Quick Summary Of What Helps Most Men – (do this before turning to pills and meds)

  • Get more sun if you have mostly been inside
  • Eat healthy raw foods (almonds, bananas, figs)
  • Exercise Daily
  • Stop watching pron
  • Stop masterbation

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Are you always looking for an edge? Would you like to boost your testosterone? Have longer and more satisfying sexual experiences? Be able to take birth control into your own hands without resorting to condoms? Would you like to be able to accomplish this naturally, without the use of pharmaceuticals? You’ve came to the right place.

Why Go Natural?

 Man made chemicals have side effects. Some drugs may be worth the trade off, but natural options have few or no side effects. To illustrate this point, let’s take a look at Viagra. It’s one of the most popular drugs used to treat erectile dysfunction, but is it safe?

 Viagra has a very large number of side effects. Common side effects include headache and flushing. Less common side effects are serious enough to ruin your romantic evening. These include dizziness, a burning sensation, bone pain, painful erections, and many other unpleasant effects. There are over 60 rare side effects, including seizures and loss of bladder control.

 Now let’s look at a natural substance that has the same effects as Viagra, garlic. That’s right, folks. Plain old garlic. Garlic contains allicin, which is a natural antibiotic. It also improves blood flow and dilates blood vessels just like Viagra. What are the side effects? Possible bad breath and a host of health benefits.

 There’s also the question of price. Pharmaceutical companies spend lots of money developing drugs, and they expect a great return on their investment. Name brand Viagra can cost more than $50 per pill. Garlic, on the other hand, costs a few dollars for enough to last you a week.

 The third reason that you may choose to go natural is that it isn’t necessary to have an awkward talk with your doctor to obtain them. You can order them online, pick them up in health food stores, or even your grocery store. If you do choose to order them online, they are usually shipped in discrete packaging to maintain your privacy.

 The last reason to go natural is that there are simply more options. When it comes to male birth control there are no pharmaceutical options currently available, but there are natural ones that have proven to be effective.

Starting With A Physical 

 This information is about being able to take your sexual health into your own hands. However, it’s still best if your journey begins with a visit to your doctor. Ask your doctor to check your vitamin levels, inflammation, and testosterone levels. This will give you a good starting point, because you will have a better idea of what is causing your symptoms. Knowing what the underlying problems are will greatly increase your success with these natural treatments. Your doctor can also let you know if there are any supplements that you should avoid due to health conditions or medications that you are taking. You should also discuss any medications you are taking, and ask if that could be causing your symptoms, because your doctor may be able to change your medication.

Testosterone

Testosterone is an important hormone in men’s health. It helps to maintain muscle mass, bone density, and sex drive. A man’s testosterone level peaks in early adulthood. It then begins dropping a little at a time. Starting at age 30, your levels will drop an average of 1-2% a year. When it drops too low, you have a condition called Low T. There are prescription treatments for Low T. If you are in the normal range for your age group, however, your doctor isn’t likely to treat your Low T with prescription drugs. Even though your testosterone is in the normal range, you can still experience symptoms associated with Low T, especially a decrease in your sex drive. Many doctors also neglect to inform their patients that once you start a prescription testosterone treatment, your body stops making its own. Your testes can soften and shrink. If you’ve been taking it for more than a month, you’ll likely feel terrible if you try to stop, because your body won’t be able to make nearly enough testosterone. The good news is there are many ways to boost your testosterone naturally.

 We’ve all seen the marketing campaigns for low testosterone cures. They usually consist of a clearly distressed man with his head in his hands sitting at the edge of a bed while his sexually unfulfilled wife is sitting somewhere in the background with her arms crossed.

For many men, this frustrating scenario is all too familiar. In a society that places a high value on masculinity, it can be a problem. When you factor in the health implications and psychological impact, it becomes a serious problem.

What is Testosterone?

First things first, what is testosterone? Sure, you know it’s the male hormone but what else should you know about it? According to the Mayo Clinic, testosterone is produced in the testes and is responsible for bone density, fat distribution, and red blood cell production.

However, when men begin to notice a decline in their testosterone, it’s usually due to its more obvious and classical functions: muscle strength and mass, facial and body hair, sex drive, and sperm production. In short, all of the characteristics that define what it is to be a man.

