Impotence, which is a man's inability to have or to maintain an erection, may have several causes. Many people think it is always an emotional or psychological issue, but it can also be due to stress or to certain physical problems.
For example, when a person has high cho?lesterol, the fat and plaque may get depos?ited on the coronary arteries, blocking the flow of blood to the heart and triggering a heart attack due to the insufficient blood supply. Similarly, the plaque may get deposited in the blood vessels leading to the penis, resulting in a "penis attack"-in which the blood supply to the penis is insufficient to create or sustain an erection, resulting in impotence.
A simple and effective remedy is to massage the pubic area (the lower part of your abdomen) and the root of the penis with a few drops 01 mahanarayan oil. This massage will improve the circulation and may be sufficient to elim?inate the problem.
You can also apply some bala oil or ashwagandha oil directly to the penis.
Massaging above the prostate gland (midway between the scrotum and the anus) with any of the three oils mentioned above will also be beneficial. If you do not have these oils, you can just use a little plain ghee. First rub in a circular motion, then finish with strokes from the anus toward the base of the penis. Use a light pressure. Like the massage of the pubic area, this will help improve circulation.
For internal use, make a mixture of equal propor?tions of the following herbs:
and take 1 teaspoon of this mixture twice a day in warm milk, continuing for 3 months. While the milk is heating, add a few pieces of chopped fresh garlic. The garlic improves the blood supply and increases the dilation of the blood vessels. The combination of the garlic with these strengthening herbs will help alleviate the problem.
Every night, drink a cup of warm milk with a pinch of saf?fron added. Saffron is an aphrodisiac and also increases sperm count.
If the cause of impotence is psychological, such as fear or anxiety, you may be able to correct the prob?lem by drinking some Tranquillity Tea, an herbal compound that contains jatamamsi, brahmi, and shanka pushpi in equal proportions. Make a tea from 1/2 teaspoon of this mixture, and drink it about an hour before going to bed. It will definitely help with the emo?tional and psychological stress that may be at the root of the problem.
Certain yoga exercises may also help. The Rooster pose, which involves sitting in such a way that pressure is applied on the prostate gland, is particularly benefi?cial. Also try the Elevated Lotus, Vajrasana, Chakra Asana, and the Bow pose.