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What are Yohimbine's other names?

  • Corynanthe Yohimbe
  • Pausinystalia Yohimbe
  • Yohimbe
  • Yohimbe Bark

What is Yohimbine's recommended dosage?

  • Recommended daily intake: 0,2 mg/kg

What supplements interact with Yohimbine?

  • Yohimbine and Horny Goat Weed

  • Yohimbine and Forskolin


What can Yohimbine help with?

  • Yohimbine for Diuresis

  • Yohimbine for Orthostatic Hypotension

  • Yohimbine for Phobias

  • Yohimbine for Alcohol Use Disorder

  • Yohimbine for Anxiety


What is Yohimbine used for?

  • Yohimbine for Mental health

  • Yohimbine for Men's health

  • Yohimbine for Overall health

  • Yohimbine for Heart health

  • Yohimbine for Detox

  • Yohimbine for Emotional health


What are Yohimbine's effects on the body?

  • Yohimbine for the Reproductive System

  • Yohimbine for the Nervous System

Consistent with prediction the group that took yohimbine hydrochloride prior to exposure sessions showed significantly greater improvement in peak fear at the one-week follow-up behavioral assessment (d=1.68). This was also true across other outcome measures with large to very large effect sizes. These data provide initial support for exposure enhancing effect of single-dose yohimbine hydrochloride in a clinical application.


Participants improved significantly on anxiety measures independently of drug condition, after 4 sessions of VRET. These data do not support the initial findings of exposure-enhancing effects of YOH in this dosage in clinical populations.


Sixteen patients received the combination of pyridostigmine and yohimbine, but no evidence of synergistic pressor effect was found. Engaging residual sympathetic tone with yohimbine is a more effective approach to improve orthostatic hypotension as compared with pyridostigmine in patients with severe orthostatic hypotension.


There was a significant correlation between craving and the degree of alcoholism severity. Acamprosate administration did not influence craving. Both yohimbine and mCPP challenges lead to elevated alcohol craving in a clinical population of alcoholics, and these cravings correlate with alcoholism severity. Under the experimental conditions used, alcohol cravings induced by these two stimuli are not sensitive to acamprosate at clinically used doses.


These results do not support the hypotheses that high aerobic fitness is associated with attenuated psychological and neuroendocrine responses to yohimbine or to psychosocial stress.


This study supports the relationship of anxiety and interoceptive processes with medial frontal, insular, and thalamic activation and provides a baseline for comparison of normal yohimbine-induced CNS adrenergic activation, adrenergically-based symptoms, and other markers of adrenergic function to stress, emotion, and the adrenergic pathophysiologies of various CNS-related disorders.


  • Yohimbine for the Cardiovascular System

  • Yohimbine for the Urinary System

  • Yohimbine for the Endocrine System

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