Want to browse by ingredient to help you choose the Vianda supplement that’s best for your lifestyle and health concerns? Below you’ll find historical uses as well as supplemental uses and research on many of the most popular vitamins, minerals, and herbal extracts in our natural supplements. *



For over two thousand years, ginseng has been used as a tonic and restorative to promote health and longevity. The tonic and adaptogenic activity of the herb is thought to translate into enhanced physical performance, including sexual stamina.

Find it in:        Enzyte  Altovis



Originally found growing profusely in the Ohio River Valley, Black Cohosh Root was boiled by Native Americans to address women’s gynecological issues and used after childbirth. 19th Century American Eclectic Physicians (what we would today call naturopaths) believed Black Cohosh was the most useful solution to menstrual cramps.

Black cohosh root contains a natural estrogen that is similar to human estrogen and has been used for stress, menstruation and menstrual cramps, and to support healthy estrogen levels in women. Black cohosh root is the most popular herbal supplement in Europe for women experiencing premenopause symptoms. It provides isoflavones and other constituents that help support a woman’s health during this phase of her life.

Find it in:        Avlimil



Boron is a trace mineral that plays an important role in bone health and can be found in foods like avocado, pecans, and dried beans. For supplementation, Boron acts to support bone health and strength.

Find it in:        Enzyte MRC



A staple in spicy cuisine, the capsaicin in the fruit of cayenne peppers pack a hot taste, along with carotenoids, flavonoids, essential oils, and Vitamin C. Because of its high nutrient content and its warming properties, cayenne has long been hailed for promoting circulation and vitality, and for relieving hot flashes.

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Copper is an essential trace element widely found in foods like organ meats, seafood, nuts, seeds, and cocoa. For supplementation, Copper comes in many forms. Cupric Oxide is the most common and least expensive form of copper, but it has poor absorption in the body. Enzyte contains Copper Gluconate, which is more expensive, but it has higher absorption in the body. As Zinc supplementation can affect copper levels in the body, current government guidelines recommend supplementing Copper with Zinc to maintain healthy levels.

Find it in:        Enzyte



Damiana is a kind of shrub that’s native to Texas, parts of Central America like Mexico, Southern America and the Caribbean. Traditionally, native people of Central and Southern America use Damiana’s leaves as incense for relaxation. They also make Damiana tea from its leaves as an aphrodisiac that is still practiced by some until today. Damiana increases blood flow, therefore improving stimulation and sensitivity during sex. It also helps improve one’s sexual performance by providing more energy and uplifting mood. It relieves anxiety, depression, and nervousness, which are vital to enhance sexual wellness. Damiana also helps in easing several menopausal symptoms by balancing women’s hormones.

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Eleuthero is categorized as an adaptogen. Eleuthero is sometimes called Siberian ginseng, but it shouldn’t be confused with “true” ginseng (herbs from the genus Panax). Studies indicate that it increases performance, concentration, and endurance during fatigue. Eleuthero also protects the cells of your brain and increases cell sensitivity to insulin.

Find it in:        Altovis



Every man at some point wonders if his sexual performance is withstanding the test of time. Used in ancient times by Egyptians and in traditional Chinese medicine for a plethora of ailments, Fenugreek Seed extract is used for sustained vascular function to support a rousing sexual response in men.

Find it in:        Enzyte MRC



Folate or Folic Acid (otherwise known as Vitamin B-9) are derived from the Latin meaning “leaf”, primarily because the Vitamin naturally occurs mostly in leafy green vegetables. Folate may help sustain a healthy cardiovascular system through supporting the production of nitric oxide, which functions as a vascular relaxing factor.

Find it in: Enzyte MRC  Enzyte 3



This bacteria occurs naturally in plants like Jerusalem Artichoke and Chicory, and is also produced commercially as an artificial sweetener. It can also be found in bananas, onions, barley, and asparagus. It possesses prebiotic effects to support overall GI tract health and to promote calcium absorption.

Find it in:        Sorbera



There has long been an association of a reduction in menopausal symptoms with the consumption of these biologically active molecules called isoflavones. Of the three main types of isoflavones (genistein, daidzein, and glycitein), genistein and daidzein have protective functions that have been shown to be the most effective in helping to reduce hot flashes and night sweats.

Find it in:        Avlimil



An old Indian proverb says, “Every good quality is contained in ginger.” Ginger has long played a lead role in cooking and healing in every corner of the world. It’s an antispasmodic that soothes smooth muscles, including the uterus – this explains why it’s been used by herbalists for menstrual cramps.

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Commonly called the Maidenhair tree, the ginkgo tree is native to China and resembles an ancient fern. Ginkgo seeds and extracts have been used therapeutically for over two thousand years. The flavonoids and ginkgolides in ginkgo leaf combat the damaging effects of free radicals, and provide a benefit to the central nervous system and overall vascular function to promote healthy blood flow to the brain.

