Sexual Impotence

Sex is now regarded as a basic instinct like hunger. Sexual activity, however, demands complete
concentration and relaxation. It cannot be performed in haste and tension. Persons who are usually tense and over-occupied are unable to follow these norms. Many persons, therefore,
suffer from sexual dysfunctions. The most common male sexual dysfunction is impotence or loss of sexual power.


Impotence takes three forms. There is primary impotence When the man’s erectile dysfunction is there from the very beginning of sexual activity and he simply cannot have an erection. This is a rare manifestation of the problem.

Secondary impotence is the commonest and this implies that the man can normally attain an erection but fails on one or more occasions in between normal activity.

The third form is associated with age and is a continuous and serious form with poor prognosis.


Since erection is the result of erotic excitement, intact nervous pathways and adequate hormonal functioning, the pathological causes of impotence are numerous. It may occur as a result of psychological illness such as depression, which lowers both sexual drive and erectile function, tiredness, alcohol abuse, the therapeutic use of oestrogens, paralysis of parasympathetic nerves by drugs or permanent damage to them and diabetes.

Other causes of impotence are abuse or misuse of the sexual orgasm over a long period and a devitalised condition of the system in general.

However, the main problem of secondary impotence is the apprehension created by failure
which generates a good deal of anxiety for the next time round regarding the likelihood of failure. If, in fact, intercourse is attempted again and the same failure results, then a vicious circle is established. Anxiety of failure is established as an anticipatory reflex which in turn impairs the capacity of the penis.


Taking of drugs or so called "remedies" in case of impotence is not only useless but dangerous. Diet is an important factor in these conditions.

First Step - FRUIT DIET

Second Step - balanced diet of seeds, nuts and
grains, vegetables and fruits, with generous use of special rejuvenative foods such as whey, soured milks, particularly made from goat’s milk, millet, garlic, honey, cold-pressed vegetable oils

Third Step - The patient should avoid smoking,alcohol, tea, coffee and all processed,
canned, refined and denatured foods, especially white sugar and white flour and products made from them.

According to Dr. Robinson, an eminent sexologist of America ,GARLIC has a pronounced aphrodisiac effect. It is a tonic for loss of sexual power from any cause and for sexual debility and impotence resulting from sexual over-indulgence and nervous exhaustion.

Onion is another important aphrodisiac food. It stands second only to garlic. It increases libido
and strengthens the reproductory organs. The white variety of onion, is however, more useful for this purpose.

Dried dates
Black raisins
The lady’s finger