Yohimbin | definition of yohimbin by Medical dictionary
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yohimbin An alkaloid adrenoreceptor antagonist derived from the yohimbe tree. It lowers blood pressure and controls arousal and anxiety and has been used to treat both physical and psychogenic IMPOTENCE.
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No doubt the witchdoctors and medicine-men on the Kongo used the same term at those jungle "parties" when tomtoms throbbed and the sturdy warriors gave their pep an added kick with rich brews of Yohimbin