Common questions

Is Bombyx safe?

Is Bombyx safe?

Safety Information This herbal extract is generally safe, but it is potent and should be utilized with care. This product is for dietary use. If unexpected side-effects occur, discontinue use immediately!

How does Bombyx Mori work?

The silkworm, Bombyx mori, determines the diapausing/nondiapausing fate of its eggs by synthesizing or not a neuropeptide, the diapause neurohormone (DH), by processing a precursor protein consisting of DH, PBAN, and three other SOG neuropeptides.

What is Bombyx Daily complex?

Bombyx Daily Complex has been specially developed to help men have their libido supported continuously. In addition to having a constantly supported libido, Bombyx Daily can help provide a youthful feeling, with improved energy, drive, concentration and at the same time support a healthy active prostate.

What is Bombyx mori extract?

Bombyx Mori (Jiang Can) has been utilized in Asia for hundreds of years to increase virility and libido. It is a much sought after male silkworm moth extract used to energize the body and increase desire. Full of nutrients, vital minerals and Amino Acids, it also acts as a vasodilator – increasing blood flow.

Is Bombyx mori an arachnid?

Bombyx mori, the domestic silk moth, is an insect from the moth family Bombycidae. It is the closest relative of Bombyx mandarina, the wild silk moth. The silkworm is the larva or caterpillar of a silk moth….

Bombyx mori
Genus: Bombyx
Species: B. mori
Binomial name
Bombyx mori (Linnaeus, 1758)

What do you feed Bombyx mori?

Bombyx mori are herbivores. They feed specifically on white mulberry leaves, but also eat Osage oranges and lettuce. They do most of their eating in the larval stage (Encarta 1998).

What is Bombyx mori used for?

It is used in the treatment of hepatitis, acute pancreatitis, chronic nephritis, stomach disorders and various leukocytopenia. A growth hormone has also been reported from silkworm litter (Majumder, 1997).

How do you use Bombyx mori?

Each pack contains 12 easy to swallow capsules. Trial packs of 2 capsules are also available, (packaging may vary from illustration). Suggested intake: ½ to 1 capsule from an hour or more before intended activity. Adult male use only.

How many eggs can a female silk moth lay?

Females lay about 300 to 500 eggs, which hatch within roughly 7 to 14 days when kept at temperatures of 24 to 29 °C (about 75 to 85 °F). Silkworm moths (Bombyx mori) mating on cocoons.

Where does Bombyx mori live?

Bombyx mori originally existed in the wild throughout Asia. Though they are believed to no longer exist in the wild, they are in the care of the silk industry in Asia and Australia (Savela 1998).

Do silkworms turn into moths?

The silkworm spins itself in a silk cocoon, made of one single thread that may be nearly a mile long, about the size of a cotton ball. Within the cocoon, if the process is allowed to complete itself, the worm is changing into a moth and will emerge as an adult one to two weeks after entering the cocoon.

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