Nasutra is a supplement that is designed and advertised to improve male sexual performance. The makers state that the product is “guaranteed to work the first time, every time”. While the website states that the product has long been used by the Chinese Royal Family, there is no evidence given to support that statement.
Nasutra is a combination of about 10 herbs used in Chinese medicine. Cassia is used by some Chinese physicians to treat hypertension and to stabilize blood sugar levels. Chinese amomum helps with appetite retention and can aid in reducing the symptoms of diarrhea. Cynomorium is known for its use in treating blood disease. It is also used as a treatment for sexual disfunction; however, this use is questionable as it seems to have originated because of its similarity in appearance to a penis. Bai-zhu is used as a digestive aid and a diuretic. Epimedium, or Horny Goat Weed, is popular in natural male sexual enhancers because of it natural ability to increase the male sex drive. Lyceum fruit is often used to treat optic and blood disorders. Fo-ti is commonly used to lower cholesterol levels and to reduce the symptoms of erectile dysfunction. Schisandra is used to promote a healthy liver and a central nervous system. Rehmannia can aid in blood flow, as well as act as a diuretic to keep the kidneys and the liver healthy. Asian Ginseng can aid in good circulation and improve stamina levels.
The inclusion of Epimedium and Asian Ginseng gives this product a boost because of their significance in improving the male sex drive. The wide variety of herbal supplements combined into this one pill is useful for improving the overall health of the person taking them; however, they really have no large significance on the sexual performance of the consumer. The only concession that can be made here is that a person in good overall health will probably have much more success in sexual encounters, and this pill may help the consumer to achieve good overall health.