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In today’s video, you will learn about three homemade, natural medicines to treat impotence.
When a man can’t get or maintain a satisfactory erection for sexual intercourse, he may suffer from erectile dysfunction, also known as impotence.
And, contrary to what many people think, this is a common health issue.
According to the Massachusetts Aging Study, it is estimated that half of all men have suffered from erectile dysfunction at some point in their lives.
The causes of erectile dysfunction are diverse and classified into two categories: physical and emotional (psychological).
If you had it at some point in your life and are bothered by it, our first suggestion is that you schedule a visit to a urologist.
The doctor will identify the cause and recommend the best treatment for your case.
But, until you talk to your doctor, these homemade medicines can help you naturally treat your impotence.
tea Tribulus terrestris, also known as puncturevine, has properties that increase testosterone production. It is used to treat impotence and also elevates sexual appetite.
Korean ginseng and maca root tea
Korean ginseng, also known for its scientific name Panax ginseng, is a plant that improves energy and sexual stimuli. It also seems to affect the corpus cavernosum of the penis. It facilitates blood flow and, thus, a satisfactory erection.
Catuaba root tea
Anemopaegma arvense, whose popular name is Catuaba, is a plant native to the Brazilian Cerrado vegetation. It is used to increase libido and improve male sexual performance.
Sexual impotence can be treated with medications prescribed by a doctor or hormonal replacement therapy.
If the causes are psychological, with the help of a psychiatrist or psychologist.
Try these teas and then share your experience with us.
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