Bangalala and Love Reed

Some may ask what Bangalala and Love Reed is?

I’m here to tell you this stuff ‘rocks,’ and very powerful to be precise. I have to admit it is the first natural herb that worked for me in little to no time, no wonder the South Africans used this along with ‘Bangalala and Love Reed’ for a tremendous amount of circulation in the libido, phallus, Lingham whichever you choose to name yours.

What I’ve noticed was my libido feeling fuller, having more girth, more prolonged sexual activity, and oh how I felt when I ejaculated! Not that I had an issue with any of the above, but it heightened my sexual behavior.

Bangalala and Love Reed has constituents that metabolize to androgen, which deals much with sexual behavior and erection. For women, it tightens, strengthens, and helps with vaginal dryness, which results in the vaginal to be more lubricated (naturally) in addition to sexual desire, because testosterone is the “hormone of desire.”

Bangalala and Love Reed
Bangalala & Love Reed.

Photograph by Back To Your Roots Herbs

I don’t know why they do not publicize Bangalala and Love Reed. I’m pretty sure American’s would prefer a natural herb without the adverse effects wouldn’t you agree?

We all know it is something that we want to consume and experience to increase our sexual activities and become more creative in bed without the worry of being hospitalized.

“It has been used for centuries by African men for sexual energy and potency”

Bangalala and Love Reed

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For a mixture of Bangalala & Love Reed along with other ‘middle eastern’ aphrodisiac herbs, take a look at our Emotional Center Formula and Love Muscle Formula, which are male and female stimulators.

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14 Comments
  1. I can’t believe what I’m reading. Is this real or is it some vague thing like slim tonics? Would it be useful for someone over sixty?

    • Yes, for those over sixty years of age. Yes, everything is ‘Truth’ in this article, if you have any more questions, feel free to ask.

      • Can I have simple instructions on how to use it and how much do I use and can I take it with water only? I need directions, please. I am talking about Bangalala only.

        • The instructions are on the website and product label, beloved.

  2. I’d like to buy your Bangalala and try it out.

    • It’s available in our “sexual energy” category.

  3. If I order the powder, can I put it in a smoothie instead of a cup of water?

    • Absolutely beloved. Thanks for inquiring.

  4. Hi, I have one more question. I know with the powder if you make tea it says to strain it after it cools down, do I need to do the same if I am making a smoothie or do I just add it straight from the pouch?
    Thank

    • Greetings. If you add it to a smoothie, you do not have to strain it, that’s if you do not mind the strains (love reed) texture in your smoothie. You can also make a tea, strain it, then put the tea inside of your smoothie as a water substitute. It’s your preference.

      Peace and Love.

  5. Can it be consumed every day?

    • Greetings. Yes, it can be beloved.

  6. Can super Bangalala be used for building muscle especially to those that hit the gym?

    • Greetings. Technically Bangalala is not used for muscle growth; we would prefer that you look into herbs such as Mulondo, Tribulus, Shilajit, MSM and Tongkat Ali. Please visit our “sports performance” category via the website.

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