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I read on WebMD that at least 50% of men suffer from ED. And it can start as early as your 20s. It's not a post-40 issue; it's a men's issue because ED can happen to any man at any time.
Healthline published an interesting article on the subject of Korean Red Panax Ginseng as a potential viable option when treating ED. However, despite its promise, the FDA has not approved it for treating ED. Makes you wonder if the makers behind Cialis, Viagra and Levitra are to blame.
In a study "men receiving the herb took 900 milligrams, three times a day, for eight weeks felt improvement in their ED symptoms compared to those who took the placebo. Researchers concluded that red ginseng may be an effective alternative treatment for impotence."
Before you buy a bottle of pills, check the milligrams. Some contain pills as low as 200. If you were to follow this study for yourself, you'd have to take 14 pills a day! That seems a bit excessive. Maybe get a 550 milligram capsule and test your body with 2-3 a day.
Well, it doesn't add caffeine. It merely amplifies the effects of caffeine. So, imagine your coffee on steroids @buddyesd
The side effects for ginseng is increased heart rate, enhanced caffeine effects, etc. But you know, consider the side effects of Big Pharma...death, stroke, heart attack... @buddyesd
so far I haven't needed any but all these make me a little nervous what with the possible side effects, I don't know that I'd be real anxious to try any
HAHA don't be offended @mchlyang Guys who workout are who I tagged. Sorry if you were offended. wasn't implying you needed it.
Um.....why did you tag me in this? I certainly don't need it!
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