The male sexual reproductive system like other systems of the human body requires tonics to subsist and function in a healthy manner. If this essential part of the human body which is pivotal to the perpetuity of the human species is to function optimally, certain factors and conditions must be addressed.
These factors and conditions include;
1. Engendering love between partners.
2. Proper and healthy dieting.
3. Stress management.
4. Restful sleep.
5. Abstinence from alcohol, cigarettes and drug abuse.
6. Adequate exposure to clean air.
7. Adequate intake of clean water.
8. Most importantly, because of the spiritual invigorating and buoyancy derivable therefrom, nuturing positive thoughts as well as aspiring towards all that is noble, pure and true is sorely needed.
Good enough, the observance of the aforementioned not only improves the sexual functions but contributes immensely to total body wellness.
Male sexual challenges such as, low libido, low sperm count, poor sperm motility, abnormal sperm cells, male sexual asthenia, male impotency, erectile dysfunctios are all amenable to natural medicine treatment.
The following are few of the foods and herbs that can boost male sexual performance;
2. Egg yolk
4. Mucuna pruriens (velvet beans, Akugba in Igbo werepe in Yoruba)
5. Date palm
6. Sugar cane
8. Ground nut
10.Cissus populnea (Ogbolo in Yoruba)
12. Tribulus terrestris
14. Massularia acuminata (Pako Ijebu)
15. Fluted pumpkin (Ugu)
16. Uraria pictures (Alupaida in Yoruba)
18. Lecaniodiscus cupanoides (Akika in Yoruba)
19. Piper guineemse (Uziza in Igbo, Iyere in Yoruba)
20. Curcubita pepo (Anyu in Igbo, Elegede in Yoruba)
21. Mondia whitei (Isirigun)
22. Aframomum melegueta (Ose-oji in Igbo, atare in Yoruba)
24. Cyperus esculentus (akii-awusa, in Igbo, Ohio in Yoruba, Tiger nut in English)
Note that herbal supplements are best administered by trained health care providers.
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Dr Gilbert Ezengige is a licensed natural medicine practitioner, lecturer and writer on health and social issues.