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Supplements for Treating an Injury

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Thanks! It’s a fine line between trying something out, while also being aware that substances with medicinal properties should be taken responsibly, which means doing some research and starting off slowly to ensure something is right for you. I’m happy if I can help encourage people to have the right mindset.

Damiana- I didn’t find any evidence about normal usage of damiana damaging the liver or kidneys(which is generally the primary concern with supplements) and there is evidence that damiana may in fact be beneficial for the liver and kidneys, among other benefits.

Damiana can lower blood sugar, which generally is a good thing for diabetics, but is something to be aware of so you don’t end up with unexpected low blood sugar. You might have to slightly adjust your insulin dosage and have a source of sugar on hand in case you get low. It has been reported that damiana may cause seizures in some people. Some may have an allergic reaction resulting in hives or skin irritation. Start with a low dose and only buy from a reputable company.

Suma- Suma can purportedly benefit practically everything, and there isn’t any evidence available about negative side effects. Its probably one of the safest and all around beneficial supplements out there, that still packs a bit of a punch as far as energy, libido, mental performance, etc.

Burdock- May slow blood clotting/increase the risk of bleeding, lower blood sugar, or cause an allergic reaction in those sensitive to the asteraceae/compisitae family.

Bee pollen- From the front of the container of the one I have- ‘Caution: Bee pollen may cause an allergic reaction in some sensitive people. To test for allergy, place small portion under the tongue. If there is no reaction, gradually increase intake for first time users.’ Potential allergic reaction is the only thing I’ve come across.

A few final ideas to wrap it up- in the first two posts I tried to focus on the feel of these supplements rather than the so called stats of the benefits, because ‘user experience’ is what really counts. Two supplements could boosts hormones or work as stimulants, but make a person feel totally different. One of them could feel great for one person and make someone else feel weird. I tried to convey the feel that I got to at least give somewhat of an idea for someone interested, but not sure which to try first, but it always comes down to personal preference.

As far as safety, the main thing is looking out for whether something can cause lasting harm, and if something might interact negatively with medications or medical conditions. Also, start with a small amount and only purchase from a well known, trusted company.

As time goes on I’ll add some studies about some of these, but there’s more than enough reading here for the next time anyone is bored on a rainy day.

Healing supplements

Originally Posted by inspirit99
Are you talking about healing an injury back to normal? Or giving a performance/libido boost?

I had a bad experience with a topical application of DMSO and wouldn’t recommend it. There is a big thread on here where someone suggested topical DMSO and iodine for curing hard flaccid, and many pages later, there weren’t any recovery stories.

Yes… healing injuries back to normal. With DMSO I’ve used in on shoulders, knees and my back and feel it’s helped eliminate pain and speeded my recovery. I use a 70% solution.
However Dr. Ric has used DMSO in conjunction with a couple different peptides for PE. He says it’s helped him gain, but doesn’t have any real way to validate his claims.

I don’t doubt what you are saying. For penile injuries though, it seems it doesn’t help them heal, since theories about using DMSO have been floating around on the injuries forums for awhile, including that one big thread I linked, and despite many trying it, there still aren’t any recovery stories related to its use.

I’ve found an amazing mix of supplements in a drink called gfuel. I’m 26, have a downward and leftward bend from an injury, I can usually only have a good erection once maybe twice a day if I’m doing nothing all day (no excercise, eating okay not really healthy). This drink changed everything I had only one serving, no change in life style and bam, can have 4 rock hard long lasting erections. It has a lot of stuff in it, L-tyrosine, L-citrulline, L-cartinine, Vitamins E, C, B6, B12, Niacin, Taurine, Caffiene, and it’s sugar free. Can find it online at their website or sites like amazon. Just wanted to share this as it’s helped me a lot allready. Also garlic, ginger and watermelon work wonders.

placebo effects

Originally Posted by inspirit99
I don’t doubt what you are saying. For penile injuries though, it seems it doesn’t help them heal, since theories about using DMSO have been floating around on the injuries forums for awhile, including that one big thread I linked, and despite many trying it, there still aren’t any recovery stories related to its use.

I agree, any positive results are probably the result of a positive mental expectation.

You might have misunderstood me, I didn’t say anything about positive expectations. I believe you that the DMSO has helped back, knee, etc. injuries heal more quickly, and that it may help people’s erections somewhat, likely due to promoting blood flow. There isn’t any evidence about it healing penile injuries back to normal, and for helping erections others things would be more practical and effective than applying DMSO to the penis.

Originally Posted by Moikuh
I’ve found an amazing mix of supplements in a drink called gfuel. I’m 26, have a downward and leftward bend from an injury, I can usually only have a good erection once maybe twice a day if I’m doing nothing all day (no excercise, eating okay not really healthy). This drink changed everything I had only one serving, no change in life style and bam, can have 4 rock hard long lasting erections. It has a lot of stuff in it, L-tyrosine, L-citrulline, L-cartinine, Vitamins E, C, B6, B12, Niacin, Taurine, Caffiene, and it’s sugar free. Can find it online at their website or sites like amazon. Just wanted to share this as it’s helped me a lot allready. Also garlic, ginger and watermelon work wonders.

Thanks for sharing. The next step might be branching out and trying one or two other natural remedies that are also tonics for your overall health and thus beneficial for repeated usage. Suma is a good one, and if garlic, ginger and watermelon are working wonders, would likely provide a substantial boost.

For anyone who has gotten something out of this thread, even if just for educational purposes or personal interest, I think it would be beneficial to provide a little detail about some of these supplements (I’m avoiding the word herbs, because almost none of them are leaf based and most are roots, so are they technically considered herbs?)

Eleuthero is an adaptogen which deserves to be talked about. It isn’t actually truly an aphrodisiac, so why is it on this list? It normalizes and balances body functions, so with a penile injury, or a penis with sub-optimal function, levels of certain neurotransmitters and hormones will in turn go down, which makes things worse. Eleuthero will balance things out to an extent, and will help. It won’t bring everything back to normal, and depending on the severity of the problem, it may only make a small difference on sexual function, but it does make a difference.

The real reason its included is because of its extraordinary effectiveness with physical and mental energy, performance, mood, etc. And anyone who’s had an injury or sub optimal penile function knows that it can take a toll on overall mood, energy, motivation. Eleuthero brings back life energy without feeling weird or unnatural at all, which is truly amazing for a supplement. In fact, it is often recommended for people with chronic illnesses sapping their energy or especially stressful jobs.

This article touches upon the wealth of evidence and data attesting to its effectiveness. Apparently, it is used in a formula the Soviets gave to extreme athletes and soldiers, and demonstrated effectiveness in another study where it was given to military personnel under high stress situations.

https://medium.com/@jonathanroselan…ue-f516addce4d9

According to wikipedia, general usage of the term “herb” differs between culinary and medicinal usage; in medicinal or spiritual usage, any parts of the plant might be considered as “herbs,” including leaves, roots, flowers, seeds, root bark, inner bark (and cambium) resin and pericarp.

So from now on they’re herbs.

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