Aleppo Oakمازو سبز
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Aleppo Oak/Mazu Sabz (مازو سبز) also known as Quercus Infectoria is a plant or shrub native to Eastern and Asian countries, and the galls that have been infested by certain oak gall wasps are containing certain phytochemical contents for many health benefits. The extract of this shrub is very rich in Tannins which constrict the vaginal wall and tissues. In medicine, this effect is known as “astringent properties.” Interestingly, it has an ability to kill or inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, and fungi.
- English Name: Aleppo Oak
- Urdu Name: مازو سبز
- Scientific Name: Quercus Infectoria Olivier
Uses & Health Benefits:
- Strong Astringent
- Topical Astringent
- Wound healing – Topical application
- Fat Burner
This is not a rare case because it’s a part of natural process of human being. Some women feel nothing of male penetration, some with less friction making them to adjust their sex position, some feel painful sex, and some experience with vaginal odor. Nothing new and we know how it feels.
Aleppo Oak with those benefits above are certainly helpful for women to counter these issues because the profile of their tannins and phytoestrogens can restore the tightness and elasticity in both short- and long-term benefits, as well as stimulate the vagina to produce the fluid and anti-bacterial properties. In fact, the short-term effect of tightness sensation can be felt immediately.
A thin vaginal muscles and a fat vaginal muscles is certainly giving different strength of contraction which is not only for sexual pleasure, but also for health benefits such as reducing the risk of incontinence urinary or protrudes of your genital organs out of vaginal opening.
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This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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