When the outward manly qualities appear to be deteriorating, it can have a real psychological effect which can exacerbate the problem. This reality makes men who believe they suffer from low testosterone ripe for snake oil salesmen.

As a side note, some people may be surprised to find out that women have small amounts of testosterone while men have small amounts of estrogen, the so-called female hormone. Unfortunately, it seems that the levels of the two hormones are related. When the testosterone in men falls, estrogen goes up.

What are the Signs of Low Testosterone?

Like many ailments, there is a tendency to self-diagnose and resort to the latest and greatest over-the-counter remedy. Adding to the problem is a stigma associated with going to the doctor for any reason and certainly for going to the doctor because you are becoming less manly.

A proper diagnosis of hypogonadism, the medical term for low testosterone, by a medical professional is necessary. Whatever over-the-counter remedy you believe to have found is at best, ineffective, and at worst, dangerous.

According to AskMen.com and Fox News, here are the warning signs that might indicate your testosterone is declining:

  • Sleep problems
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Excess fat gain
  • Breast growth/tenderness
  • Heart disease
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Decreased libido
  • Depression
  • Lethargy
  • Lack of body hair
  • Shrunken testicles
  • Decreased immune system

It’s important to understand that several of these symptoms could be related to other health issues such as thyroid problems or diabetes. Additionally, several could just be symptoms of growing old.

When does Testosterone, Levels Begin to Fall?

Testosterone levels are measured in nanograms per deciliter of blood (ng/dl) with a normal range of 300 to 1000. A second test will measure what is called “free” testosterone, a normal range for which is between 150 and 250 picograms per milliliter (pg/ml).

“BMJ’s Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin says that around 20% of 60 year old men, and half of those in their eighties, have testosterone levels below the normal range for younger men.” While these statistics are not any help to a man who is experiencing low testosterone, it might be comforting to someone that has yet to be diagnosed. The problem can be fixed by something other than hormone therapy if the cause of the symptoms is something other than low testosterone, for instance a sedentary lifestyle.

If you’re feeling alone, take solace knowing that our female counterparts can commiserate. Women are familiar with drops in their primary hormone as they age – it’s called menopause.

Are there Natural Boosters for Testosterone?

Before considering supplements or therapy, there are natural ways to boost your testosterone that are also generally good ideas for your health. And while you’re probably tired of being told to exercise and eat better, when you see the list of possible side effects relating to hormone therapy, you just might consider a diet.

Eat Better

A contributor to a decrease in testosterone is obesity. In fact, according to The Atlantic, “even 15 pounds makes a huge difference to their level. Most … actually have 50 pounds to lose.” The aforementioned com article concurs and paints an even more grim picture, “excess fat storage means that your body will typically begin to ramp up cortisol and estrogen production — and decrease testosterone production in response.“

Exercise

Any sort of exercise is good but lifting weights is particularly good for low testosterone. “Your body responds to lifting weights by creating testosterone. Your testosterone levels can adapt to your body’s needs. If you spend most of your time lying on the couch, your brain gets the message that you don’t need as much to bolster your muscles and bones.”

Stress Management

The effects of stress on hormone levels is well documented. Stress, like excess fat storage, “triggers an increase in cortisol, a hormone in the body associated with sleep patterns. Additionally, cortisol and testosterone act similarly to estrogen and testosterone. When cortisol goes up, testosterone goes down. Therefore, increasing testosterone naturally, like through exercise, can also work to lower stress levels, which is also good for you heart.

Sleep More

Your body manufactures testosterone while you sleep, so a lack of sleep can lower your testosterone levels. Your levels drop by 1%-2% a year as you age. However, a lack of sleep can lower your testosterone by 10%-15% after one week with 5 hours of sleep. Getting at least 8 hours of sleep a night is essential for your sexual health.

As mentioned earlier, low testosterone can lead to fatigue. A study discussed on EveryDayHealth.com “found a progressive loss of energy over the week of sleep deprivation.” Furthermore, “it seems that normal testosterone production requires restful, undisturbed sleep.” Therefore, not only do you need to sleep more, you need to sleep better. This means cutting back on caffeine which can inhibit your ability to reach REM.

Check Your Meds

Double check the side effects of your medications. While you certainly shouldn’t stop taking any prescribed medications, if you find out that something you are taking can decrease your testosterone, have a conversation with your doctor about how serious the side effect is and whether there are alternative medications.

