What's in xanthoparmelia lichen?
A number of chemicals are found in xanthoparmelia scabrosa including epipolythiopiperazinediones. Xanthoparmelia in bulk powder form is a brownish color, and the taste is not bitter.
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How does Xanthoparmelia work?
I have not come across any studies that indicate how (or if) xanthoparmelia scabrosa works in helping with erections or sex organ engorgement or any other aspect of sexual enhancement.
I have only come across one study regarding xanthoparmelia scabrosa (see below) and it concerns me since there may be toxins in this lichen, but at the same time these toxins are able to kill cancer cells. So, not much can be said for sure till we have at least a couple of more studies.
Press release - Toxic Herb Alert - Xanthoparmelia scabrosa
Esters may be Unsafe
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J AOAC Int. 2010. Analysis of salazinic, norstictic, and usnic acids in
Xanthoparmelia chlorochroa by ultra-performance liquid chromatography/tandem
mass spectrometry. The lichen species Xanthoparmelia chlorochroa is toxic when
consumed by domestic sheep, cattle, and Rocky Mountain elk. Clinical signs
exhibited by poisoned animals include red urine, ataxia, and muscular weakness
that rapidly progresses to recumbency. Elk are unable to recover once becoming
recumbent; however, most affected cattle can recover if offered suitable feed
shortly following the onset of signs.