Goron Tula, also known as snot apple or African chewing gum is a fruit from a semi-deciduous tree, which can grow up to 10 m tall. The high nutritional value of this plant goron tula makes it an important plant traditionally used in herbal medicine to treat or manage around 22 human diseases, ailments, and health conditions in tropical Africa, especially Nigeria.
Goron Tula is used to treat both male and female infertility because of its ability to enhance lubrication, cleanse the body system and boost immune function. A study that investigated the in vitro antimicrobial activity of fruit pulp extracts of Goron Tula, reported that fruit extracts of plants show promising in vitro anti-microbial activity. This explains the plant is widely used in tropical Africa for menstruation problems and the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases. The antibacterial, antifungal, and antioxidant properties of the plant confer these abilities.
Goron Tula is best known for its aphrodisiac properties because it increases sexual pleasure or performance. This libido booster, known colloquially as Kayan Mata helps couples to have an unforgettable sexual pleasure according to reports.
How is Goron Tula Taken?
Most herbal practitioners recommend chewing 2 pieces of Goron Tula every day to increase the libido as consumption of the fruit helps in developing strong desires for sexual intercourse and also serves as an aphrodisiac for several rounds of having sex with your partner. People experiencing lowered libido, as a result of stress or other health conditions, can try Goron Tula.
Women with a dry vagina are advised to try Goron Tula as it stimulates the production of vagina wetness and is perfect for keeping the vagina area moist and wet. Goron Tula has been recommended for women who find it hard to reach orgasm. You need to chew about 5-10 pieces to feel the effect very well down there although depending on your body type, you may chew more or less before you get the result.
Researchers believe that Goron Tula can be used as a fertility enhancer and it minimizes the dependence on synthetic drugs as fertility-enhancing agents. Research published in the Journal of Biology, Agriculture, and Healthcare suggests that the fruit should be encouraged.
How Long Does It Take Goron Tula To Work?
When our body begins to metabolize medications including herbal remedies like Goron Tula, different organs process the ingredients before they are finally released into the bloodstream. While the process may sound straightforward, different components of Goron Tula dissolve at different rates, different formulas, and dosages break down differently – and, everybody’s body metabolizes Goron Tula uniquely. These are just a few of the many complexities behind the nature of drug absorption and metabolism.
The Goron Tula is taken orally and is broken down within the gastrointestinal tract. Once the remedy arrives, it is broken down by stomach acids before it passes through the liver and then enters the bloodstream. Certain components may stay in the bloodstream longer – it all depends on the dosage and Goron Tula recipe consumed.
There are several factors at play when determining the overall time required for medication to fully digest Goron Tula. The following factors all impact an individual’s sensitivity to and absorption of herbal remedies:
- Time of day taken
- Level of physical activity
- Level of stress
- Content of stomach and PH level
- Presence of other medications
In general, anecdotal evidence suggests that it takes around 30 minutes to 1 hour to begin to feel the effects of Goron Tula depending on the condition or reason for taking the fruit. However, it can take several weeks before you experience the full benefits or effects of Goron Tula.