Can Ginger Cure Erectile Dysfunction – Male Impotence?

Are you suffering from erectile dysfunction or male impotence? This condition is more common than you think. One in five men suffer from erectile dysfunction or male impotence and the number increases as they get older. Before you panic try this cheap and simple natural home remedy.

What causes erectile dysfunction or male impotence?

Male impotence or erectile dysfunction is the inability to reach or maintain an erection, due to some type of blockage, causing insufficient blood flow to the penis. This block could be as a result of hormonal, arterial, neurological, psychological, cavernosal impairment or a combination of all these.

Some contributing factors that might increase the risk of erectile dysfunction or male impotence:

Smoking, alcohol or drug abuse, surgery, certain medications or diseases, activities like bicycling.

The Research

A study, published in the Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology, found that gingerol, an active compound of ginger, improves blood flow and at a dosage 14 times lower than a drug normally used to treat these conditions.

How Ginger works for erectile dysfunction or impotence:

Ginger contains active compounds gingerol and Zingerone. These have a warming effect on the body, stimulating blood circulation, blood flow and reducing blood clots. Ginger is also used as an aphrodisiac.

How to use ginger for erectile dysfunction or male impotence:

Ginger tea:

Add a cup of boiling water to a teaspoon of shredded or grated fresh ginger root.

Steep for at least 10 minutes.

Drink two to three times daily.

Ginger paste:

Combine two teaspoons of grated fresh ginger root with two teaspoons honey Take three times daily.

Here’s to your health!



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