“The Elixir of Life” and the “King of Herbs,” the mushroom holds it own in the world of medicine and healing. A fungus native to the region of Japan, used for over 2000 years, mushrooms have been used to flavor foods and provide excellent sources of amino acids, proteins, and iron.
Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a plant from the ginger family and is native to tropical South Asia. Turmeric is a potent natural treatment long used in Asian healing traditions as an anti-inflammatory medicine and also fights cancer, improves liver conditions, lowers blood cholesterol and may help prevent Alzheimer’s Disease.
Stevia is a popular and widely used herb throughout South America, Central America, and China. Studies of its use have shown that the herb has antifungal properties, can help to lower blood pressure and blood sugar, and can be used as a calorie-free sweetener for diabetics and healthy individuals alike.
Holy Basil is an ancient herb that is known as ‘Tulsi’ in its homeland of India. This herb’s name literally means “matchless” and its benefits have been documented from around 3000 years ago and are mentioned in the classic Indian Ayurvedic text that deals with natural healing.
Cannabis indica, cannabis sativa and marijuana – all refer to the same plant. Medical Cannabis has been used to treat pain, nausea and vomiting effects of chemotherapy and people with AIDS. The roots of its use go back to as far as ancient Chinese medicine when it was considered a ‘magical’ herb.
Victims of Erectile Dysfunction should first consult their physicians to rule out any organic disease or drug interactions. If the cause is psychological, which is about 10 to 20 %, then counseling may be the best answer. Ultimately, sufferers of psychological ED should realize that sex is an act which begins between the ears (in the mind).