Dietary supplements are biologically active additives with a herbal composition that are taken regularly, often during eating. Gradually, such remedies improve the quality of erection, the composition of sperm, improve and prolong sex. Dietary supplements can be released in the form of tablets, capsules, powder or therapeutic drops.
Before taking dietary supplements, consider the following nuances:
Yohimbe is considered one of the best natural remedies for men. It is an evergreen tree native to West Africa (Cameroon, Nigeria, Gabon). The bark of this tree is used as medicinal plant material. The harvesting of Yohimbe bark acquired the character of a real industry only in the late 70s of the last century. Some pharmaceutical companies have literally moved these trees to new soil, cultivating Yohimbe in other parts of our planet. Some originals that fundamentally abandoned “all chemistry” and use exclusively the gifts of nature (see Captain Fantastic) are trying to grow Yohimbe in their backyard with varying degrees of success. The indigenous inhabitants of West Africa used Yohimbe not only as a sexual stimulant but also as a cardiovascular and antipyretic drug and an energetic (it was used by warriors and hunters before outings).
Despite the shamanistic halo surrounding Yohimbe (wild tribes, the African “background”, etc.), its effectiveness in erectile dysfunction has an absolutely sane scientific explanation. Alkaloid yohimbine is a potent vasodilator. Expanding the blood vessels that carry blood to the penis, it facilitates the blood supply to the corpus cavernosum and provides a stable erection sufficient to complete full sexual intercourse. So write it down: Yohimbe is an effective remedy for erectile dysfunction of physiological origin.
Some antidepressants have an unpleasant side effect, which is manifested in a decrease in libido and a weakening of erectile abilities. Yohimbine has confirmed its ability to restore libido by minimizing undesirable reactions associated with taking antidepressants.
Yohimbine has also been shown to be effective in women: studies have shown that this alkaloid has the ability to increase the sensitivity of the central nervous system, which makes sensations more vivid.
Despite its naturalness and the centuries-old history of use, yohimbine can cause a number of undesirable side effects. Moreover: their severity is so great that in many countries (for example, Germany), Yohimbe-based drugs are sold exclusively by prescription. But the drug does not cause life-threatening adverse reactions. Common side effects include light dizziness, moderate tachycardia, nausea and anxiety. All these effects are temporary and disappear immediately after withdrawal of the drug. Some of them (nausea and dizziness) can be completely avoided by taking yohimbine with food or supplementing with electrolytes. Yohimbe tolerantly behaves in combination with other drugs, with the exception of anticoagulants, antidepressants and drugs for the treatment of kidney diseases. There is no direct prohibition but if joint admission is inevitable, it is necessary to consult a doctor.
Another problem associated with yohimbine is its narrow therapeutic range. Too little medicine – and you risk being left with nothing. Conversely, an excessively high dose significantly increases the risk of negative reactions. And although the dose of yohimbine is largely determined by the individual characteristics of the body, it is recommended to adhere to an interval of 30-50 mg of the drug per day.
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