Wild oats extract 20:1 | Avena sativa

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Wild oat is a grain commonly cultivated in Europe, Asia and North America. As a herbal ingredient, it is particularly known for its impact on libido and the quality of sexual life. What is more, it helps to neutralize the negative consequences of stress, therefore enhancing the ability to wind down and relax. Additionally, it stabilizes the blood sugar level.


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Wild oats extract 20:1 | Avena sativa

Properties: Perhaps the word “oats” for most of us brings about an image of wide fields and maybe a bowl of cereal. Indeed, avena sativa is one of the most common grains, just as wheat, rye or barley. There is however a less known thing about this plant, namely its herbal potential. Although our ancestors initially considered oats to be weeds, they readily appreciated their medical properties and applied them as a remedy to quite a few unpleasant ailments. Nowadays, avena sativa is also popularly used as a supplement as the list of its proven healthy properties is quite impressive. 

Avena sativa owes its popularity mainly to the impact on libido – in both main sexes. The results of clinical trials demonstrated that the supplementation of oats extract helps to increase the quality of sexual life. Both men and women who took part in the studies reported higher satisfaction attained during the intercourse and higher intensity of sensual stimulation. Since regular consumption of oats increases the level of testosterone, men might find this supplement especially interesting. Due to this effect, avena sativa extract is often included in the products advertised as natural potency enhancement.. 

However, from time to time our organism demands a break, and we feel like slowing down and taking some rest. This is especially needed when we are faced with overwhelming, stressful situations. In this case, avena sativa extract will particularly come in handy as it leads to the improvement of stress resilience. Therefore, it helps to keep the mind calm and the body relaxed – even in tough circumstances.  

What is more, avena sativa extract will be useful for people who wish to lose some extra pounds. It has been proven that oats support weight loss. This is possible, because their active compounds regulate the glucose level in blood. Therefore, they limit the accumulation of fat tissue and help to keep the appetite down. Additionally, oats supplementation helps to limit the blood cholesterol level, specifically its “bad” fraction. Thus, it is an excellent addition to any diet program. On top of that, it efficiently prevents the development of cardiovascular diseases and ailments that stem from overaccumulation of lipids on the cellular level. 

Just think about it… So many benefits in the plants that used to be considered just a weed! And the list goes on… Its full scope definitely could take more space than this limited description. However, it might be more practical to just try out avena sativa extract and experience its benefits firsthand. 

Occurrence: Common oat (Avena sativa) is an annual cereal plant belonging to the Poaceae family. It is often cultivated in Asia, Europe and North America. The plants can reach up to 1 meter in height. Relatively large inflorescences (so-called panicles) are formed at the top of the stalk. Since the remaining grains form ears, these panicles are a distinctive feature of oats. Oats were initially considered a weed growing in spelt wheat (Triticum spelta). However, gradually they gained more popularity thanks to their low soil quality requirements and high adaptability. In Europe, the first traces of the cultivation of this plant were found in Germanic settlements from the Bronze Age (1700-1500 BCE) located in the territory of modern Switzerland and Denmark. In China, the first plantations of oats were established only in the 7th century.

In traditional medicine of the West, oats have been used for ages. Ancient Greeks already acknowledged its medical potential. For instance, the Greek doctor Pedanius Dioscorides, the author of “The Materia Medica”, incorporated oats in his praxis. He used oat mucus for cough, grain pulp for indigestion, and roasted grains as a compress for spleen ailments. In the old days, a warm oat decoction was prepared in which the frostbitten feet or hands were soaked to relieve the pain. 

Such a procedure could have been repeated over a few consecutive days, until the swelling and inflammation were gone. A belief popular in these times claimed that daily consumption of oats restores youthful appearance and… sexual performance. 

Biochemistry: The substance that oats owes its properties to is primarily beta-glucan – one of the components of dietary fiber. Chemically speaking, it is classified as a polysaccharide. Some of the more interesting ingredients are also avenanthramides – derivatives of cinnamic acids found exclusively in this grain. Apart from them, oats also contain: phytosterols, polyphenols, B, A, D, E and K vitamins, as well as minerals (zinc, calcium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, manganese, selenium and silicon). The nutritional and energy value of oats is relatively high as it contains 2-3 times more fat than other grains. This fat is a mixture of saturated and unsaturated acids, the most important of which are: linoleic, oleic and palmitic acids.

Fun fact: Common oats contain little gluten and therefore cannot be used to bake bread. Nevertheless, it is used to produce gluten-free flour, groats and cereals. Moreover, it is needed to produce an “oat drink”, colloquially known as “oat milk”. It is one of the forms of plant-based milk (the others are e.g. soy milk, rice milk or almond milk), which is an alternative to animal milk.

How does Wild oats extract 20:1 | Avena sativa work?

Improves the quality of sexual life: The results of clinical trials have proven that oats have a positive impact on libido and improve the sensuality during an intercourse. During one of the tests, the volunteers who regularly supplemented oats extract, reported an increased sensitivity of the genitals. Quantitatively, the sensitivity increased by 22% in men and 15% in women. This led to an increase in orgasm frequency of 36% and 29% respectively. Additionally, scientists observed an upregulation of testosterone level in men.

Supports stress resilience: The results of scientific studies demonstrated that the supplementation with oats extract helps to increase stress resilience. This is evident when observing the decreased intensity of physiological reactions (such as blood pressure or heart rate) to stressful situations. Interestingly, scientists have also observed an effect of oats extract supplementation on the brain’s electrical activity. Namely, it promotes alpha brain waves (on the frequency between 8 and 13 Hz) that induce the state of relaxation. This frequency is also associated with quick information absorption and thus is often used in speed learning techniques.

Helps to control body weight: The results of multiple studies have proven that regular supplementation with oats extract normalizes blood glucose level. Eating foods rich in simple sugars, such as sweets, white bread or fast food, quickly increases this parameter. This causes a rapid burst of insulin and a quick uptake of glucose by the cells. However, this amount of glucose can generate more energy than the body needs at any given time. Therefore, its excess is stored in the adipose tissue. Oats help to keep the blood glucose at the proper level. In this way, they might prevent the attacks of rapacious hunger and make it easier to refrain from snacking between meals.

Supports the heart and circulation: Beta-glucan found in oats extract helps to control blood cholesterol level. Among other things, it reduces the absorption of cholesterol from food, reduces the concentration of its “bad” LDL fraction and slightly increases the concentration of the “good” HDL fraction. Lowering the level of the former is also possible thanks to the antioxidant action of avenanthramides and other oat components. Additionally, they help to normalize blood pressure. Thanks to this, oats are an effective support in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases, such as coronary heart disease, heart attack and atherosclerosis.

Wild oats extract 20:1 | Avena sativa product specification


  • powdered raw ingredient
  • extract 20:1 from the seeds of Avena sativa
  • steel measuring tool 0.60 ml ~ 450 mg
  • airtight ALU-PET bag
  • nutrition, neuroregulation, herbal medicine
  • ingredient admitted to trading in the EU and the US

How to use Wild oats extract 20:1 | Avena sativa?


  • 400 – 800 mg
  • 1 – 2
  • with or without food
  • during the day / before bedtime
  • 12 weeks of using – 4 weeks of break

How to stack Wild oats extract 20:1 | Avena sativa?

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