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Suma Root

Suma got its common name, Brazilian ginseng, because its roots are similar to Korean ginseng (Panax ginseng) and because of its wide use as an adaptogen. Suma has historically been used in the Amazon rainforest region by indigenous tribes to treat a variety of conditions, including a tonic for energy, to boost sexuality and treat anxiety.

A study examined the effects of suma on the progesterone, estrogen, and testosterone levels of female and male mice. The study findings revealed that suma increased the blood levels of the sex hormones estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone in the mice were treated with suma root.

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