Potency, um…

Ginger tea is awesome
for your potency!

Where there’s a will, there’s a way: however, this doesn’t always apply to sexual performance. Libido (desire) is not the same as potency (ability), and pharmaceutical companies are cleverly capitalising on this need. The blue pill has amply proven its usefulness in matters of potency. Initially a medicine against heart failure was being sought, but it quickly appeared that this drug also enhanced potency, and admit it, there are worse side effects!

If it’s true that men think of sex every few seconds, it should be no surprise that medicines to improve potency are being feverishly sought.

Manliness is often associated with potency, and for this reason, mechanical remedies for improved potency have also been experimented with. In 1936, cartilage from a rib was implanted, however, without success. Then attempts were made to implant a ready-to-go false penis, but this did not fit in a tight pair of jeans. In the search for solutions to problems with potency, a semi-rigid flexible penis was developed by surgeons Small (!) and Carrion; it was also not an immediate hit. When, however, Dr. Brantley Scott together with a biomedical engineer and a neurologist focused on the potency problem, an inflatable penis prosthesis was designed in 1973 that is still in use today. Look at it as a sort of knee pump.

What can cause decreased potency?

Leaving to one side psychological factors that can lead to decreased potency, health problems can also have a negative influence on potency by hindering proper blood flow to the genitals.

Diabetes and cardiovascular diseases are major culprits. A reduction in testosterone can also lead to reduced potency. Drugs such as diuretics, antidepressants, beta blockers, etc. are also bad for potency.

How can you increase your potency in a natural way?

Phytoestrogens, Tribulus terrestris, Mucuna pruriens, Theobroma cacao, Rosa damascena, Withania somnifera, Erythroxylum catuaba, Pfaffia paniculata, etc. all have a reputation for improving potency.Ginger certainly belongs to this group. Ginger can improve blood circulation, assist in dissolving clots in the blood vessels and decrease cholesterol, and all of this indirectly benefits potency.

 Finish a romantic dinner with a cup of ginger tea, or secretly nibble on a slice of ginger: your breath will be irresistibly fresh and you never know where that could lead!