My Supplements and newbie routine
First of all this appears to be my first post! I just started PE about a week ago, currently doing the newbie routine 2 days on, 1 day off. To start with my measurements are:
FL: 4 3/8”
FG: 4 3/8”
EL: 6 5/8”
EG: 5 3/8”
My lengths were taken with a soft tape measure from where the top of the penis meets my body. After looking around the forums for a while I realized that most people are taking length measurements with a hard ruler pushed against their pubic bone - I’ll have to soon give that a try!
I hope to reach at least 7.5” in erect length. Here’s to hoping!
I have been taking supplements for the past couple of months and thought I’d share what I’m taking with you all. These weren’t originally intended for PE, but for an increase in sex drive and blood flow to the penis, and also just to be healthier in general. I’ve researched everything: it’s all herbal and safe. Here’s the list of supplements I take daily or as often as I can:
*5-10g each of L-Arginine and L-Citrilline - L-Arginine is a conditionally essential basic amino acid involved primarily in urea metabolism and excretion, as well as DNA synthesis. Great for circulation. I get the product from a company called Forevergreen. It’s lemon-lime and tastes good in water.
*Maca Root - libido enhancer/boosts sex drive, erectile dysfunction, energy enhancement, increase sperm count
*Damiana Leaf - Good for ED, aphrodisiac, weight loss, stress relief, circulation.
*Fo-Ti - rejuvenating effects on the nerves, brain cells and endocrine glands. It stimulates a portion of the adrenal gland and helps to detoxify the body. Great for healthy hair.
*GABA - By inhibiting over-stimulation of the brain, GABA may help promote relaxation and ease nervous tension.
*Vitamin B 100 Complex - Great for energy
*Tribulus Terrestris - increase in testosterone, ED, aphrodisiac, enhances athletic performance
* Ginseng complex with royal jelly (take sparingly) - increases body’s resistance to stress
Vitamin E, Fish Oils, Vitamin D
I found most of the less common herbs on a website called iHerb. Check it out. Let me know what you think!