Herbs have been used for centuries to treat a variety of ailments. Many plants are known to affect male erections and fertility. St. John's wort is used quite effectively in men, the effect of which, when used correctly, improves the quality of sex life and increases libido.
Plant characteristics, indications for use
The plant is used not only in traditional medicine, but also in many medicines for the treatment of inflammatory processes, including diseases of the pelvic organs.
It is often heard that St. John's wort is a potency-enhancing herb. The plant is an aphrodisiac whose properties were discovered hundreds of years ago. The healing effect of the plant on the body is due to its composition. The herb contains antioxidants, flavonoids, tannins and large amounts of routine. St. John's wort is valuable for its potency because it dilates blood vessels and promotes the blood supply to the pelvic organs.
Antioxidants protect the body from free radicals and also prevent premature aging, which is often observed with poor nutrition. Tannins are effective in fighting inflammation, so the St. John's wort is used to treat a variety of inflammatory diseases.
The routine helps to strengthen the capillary wall and normalize vascular tone, which determines the effectiveness of the use of herbs in cardiovascular pathologies in all ages.
Among the properties of flavonoids:
- antioxidant protection;
- anti-inflammatory effect;
- antimicrobial effect.
These substances normalize the functioning of the nervous system, act as a natural antidepressant, as well as have a mild sedative effect, normalize sleep and relieve insomnia.
The plant also contains ascorbic acid, which improves immunity. The main property of the herb is its anti-inflammatory effect, due to which the drug is often used for various diseases of the internal organs.
St. John's wort is most effective in treating diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and depletion of libido caused by male nervous system disorders.
The benefits of potency
St. John’s wort and potency in men are closely related. This is because the herb is a powerful aphrodisiac that increases libido and promotes rapid arousal.
St. John's wort effectively stimulates potency. It stimulates the production of certain substances that can improve mood and excitement.
Due to its vasodilatory properties, St. John's wort is effective in increasing potency in men, but only when used properly. Medicines based on this plant are recommended in the following cases:
- low pressure;
- violation of vascular tone;
- vegetative dystonia.
These pathologies often cause a decrease in men’s sexual desire and a weakened erection. Proper use of St. John’s wort will help normalize potency and improve the quality of sex for all men.
St. John's wort is most effective in weakening libido against the background of stress, depression and neurosis. In the case of disorders resulting from inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs, the effect of the herb on potency is negligible.
Preparation of the drug
Once you’ve figured out if St. John’s wort affects your potency, you need to know how to use herbs correctly.
Based on St. John's wort:
- alcoholic settings or extracts;
- herbal teas.
To prepare the broth, pour a large spoonful of herb with boiling water (250 ml) and cook over low heat for 10-15 minutes. The broth should be rich in color. We recommend that you do not allow it to boil vigorously - if you notice that the broth is boiling, reduce the heat.
The infusion is very simple - pour a spoonful of dried plant with a glass of boiling water and cover. The container should be wrapped in a towel and infused for 5 hours.
To prepare the tincture, pour 50 g of dried herbs with 250 ml of vodka. Place the medicine in an opaque glass container, close tightly with a lid, and stick in a dark place for a week and a half. Shake the container daily.
Men also make tea containing St. John's wort, the effect of which is difficult to assess during a short treatment due to the low concentration of the herb. To make the tea, it is enough to pour boiling water over a quarter teaspoon of the dried herb.
Dosage and reception characteristics
The herb decoction and infusion should be taken for 20 days with a quarter glass before each meal. The result usually becomes noticeable in the middle of treatment.
The tincture should be applied 20 drops twice a day before meals. The course is 15 days. Sometimes it is recommended to take 40 drops of tincture three times a day, but in this case the duration of treatment is reduced to 10 days.
How tea containing St. John's wort affects men's potency - it depends on the frequency of intake and the excipients. Chamomile, lemongrass or raspberries can be added to the tea if the herbs are mixed in equal proportions with St. John's wort. Mint has a bad effect on potency, so it is advisable for men to reject this plant.
It is best to drink tea before going to bed. Due to its mild sedative effect, this drink helps you fall asleep faster. In case of neurosis and depression, it is recommended to take a mixture of chamomile, lemongrass and St. John's wort. Do not abuse the drink, you can consume it for up to a month.
After the treatment of St. John's wort is completed, regardless of the purpose of such an herb and the method of preparation of the drug, a break of two to three months should be taken.
Knowing how St. John’s wort affects men’s potency, a number of rules need to be followed to avoid negative health consequences.
Contraindications to the use of St. John's wort:
- hypertensive disease;
- impaired renal or hepatic function;
- severe cardiovascular pathologies;
- individual plant intolerance.
It is forbidden to take St. John's wort decoction or tincture at the same time as antibacterial drugs, drugs that affect the work of the heart and antidepressants. In the latter case, there is a high risk of central nervous system disruption due to the enhanced therapeutic effect of St. John's wort-based tablets and drugs.
Strict adherence to the recommended doses is important. Long-term use of St. John's wort medications can have the opposite effect, and instead of improving potency, the patient may experience deterioration.
In some cases, multiple dose overruns cause side effects:
- nausea and vomiting;
- black out.
It is important to note that St. John’s wort is toxic in large quantities. It is a poison that can cause significant damage to the body. Before using traditional medicine, consult your doctor to avoid side effects and negative consequences.