Other names: Yin Yang Huo, Bishop’s Hat, Fairy Wings, Horny Goat Weed, Córnea de la Cabra, Herba Epimedii, Épimède, Épimède à Grandes Fleurs, Épimède du Japon, Herbe Cornée de Chèvre, Hierba de Cabra en Celo, Japanese Epimedium, Xian Ling Pi, Bishops Mitre, Epimedium Wielkokwiatowe, Japaninvarjohiippa, Elfenblume, Bischofsmütze, Suureõieline Epimeedium, Škornice Velkokvětá, Püspöksüveg, Epimēdija, Vrsta Vimčka
Barrenwort is native to China and commonly used in Chinese traditional herbal medicine for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. It contains flavonoid glycosides, hyperoside, icariin, epimedin B, epimedin C, and inositol. Some compounds, like breviflavone B, cycloolivil, beta-sitosterol, p-hydroxybenzaldehyde, succinic acid, and p-hydroxyphenethyl were recently isolated from this plant for the first time.
Barrenwort may be beneficial for problems related to sexual performance, such as erectile dysfunction and low libido. It may also be beneficial for lower back, knee, and joint pain, arthritis, mental and physical fatigue, and memory loss.
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