Fertility Herbs For Men

Fertility Herbs For Men

Fo -Ti – This herb is known to increase sperm, because it cleanses the body by cleaning the kidneys and liver, which cleanses the blood.  It has been known to increase energy and restore impaired sexual function.  Side effects may include stomach upset, diarrhea and/or skin rashes.  High doses of Fo-Ti can cause numbness of the extremities.

Saw Palmetto – Saw Palmetto is known to contain aphrodisiac properties that help to prevent loss of the libido.  It is also excellent for the prostate gland.  Side effects may include diarrhea and/or stomach upset.

Damiana – This herb supports glandular health and acts as an aphrodisiac.  It is used to support sexual health and treat impotence.  Side effects may include diarrhea.

Ginseng – This herb helps to decrease impotence, lower stress, increase energy, decrease erectile dysfunction and increase overall fertility. Side effects may include blood pressure changes, diarrhea, heart rate changes, insomnia, and nervousness.  People with heart conditions, cancer of the prostate, diabetes or insomnia should use caution.

Maca – Maca is a great fertility enhancer with little known side effects.  It is used to treat impotence, increase fertility and increase testosterone levels.  It is also known as an aphrodisiac and to decrease erectile dysfunction.  It increases seminal volume and increases sperm mobility.

Yohimbe – Yohimbe treats impotence by dilating blood vessels allowing more blood to reach the penis.  It increases blood flow and sensitivity to nerves in the pelvic region.  It also increases the central nervous system functions.  Side effects may include dizziness, nausea, insomnia and anxiety.  Using more than the recommended dose can be dangerous.  Yohimbe should not be used with foods that contain a high amount of tyramine.  People with kidney disease or peptic ulcers should use caution while using this herb.

Cayenne – Cayenne is known to improve circulation and increase metabolic rate.  Side effects may include stomach upset, runny nose and/or throat pain.  Caution should be used by people with stomach problems, diabetes, alcohol dependence and/or liver disease.

Pumpkin Seed – Pumpkin Seed strengthens the prostate gland, improves male hormone function and helps with muscular contractions.  Side effects may include breathing problems, chest pain, hives and/or diarrhea.

Cranberry – Cranberry helps to keep the kidneys functioning properly.  It helps so that zinc is not lost through the urine.  It is also good for urination problems.  Caution should be used by people with diabetes, alcohol dependence and/or liver disease.

Horny Goat Weed – This herb is known as an aphrodisiac.  It increases sperm production and stimulates sexual desire.  It decreases blood pressure and has a testosterone-like effect.

 

Herbal Conclusion 

It may be hard to determine which herb or combination of herbs may help to increase a man’s fertility.  An option is to buy an herbal blend that combines many herbs and vitamins to increase a man’s ejaculate and virility.  A man must have a good appetite for sex when trying to conceive takes longer than planned.  Men sometimes become tired and frustrated with having sex “on demand”.  There are several supplements to consider.  There are two such products that I highly recommend for any man who is trying to produce a child.  The first one is called Fertilaid for Men and the second one is called Fertility Blend for Men.  This will keep a guy energetic and more likely to be able to perform when needed.  If you are using an herbal supplement without vitamins already in it, you should be sure to supplement with a multi-vitamin, also.  Men can sometimes have a low sperm count or motility from a lack of a particular vitamin or mineral. 

*Be careful when taking L-Arginine if you have the herpes virus as it can cause it to become worse.

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