Bangalala and Typha Capensis
Bangalala and Typha capensis have a reputation for being one of the most potent sexual tonics in the category of aphrodisiacs. It’s known to enhance male potency. Utilized by African males and females in “South Africa.” Known as the “African viagra.” Bangalala will increase circulation whereby opening the veins allowing the blood to flow efficiently.
It will be a matter of time the American scientists find out what the traditional healers have been using for centuries. “Bangalala works well as an anti-depressant!” Learn more about Bangalala and see what others are saying by reading our Bangalala and Love Reed Article in our literature section.
We highly encourage you to consume Bangalala and Typha capensis for an extended period to reap its full benefits and or potential. In some individuals, its effects are quite fast, yet others may experience the benefits over time.
We encourage all to try the Eriosema kraussianum in all forms to see which type works best for their body chemistry. Words from the owner: “I feel Bangalala more using it in tea (powder) form.” For your convenience also read the reviews and consumer experiences with our Bangalala powder.
Typha Capensis (Love Reed)
Typha capensis, more commonly known as bulrush or love reed, is a perennial, leafy herb found in slow-flowing or standing water such as dams, lakes, stream banks and marshes throughout South Africa as well as much of southern and eastern Africa.
Its name comes from the habitat in which it grows; genus Typha derived from the Greek word typhos which means marsh and the specific name capensis is given to the plant as it occurs throughout the Cape in South Africa in abundance.
All parts of the plant can be used in creating decoction including the leaves, seeds, and pollen; although the roots (rhizomes) are most commonly used. It is predominantly used to treat male sexual performance issues, although the herb does have a number of other applications.
In addition to its many health benefits, Typha capensis is also used in:
- Food preparation, the roots are pounded to a meal as a source of starch and the pollen is a high-protein food
- Craftwork, leaves are made into hand brooms, as well as in weaving and thatching
- Homemaking, leaves were used to insulate roofs of early houses in the Cape
- Torch making, female inflorescences can be dipped in kerosene
- Water purification
- Green manure
The Health Benefits and Uses of Typha Capensis
Professor Ralf Winkel‚ head of the Department of Medical BioScience at UWC who has led a team of researchers investigating the herb shared that, “It has been used by traditional healers for generations to improve circulation‚ assist childbirth and to treat many ailments such as venereal diseases‚ dysentery‚ diarrhoea‚ and to enhance the male potency‚ libido and fertility problems‚”. The team established that the freshwater plant does contain many of the effects and properties that are used by traditional healers to help treat medical problems.
To Treat Male Fertility Issues
Typha capensis has been used for thousands of years by traditional healers in South Africa. It’s one of more than 3,000 plants that are used to treat diseases and is most commonly used by healers to treat fertility problems in males. For this reason, it has become known at the “Love Reed” it can be likened to a natural Viagra as it is associated with increasing male libido and performance as it is thought to improve circulation.
Typha capensis helps with more than improving circulation; it also has a biochemical effect as the phytosteriods in the herb can be metabolized by the body, thereby creating androgens. Androgens are a group of hormones that play an important role in reproductive activity, most notably testosterone and androstenedione which are beneficial for male sex drive and performance. According to the research team, the results of tests revelated that the herb is effective in significantly boosting testosterone secretion.
In Pregnancy and Delivery
It is also used in a decoction of the rhizomes to help ensure an easy delivery during pregnancy; the decoction will either be taken orally or applied externally. This is thought to help with the expulsion of the placenta as well as promoting strong uterine contractions.
In addition to improving male libido, it is also commonly used to promote fertility in women, as a treatment for venereal diseases, to improve circulation and for diarrhea and dysentery. According to the African Journal of Biotechnology, it also has anti-bacterial, diuretic, astringent, and hemostatic properties and can be used to treat nose bleeds, haematemesis, scrofula and abscesses, postpartum abdominal pain and uterine bleeding.
Men in South Africa who rely on traditional healers were also using Typha capensis for problems associated with aging, including decreased testosterone levels and prostate cancer. The herb is likely to be effective in helping with prostate cancer because the herb exhibits cytotoxic (toxic to living cells) activity towards prostate cancer cells, but not to normal, healthy cells.
How to Use Typha Capensis, Dosage and Instructions
Bulrush or love reed is available as a powder or in capsule form, made from fine-cut rhizomes that are dried. Depending on the type of bulrush product that you are using, there are different indications:
- Powdered Typha Capensis can be made into a tea to be taken daily or as needed by adding one tablespoon of the powder to a cup or two of boiling water for a few minutes.
- Typha Capensis capsules can be taken once a day or as directed with water.
- It can be taken as a mixture with Bangalala, which also works as a potent sex tonic to increase male libido and performance.
Get Started with Typha Capensis
If you’re looking for an all-natural way to improve your sexual performance, Typha capensis can help. With no harmful additives or preservatives added, you can expect increased libido and fertility, as well as a host of other benefits as the herb, works to improve your circulation.
Available in either powder or capsule form, Typha capensis is a simple, fuss-free addition to your morning routine that gives you access to the time-tested healing powers of the herb that traditional healers have been using for thousands of years.
There is a list of Bangalala reviews below, and we highly encourage everyone to read them to get our supporter’s point of view on this particular root. Our Bangalala review section also has questions and answers within as well, so you may find a solution to a possible question you may have.
- Bangalala is a powerful libido enhancer.
- Bangalala improves circulation.
- Male’s sexual potency.
- Bangalala eases pregnancy delivery.
- Bangalala helps promote fertility.
Origin: South Africa
Ingredients: Wild harvested Bangalala & Love Reed
Parts Used: Root, Reeds
Forms: Two ounces of powder or 60 vegetable capsules (550-600 mg).
Tincture: Take one dropper full (30 drops) twice a day. May increase up to one dropperful four times daily.
How to use:
Place one heaped teaspoon of E. kraussianum in a cup.
Add enough boiling water to fill 1/2 of the cup.
Allow the water in the cup to cool.
Consume twice a day.
Capsules: Take 1 capsule twice a day with water or favorite beverage.
We recommend peeling or cutting the Typha capensis skin (exposing the inside).
Cut into pieces or leave whole and make a tea or infusion.
The gel caps we use are Vegicaps (vegetable) and are all-natural. No Animal By-Products, Starch Free, Wheat Free, Dairy Free, Preservative Free, Ethylene Oxide, and Sulfite FREE!
Legal Information: The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated these statements. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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Powdered (2oz), Capsule (s) 60 Vegicaps, Typha Capensis Cut, Tincture (1oz)