Herbal Viagra Alternative, best substitute, natural and safer, herbs that work as well as Viagra
January 2 2017 by Ray Sahelian, M.D.,

There are many products marketed as best Herbal Viagra alternative, and as with any product on the market, some Herbal Viagra alternative products work while others don't. Unfortunately, a few sellers of these products have added pharmaceutical agents like Viagra,
Levitra or some of the newer drugs to their products. In my opinion, and I am quite certain of this, there are many herbs that have a positive influence on sex drive and sexual performance. It's too bad that some bad apples are giving a bad name to the herbal industry.

Natural products are almost always safer
There are some herbal Viagra alternative products that do work, such as a natural sexual enhancement product which has several pure herbs with no drugs and no hormones.
The potent herbal extracts in Passion Rx include ashwagandha, catuaba, choline, cnidium monnieri, dmae, horny goat weed, maca, mucuna pruriens, muira puama, passion flower, pfaffia paniculata, rhodiola, shilajit, tribulus terrestris, tongkat ali and a potent extract called lj100. A version with yohimbe is available and it works faster. Recently, in the news, tongkat ali is being called Malaysia's herbal Viagra.

Passion Rx with Yohimbe is an excellent choice for many people. So is the Natural Sex Booster package.

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Viagra and Blindness, cause for concern
A Houston man filed a lawsuit in June 2005 in federal court against Pfizer, claiming he suffered blindness after taking its best-selling erectile dysfunction drug Viagra. James Thompson filed the civil suit against Pfizer in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas on Tuesday and is seeking more than $75,000 for his vision loss. He is also seeking class-action status because it has been estimated that since 1998, 23 million people have taken the erectile dysfunction drug Viagra, the trade name for sildenafil.
     Natural herbal Viagra alternatives are not known to cause blindness.

Impotence drugs currently available on the market
Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis.

Contamination of over the counter products
Herbal Viagra and other so-called natural impotency herbs alternatives advertised on the Internet and in men's magazines are sometimes contaminated with real drugs and could harm those who take them. They said the flood of e-mail spam touting herbal Viagra alternatives to prescription erectile dysfunction drugs was a sign of how popular such products were, but the researchers suggested that governments monitor and regulate supplements more closely. "These are being marketed as being safe and natural products," said Dr. Neil Fleshner of Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto, Canada. "It is plausible that deaths have occurred or could occur." Fleshner and colleagues bought seven "herbal" erectile dysfunction products to find out what was in them. Two contained significant levels of prescription phosphodiesterase inhibitors - sildenafil, sold by Pfizer under the brand name Viagra and tadalafil, Eli Lilly and Co's Cialis. herbal natural Viagra.

Food Addit Contam Part A Chem Anal Control Expo Risk Assess. 2013. Sildenafil and analogous phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE-5) inhibitors in herbal food supplements sampled on the Dutch market. Herbal food supplements, claiming to enhance sexual potency, may contain deliberately added active pharmacological ingredients (APIs) that can be used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED). The aim of this study was to determine whether herbal food supplements on the Dutch market indeed contain APIs that inhibit phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE-5) inhibitors, such as sildenafil and analogous PDE-5 inhibitors. Herbal food supplements intended to enhance sexual potency (n = 71), and two soft drinks, were sampled from 2003 up to and including 2012. In 23 herbal supplements, nine different PDE-5 inhibitors were identified; in a few cases , more than one inhibitor was indentified. The presence of these APIs was however not stated on the label. The concentrations of PDE-5 inhibitors per dose unit were analysed. Furthermore, the potential pharmacologically active properties of the detected PDE-5 inhibitors were estimated by using data from the scientific and patent literature regarding (1) in vitro PDE-5 activity, (2) reported effective doses of registered drugs with PDE-5 inhibitor activity and (3) similarity to other structural analogues. It was concluded that 18 of the 23 herbal food supplements, when used as recommended, would have significant pharmacological effects due to added APIs.

Pressing for Legal Changes
Current law allows non-prescription supplements to be advertised so long as they do not make specific health claims, such as lowering cholesterol. However, the FDA does move to stop the marketing of products that contain prescription medicines. "The law, in my opinion, is way off the mark," Dr. Ira Sharlip of Pacific Urology in San Francisco told the news conference. A British study said other herbal products could also be dangerous. Dr. Ramesh Thurairaja and colleagues at the Bristol Royal Infirmary in Britain did a "Google" Internet search using the words herbal Viagra  and I actually picked up 160,000 hits last year," Thurairaja told a news conference. "Two weeks ago I typed Herbal Viagra in and got 690,000 hits." Many of the sites also touted penis enlargement products, Thurairaja noted. His team assessed the first 50 Web sites and found only 36 percent offered any advice on who should not use the products and just 21 percent listed potential side-effects. Only 21 percent offered information from someone with medical training and 24 percent clearly stated that their information was not to replace doctors' advice.

Questions
Q. The web is full of best herbal Viagra formulas. I want to buy such a supplement but how do I know they work? Some even contain saw palmetto.
     A. There are many herbal Viagra products sold on the market and some of them do work. If you buy an herbal Viagra product the only way you will know if it works is by trying it. Also, check the reputation of the company before buying. Do they provide a physical address or a phone number that an actual person answers? Saw palmetto may have some libido enhancing properties

Q. What is the best herbal Viagra product? I seem to come across a web site called Consumer Health Digest Review that claims that they rank different herbal Viagra or libido products. Is the information on Consumer Health Digest Review reliable? Are they related to Consumer Reports?
     A. There are literally thousands of herbal Viagra products, and it is difficult to say since there is no way they have all been tested against each other to know the best herbal Viagra substitute. Do not trust the herbal Viagra review websites, for instance Consumer Health Digest Review, since they are promoting their own product. Consumer Health Digest Review make themselves seem impartial and use names such as Consumer Health Digest Review to make is seem that they are official, but they are just a front for companies with their own agenda. Hence, any product promoted by this website is inherently not to be trusted since you can tell they are using shady methods to attract visitors to their site. To the best of my knowledge, I do not believe Consumer Health Digest is related to Consumer Reports.

Q. Is there such a thing as a female herbal Viagra for a woman?
     A. Many herbal supplements do work in a woman, for instance muira puama, tongkat ali, Horny Goat Weed, and Passion Rx. A female herbal Viagra is a better choice than Viagra for women since the drug does not improve libido or sensation.

Q. Do you know how to find a free sample of herbal Viagra?
     A. We don't but you can search the web for " sample free herbal Viagra "

Q. Is it okay to mix an herbal Viagra formula with heart medication?
     A. Patients with heart disease should avoid most of them unless taken in small amounts, such as a portion of a capsule.

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