There's an alternative to viagra that works far better at a greatly
reduced price: medicinal herbs. These herbs -- like yohimbe, horny goat
weed and rainforest herbs like catuaba and muira puama -- produce strong
aphrodisiac effects, but without stripping your wallet bare.
face it: Viagra is popular because it's backed by a hundred million
dollars in advertising, promotion and hype. But it's not the only way to
get it on, nor is it the best way. In fact, most men who take Viagra
actually need something far different: better nutrition, strength
training and cardiovascular exercise. Nothing boosts the hormones like a
good round of lifting weights, technically speaking. And outstanding
nutrition -- instead of all the junk food and refined sugars most people
eat -- supports a healthy libido.
There's something else, too: many
men needing Viagra are actually suffering from side effects of other
prescription drugs. Statins, for example, interfere with the body's
ability to manufacture cholesterol, and cholesterol is the precursor to
sex hormones. If you take statins, you're practically giving yourself a
case of impotence.
The solution, of course, is to stop feeding
yourself an endless chain of prescription drugs to correct biochemical
imbalances. Instead, drop all the drugs and start taking care of your
health. Healthy men who follow good nutritional habits, who work out and
who engage in strength training maintain their mojo well into their 60's
and 70's. Yet many people taking Viagra are in their 40's and 50's.
Drugs are not the answer, but if you think you need Viagra, try herbal
viagra instead. It's far cheaper and just as effective.
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