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Home Remedies For Impotence

Impotence is a disorder peculiar to males, in females the corresponding disorder is known as frigidity (the absence of sexual desire and a failure to respond to sexual stimuli). Impotence may be defined as the inability to perform the sex act or incomplete performance (premature ejaculation) which leaves the female partner dissatisfied. Impotence may be organic or functional.

It has been found that in a majority of the males suffering from impotence, the reasons are psychological. If the reasons for impotence are psychological only a proper psychoanalysis of the patient will help. It could be explained to the sufferer that having masturbated in early life does not sexually incapacitate a male. But after all the psychological methods have been tried, the following remedies should be used.

  • In case of spermatorrhoes (ejaculation even without the penis having attained tumescence), tender, seedless pods of Acacia should be dried in the shade and powdered before being mixed with an equal weight of raw sugar. 6 grams of it should be taken with milk in the morning.

  • Leaf shoots of Banyan tree may be substituted for acacia pods.

  • Cotton tree dried in the shade and powdered before mixing it with an equal amount of raw sugar should be taken in 10 grams dose with milk.

  • 50 grams each of Kernels of seeds of Bastard Teak (Dhak) and siris tree finely grind and mixed with 50 gms. of raw sugar should be taken in 6 grams dose every morning for three weeks to relieve the condition. 50 grams eaeh of dry amla and mango, ginger, Amba Haldi should be powdered and mixed with an equal weight of raw sugar. The daily morning dose is six grams, taken with milk.


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