Sugar

Unfortunately sugar also lowers your testosterone levels. Sugar can lower your testosterone levels by 25%. A low sugar diet can help you immensely if you would like to increase your testosterone.

 Zinc

 Zinc is an important mineral for your body. Studies have found that many men with Low T also have low zinc levels. You can incorporate more zinc into your diet by eating red meat, poultry, beans, nuts, lobster, crab, and whole grains. Oysters have high amounts of zinc, which may explain why they are thought to increase sex drive. You can also take a zinc supplement if you find it hard to get enough zinc in your diet.

Vitamin D 

Vitamin D plays many important role in your body. It keeps your bones strong, keeps fatigue at bay, keeps your sperm healthy, and increases your testosterone. The best source of vitamin D is the sun. Getting sun exposure around noon time will boost your Vitamin D production. If sun exposure isn’t an option, you may need a Vitamin D supplement. Your doctor can check your vitamin d levels, and give you a supplement that can be taken once weekly. You can also purchase an over the counter vitamin D supplement.

Fat

 Despite popular belief, your body needs fat to function correctly. Saturated and unsaturated fats are essential for your body to build testosterone. Olive oil, coconut oil, grass fed butter, nuts and nut oils, eggs, and meats are all excellent sources of fat.

Is Hormone Therapy a Viable Option?

Yes. Hormone therapy for low testosterone has been proven to be successful though not without side effects. Hormone therapy basically falls into three categories:

  • Gel –
  • Patch –
  • Injections – An example of successful therapy in the form of shots

What are the Side Effects of Hormone Therapy?

According to the mayo clinic, possible risks relating to testosterone therapy include

  • sleep apnea — a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and – starts
  • Cause acne or other skin reactions
  • Stimulate noncancerous growth of the prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia) and growth of existing prostate cancer
  • Enlarge breasts
  • Limit sperm production or cause testicle shrinkage
  • Increase the risk of a blood clot forming in a deep vein (deep vein thrombosis), which could break loose, travel through your bloodstream and lodge in your lungs, blocking blood flow (pulmonary embolism) by increasing your red blood cell concentration
  • Lowers the good cholesterol (HDL)

Testosterone Boosting Supplements

According to Mike Roussell, Ph.D., a nutritionist with Men’s Health, only one supplement that actually appears to increase testosterone: D-Aspartic Acid. Though, after a month of use, studies show that your testosterone levels return to normal and there is no effect on your ability to build muscle.

 Fenugreek

Fenugreek has been popular for many years because of its ability to aid breast milk production. However, it has recently been discovered to have benefits for men as well. It is commonly found in testosterone boosting formulas, because it has been shown to increase testosterone levels. There’s more to this story than the headline, however. Fenugreek seems to increase serum testosterone levels by preventing the body from converting it to DHT. DHT has the same effects on the body as testosterone, but it is 3-10 times more potent. However, DHT is also believed to be responsible for male pattern baldness. Many combination supplements list blocking DHT as a benefit, so perhaps it depends on your priorities.

Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha is the number one supplement for men’s sexual health, because it helps with your entire reproductive system. Many supplements increase testosterone, but they also raise other hormone levels including estrogen. No one wants to trade man boobs for virility. Ashwagandha has a multitude of  benefits that reach far beyond simply raising your testosterone level.

Ashwagandha reduces the stress hormone cortisol in your body. This also reduces your stress levels and anxiety. It improves physical strength and muscle mass while shortening recover times after work outs. It improves thinking and memory and increases feelings of well being and happiness.

Ashwagandha has been proven to raise testosterone levels by 17%. It also increases fertility. It can raise your sperm count by 167%. It will also increase your libido, stamina, and performance. If you are going to choose one supplement for your overall sexual health, it should be Ashwagandha.

Libido Enhancers

Are you experiencing a lack of libido or sex drive? This can occur along with other problems like being unable to maintain an erection or premature ejaculation. Some libido enhancers also help treat other issues like Erectile Dysfunction.

Tribulus Terrestris

Tribulus Terrestris is also beneficial for many aspects of men’s health. It is organ protective, particularly cardiovascular and genital health. It doesn’t seem to affect testosterone levels. There have been multiple studies in rats and one in humans that show the herb can boost your libido and help with erectile function.

