Tea Tree Oil
The extract comes from the leaves and twigs of an Australian tree called Melaleuca alternifolia. It was used by native peoples to treat a variety of illnesses. Tea tree oil uses have expanded over the years, and there is now tea tree oil lotion, shampoo, soap, deodorant, and many other topical products. The active ingredient is called terpinin-4-ol, and this is where the powerful antibacterial and antifungal properties lie. Tea tree oil lotion can be applied to wounds to fight infection. It is also useful to treat insect bites and stings. Many people have used tea tree oil for bacterial vaginitis, as it is effective against a variety of vaginal infections such as candida and yeast. There are tea tree oil suppositories for this treatment. Treating acne with tea tree oil has also yielded some promise, and was shown in a study to be as effective as benzoyl peroxide (found in many over the counter medications). Some other uses for tea tree oil include treating toenails infected with fungus, as well as athlete's foot.

Tribulus terrestris is an herb that has been receiving greater acclaim in recent years as a libido enhancer. The active ingredient in tribulus terrestris is called protodioscin, and is extracted specifically from the fruit of the herb. The fruit itself contains several compounds, such as resins, alkaloids, natural oils, tannins, and more. Traditionally, tribulus terrestris was used to treat headaches, nausea, dizziness, and to improve sexual function. Nowadays, especially in the Western world, it is being used primarily as a libido enhancer and bodybuilding supplement. Studies have confirmed that tribulus terrestris does indeed increase male libido, and help with related symptoms, such as premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction. Studies have also revealed that those who use tribulus experience increased energy and vitality. It also helps to enhance muscularity and strength, which is why it has also become a popular nutritional supplement among bodybuilders and other athletes. Tribulus acts as both a libido enhancer and muscle-building supplement due to its ability to boost testosterone, which is the root cause of a man's lean muscle to fat ratio, and the biological source of his sex drive. As men age, their body's testosterone production naturally diminishes. After the age of 30, in fact, testosterone production decreases at the rate of 2% per year. Specifically, a substance called luteninizing hormone, which is responsible for commanding the body to manufacture testosterone, gradually slows down. Tribulus terrestris works by naturally increasing levels of luteninizing hormone, which then leads to a more abundant production of testosterone.

Turmeric benefits have been researched and documented extensively due to their possible role in boosting the body's immune system and fighting heart disease and cancer. Turmeric is a powerful East-Indian herb that is used in curry dishes. Turmeric extract contains the powerful active ingredient curcumin, which is where the therapeutic value lies. Curcumin is a strong anti-inflammatory with many health benefits such as:
1) Lowering LDL cholesterol - Studies have shown that turmeric lowers LDL cholesterol levels. LDLs are responsible for the buildup of plaque in the arteries that could lead to heart disease.
2) Treating High Blood Pressure - Turmeric has been shown to improve blood flow as well as strengthen blood vessels.
3) Guarding Against Cancer - Studies point to turmeric's ability to neutralize free radicals, chemicals that could damage cells. Turmeric can ward off cancer and tumorous growths.
4) Promoting General Health - Turmeric extract contains powerful antioxidants which can help boost the body's immune system and protect against illness and disease.
Some of the other turmeric benefits include protecting the liver, aiding in digestion and helping with irritable bowel syndrome