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Evolution Botanicals Tongkat Ali -50g violet miron glass jar (100 Serves)

Evolution Botanicals Tongkat Ali -50g violet miron glass jar (100 Serves)

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Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia) is often referred to as "The Malaysian Ginseng" and viewed as an important tonic herb. Evolution Botanicals (EB) use the very best quality Yellow Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia) root, Standardised 25:1 Extract, Eurycomanone 1%. The root is considered the most valuable and beneficial part of the plant due to its high concentration of bioactive compounds. Eurycomanone is believed to be the key compound that contributes to the benefits associated with Tongkat Ali and we standardise this extract to 1% Eurycomanone.

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Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia) is often referred to as "The Malaysian Ginseng" and viewed as an important tonic herb. EB use the very best quality Yellow Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia) root, Standardised 25:1 Extract, Eurycomanone 1%. The root is considered the most valuable and beneficial part of the plant due to its high concentration of bioactive compounds. Eurycomanone is believed to be the key compound that contributes to the benefits associated with Tongkat Ali and EB standardise their extract to 1% Eurycomanone.

Tongkat Ali, scientifically known as Eurycoma longifolia is a flowering plant native to Southeast Asia countries like Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand. Its roots have been consumed traditionally in these regions for various purposes, especially for testosterone balance, endurance, strength and sexual function. Tongkat Ali’s reputation as an aphrodisiac has led to its continued use throughout the centuries.

It is often referred to as the Longjack Plant which could refer to the plant’s appearance and its long root structure. The bitter taste can be attributed to the presence of various bioactive compounds and secondary metabolites that are naturally present in the plant. People tolerate the bitter taste for the sake of the potential benefits.

• Serving size 1/4 teaspoon (0.5g)
• 100 Servings per Jar (50g)

This Tongkat Ali has been wild grown in the rainforest in south Malaysia. The dried root is extracted using hot water and ethanol. Third party laboratory testing procedure remain consistent for each batch of Tongkat Ali produced.

EB offer their Tongkat Ali in 100ml Miron violet glass jars. These wide neck jars are specially designed to be 100% airtight with a patented cushion seal for lasting freshness. The Biphotonic glass filters sunlight only allowing infra-red and UVA light through. This preserves the effectiveness of light sensitive powders. EB encourage customers to reuse the jars. They also offer a resealable airtight pouch.
Sold by weight not volume, settling may occur.

Benefits

Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia) may help:

  • Libido
  • Testosterone
  • Desire
  • Strength
  • Muscle mass & recovery
  • Athletic performance
  • Stamina
  • Energy
  • Endurance
  • Fatigue
  • Adaptogen
How To Use

Stir 1/4 teaspoon (0.5g) into water. Please note it has a bitter taste, drink quickly. The bitter taste can be attributed to the presence of various bioactive compounds
and secondary metabolites that are naturally present in the plant. People
tolerate the bitter taste for the sake of the potential benefits.  

Store below 25°C in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.

Please refill or reuse Miron Violet Glass Jar (easypeel off label)

Ingredients

Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia) root, Standardised 25:1 Extract, Eurycomanone 1%. Vegan Friendly, Free from Soy, Gluten, Dairy and Non-GMO.

What has Tongkat Ali been traditionally used for?

Tongkat Ali, is native to Southeast Asia countries like Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand. Its roots have been consumed in drinks in these regions for various purposes, and especially to testosterone balance, endurance, strength, and sexual function.

What does Tongkat Ali taste like

Tongkat Ali has a bitter taste and is used in Malaysia as a food ingredient in coffee and tea. It is also used as a performance ingredient in pre-workout drinks or supplements by fitness professionals and sports amateurs to deliver a competitive edge. The bitter taste can be attributed to the presence of various bioactive compounds and secondary metabolites that are naturally present in the plant.

Why does the Tongkat Ali Powder taste Bitter?

The Tongkat Ali Powder taste bitter due to the Eurycomanone in the Tongkat Ali Root. Eurycomanone are key chemical compounds found in Tongkat Ali that are responsible for the reported benefits in regards to libido and testosterone. If your Tongkat Ali is not incredibly bitter, it’s either not real or low quality.

How many milligrams (mg) of Tongkat Ali is in your product per serve?

Our Tongkat Ali powder per serve is 500mg (milligrams) of Standardised Eurycomanone 1%, 25:1 Tongkat Ali root Extract

How many Tongkat Ali serves are in your violet glass jar?

This Tongkat Ali comes in a jar with 100 servings, and each serving size is 0.5g. The violet glass jar contains 50g of powder.

How do I use Tongkat Ali powder?

EB suggest adding the 1/4 of a teaspoon to a small cup of water and drinking quickly. Another way to consume Tongkat Ali is in coffee. Tongkat Ali coffee is a traditional drink in Southeast Asia, particularly in Malaysia and Indonesia. It is made by adding coffee together with Tongkat Ali root extract. Why not enhance your pre-workout routine by adding a serving of Tongkat Ali powder to your coffee before strength training or hitting the gym. The bitterness of the coffee is a great way to hide the bitterness of Tongkat Ali. A different way to consume Tongkat Ali is by adding Lemon Juice to a small cup of water.

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