The exact mechanism of action isn’t known. However, it is known to increase the androgen receptors in your brain. Androgens are responsible for male development, with the most well known being testosterone. This suggests that Tribulus helps your body to use testosterone more effectively. It doesn’t show any fertility boosting effects, which may be a good thing if you are trying to avoid having a child.

Tribulus has been shown to have a positive effect on men with a low sperm count. A study done with men with low sperm count had the men take 6g of Tribulus for 2 months. Nearly half of the men were having problems with erectile function. The study found a 6% improvement in loss of erection and premature ejaculation, and a 9% improvement in rigidity and lack of orgasm.

Kanna

Kanna is a natural antidepressant. It has been used in Africa for 100s of years. It’s known to increase stamina, boost mood, aid in concentration, and raise libido caused by low mood or depression.

Kanna’s effects come from the compound meserbine. Meserbine works as an SSRI, which raises the levels of serotonin and dopamine in the brain. One of the biggest benefits to using kanna is that it can easily replace prescription antidepressants, which are known to cause sexual dysfunction. Kanna is an excellent herb for anyone who suffers from mild to moderate mood disorders, high stress levels, or trouble concentrating, as these issues can contribute to low libido and sexual dysfunction.

Maca

Maca has many health benefits. It is full of nutrients, including B1, B2, B12, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Magnesium, Zinc, Calcium, Phosphorous, and essential alkaloids. Due to its extremely high vitamin and mineral content, Maca is considered a superfood that can nourish your entire body.

It’s particularly effective at normalizing your body’s hormone levels. When our body is functioning properly, our hormones are in balace with each other. A rise in estrogen or progesterone or a drop in testosterone can cause sexual issues in men. Maca works to gently balance these hormones to optimal levels.

In a study conducted on men aged 21-56 took Maca for eight weeks. Maca was shown to increase their sexual desire.

Cordyceps

Codryceps is a fascinating parasitic mushroom that grows on caterpillars in the mountains of China and Tibet. It has been used for over 1,000 years in Chinese medicine. One of the benefits of Cordyceps is that it opens up air passages, allowing your body’s cells to get more oxygen.

As with many other natural substances known to increase sexual health, Cordyceps also improves athletic performance, specifically improving strength, stamina, and muscle mass. It regulates blood pressure, improves blood flow, increases energy, and promotes restful sleep. These properties contribute to its effectiveness as an aphrodisiac. It’s also used as a treatment for erectile dysfunction and infertility.

Cacao

Cacao is the raw form of cocoa, which is used to make chocolate. It has been known as a libido enhancing food for 100’s if not 1,000’s of years. It contains over 700 compounds. This makes it hard to determine the exact benefits of Cacao in a scientific manner. It has certainly been proven to have many health benefits, including the greatest heart health benefits of any compound natural or man made.

Fans of cocoa claim that it enhances feelings of well being, creates euphoria, and increases desire and sexual pleasure. It is known that Cacao has compounds that increase serotonin and dopamine in the brain. Dopamine is linked to sexual desire and pleasure.  Cacao contains a compound known as PEA, which enhances the effects of dopamine. PEA also increases naturally in the brain when we fall in love or achieve orgasm, which may help to explain its aphrodisiac quality.

Sex Coffee

Wake up your libido with sex coffee. It’s a simple recipe that combines several ingredients known to increase sexual desire with coffee for a delicious cup of sexual attraction. You’ll take ? of a cup of coffee, one tablespoon raw cacao, two tablespoons coconut milk, one tablespoon honey, ½ teaspoon cinnamon, and one teaspoon maca. Mix with a hand mixer until well blended for a spicy latte that will spice up your sex life.

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction, or ED, can be extremely frustrating. You may desire to have sex, but not be able to get or maintain an erection. It can affect more than just your sex life. It can put a severe strain on your self esteem as well as your relationship with your partner. There are things you can do that don’t involve little blue pills, however.

Causes of ED

First, it’s important to understand that low testosterone levels isn’t always the cause of ED. If you’ve had your testosterone levels checked and fell in the normal range and aren’t experiencing other symptoms of Low T like low libido and fatigue,  it’s most likely not to blame for your E.D. If it’s not Low T, what is it?

