Up to 60% of men worldwide are affected by low libido and Erectile Dysfunction (ED) at some point in their lives.

In Africa, plants have long offered a dependable source of medicines for the treatment of a wide range of conditions. Many African medicinal plants have been reported to possess aphrodisiac and sexual stimulant properties.

Lulama Health offers a range of traditional African herbal libido enhancers, each with a long history of use in boosting sexual performance and stamina. The long-established traditional use of the plants we offer has also been verified by modern scientific research on the activity of the specific chemical compounds found in each plant species.

Lulama Health Products

The herbs selected by Lulama Health have long been used to enhance sexual energy and performance, both for men and women.


Mondia whitei

Mondia whitei is a climber plant found across Africa. Among the Luo people in Kenya, it is believed to awaken life’s desires, which include the desire for food, sex, and happiness, and this plant is used by both men and women as an aphrodisiac and an appetite stimulant.



Uqonsi (Eriosema) root has the reputation of being a powerful sexual tonic. It is used as an aphrodisiac, notably to enhance male sexual energy and potency. The root contains a range of active chemical compounds.



Ubangalala root is found in Southern Africa, and is traditionally used to boost sexual stamina and longevity and to counteract premature ejaculation.

ultra-formula-root-powder-300g-Mondia. Ubangalala. Uqonsi and Moringa leaf

Ultra Formula

A premium formulation of Mondia, Ubangalala, Uqonsi and Moringa leaf powder, designed to combine the individual profiles and benefits of each plant in one product.

Customer Reviews

I work with many clients who seek help with issues of sexual function or libido.  I recommend the use of Mondia, Uqonsi or Ubangalala as appropriate, and get positive feedback from all my clients.

Traditional Doctor Lulama



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