Here are many pharmaceutical prescriptions and herbal remedies that acclaim the ability to increase erectile function – intensity and/or duration. If you understand the mechanism you will understand what you need. (click here for more information)
First, most people are aware that in order in to have a penile erection, you need an increased blood flow. What is required to increase the blood flow?
1) Nitric oxide – a signaling diatomic gas that tells arteries to expand. It is involved in a number of other activities, including hormone and neurotransmitter regulation, immune function, etc. But in penile erection it is involved in arterial vasodilation, ie., arteries expand and allow greater blood flow.
2) So what controls nitric oxide? Glutathione regulates nitric oxide. But glutathone can only be made inside a cell. Which is why it is called endogenous. It cannot be transported into a cell, although it can exit the cells (particulary in the liver and kidneys).
3) The brain releases a neurotransmitter called acetylcholine. This neurotransmitter promotes the acitivity of the nitric oxide that is controlled by the glutathione.
4) Once the vessels are enlarged; the enlargement itself promotes more release of nitric oxide as the blood pressures against the venous walls. The two major muscles compress the viens that carry the blood away thus keeping the erection alive.
5) As the increase of glutathione deficiency continues; nitric oxide is poorly regulated; the back up storage of glutathione is reduced;there is insufficient release of nitric oxide; the arteres do not swell increasing blood flow and the erection does not happen.
6) There are a variety of drugs, that can toxify your system and result in more problems down the road but can alter the process in the short term. There are a variety of herbs that can work together to act on the acetylcholine levels, glutathione levels, and the nitric oxide levels. This was always a big part of Ayurvedic medicine. But today we can purchase a composition patent, that increase your glutathione levels between 200-400%, with an average of 292%, in the average person, within two months.
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