Conversations around other’s sex drive or sexual enhancement don’t generally pass my lips.
When a new acquaintance mentioned that he takes a male enhancement supplement, I thought, “Damn, I couldn’t be that candid about something so personal.” Actually, I was a bit embarrassed. Did I look like a sex therapist?
I have to admit I was curious. I had read the reports. Millions of American men experience erectile dysfunction. (Did I say that?)
Doesn't surprise me, considering most folks eat the SAD diet (Standard American Diet). Eat crap food and every part of your plumbing is going to malfunction. Isn’t it better just to eat real food and maybe take some vitamins?
Does taking a pill really work? He says it does. Hey, I have to take his word for it.
Fact or Fallacy?
My research revealed several herbs typically found in male enhancement products. Furthermore, these plant medicines remain popular around the world to increase endurance and regain youthful drive.
How can you go wrong with names like Horny Goat Weed? Long Jack Root? They just reek of male potency.
So, what’s the bottom line here?
Assuming you need a little help in the male equipment department. You’re either gonna get your diet & lifestyle right- where good food goes, blood flows!- or take the easy way out and a swallow a pill.
Just in case you’re looking to “enhance your ability,” here’s a product for you. Not just for the bedroom though, it has ingredients known to naturally increase your total testosterone level, promote lean muscle, energy, stamina and mood.
Keep in mind it carries all the disclaimer stuff associated with health claims:
Because herbs have strong medicinal effects on the body, they can interact with some drugs in ways that can be dangerous to your health. If you are taking any pharmaceutical drugs, talk to your natural healthcare provider before using herbal or nutritional products.
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