It is not a good idea to live with erectile dysfunction. It can be treated easily without the use of drugs

Over 18 million Americans suffer from erectile dysfunction. Even more concerning is the association between erectile dysfunction and age, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and lack of exercise.

Erectile dysfunction is becoming more common as more of these illnesses are discovered. I was also affected by this psychologically devastating disease and felt emotionally obligated to find ways to cure it. You may be shocked to learn that I was a doctor and wanted to find natural ways to combat my problem instead of resorting to Fildena CT drugs.

I tried many remedies throughout my life and found only a handful to work. Red Kwao Krua is also known as Butea Superba. It is one of the most natural remedies.

Red Kwao Krua can be found in the Thai deciduous forests. This herb has been used for thousands of years by local Thais who swear by it.

As a doctor, I won't trust any suggestions without hard scientific evidence. I also won't recommend anything unless I have tried it.

To test Red Kwao Krua's effectiveness on patients with erectile dysfunction, a three-month double-blind randomized lab study was done at Chulalongkorn University. To give the study more credibility, all volunteers were between the ages of 30 and 70. Surprisingly, 82.4% showed improvement in their erectile function without any obvious toxicity. Red Kwao Krua is safe and effective.

The study of Red Kwao Krua has other benefits:

  1. It helps to combat fatigue
  2. Lowers blood cholesterol
  3. Hypertension is combated

There are ways to combat erectile dysfunction and decreasing libido.

Alex Chan is a specialist in male erectile treatments and has been awarded a Ph.D. in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China. He has been practicing and researching for over 20 years and has developed a highly effective all-natural solution to male erectile disorder. His product is available on

The smell of rotten eggs may help with impotence and erectile dysfunction.

Researchers from the University of Naples Federico II, Italy, may have found a new way to help men suffering from erectile dysfunction.

Their research shows that hydrogen sulphide (a pungent gas that smells like rotten eggs) can stimulate blood flow. This gas is released in the penis to create an erection.

Hydrogen sulfide can be found in natural gas, as well as in the odor of rotting eggs. It is interesting that our bodies produce very little of this gas, even though medical science has long believed that it was a toxic byproduct of metabolism.

Early research in the decade showed that animals did indeed use the chemical to expand their blood vessels. Animals, mostly mice, and monkeys, were subject to experiments that involved injecting hydrogen sulfide into their blood vessels. The blood vessels grew, which led to an increase in blood flow and stronger erections.

The same chemical pathways have not been proven to work in men.

According to Proceedings of the National Academy of Science Journal, researchers believe that this discovery could lead to a better alternative to Viagra.

Statistics show that 50% of men over 40 suffer from erectile dysfunction/male impotence. One man suffers from erectile dysfunction in 10 men.

Research suggests that hydrogen sulfide relaxes nerve cells in the penis. This action stimulates blood flow. An increase in blood flow indicates that there is more oxygen in the blood. When sexual stimulation is present, a penile erection occurs when there is enough oxygen in the penis.

This is similar to the discovery of nitric dioxide's role in different parts of the penis. This discovery was the basis for Viagra.

"This could help to unravel complex mechanisms underlying human penile erection and may lead to therapeutic approaches for treating erectile dysfunction or sexual arousal disorders."

Professor Giuseppe Cirino is the principal researcher and partly responsible for the erection process.

This development has many positive signs that could lead to a novel drug.

Researchers tested this theory by injecting the gas into intact erectile tissue from eight men who had undergone sex-change surgery.

The same enzymes that make hydrogen sulfide in animals also function in human tissue, they found. They found that the chemical reactions that create hydrogen sulfide are generally the same.

The scientists concluded that hydrogen sulfide is likely to contribute to erections in humans, as it was in animal studies.

Dr. Graham Jackson is the chairman of The Sexual Dysfunction Association and he welcomed the creation of a new Fildena drug for male impotence.

There is a need for a better alternative to Viagra. It's only 60% effective in diabetics, and between 80% and 85% for the general population.

Viagra is a little prescription Fildena XXX pill that gives men a penile erection. Viagra and other medications used to treat erectile dysfunction increase the effects of nitric oxygen, a vasodilator. Viagra slows down an enzyme and prolongs the action of nitric oxygen. The increased blood flow causes the penis to expand and leads to erections.

Statistics show that 50% of men over 40 have experienced erectile dysfunction or impotence in their lifetime.