Neo40: a natural remedy to treat ED

Ever heard of Stein’s Law? It states that if something can’t go on forever, it will stop. Stein’s law always wins. There’s no better example than erectile dysfunction (ED), when men who have always expected instant gratification, suddenly develop a headache at bedtime! This week, how a natural remedy, Neo40, helps this troubling disorder. And it’s available without a doctor’s prescription.

It’s ironic that doctors have no trouble asking male patients if they’re smokers or abuse alcohol. But they’re uncomfortable when asking if they suffer from ED.

It’s a problem that shouldn’t be ignored. Studies show that 50% of men develop ED during their lifetime, but 75 percent never receive treatment. Who was it that said, “These are the golden years”? Sex may be only 5% of a marriage, but it’s the first 5%!

Atherosclerosis (hardening of arteries) is the main cause of ED, often associated with obesity and diabetes. Excessive alcohol consumption, smoking, depression, exhaustion, fear of failure at intercourse and prostate surgery are also factors.

Other cases of ED may be related to medication. Few people realize that cholesterol-lowering drugs decrease the production of the male hormone testosterone. Diuretics (water pills) and blood pressure drugs also trigger impotence.

So how can a distressed man get help without using ED drugs, which can be associated with side effects? Most people are unaware that a natural remedy, Neo40, is not only good for the heart, but also for the male organ. It’s a discovery backed by four patents and five clinical studies at the Universities of Texas, Vanderbilt and Cedar Sinai Hospital.

Dr. Nathan S. Bryan, at the University of Texas, is a world authority on nitric oxide (NO). Bryan says researchers have known for years that nitroglycerine eases coronary artery spasm and pain by increasing the amount of oxygenated blood to the heart’s muscle. Later studies show it’s the miracle molecule, Nitric Oxide, that’s actually dilates coronary arteries and stops the pain. This discovery, awarded the Nobel Prize in 1998, can also help ED.

After age 40, NO production decreases, causing constriction of penile arteries so less blood enters this organ. To rectify the problem, blood flow must be increased up to 100 times.

Neo40 is a lozenge that contains 420 milligrams of Nitric Oxide blend, L-Citrulline, an amino acid, Vitamin C, beet root, hawthorn and Vitamin B12. It’s a potent combination, and unlike ED drugs that work by blocking a chemical, Neo40 stimulates the inner lining of penile arteries to produce more NO, allowing blood to enter the penis.

Dr. Bryan says most men over 40 require two tablets of Neo40 daily until the level of NO reaches an effective level. Later, one tablet a day is sufficient. But each person reacts differently. Some men get an immediate response, while others need two tablets daily for several weeks to achieve results.

Neo 40 is available in most health food stores or at the toll-free # 1-800-575-8559. For more information see the web site

Any precautions? People who are taking nitrate drugs to treat angina should not take Neo40 as both cause dilatation of arteries. The combination may cause an excessive drop in blood pressure. It’s also prudent when starting a new remedy to check with your doctor.

Since graduating from The Harvard Medical School I’ve seen repeatedly that natural remedies are safer than prescription drugs. Every year 100,000 North Americans die from prescription drugs. To my knowledge, no one dies from using natural remedies. It therefore makes sense to try natural remedies first when one is available.

What does my crystal ball tell me? It’s that the epidemic of obesity and Type 2 diabetes, both notorious for causing atherosclerosis, will get worse. This means more distraught men will be reaching for Neo40, rather than hoping that low lights, soft music and a glass of cabernet sauvignon will cure their bedtime headache.

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