WHO experts say about one-third of men take vitamins from time to time to improve their strength. Over time, stronger medicines are used – food supplements and medicines for medical purposes.
However, pharmacy has not long ago offered a solid floor to solve problems with a single tablet. Previously, people corrected herbal errors and dietary changes. Greens were considered a particularly effective way to increase potency and help when age related changes began.
Dr. Josh Ax of Columbia, a recognized andrologist, still recommends that men with potency problems include more greens, vegetables, fruits and nuts in their diets. He believes that boning and sesame are the leaders for men in the content of nutrients. Watercress is a powerful aphrodisiac and improves the quality and quantity of semen due to its vitamins A, E, C, PP, D, B. In addition, watercress contains iron, iodine, phosphorus, calcium, copper, magnesium. In addition, the plant improves brain activity, vision, preventing thyroid disease.
Another herb is the basil, a popular Caucasian herb. It perfectly enhances erection and prolongs intimacy. Parsley – a well-known aphrodisiac, because of its content of apigen reduces the level of female hormones and increases the production of male hormones.
Other herbs include tarragon, celery, dill and cilantro and, of course, tarragon. Useful properties include vasodilator effect, improved sperm quality and production of male hormones.
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