• Cautions of taking yohimbe bark extract supplements
  • Yohimbe bark extract should be used cautiously by anyone with a medical condition, particularly those with unstable hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, or those taking medicines, particularly tranquilizers, antidepressants, sedatives, antihistamines, amphetamines and other stimulants, including caffeine and herbal stimulants such as ginseng.

    Yohimbe Bark

    Some of the side effects of high dose yohimbe bark extract supplements include anxiety, changes in blood pressure, heart rate increase, palpitations, dizziness, headache, visual disturbances, nausea or abdominal cramps, increased body temperature and sweating. We do not recommend it to anyone over the age of 65 unless in very small amounts. Since high doses may cause confusion and disorientation, it should not be taken while operating machinery, driving, or performing hazardous activities.

    As with many herbs or medicines, the right dose works well but too high a dose causes side effects. Allergy to this plant is rare. Many people who want to improve their sex drive are willing to risk some side effects in order to derive more sexual pleasure and performance. Just about every herb or medicine for improving sexuality has some risk to it. Herbs are generally safer than prescription drugs. The first thing you may notice after an hour or two of taking a yohimbe bark extract capsule or tablet is sweating under the arms. On higher doses you will notice a higher body temperature, an even higher doses lead to slightly blurred vision, mild anxiety, and a sense of not feeling well. Very high doses lead to heart palpitations.

    Fortunately, most of these adverse reactions only last a few hours. We don't suggest you take this product the same day with high doses of DHEA hormone or its relative pregnenolone hormone since these over the counter hormones has significant adverse effects in high dosages.

    Do not use these supplements if you have high blood pressure, heart disease (including irregular rhythm), kidney, thyroid or liver disease, a seizure disorder or stroke.

    Do not take yohimbe bark extract supplements with any antidepressant medications or MAO inhibitors, or with foods containing high amounts of tyramine (such as cheese or red wine) or with decongestants, diet aids, products containing phenylpropanolamine, hormones such as DHEA or pregnenolone, or supplements that have a stimulating effects, such as sexual enhancement herbs, Longjack eurycoma, SAM-e natural antidepressant, tyrosine amino acid, etc. Consult with your doctor before use if you have any health problems or are taking any medications. Discontinue use and consult your doctor if you experience high blood pressure, heart palpitations or rapid heart beat, dizziness, headache, rash, tremors, depression or hallucinations.

    Other yohimbe bark extract side effects may include nervousness, anxiety, mood changes, insomnia, nausea, vomiting, urinary retention, dilation of pupils, or skin flushing. Unpleasant reactions are dose dependent.

    Yohimbe bark extract increases body temperature, so we don't think it's a good idea to take it and engage in heavy physical activity, particularly in warm weather. Avoid it if you plan to be exposed to very hot temperatures. Drink cold water if you take any sexual formula that contains it. Yohimbe bark extract is safe in low dosages. Cardiac irregularities and elevated blood pressure are serious dangers with overdose.

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