role has put vitamin E at the centre of worldwide research.