Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to enjoy a firm erection long enough to have sex. Although impotence is more common in older men, this problem has recently started occurring at younger ages. Could it be that poor sexual health is another industrial disease triggered from side effects of drugs, processed foods or environmental toxins?

Just having trouble getting an erection once in a while isn’t considered an erectile dysfunction. But if the issue persists, it can increase stress levels and devastate a man’s self-esteem.

Historically referred to as impotence, ED was once a forbidden topic. Most men believed poor sexual health was strictly an emotional event or caused from getting old. Today we have a more intimate understanding about male sexual response and function than before.

Now we accept erectile dysfunction as the biological imbalance that it is, rather than an imaginary phenomenon. Truth is historically many great men have enjoyed functioning erections well into their twilight years. So, why shouldn’t you?

Although it can be embarrassing to talk about sexual issues, finding help for erectile dysfunction is well worth the effort. Today many people who suffer from heart disease, diabetes and obesity have erectile dysfunction. So it’s important to take erectile failure seriously because it can be a symptom of more serious health problems.

Clearly there is a connection between vitality and a healthy libido.

Every ancient civilization had its sexual tonics that men have used for both desire and stamina. Today science has confirmed that these same herbs, exotic fruits, and potent vegetables can enhance overall health and optimize erection in sexual performance.

Let take a quick look at just a few of these, in hopes of understanding the relationship between functional food and sexual health a little better.

Below I have compiled information translated from ancient Ayurvedic texts going back to the 5th up through the 19th centuries:
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1. Ashwagandha (Withania Somnifera):

Recommended in the ancient Kama Sutra for heightening sexual experience, Ashwagandha is easily the most potent aphrodisiac in the entire botanical kingdom. It has the ability to restore sexual drive, increase endurance and improve overall vitality while promoting a calm state of mind. Ashwagandha has been used for thousands of year to treat impotence, premature ejaculation, infertility, and erectile dysfunction.

2. Shatavari (Asparagus Racemosus):

Shatavari is a rejuvenating herb that soothes the body to relieve stress, nurtures the reproductive system, and strengthens and nourishes tissues. When combined properly with Ashwagandha, Shatavari takes lovemaking capacity to new levels.

3. Atmagupta (Mucuna Pruriens):

This rare herb from India contains high levels of naturally occurring L-Dopa . . . the world’s most extensively researched amino acid. L-Dopa is one of the few substances that cross the blood brain barrier to convert into Dopamine. Dopamine is a very powerful neurotransmitter that stimulates the hypothalamus and pituitary glands to release growth hormone, increase testosterone levels, boost libido, and increase sperm count.

4. Gokshura (Tribulus Terrestris):

Gokshura is a sex and mood enhancer that stimulates the production of the Luteinizing Hormone (LH). When LH levels are elevated, the natural production of testosterone also increases. LH is a hormone that also increases sex drive and virility. Laboratory studies have found that Gokshura increases sperm count after being taken for 30 days and can result in better than 50% increase in testosterone levels. Gokshura has a tremendous positive impact on strength and stamina for erection.

5. Vidari (Pueraria Tuberosa):

The root of this plant has alterative, aphrodisiac, tonic, stimulant properties, which are traditionally used to treat male infertility and ED.

6. Jaiphal (Myristica Fragrans):

Jaiphal is the dried kernel of the fruit of a tall and evergreen tree found in southern parts of India. It acts as an aphrodisiac by stimulating the central nervous system and warming the loins. Being carminative in action it hastens the absorption of other herbs and enhances their effect. While increasing and maintaining sexual health and vigor, Jaiphal has a tranquilizing effect that helps to avert premature ejaculation.

7. Shveta Mushali (Asparagus Adscendens):

Mushali is an aphrodisiac that promotes semen production. The origin of it’s use can be traced back to about 4000 years ago when the divine physician brothers (Ashwini Kumars) prepared a love tonic with one of the ingredients being Asparagus Adscendens for “Chyavan Rishi” who married at the age of 80 years. There’s no doubt why this is acclaimed as a rejuvenator of sexual health and desire.

8. Ardraka (Zingiber Officinale):

Gingerol, the active compound in Ginger is valued for its cardio-tonic properties. Gingerol stimulates peripheral circulation to the extremities resulting in a warming effect on the testicles and improved functioning of penile muscles. Ancient and modern Ayurvedic practitioners also rely on Ginger as a “carrier” herb that enables other herbs to react more effectively in the body, addressing impotence.

9. Pippali (Piper Longum):

In ancient medicinal literature reputed to promote physical and mental health, improve defense mechanisms of the body, and enhance longevity during sex. This herb yields an alkaloid called Piperine. Piperine is a proven bio enhancer that increases the availability of nutritional substances. Pippali stimulates thermogenic response or the release of metabolic heat energy in the body causing a noticeable “warming of the loins” as a precursor to sexual activity.

10. Akarkarabh (Anacyclus Pyrethrum):

Akarkarabh induces sexual strength by exerting rejuvenate, vitalizing action on the reproductive organs and making them more sensitive to sexual stimulation. At the same time, this adaptogenic herb soothes the impact of stress, the common cause of sexual problems, by nourishing the nervous system and supporting circulation in the area of the reproductive system.

11. Nirgudi (Vitex Negundo):

The leaf extract of Nirgudi stimulates the pituitary gland and its production of Luteinizing Hormone (LH). When LH levels are elevated, the natural production of testosterone also increases. LH is a hormone that also increases sex drive and virility. Nirgudi provides nutritional support to joints and cleansing respiratory passageways to alleviate the physical exertion required during prolonged erection and sexual activity.

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The herbs mentioned above have been traditionally used in the management of ED for millennia. My point being, only recently has mankind started consuming so many drugs. The question is why wouldn’t you choose a time-tested natural remedy for sexual health rather than risking your health with toxic man-made chemicals?

It’s really no mystery why ED drug labels are riddled with side effect warnings . . . they’re NOT natural.

I tried my best to impress on you the vital importance of educating before medicating. Don’t worry . . . most of the work ahead of you has already been done for you.

All you need to do is be willing to improve your health. Erectile dysfunction is NOT a drug deficiency. Nature has provided the minerals, nutrients and cofactors to promote normal erection and sexual functionality.

Besides, didn’t you know all drugs are adulterations of what already existed in nature? Drugs are synthetic patented versions of what Mama Nature already perfected to treat impotence.

The good news is, the choice for vitality and sexual health is completely up to you and always has been.

Now that you know better, let’s help your body get better!

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