Lack of Blood Flow

Many times E.D. is caused by improper blood flow to your penis. When you get sexually excited, blood flows into your penis. This is what causes you to get an erection. If you aren’t getting adequate blood flow, you will not be able to get a firm erection. You may not be able to get an erection at all, or your erection may not be as firm as it used to be. You can picture this as a balloon filling up with air. As more air goes in, the balloon gets larger and firmer. If the balloon opening is squeezed shut, the air can’t go in, and the balloon won’t inflate.

PDE5

The other common culprit for E.D. is PDE5. PDE5 is essentially what makes your penis go flaccid when you are done having sex. However, PDE5 can prevent you from maintaining an erection if it is released at the wrong time. Picture our balloon again. No matter how much air you put into the balloon, if you prick a hole in it, it will quickly deflate. Drugs like Viagra work by inhibiting PDE5. However, this can also lead to erections that won’t go down, and land you in the emergency room.

The Role of inflammation

inflammation is a problem for millions of people. It’s been linked to many serious diseases. What does it have to do with Erectile Dysfunction? Inflammation can cause your blood vessels to narrow, which decreases the blood flow to your penis. One study found that the markers for inflammation were present in all of the patients tested for erectile dysfunction. Your doctor can check your inflammation levels with a blood test. However, you likely suffer from inflammation if you have signs of inflammation. Signs of inflammation include diarrhea or constipation, fatigue, skin rashes, joint pain or stiffness, and sinus problems.

Improving Blood Flow

improving blood flow is helpful if you can’t get an erection at all or if your erection isn’t sufficiently firm. There are natural ways to improve blood flow so you can get the erection that you desire. Keep in mind that many natural treatments take time to work, while others have quicker effects.

Natural Anti-Inflammatories

Natural anti-inflammatories are a great way to treat the underlying cause of your E.D. However, they may take one to two months before you see noticeable results.

Ginger

Ginger was known as an aphrodisiac in China, and it’s still used in traditional Chinese medicine today. You can drink ginger tea, add it to your food, or take a supplement. Ginger doesn’t interact with medications or other herbs, and it’s good for your general health. One specific compound, gingerol, has been shown to improve blood flow and increase circulation.

Turmeric

Turmeric can help with E.D. as well as a host of other health conditions. It increases your heart health by raising HDL, lowering cholesterol, and significantly lowering Fibronegen. Fibronegen helps your blood clot. High levels are associated with inflammation and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. It also helps protect your arteries, which is essential to maintaining healthy erections as you age. It also raises your levels of nitric oxide, making it a good complement to other nitric oxide boosting supplements. It can also be combined with ginger.

Garlic and Cayenne Pepper

Cayenne pepper is proven to improve circulation and reduce inflammation. It is a natural vascodialator, meaning that it helps open blood vessels. Capsaicin is the active ingredient in cayenne, but it’s also packed with antioxidants. It’s useful in treating inflammatory conditions like arthritis and gastrointestinal disorders as well as E.D. The active compound in garlic, allicin, also increases blood flow and helps to dilate blood vessels. If you enjoy the taste of these two items, you can incorporate them into your cooking. Crushing the garlic and allowing it to stand for ten minutes before cooking is believed to help preserve the active compounds.

Nitric Oxide Boosters

Nitric oxide is essential to being able to get and maintain an erection. Nitric oxide boosters can help you get the firm erections you’ve been dreaming of, naturally.

L-Arginine

L-Arginine is commonly recommended for heart health. It is produced naturally by the body. However, supplementing with this potent vascodialator can help you achieve erections. It increases blood flow to the penis and increases your nitric oxide levels.

Pine Bark Extract

Pine Bark Extract has been used historically for many issues, including those involving circulation and male reproductive health. Study of Pine Bark Extract has revealed that it is helpful in maintaining prostate health, infertility, and erectile dysfunction. Pycogenol is a trademarked compound derived from Pine Bark.

One double blind study involving Pycogenol showed a 56% improvement in men with E.D. The men also had a 16% increase in testosterone levels. It is believed to alleviate E.D. by boosting nitric oxide production. It is commonly combined with L-Arginine.

Korean Ginseng

Ginseng is thought to improve energy levels, boost memory, aid weight loss, and a host of other things. While there is little evidence to support most of these claims, there is evidence that shows it can help with E.D. by boosting nitric oxide levels. There are three different types of ginseng known as Korean Ginseng, Siberian Ginseng, and American Ginseng. Korean Ginseng is the only one proven to help with E.D. It is also known as Red Ginseng, Panax Ginseng, and Chinese Ginseng.

