Erectile Dysfunction/ Impotency Ayurveda Remedies

Ayurveda has a cure for almost every illness, disease or body mind dysfunction.

Today we talk about the not routinely discussed issues of men who suffer alone and slip inti depression due to their sexual discomforts.

Ayurveda has a remedy for everything but it not a magic wand, one has to be consistent and practice yoga and meditation along with such remedies if looking for a complete cure.

The following herbs may help with erectile dysfunction and impotency issues.

  • Pomegranate juice: Pomegranate juice works perfectly like Viagra, it is 100 percent natural so there is no chance of any kind of side effects. Being rich in antioxidants it helps to enhance blood flow through your genital area.

  • Ginseng: Korean red ginseng has long been used to stimulate male sexual function. Ginsenoside found in ginseng acts on the body the same way as Viagra. The herb has shown significant improvement in achieving and maintaining an erection.

  • Ashwagandha is an effective herbal treatment for erectile dysfunction and loss of libido. It can help restore sexual health, and was mentioned in the ancient “Kama Sutra” as an herb that heightened sexual experiences.

  • Drumsticks: According to a study, drumsticks have shown significant improvement in men’s sexual vigour.

  • Jeera: Loaded with zinc and potassium, jeera (cumin) improves your performance in bed by increasing blood flow to the reproductive organ.

    Stress & depression is also one of the major causes of impotence and erectile dysfunction. For any such issues kindly visit this blog onaami to seek answers related to depression and suffering. You can ask questions too.😊

Methi dana or Fenugreek Seeds for Diabetes

Fenugreek is an aromatic plant that has many uses, fenugreek is a key ingredient of Indian recipes and ayurvedic medicines.

How does it affect diabetes?

Fenugreek seeds (trigonella foenum graecum) are high in soluble fibre, which helps lower blood sugar levels by slowing down digestion and absorption of carbohydrates. This suggests they may be effective in treating people with diabetes.

Multiple studies have been carried out to investigate the potential anti-diabetic benefits of fenugreek.

Of these, several clinical trials showed that fenugreek seeds can improve most metabolic symptoms associated with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes in humans by lowering blood glucose levels and improving glucose tolerance.

In one study, researchers in India found that adding 100 grams of defatted fenugreek seed powder to the daily diet of patients with insulin-dependent (type 1) diabetes significantly reduced their gasting blood glucose levels improved glucose tolerance and also lowered total cholesterol, LDL or ‘bad’ cholesterol and triglycerides.

In another controlled trial, incorporating 15 grams of powdered fenugreek seed into a meal eaten by people with type 2 diabetes reduced the rise in post-meal blood glucose, while a separate study found that taking 2.5 grams of fenugreek twice a day for three months lowered blood sugar levels in people with mild, but not severe, type 2 diabetes.

Also fenugreek seeds are a rich source of vitamin and minerals and antioxidants, which help protect the body’s cells from damage caused by unstable molecules known as free radicals.

For centuries they have been (and are still) used by nursing mothers to help stimulate the production of breast milk during pregnancy and following childbirth. Due to their powerful antiviral properties, they are also commonly used as an herbal remedy for colds and sore throats.

How to take or start with?

1.Soak 1 tbsp of methi seeds in half cup water overnight and drink this water in morning. You can chew a few seeds too and use the rest in cooking meals. Don’t keep it for long.

2. Include methi seeds in your everyday cooking.

3. Use methi leaves to prepare saag , sabzi curry .

Please note the following precautions..

Before using fenugreek to treat your diabetes, consult your GP and diabetes healthcare team to ensure it is safe. As with other blood sugar-reducing herbs, there is the risk that fenugreek may cause your blood sugars to go too low ( hypoglycemia) when taken alongside prescribed diabetes drugs.

As a result, the dose of your anti-diabetic medication might need to be changed.