Prescription Medicine Is Not for Everyone
By Dr. Edward R. Rosic
Although many men may view Prescription Medicine as second-best only to getting a drink from the fountain of youth, the fact is that this drug is not for all men even those who are impotent. First of all, it is not 100% effective: some studies show a failure rate of 40 to 50%. Second, prescription medicine is expensive: most pharmacies charge between 9 and 10 dollars per pill! They are not without side effects, some quite serious. A significant percentage of men who use this drug experience headaches, facial flushing, and upset stomach, none of which goes particularly well with sex.
For men who don't want to pay $300 a month for prescription medicine, there is a safe, natural alternative.
For men who have heart problems and are taking any kind of medicinal nitrates (such as nitroglycerin for chest pain), their side effects can be much more serious, with death being a very real possibility. Uprima also has some significant side effects, including nausea, vomiting, and blackouts and women just don't take kindly to such things during intimate moments.
or millennia, people in China, Korea, and other regions of the Orient have used ginseng to increase stamina, decrease fatigue, and boost their libido.
With so many men suffering from impotence, prescription drugs will continue to make millions of dollars for their pharmaceutical creators, no matter how outrageously priced they are or how unpleasant the possible side effects. However, for men who don't want to pay $300 a month for prescription medicine or who are on nitrates and don't want to pay with their life for a night of fun, there is a safe, natural alternative that has been known for at least 5000 years.
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Dr. Rosick is an attending physician and clinical assistant professor of medicine at Pennsylvania State University, where he specializes in preventive and alternative medicine. He also holds a master's d Call (800) 543-3873 - Email firstname.lastname@example.org