Friday, March 13, 2009

Herbal Alternatives to Viagra, Cialis, and Other ED drugs

Here I am doing all these exercises and going to physical therapy so I can get my legs apart, and my husband goes to the doc to get a prescription for Cialis. Yuck! The thing that drug creates is not what I expect from my husband.  No curve. No heat. No ridge.
I'm one of the lucky ones who married the first guy she ever fell in love with. There is only one penis I call home. And what my husband got with Cialis is not what I'm used to. He smelled the same. He kissed the same. But sex was NOT the same. Having a different penis is just too disconcerting to be enjoyable.
Fortunately, Mrs. Grieve's Herbal is on line  http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/mgmh.html

ED is not a new problem. And as with most health issues, Mrs. Grieve has herbs to suggest: Damiana and Ginseng.  I also found other websites recommending Maca.  All three herbs are readily available. They're not even expensive. A bottle of ginseng cost me about $7. Damiana and Maca were about $4 each at the web herbal pharmacy I shop at.

I'm here to tell you they work!  My husband took the bottle of Cialis back to his doctor to give out to other clients who want to try it without buying.  The doc said nothing.

Then I saw an article in the paper stating that half of all men who try Cialis and Viagra never refill the prescriptions.  Doctors pontificated that perhaps the problem wasn't biological after all, but was really trouble in the marriage.  It never occurred to them that maybe there's a problem with the drugs not creating what women want.  

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