|Tongkat ali is a small flowering tree in the quassia family (Simaroubaceae) and is native to Indonesia, Malasia, and parts of Southeast Asia. It has been used traditionally for male sexual conditions, as an antimalarial, aphrodisiac, and antimicrobial.
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Additional ABC Tongkat Ali Resources
Tongkat Ali profile. 2019; 122:6-16.
Balancing Nature and Wellness - Malaysian Traditions of "Ramuan": The History, Culture, Biodiversity and Scientific Assimilation of Medicinal Plants in Malaysia. 2009; 84:30-43
Beneficial Bioactivities of Tongkat Ali are Diverse and May Include Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction. HC# 051652-557, November 30, 2016
Systematic Review/Meta-analysis of Clinical Efficacy of Tongkat Ali for Erectile Dysfunction. HC# 111564-544, May 13, 2016
Tongkat Ali Improves Cell-mediated Immune Function in Healthy, Middle-aged Adults. HC# 031651-541, March 31, 2016.
Tongkat Ali Standardized Extract Improves Testosterone and Stress Hormone Balance and Mood Parameters in Subjects with Moderate Stress. HC# 071322, November 15, 2013
Tongkat Ali - A Potent Complementary Treatment for Male Osteoporosis. HC# 091267-465, January 31, 2013
A Malaysian Tongkat Ali Extract (Physta™) Increases Quality-of-life Benefits in Men. HC# 121251-464, January 15, 2013
Tongkat Ali Aqueous Extract Shows Promise in Study for Men Who Are Symptomatic of Hypogonadism Due to Low Testosterone. HC# 071165-436, November 15, 2011
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