Safety Profile and Effect on Libido of a Combined Bryophyllum pinnatum, Moringa oleifera and Vitamin C Phytotherapeutic Agent

  title={Safety Profile and Effect on Libido of a Combined Bryophyllum pinnatum, Moringa oleifera and Vitamin C Phytotherapeutic Agent},
  author={Alfred Sparman and Kimberlee T.J Thompson},
  journal={Free Radicals and Antioxidants},
Introduction: Both Moringa oleifera and Bryophyllum pinnatum are well known phytotherapeutics with a range of potential applications that capitalize on their anti-oxidant properties, ranging from improving risk factors for cardiovascular disease to increasing sexual desire. The literature, however, mainly focuses on these effects in-vitro or in non-human subjects. Aims: We aimed to investigate the side effects of a combination agent with known proportions of these two phytotherapeutics, as well… 

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