Find it in:        Enzyte          



Graminex® Flower Pollen Extract has been used for years to support prostate health and is backed by a substantial amount of clinical trials. This ingredient shows to not only support prostate health, but to increase peak urine flow and enhance muscle tone.

Find it in:        Ogoplex



Aside from being a refreshing fruit snack, grapes are most popular for their ability to transform into wine. While wine connoisseurs know tannins as a way to grade the quality of wine, tannins known as procyanidins play an important role in healthy blood capillary function through their antioxidant, free-radical scavenging activity. The procyanidins in Grape Seed Extract are also thought to stimulate nitric oxide (NO) production that fuels overall cardiovascular health for erectile function.

Find it in:        Enzyte



Tea has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 3,000 years to address a plethora of health concerns. It wasn’t until the 1600s that their love for tea spread to Europe, making 4 o’clock known even today as tea time. Green Tea is derived from the young shoots of the Camellia Sinensis bush. The lesser known stimulants in Green Tea are theobromine and theophylline – these stimulants are what make Green Tea popular for soothing respiratory ailments. While Green Tea is hailed primarily for its amazing stimulant properties that may boost alertness, physical performance, and brain function, its benefits may extend to a variety of other areas that extend your over health and well-being.

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Guarana is a complex natural stimulant and antioxidant, native to the Amazon basin and commonly used in Brazil. The seeds of the guarana plant contain stimulant properties equal to twice the concentration of caffeine and it is thought to be a superior stimulant to “plain old caffeine”. A recent study found that 9mg of caffeine from guarana provided the same clinically-measured mental stimulation as 40-150mg of caffeine in a cup of coffee. Guarana is included in intimacy supplements since mental and physical energy and stimulation are key to an explosive, invigorating sexual experience.

Find it in:       Enzyte 3



Also known as Epimedium, this herb originates from Northern China. Traditionally, Horny Goat Weed was used for treating weakness in the loins and knees, and for supporting erectile function. It primarily affects the cardiovascular system by promoting blood flow. Studies show that Horny Goat Weed may support healthy hormone production, as well as support healthy testosterone function.

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Lemon Balm can improve digestion, ease abdominal cramping, and promote the overall digestive process. Lemon Balm is known to soothe symptoms of stress, boost your mood, and help you relax. Combined with Valerian Root, the two herbs deliver a calming synergy to induce a deep, restful nights sleep without night sweats.

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L-Citrulline was named after the scientific name for watermelon, Citrullis Vulgaris, since that is the food source where it was first discovered. L-Citrulline is a powerful vasodilator and precursor of L-Arginine, a compound that supports nitric oxide (NO) production. L-Arginine has been long used in male enhancement supplements since it supports Nitric Oxide production and Nitric Oxide is essential for vascular health and erection function. The downside of taking L-Arginine is that because it’s widely used in various systems throughout the body, it’s often instantly metabolized before it reaches the bloodstream to have noticeable effects on erection quality. Because it’s a precursor to L-Arginine, it ‘sneaks’ into the body unnoticed, giving it time to be converted by the kidneys into L-Arginine. From there, it’s released into the bloodstream and converted into all-powerful Nitric Oxide where it can work its magic on a man’s sexual function. Recent clinical studies show that by taking an L-Citrulline supplement, men can achieve the same sexual health benefits with 1/3 the amount of L-Arginine.

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Traditional Chinese Medicine believed licorice root was a harmonizer that helped other ingredients work well together. It was used by American folk herbalists to address “female hysteria”, which is what they called menstruation and menopause.

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Prostate problems are one of the most common issues facing men as they age. You can protect your prostate with lycopene supplementation. Lycopene is a natural substance found in tomatoes and other red-colored fruits that carries potentially strong antioxidant effects.

Find it in:        Ogoplex



Magnesium supports healthy blood sugar levels and normal blood pressure, and is involved in energy metabolism and protein synthesis. Magnesium is also an essential component of healthy hair, skin, and nails. Magnesium deficiency can lead to a host of health problems, affecting blood sugar, digestive health, immune function, and histamine levels.

Find it in:        Enzyte MRC  



Also commonly called Potency Wood, Muira Puama comes from the trunk of a tree native to Brazil and has been long-hailed for its sexual properties and as a nerve tonic in South America.

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N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC) is a powerful antioxidant derived from the amino acid L-Cysteine, and a precursor to L-Glutathione that helps rid the body of harmful free radicals. As you age, your body’s production of NAC slows down, allowing free radicals to multiply and cause damage throughout the body. Supplementation of NAC provides antioxidant support for overall vitality.

