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Devil’s Jungle (Seven Root) capsules 100 * 500 mg

Our capsules have been made using the millennial secret of our Peruvian Amazon Culture, allowing us to consume a part of our Amazonian tradition, revaluing seven plants that together synergize in addition to camu which contains the highest content of
vitamin C among all fruits, helping us to improve our physical and mental performance giving us vitality and strength, in addition to its aphrodisiac properties for men and women, which allows us to feel full. It is elaborated entirely with natural ingredients
enhanced as a result of our research, contributing also to the use of our biodiversity


Devil´s  jungle capsules

Properties: The seven roots and barks that we use come from our Peruvian Amazon and are known to act as a powerful general tonic for our body, also for prevent and cure many ailments and as a stimulant of sexual activity

  • Natural stimulant for men and women
  • Improves physical and mental performance
  • Gives vitalily and strenght
  • Traditionally used as an aphrodisiac is said that improve virility and strength
  • It allow us to feel healthy because of the functional benefits of the product
  • Be happy with our couple.

Composition:  capsules made of  camu camu powder and  7 roots extract( chuchuwasi, huanarpo macho, black maca, icoja, murure, cumaceba y clavo huasca) . 100% natural.

origin: Amazon rainforest, Iquitos and Pucallpa


  •  DIGESA Peruvian health ministry

Use: devil’s jungle un capsules is recommended to consume 1 to 2 capsules a day after food. 6 per day.

Contraindications: Not recommended during pregnancy and breastfeeding.


This product has no contraindications; in the literature we have not found reports about contraindications for use of its components, or possible drug interactions. However they remain clinical studies at different doses and at different treatment times to assert their safety, but their safe use is established by the traditional use for hundreds of years by Amazonian tribes.

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