Are you struggling to afford paying for prescription erectile dysfunction (ED) pills and feel stuck? Don’t give up. You are not alone. 30 million American men suffer from ED daily.
Many men seek relief by getting ED treatment help from the expensive drugs prescribed by their doctors. Unfortunately, being able to afford drugs like Viagra, Cialis, or Levitra doesn’t always solve the problem. Additionally, harmful side effects are another costly expense to factor into the erectile dysfunction treatment equation.
Did you know there are many cheaper and natural ED treatment remedies available? You can try most of them without needing a doctor’s prescription. Korean Red Ginseng Extract (Panax Ginseng Extract) is one them.
Korean Red Ginseng root (Panax Ginseng root) naturally grows in Korea. It was brought to the United States and used as 1 of 11 types of ginseng herbs. Korean Red Ginseng Extract (Panax Ginseng Extract) has several documented health benefits including:
In fact, Asian countries have been using Korean Red Ginseng Extract (Panax Ginseng Extract) for decades as a male natural ED remedy and sexual dysfunction relief for women.
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Clinical research studies conducted by American universities and monitored by the United States government agree with Asia. For example, the Department of Family Medicine, University of Virginia Health Sciences Center (Charlottesville, VA) commented:
“Korean Red Ginseng (Panax Ginseng) is a safe, widely available alternative remedy that improves patients’ ability to achieve and maintain an erection sufficient for intercourse, even in a population with severe erectile dysfunction.
It is a reasonable, nonprescription treatment, especially for men with reservations about taking sildenafil (Viagra). A 500-mg capsule of Korean red ginseng costs about 6 cents, compared with $10 for a tablet of sildenafil.” (Coon JT, Ernst E. Panax ginseng: a systematic review of adverse effects and drug interactions. Drug Safety 2002; 25:323–44.)
There are many scientists and medical professionals believe the clinical research study groups were too small. They want to see a nationwide sampling instead of the studies conducted statewide. Reason being, a larger sampling of men would best rule out harmful ginseng side effects and ensure consistency in the results.
In the end, talk to your doctor about ED treatment and discuss potential side effects or drug interactions. Also, your doctor can indicate the right ginseng dosage.
Have you or your significant other tried Korean Red Ginseng? What was your experience erectile dysfunction