Daily Drive for Men

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Over 31% of men in the United States deal with sexual dysfunction.

One of the most common problems that men deal with is impotence.

  • This condition often results from both physical and psychological factors like:
    • High blood pressure
    • Diabetes
    • Insufficient testosterone production
    • Fatigue, overwork,
    • Poor nutrition
    • Sedentary lifestyle

There are prescription medications for this problem, but the side effects can be damaging.

More and more, men are looking for a natural solution to the lack of interest and energy for healthy sexual relationships. One that will enhance their sexuality and help them to overcome impotence without the damaging side effects. 

Yohimbe Bark Extract:

  • In parts of Africa, tea made from yohimbe bark is tradionally used as an aphrodisiac (to increase sexual desire).
  • Yohimbe is currently used as a dietary supplement for impotence, athletic performance, weight loss, chest pain, high blood pressure and diabetic neuropathy.
    • According to The University of Michigan Medicine Yohimbe demonstrates the following:
      • Yohimbe appears to increase blood flow and dilate blood vessels.
      • Yohimbine, a chemical found in yohimbe bark, is found to stimulate the nervous system, and to promote the release of fat from fat cells. It has led to claims that it might help weight loss by raising metabolic rate, reducing appetite, or increase fat burning. 
      • Yohimbine (the primary active constituent in yohimbe bark) has been shown in several double-blind trials to help treat men with ED.
        • Yohimbine hydrochloride, a standardized form of yohimbine, is available in the United States as a prescription drug for erectile dysfunction. This is a product that is made from the bark of the tree.

Tribulus Terrestris:

  • Tribulus terrestris is a small leafy plant that has been used in traditional Chinese and Indian medicine for many years.
  • Tribulus terrestris is an herbal nutritional supplement that is promoted to produce large gains in strength and lean muscle mass. 
  • Tribulus terrestris hasn't proven to increase testosterone, studies show that it may improve libido in men and women.

Muira Pauma:

  • In a Paris study of 262 male patients who experienced lack of sexual desire and the inability to attain or maintain an erection was conducted.
    • 62% of the patients with loss of libido reported that the extract of muira puama "had a dynamic effect,".
    • 51% of patients with erectile dysfunction felt that muira puama was beneficial.
  • A double blind randomized study concludes that:
    • Libido improved significantly.
    • Maca was well tolerated.
    • Maca root may alleviate SSRI-induced sexual dysfunction.
    • Maca may also have a beneficial effect on libido.


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