Eurycoma Longifolia Interactions Overview

Check For Interactions With Eurycoma Longifolia

Eurycoma Longifolia

Also known as
  • Akar Pasak Bumi
  • Ali's Umbrella
  • Ali's Walking Stick
  • Bedara Pahit
  • Canne d'Ali
  • Cay ba binh
  • Eurycoma
  • Eurycoma Longifolia Jack
  • Ian-don
  • Jelaih
  • Long Jack
  • Longjack
  • Malaysian Ginseng
  • Pasak Bumi
  • Payung Ali
  • Pokok Jelas
  • Pokok Syurga
  • Setunjang Bumi
  • Tho Nan
  • Tongkat Ali
Eurycoma Longifolia Eurycoma longifolia, also known as tongkat ali or "Malaysian ginseng," is a plant native to Southeast Asia. It is a member of the Simaroubaceae family and is known for its small, yellow flowers and elongated, slender leaves. It has a long history of use in traditional medicine and is thought to have anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects. Eurycoma longifolia is also purported to have a number of other medicinal properties, including the ability to improve immune function, reduce the risk of heart disease, and lower cholesterol levels. Additionally, Eurycoma longifolia is commonly used as a natural treatment for male infertility and as a natural performance-enhancing supplement as it may have a mild androgenic effect. When used for male enhancement, it is most often marketed under other common names for the plant (e.g., tongkat ali, longjack).
There are 246 drugs known to interact with Eurycoma Longifolia

Drugs that interact with Eurycoma Longifolia

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