Herbal remedies for impotence

Posted on 11 September, 2020 || Tags: | |
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Erectile dysfunction (otherwise known as impotence) is common occurrence now. Erectile dysfunction is affecting about 30 million Americans between ages of 30 and 70. And several millions of individuals are also afflicted across Europe, Asia and other parts of the world. About 80% cases of erectile dysfunction are as a result of circulatory problems, drug adverse effects, hormonal imbalance, and prostate challenge. High blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, depression, smoking and excessive consumption of alcohol are also unambiguous causes. In addition a decline in male hormones, increase in male infertility and a global drop in sperm count is largely as a result of the estrogen-like effects of pesticides and other ecological toxins. Therefore infertility which couples experienced is also due to the male about 35% of cases. “Male menopause” expressed as a drop in testosterone and associated functions, is also a reality of life.

Certain herbs have the same properties compare to Viagra; improve the rate of circulation to the pelvic area and penis. Others work through mental relaxation or by activating particular brain regions. Notably, adaptogenic and tonic herbs have prolong androgen/testosterone–building effects, stimulating the pituitary, adrenals and gonads to stabilize hormones and promote sex drive. Viagra or any drug does none of these. The end result is usually an enduring improvement in sexual health and the general well being.

Impotence is generally common in men who are suffering from diabetes; the general estimate is that 50% of diabetic men are impotent and that the rest 50 % will turn out to be impotent within a reasonable period of time.
Imbalances in hormone such as small levels of thyroid hormone may also add to the problem. The low levels of the testosterone are seldom the cause of ED. Testosterone is basically in charge of the process of desire, never erectile dysfunction. Though of course, be short of desire could be the quandary. In reality if desire is not there in the first instance, it is problematic to either get or sustain an erection. Loss of sexual desire may be due to depression, illness, or medications, and certainly, a disappearing attraction for one’s partner.

Erectile dysfunction may be categorized into chronic or returning, or it may happen as an isolated occurrence. Usually one or two incidence is hardly considered as impotence, though they may be disturbing at the time. In the years gone by, impotence was seen fundamentally as a psychological problem. However as at now, a number of therapists and physicians are of the opinion that about 85 percent of all occurrences of impotence have some physical foundation. According to the Association for Male Sexual Dysfunction they are more than 200 drugs that may cause impotence. The most common are anti-hypertensives, blood-pressure drugs, cancer chemotherapy, diuretics, narcotics, nicotine, sedatives, alcohol, antidepressants, antihistamines, steroids (when subjected to abuse), stomach acid inhibitors, and ulcer medications. Atherosclerosis is a kind of arteriosclerosis that constitute a danger to the state of both the heart and the penis (impotence can, as a matter of fact, be an indication of atherosclerosis). Today a high percentage of people are aware that smoking and the consumption of fatty foods lead to the formation of plaques that clog up arteries and block the supply of blood to the heart. These plaques can equally obstruct the arteries carrying blood to the genitals, thus tampering with the capacity to have an erection.

In case of impotence, we recommend taking:

Herbal Remedies

  • Ashwaganda-Withania somnifera
    This is an ancient tonic for enhancing long life and vigor. It is also good for increasing sperm count. This herb normalizes reproductive hormones and improves endurance and fatigue.
  • Astragalus-Milk Vetch/Astragalus membranaceous
    Astragalus is known to increase sperm count, vigor, power and sexual function. It enhances nervous and immune functions
  • Chaste Tree-Agnus castus
    Chase Tree is good for treating impotence, infertility and emissions, particularly in old age, from sexual overindulgence, too much masturbation or after venereal disease. It regulates the pituitary and
    increases testosterone.
  • Cordyceps-Cordyceps sinensis
    It is an excellent herb for impotence. Also it improves sexual ability and release of reproductive hormones. Cordyceps increases sperm motility and is useful in taking care of fatigue.
  • Damiana-Turneria aphrodisiaca
    It enhances circulation in the penis and clitoris, thus increases sensitivity. It enhances bliss, activates sexual performance and eases nervousness. Damiana improves hormonal and nervous systems. It equally has testosterone-like effects on the body.
  • Ginkgo-Ginkgo biloba
    Ginkgo is known to promote blood circulation to the penis, thus help erectile function. It takes care of impotence due to antidepressant drugs and also effective for depression.
  • Ginseng-Panax ginseng
    Ginseng is an invigorating tonic and adaptogen. This herb excellently assist impotent men have a 60% increase in sex drive and capacity to attain erection. Ginseng increases production of sperm, growth of testes and testosterone levels.
  • Maca-Lepidium meyenii
    Maca is a time-honored Peruvian aphrodisiac and cure for impotence and infertility. It also increases sex drive and sexual stamina It equally improves erectile dysfunction and increases sperm count. It improves physical ability and helps sustain activity in geriatric men.
  • Muira Puama-Ptychopetalum olacoides
    Muira Puama enhances sexual desire and help in maintaining erection.
    It also increases production of sex hormone. It increases libido by 62% and take care of impotence in 51%.
  • Oats-Avena sativa
    Oats is extremely good for treating impotence due to nervous exhaustion, overwork and mental stress. It is a neurological tonic, thus improves libido.
  • Sarsaparilla-Smilax officinalis
    Sarsaparilla has precursors to synthesis of male sex hormones. It is locally used in Central and South America, as well as China and Caribbean. It is a tonic and aphrodisiac herb that increases muscle mass and treats erectile dysfunction.
  • Schisandra-Schisandra chinensis
    Schisandra is a sexual tonic and aphrodisiac that stimulates libido and sexual secretions. It improves stamina and longevity. It neutralizes the effects of stimulants.
  • Siberian Ginseng-Eleuthrococcus senticosus
    Siberian Ginseng enhances sexual performance. It increases sperm count. It gives vigor and vitality.
  • Tribulus-Tribulus terrestris
    Tribulus increases sex drive. It perfectly stimulates libido. It is known to increases testosterone and estriol levels significantly (30% in 5 days).
    It should be used in a dosage of 85 -250 mg 3 times per day with meals.
  • Yohimbe-Pausinystalia yohimbe
    This herb enhances capacity to attain and keep erection.
    However it has adrenaline-like activity and potential toxicity.
    It a FDA approved herb for impotence, although it requires 6 to 8 weeks for maximum effect.

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