Every sexually active man wants to last longer in bed. Unfortunately, a lot of them ejaculate and reach orgasm too fast – one to three minutes after the penetration. In most sever cases ejaculation occurs even before penetration or right after it.
Doctors call this sexual condition (when man has no control over his ejaculation and it occurs before he wants it) premature ejaculation (in short PE). There are some physical factors that can cause premature ejaculation, such as infections of urinary tract or prostatitis, but nowadays doctors agree that most of the causes are of psychological nature.
And a lot of medical professionals agree that natural remedies can help prevent premature ejaculation and help last longer in bed. A lot of such remedies are available over the counter in most pharmacies.
First of them is plant Angelica. It can grow up as high as 6 feet. It is known under different names – European angelica, garden angelica, Archangelica officinalis, angelique, root of the holy ghost, wild angelica and others. The oil extract from its root is used to treat premature ejaculation. It should be applied directly to the skin of the penis.
Another plant helpful to men who suffer from premature ejaculation is the California flower Hibiscus. It can help in relaxation and restoration of warm relationsips between sexual partners which in turn can help man control his ejaculation .
Fo ti (or Ho Shou Wu) is a very well-known plant used in Chinese medicine for ages. The properties of Fo ti are similar to famous ginseng. It can preserve youth, increase ones energy and restore lowered sexual functioning. Fo to is used for treating not only premature ejaculation, but premature senility, erectile dysfunction and infertility as well. It can even increase sperm count – all that made Fo ti one of preferred plants used in Chinese medicine. It is sometimes even called “herbal Viagra alternative”
There is Asian perennial plant named Bu Gu Zhi, Psoralea corylifolia or Cullen corylifolium. Its seeds are used as premature ejaculation remedies and also for treating febrile diseases, frequent urination, lower back pains, incontinence and impotence.
The FDA (American Food and Drug Administration) does not inspect or in any way regulate the use or prescription of herbal natural remedies, it does not approve their use for treatment of any health conditions.
The point is that herbal remedies can also cause adverse side effects along with healing properties. In mild cases some of them go away as soon as you stop taking remedies or as your organism adjusts to them, but in rare cases the side effects can be quite serious. In such case you are strongly recommended to seek immediate medical attention.