Qunloon Liberia Limited (QLL), a dealer of Chinese herbal medicines for men, has officially launched its products on the Liberian market.
It is reported that at least 70 percent of men above 40 suffer from sexual weaknesses and prostate enlargement.
QLL registered in Liberia, has decided to introduce at least two of its products, namely Recharger and Huichun Capsules on the Liberian market to deal with those problems related to men’s private organ.
Speaking during the launch, QLL Managing Director, Mr. Apusiga Ali Abdul-Karim, said that they had conducted a research to prove that, that percentage of men suffer from sexual problems.
Abdul-Karim, said his company’s products—Recharger and Huichun Capsules—have been manufactured to deal with men with sexual problems and prostate enlargement.
The Recharger, he had once described to the Observer Health Desk, as male silkworm moth nourishing oral liquid, which is packaged in small bottles from which it can be sipped with a straw.
“This liquid is effective not only for promoting man's sexual function, increasing man's sexual energy, quick erection but also, keeping and prolonging sex periods, lack of strength on waist and knees, chilly sensations, fatigue and undersexed symptoms. It enhances the body's immune system, balances man's multi-sexual elements thus improving immunity and reinstates physical fitness,” QLL said in its promotional brochure.
Abdul-Karim assured would-be users that there are no side effects since their product is a herbal extract.
As for the Huichun Capsules, which is also for men, it can be used in the treatment of prostate enlargement in men.
The prostate is a gland (about the size of a wallnut) of the male reproductive system that produces fluid for semen, which helps to transport sperms during male orgasm.
According medical documents, almost all men have a possibility of some enlargement of the prostate. If the prostate grows too large, it presses against the urethra, making the flow of urine weaker, slower and difficult.
QLL stated that one may have a different condition such as Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) or prostatitis, which is the enlargement of the prostate. “It could occur frequently in men over the age of 40 and even sometimes 35. The enlargement may show symptoms such as weak urinary stream, difficulty in urination, frequent urination both in the night and day, sensation of incomplete emptying of bladder after urination, pain during urination and in some cases inability to urinate.”
According to them, there has never been any medicine like the one they have introduced, which has helped lots of patients get rid of urination problems, surgery (due to the danger of cancer), use of catheter.
“Men with prostate problem should be confidence that with Qunloon their prostate problems are now going to be a thing of the past,” Mr. Abdul-Karim stated.
However, they stated that anyone who wants to know more about their products can visit their website www.qunloon.com or their offices between Carey and Johnson Streets in Monrovia.
Abdul-Karim thanked everyone, including the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Liberia Medicine and Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA), for making it possible to establish Qunloon’s branch in Liberia.
Mr. David Sumo, Managing Director of the Liberia Medicine and Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA), had told our Health Correspondent in December 2013, that the authority was in the know of Qunloon, including its products. However, Mr. Sumo stated that QLL was told that before they put any product out on the market, the authority had to firstly see the product(s) before they are released on the market. He had confirmed that they were also aware of the first two products — Recharger and Huichun Capsules — that QLL was set to release on the market.
LMHRA is the body responsible to accredit anyone or entity wanting to import and sell (retail or wholesale) medicinal products on the Liberian market.