Sukraja maintains LH and testosterone levels to bolster sperm quality and quantity.
Herbal Extracts Formulation
Supports normal levels of LH and
Promotes healthy sperm production
Supports healthy semen production
Nurtures the reproductive system
Bolsters healthy semen volume
Sustains healthy sperm quality
Maintains normal sperm count
Supports healthy nutrition absorption
Sukraja's proprietary formulation contains 54 phytonutrients that exert 230 synergistic
activities on your body. Many of these phytonutrients are widely recognized for their contribution to Male
Ascorbic-Acid - Protects sperm from oxidative damage (Luck, Jeyaseelam, Scholes,
“Ascorbic Acid and Fertility”, University of Nottingham, UK, 1995; Fraga, Motchnik,
Shigenaga, et al. “Ascorbic Acid Protects Against Endogenous Oxidative DNA
Damage in Human Sperm”, University of California, Western Human Nutrition
Research Center, U.S. Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service, CA,
1991; Dawson, Harris, Rankin, Charpenter, McGanity, “Effect of Ascorbic Acid on
Male Fertility”, Department of Odstetrics and Gynecology, the University of Texas,
Medical Branch at Galveston, Texas, 2006).
Aspartic-Acid - Supports male fertility
(Aniello, Salvatore, et al. “Occurrence of Daspartic
Acid in Human Seminal Plasma and Spermatozoa: Possible Role in
Reproduction”, Department of Human Reproduction, Italy and Department
of Neurobiology and Comparative Physiology, Italy 2004; Porvari, Herrala,
Kurkela, “Site-Directed Mutagenesis of Prostatic Acid Phosphatase. Catalytically
Important Aspartic Acid 258, Substrate Specificity, and Oligomerization” ,
Biocenter Oulu, Finland, 1994; Gonçalves, Wolinetz, Killian, “Influence of
Arginine-Glycine-Aspartic Acid (RGD), Integrins (αV and α5) and
Osteopontin on Bovine Sperm–Egg Binding,
and Fertilization in Vitro”, Pennsylvania State University, USA, São
Paulo University, Brazil, and Bethesda, USA, 2006).
Glutamic Acid - Maintains erectile and testicular activity (Keil, Wetterauer and Heite,
“Glutamic Acid Concentration in Human Semen — its Origin and Significance”,
Andrologia, 11: 385–390. doi: 10.1111/j.1439-0272.tb02224.x, 1979;
Melis and Argiolas, “Central Control of Penile Erection: A Re-Visitation of the Role of
Oxytocin and Its Interaction with Dopamine and Glutamic Acid in Male Rats”, Bernard
B. Brodie Department of Neuroscience and Centre of Excellence for the Neurobiology
of Addictions, University of Cagliari, and Institute of Neuroscience, National Research
Council, Cagliari Section, Cittadella Universitaria, Monserrato, Italy, 2010; Frungieri,
Gonzalez-Calvar and Calandra, “Influence of Photoinhibition on GABA and Glutamic
Acid Levels, and on Glutamate Decarboxylase Activity in the Testis and Epididymis of
the Golden Hamster”, International Journal of Andrology, 19: 171–178. doi: 10.1111/ j.
Take one capsule after breakfast and one
capsule after dinner.
You can optimize your semen volume, sperm production, and fertility
Sukraja - Years of stressful living caused damage to your body.
To help reverse this, Sukraja releases hundreds of phytonutrients that
act at the molecular level to upkeep hormone levels, support liver
functions, remove toxins, nourish nerves, promote healthy prostate
gland and testicles functions, support normal sperm production, and
engender natural sexual response.
Taking a Multi-Vitamin - A daily multivitamin can help provide
selenium, zinc and folic acid - trace nutrients that are important for
optimal sperm production and function. A multi-vitamin also
usually contains antioxidant vitamins such as C and E, which may help
protect sperm from damage.
Reducing Stress - Researchers are investigating whether stress might
interfere with certain hormones needed to produce sperm. Stress
can also impair sexual function.
Exercising Regularly - Physical activity is good for reproductive
health as well as your overall health. But don't overdo it.
Men who exercise to exhaustion show a temporary change in hormone
levels and a drop in sperm quality.
Maintaining Optimal Weight - Too much or too little body fat may
disrupt production of reproductive hormones, which can reduce your
sperm count and increase your percentage of abnormal sperm. You
are most likely to produce lots of high-quality sperm if you maintain a
Minimizing Exposure to Toxins - Experts think certain workplace and
household substances might have an effect on sperm quantity and
quality. These include heavy metals, and pesticides and chemicals
in solvents. Use protective clothing, proper ventilation, and
face masks to reduce the risk of absorbing such toxins.
Quitting Smoking - The sperm of men who smoke may be misshapen and may
move more slowly than those of nonsmokers. Smoking can also
damage your sperm's DNA. Experts suspect such damage could even
affect fetal growth and development and increase a child's chance of
having certain health problems, including cancer. And chewing
tobacco isn't safe either - it also may cause low sperm counts and
damage. As if that weren't enough, tobacco use can increase
erectile dysfunction. Research shows men who both smoke and drink
alcohol have lower sperm counts and motility than do men with either
Limiting Alcohol - Heavy drinking may reduce the quality and
quantity of sperm. Limit alcohol to no more than one or two
drinks a day The combination of tobacco and alcohol is
Avoiding Recreational Drugs - Marijuana can decrease sperm
density and motility and increase the number of abnormal sperm.
Cocaine and opiates can contribute to erectile dysfunction, and
amphetamines can decrease sex drive.
Avoiding Steroids - Anabolic steroids, usually taken illegally,
can shrink the testicles and drastically reduce fertility.
Anti-androgens used to treat prostate enlargement and cancer interfere
with sperm production. Testosterone supplements also decrease
Skipping the Tub - To maximize the quality and quantity of your sperm,
avoid hot tubs and baths. Spending more than 30 minutes in water
102 F (40 C) or above may lower your sperm count. Saunas and
steam rooms may have a similar effect.
Staying Cool - Increased scrotal temperature can impair sperm
production. Experts know that hot work environments,
tight-fitting underpants, prolonged sitting, and use of laptop
computers can all increase scrotal temperature. They are still
studying how these activities affect fertility.
Not Using Lubricants during Sex - Personal lubricants, lotions, and
even saliva can interfere with sperm motility.