One study involved 45 Korean men with moderate to severe E.D. This study was well done, placebo controlled, and double blind. After eight weeks of treatment, the men receiving ginseng reported stronger and more rigid erections as well as sexual satisfaction. Ginseng can also be combined with L-Arginine for increased effect.

Ginseng contains ginsenosides. These ginsenosides appear to be responsible for the increased nitric oxide production, according to a study done in rats. Selecting quality ginseng is important for quality results. Unfortunately, at least 25% of the ginseng supplements on the market don’t have the potency they claim, so it pays to do your research before purchasing a supplement.

Muira Pruna

It isn’t known exactly how Muira Pruna works, but it is traditionally used by Amazon cultures. It is known as the “potent wood”, which seems an accurate description given recent evidence. Muira Pruna has been shown to increase blood flow to the groin, treat E.D., and boost libido. It is believed to boost testosterone as well, but this hasn’t been scientifically proven. It is known to be an aphrodisiac for women as well, so it may be beneficial to take it with your partner.

In a study of 262 men with low libido and erectile dysfunction, 62% reported a significant increase in libido and 51% reported they were able to achieve satisfactory erections after two weeks of treatment.

Catuaba Bark

Catuaba Bark is another Amazonian plant that is traditionally used to treat E.D. and boost libido in men and women. It is known as a mild central nervous system stimulant. Despite it’s traditional use for erectile dysfunction, there is no scientific proof that it works. Anecdotal evidence suggests it takes two weeks to see results, and that it is most effective when combined with Muira Pruna.

DHEA

DHEA is a precursor hormone. This means that the body uses it to make the hormones that the body needs, including testosterone. DHEA is produced by the adrenal gland, but it is also produced by the brain. DHEA in the brain. DHEA in the brain helps regulate serotonin and GABA, which are believed to play a role in proper sexual functioning for both sexes. DHEA levels peak at 20 years, and then they begin to drop. By 60, your DHEA levels will only be 5% to 15% of what they were at 20.

DHEA is believed to be helpful for men with low testosterone, but they aren’t the only ones to see benefits. One study conducted in 1994 found that men with E.D. have lower than normal levels of DHEA, even though their testosterone levels were normal. Many men reported dramatic improvements in sexual functioning after four months of treatment.

PDE5 Inhibitors

PDE5 inhibitors help you get and keep a strong erection. They have the same effect as prescription E.D. treatments.

Horny Goat Weed

Horny Goat Weed has its roots in traditional Chinese medicine. It’s long history of use suggests it is effective for treating erectile dysfunction. It is known that a compound in Horny Goat Weed, known as icarilin, is a PDE5 inhibitor. In vitro (test tube) studies show that icarilin is a much weaker PDE5 inhibitor than Viagra. However, there have been no human trials with Horny Goat Weed, so it may have effects in the human body that make it more effective. There’s lots of anecdotal evidence, particularly when Horny Goat Weed is combined with other herbs.

Black Ginger

Black Ginger’s scientific name is Kaempferia Parviflora. It’s traditionally used in Thai medicine for its health promoting and stimulating properties. Studies in mice showed it had many health benefits, including lowering blood glucose and promoting weight loss. It’s known to be an effective PDE5 inhibitor. It also increases dopamine and blood flow to the testes. While scientists have mixed thoughts on Black Ginger, there is one scientific study that backs up its use for male potency.

One small but very thorough study involved 45 elderly men. They were divided into three groups, with one group given a placebo, and the other two given different doses of Black Ginger. The study found significant improvement in size and length of the penises in flaccid and rigid states. They also found men were able to get an erection more quickly in response to visual stimuli.

Should You Purchase Combination Supplements?

Surely it’s simpler to purchase a ready made herbal formula to rev up your sex life than to choose your own ingredients and track them down? Right? The fact is that it is simpler, and it may even be cheaper. The problem is you don’t really know what’s in those supplements, and the ingredients in them may not be the most effective ones for you.

One example is weight loss and body building supplements that were found to contain a chemical almost identical to methamphetamine. The substance was first discovered in nine dietary supplements. Doctors claim it is a powerful stimulant and a serious health risk, but the FDA waited two years to pull it from store shelves. Supplements can have hidden ingredients and/or weak versions of listed ingredients. There are some legitimate supplements out there, but you should be careful with the one that you choose.

