Saw palmetto contains beta sitosterol, a powerful compound that interferes with the conversion of testosterone to DHT. Studies show that saw palmetto shrinks enlarged prostates and relieves urinary problems.
Herbs for men no. 2 – Cayenne (Capsicum frutescens) is a superb vascular stimulant and vegetable, although the claim for oral abuse is partially valid. In many men it is used as a covert laxative and heart stimulant. In others it is used as a way to ignore taste buds deadened by smoking or bored with otherwise insipid repetitive food. Its use by the police of the oligarchy is herbal as well as citizen abuse. In Seattle recently at the WTO debacle, it was the police who were the terrorists.
Herbs for men no. 3 – Pygeum africanum. Recent studies in Germany, France, and Austria have confirmed the efficacy of this plant in decreasing the urinary symptoms associated with BPH. Similar to saw palmetto, pygeum extract, when taken regularly, has the therapeutic effect of decreasing night-time urination and increasing urine flow. Pygeum can also increase total bladder emptying, reducing the annoying feeling of urine retention that is so common among BPH sufferers.
Herbs for men no. 4 – Ashwagandha – Ashwagandha is some what related to body pains and sexual health. This herb is warm in potency and is very effective in curbing the vata humor vitiation thereby suppressing body pains, arthritis and low energy levels. The withanoids present in Ashwagandha helps this herb to perform in this way. Due to its wonderful results in increasing the libido and sexual desires it is very commonly known as “Indian Ginseng”.
Some other herbs for specific diseases are mentioned below
Arthritis, a tea of marjoram or meadowsweet.
Constipation, a tea of mint, marjoram, senna leaves, chamomile.
Insomnia, a tea of hops, skullcap, and valerian.
Sprained body parts, wrap with comfrey leaves and put on a stretch bandage over them.
Stimulant, try caraway, germander, marjoram, nettle, rosemary, horseradish, or ginger tea.
Insect bites, rub on the leaves of costmary, or parsley, or feverfew, or hyssop, or plaintain, or savory, or a mixture of them.
Digestion, a tea of angelica, or nettle, or juniper berries, mint, fennel, elecampane, parsley, sage, or slippery elm.
The Mucuna pruriense is well known for being both; as a very effective nervine-tonic and aphrodisiac, shown to increase testosterone levels.
– Mucuna can improve libido since it is best aphrodisiac agent.
– Mucuna helps the nervous system reach optimum performance
– It is many times used to increase sperm count and ovulation in women
– To increase muscle mass and strength
– To increase Sperm count
– Male sexual health problems
– Low libido
– It enhances sexual power
– Useful in blood glucose disorders such as diabetes