Find it in:       Enzyte MRC



Niacin is also known as Vitamin B3, which is a water-soluble vitamin found in foods like yeast, fish, eggs, and green vegetables. Supplementation of Niacin is thought to promote dilation of blood vessels to support circulation and cardiovascular health.

Find it in:        Enzyte 3  Enzyte



With a combination blend of Plant Sterols, Beta-Sterol, Campesterol, and Stigmasterol, the Plant Phytosterols in Ogoplex are thought to benefit urinary flow in men and positively impact overall quality of life for men with prostate issues.

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Most probiotics have a relatively short, unstable shelf-life. Spore-forming probiotic bacteria like Bacillus coagulans overcome this problem because the spore itself is a protective encasement that allows for longer-term, more stable storage until it is ready to be consumed and can survive transit through the stomach and into the gastrointestinal tract intact. Activated only with the proper conditions of heat, pH, and moisture found in the large intestine, it is better able to survive extreme environmental conditions of processing, shipping, and storage.

Sorbera contains 200 billion colony forming units (CFU's) of Bacillus coagulans per capsule, which has been shown to provide a myriad of health benefits when taken regularly including: reduction of lactose intolerance, vaginal and digestive tract health, inhibition of pathogenic bacteria growth, as well as benefiting overall health. The complete benefits of regular consumption of probiotics and the connection between gut health and overall health is just beginning to be understood but the scientific results are promising!

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Red raspberry has been dubbed the “Vine of Female Vitality.” The leaf of the vine is the part that is most often used as herbal medicine. Red raspberry leaf is widely known for its normalizing effect on the uterus. Traditionally, midwives and herbalists claim that it also helps tone the ligaments of the uterus to ease childbirth and regulate menstrual flow.

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Rhodiola is categorized as an “adaptogen” that helps the body adapt to or resist various kinds of physical and mental stress. Native to colder regions of the world like the Arctic and Scandinavia, Rhodiola has been used for centuries to support energy, stamina, strength and mental capacity. In addition to its ability to support natural energy levels, Rhodiola extract may help fortify your body and protect against fatigue caused by stress or overwork.

Find it in:        Enzyte MRC  Altovis



Sage leaf has a long history for its use as a medicinal herb. Sage leaf may help relieve mental exhaustion and enhance the ability to concentrate. Refreshed and alert, women are better able to enjoy the physical and emotional pleasures of an active lifestyle.

Sage also contains estrogenic substances and contains an aromatic oil that makes it a powerful natural antiperspirant. This is especially useful in menopausal women plagued with sweating and hot flashes.

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Saw palmetto is a palm native to the southeastern United States. Its fruit is traditionally used to strengthen and tone the prostate and male reproductive system. Saw Palmetto is often used for treatment to alleviate the symptoms of prostate problems, and a toned prostate is a part of healthy sexual activity.

Find it in:        Ogoplex



According to some early German folklore, the Pied Piper was not only an accomplished flute player, but also an herbalist. They say he used hypnotic music along with Valerian Root to charm children to sleep. Valerian Root is commonly used today for its relaxing properties to combat irritability, and as a natural sleep aid.

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Vitamin B-12 is a water soluble vitamin with a key role in the normal functioning of the brain and nervous system. It is involved in the metabolism of every cell of the human body, including fatty acid synthesis and energy production. It also provides support to the enzymes involved in fat and carbohydrate metabolism and protein synthesis. It is estimated that 10% to 30% of adults over 50 do not absorb food-bound vitamin B-12 efficiently. Since deficiency can lead to health problems, it is suggested that they eat food fortified with B-12 or take a B-12 supplement.

Find it in:        Enzyte MRC Enzyte 3



Pyridoxine, or Vitamin B-6, is required for amino acid metabolism and is also involved in carbohydrate and lipid metabolism. Deficiencies of this water-soluble vitamin can affect heart and blood pressure health. Often working in conjunction with Folic Acid and Vitamin B-12, it benefits the cardiovascular system by protecting against high levels of homocysteine.

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Recent studies suggest that declining levels of Vitamin D associated with age might be linked to age-related sexual decline. Sunlight triggers the body to produce Vitamin D; however, often with age we spend less and less time outdoors, limiting our exposure to sunlight. In addition to less sunlight, other factors contributing to deficiency include lower dietary intake and overall declining ability to absorb and metabolize Vitamin D.

Find it in:        Enzyte MRC



Zinc is a biologically essential trace element that is involved in the synthesis of DNA, RNA, and proteins. Although Zinc deficiency is rare in the U.S., even a short-term dietary depletion can affect vital body functions, as well as testosterone levels and male sexual health.

Find it in:        Enzyte MRC   Enzyte  Ogoplex