Other studies have found drugs similar to Viagra in sexual health supplements. This is very common, because backyard chemists find analogues of the drugs and put them into supplements. There is no information on their safety, and some deaths have occurred because of this. While it is illegal, very few are ever prosecuted for it.

How to Find a Safe Supplement

If you would like to purchase a combination supplement, you should check the FDA website. They keep an updated list of products that have been tested that are tainted with illegal ingredients. This isn’t a guarantee of safety if the product you are interested in isn’t on the list, but it will at least increase the odds that it is safe. There were about 40 products placed on the list in 2016 alone. Many consumers use reviews to decide if a product is safe or effective. Unfortunately, when it comes to male sexual health supplements, every review you find seems to be trying to sell you a product. This makes the reviews biased at best.

Male Birth Control

Natural male birth control. Yes, you read that right. Despite popular belief, there are ways to drastically lower your chances of getting your partner pregnant, naturally. No one enjoys wearing condoms, but you may have concerns that your partner isn’t taking birth control pills as she claims. You may simply want to back up your current birth control method, whether it be the pill or condoms. Birth control, excluding the use of condoms, has always been in the hands of women in our culture. It’s time to take control of your reproduction, and put the power in your hands.

Medical Options

Before we get into the natural method, it’s important to note the current and upcoming medical methods. Of course you already know about condoms, and vasectomies and the issues associated with them. What you may not know is that scientists have been hard at work on a male birth control pill, and think they are close to getting it right. One entered clinical trials, but men began dropping out of the study due to side effects. That was the end of that. There is another option that may be widely available soon. It’s a great option that involves an injectable gel into your penis. More specifically, the tube that connects your testes to your urethra. If you are brave enough to take the shot, the gel can block sperm from entering your semen. It’s essentially an easily reversible vasectomy. It can last for up to eight years. When you want to be fertile again, another injection flushes out the gel. If you aren’t crazy about the thought of having a doctor put a needle in your penis, there is a natural option that is safe and effective.

Papaya

Papaya has been traditionally used in parts of Asia and India as a method of birth control method and an abortant when it is applied directly to the uterus. It takes around three months to become effective. It takes a few months after stopping treatment to become fertile again, but there seem to be no long term effects on your fertility. It also has many health benefits. It aids digestion and is packed with antioxidants.

There hasn’t been any scientific studies in humans, but there have been two animal studies. The first study involved male rats that were given Papaya Seed Extract each day for one year. It showed that sperm became completely ineffective during treatment, without lowering testosterone or causing any damage to internal organs.

This study led to a study in an animal much closer to us in biological make up. This study involved adult male monkeys. They were given papaya seed extract each day for 360 days. Sperm concentration and mobility were decreased after 30 days. They continued to decrease, and by day 90 no sperm were found in any of the test subjects. If it is this effective in humans, it could be the most effective birth control method ever found. When the treatment was stopped, the sperm count began to rise. After 150 days, it had returned to normal levels with no adverse effects.

Unfortunately, you aren’t likely to find papaya seeds in an easy to take capsule form. You can purchase papaya and then clean and freeze the seeds yourself. They will stay potent for several months once frozen. You’ll then need to chew them or grind them into a powder. Given the taste, I would suggest grinding them. Then you can add them to a smoothie, or encapsulate them. You’ll need about one teaspoon of seeds a day. You can order papaya seed powder as well. You won’t be guaranteed of their strength and potency, but it is much more convenient. You should only require a half a teaspoon of the powdered papaya seed.

Recap

We’ve covered a lot of information about a lot of different issues here, so I’ve created a table to give you a recap. You can use it for a quick reference when you are trying to decide which supplements may be right for you. Depending on your specific issues and the underlying causes, you will probably get the best results if you combine a few supplements into your own sex maximizing supplement.

ProblemSubcategoryTreatments
Low T Lifestyle and DietLowering fat and sugar intake, enough sleep, Vitamin D, Zinc, Exercise, Lowering stress, losing weight
Low THerbal SupplementsAshwaganda
Low LibidoHerbal SupplementsTribulus Terrestris, Kanna, Maca, Cordyceps, Cacao, Sex Coffee
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