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  1. I have been doing masturbation for many years. I am going to get married soon and my erections are weak and premature ejaculation is also there. Can you suggest some herbs or remedial measures I can take to avoid the embarrassment? I checked the website by Dr. Lin (actionlove.com). It seemed legit but the medicines cannot be ordered in my country. I am thinking of using some of the herbs used by him as a supplement. To name a few : Panax ginseng, American Ginseng, Damiana, Pumpkin seed, Saw palmetto, pygeum bark, Nestle root, Mucuna pruriens, Tribulus terrestris, Gingko biloba. Does anybody have experience have these medicines? What are your views about Dr. Lin of (actionlove.com). Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
  2. The efficacy of majority of herbal medicines has always been questioned by science. The ancient systems of medicine like Ayurveda, Accupressure are termed as pseudo science. However, enough people claim to get cured by these systems and I think it's the reason why these systems have survived for so long. In my opinion, herbs definitely have some impact on body but these changes are minutiae and hence unobservable to a worldly man. In fact, the research done on these medicines is often of shorter duration and not done in collaboration with other supporting herbs. Majority of ancient medicine systems deal with body as a whole unlike modern medicine which is known for its expertise in dealing with each body part separately. My aim of asking this question on this forum is that many of the individuals here are involved in spiritual practices. Spiritual people have much better body mind connections and they have deeper understanding of bodily functions. Does anybody have anything solid in this regards? Are herbs really effective to treat diseases? Please share your thoughts.
  3. https://www.hindawi.com/journals/ecam/2011/543648/ An Herbal Nasal Drop Enhanced Frontal and Anterior Cingulate Cortex Activity