PFAFFIA PANICULATA also known as Brazilian ginseng, is a plant native to tropical areas of South America, particularly Brazil. It exhibits a wide range of beneficial health properties, which has contributed to its popularity as a dietary supplement.

Catfish contains a wealth of active ingredients, such as phytosterols, sapogenins, alkaloids and vitamins (mainly vitamin E). Thanks to these substances, catfish can provide health benefits such as:

  • Strengthening the immune system – the phytosterols in catfish can help stimulate the immune response and fight infection.
  • Adaptogenic effects – catfish is known as an adaptogen, a substance that helps the body adapt to stress. As a result, it can help improve physical and mental endurance.
  • Endocrine support – catfish can affect hormonal balance, which can be beneficial for athletes and people struggling with hormonal disorders.
  • Counteracting anemia – catfish can help raise hemoglobin and red blood cell levels. So it can be helpful for those suffering from anemia.
  • Supporting heart health – catfish can lower cholesterol levels and improve circulation, which is beneficial to the overall health of the cardiovascular system.
  • Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects – catfish exhibits anti-inflammatory effects, which can help reduce inflammation in the body. In addition, due to its vitamin E content, catfish acts as an antioxidant, neutralizing free radicals.

Dosage: 500-1000 mg daily