In traditional Chinese medicine, there are many Chinese herbs to treat erectile dysfunction (impotence). These herbs are often made into herbal teas to treat erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation and improve sexual performance.
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Horny Goat Weed Tea
Horny goat weed tea is made from the leaves of Epimedium. Horny goat weed also called Yin Yang Huo is traditional Chinese medicine. The whole of horny goat weed can be used as medicine.
China is the geographical distribution center of horny goat weed, with 40 varieties of horny goat weed. There are 15 main types of medicinal products of horny goat weed.
In ancient China, some shepherds found that the number of the goat in estrus increased significantly after they eat a small grass. And the number of mating with ewes increases, and the mating time is prolonged.
Later, after a field investigation by a Chinese medicine doctor, it was determined that this grass has an aphrodisiac effect. Because this kind of grass can increase the sexual capacity of goats, the doctor named it “horny goat grass”.
According to <Chinese Pharmacopoeia>, horny goat weed has the function of improving erectile function and sexual performance. Besides, it also has effects of boosting human immunity, anti-aging, nourishing kidney, strengthening muscles and bones, and treating rheumatism.
Tu Si Zi Tea
Tu Si Zi tea is made from the seeds of Cuscuta Chinensis. Tu Si Zi also called Chinese dodder seed is traditional Chinese medicine.
In traditional Chinese medicine, Tu Si Zi can not only treat impotence and premature ejaculation, but also can treat weakness of the lumbar and knee, dizziness, and tinnitus.
Tu Si Zi is rich in flavonoids, which can improve the survival rate and vitality of sperm. It can also improve kidney deficiency, relieve back pain, and protect the eyes.
Tu Si Zi is mature seeds, which require to be ground into powder and add some sugar to brew with boiling water for 3-5 minutes.
Chinese Chive Seed Tea
Chinese chive seed tea is made from the seeds of Allium tuberosum. Chinese chive seed is also called Allium tuberosum rottler, tuber onion seed, or Jiu Cai Zi is. It is a kind of traditional Chinese medicine. Chinese chive has a popular name “Zhuang Yang Cao” (Aphrodisiac Grass) in China.
In traditional Chinese medicine, Chinese chive has the effect of treating impotence and kidney deficiency. But on the effect of improving sexual performance, Chinese chive seed is better than that of Chinese chive.
Like Tu Si Zi, Chinese chive seed is also a mature seed and cannot be brewed directly with water. It requires to be ground into powder and then brewed with boiling water. It can be added to soup or porridge.
Chinese chive seed tea can treat impotence, spermatorrhea, frequency of enuresis and urination, soreness and weakness of waist and knees, and excessive leucorrhea.
In addition, Chinese chive seed contains a large number of volatile essential oils and some aromatic substances, which can promote the secretion of digestive fluid and accelerate gastrointestinal peristalsis to help digestion.
Suo Yang Tea
Suo Yang tea is made from the stems of Cynomorium. Suo Yang is traditional Chinese medicine. It looks like a male penis and it is mainly distributed in northwest China.
Suo Yang has the functions of treating erectile dysfunction, low sexual desire, spermatorrhea, soreness of waist and knee, and so on.
Suo Yang tea is a specialty of Suna County of Gansu Province of China. The local people slice Suo Yang and boil it with milk. It can not only improve sexual ability but also contain many amino acids and trace elements required by the human body.
Recent scientific experiments prove that Suo Yang also has the functions of anti-cancer, antiviral effect, and anti-aging.
Ba Ji Tian Tea
Ba Ji Tian tea is made from the roots of Morinda Officinalis. Ba Ji Tian is traditional Chinese medicine and is mainly distributed in southern China.
Ba Ji Tian mainly treats impotence, spermatorrhea, irregular menstruation, rheumatism, and weakness of muscles and bones.
The finished products of Ba Ji Tian can be brewed with boiling water directly. But the untreated Ba Ji Tian requires to be boiled in water to be made into tea.
Rou Cong Rong Tea
Rou Cong Rong tea is made from the stems of Cistanche deserticola. Cistanche deserticola is a parasitic plant in the desert. Because of its high medicinal value, it is known as the name “desert ginseng”.
In Chinese history, Rou Cong Rong had been regarded as a tribute in the countries of Western Regions. And it was also one of the most frequently used tonic herbs in the prescriptions of aphrodisiac and nourishing kidneys in the past dynasties of China.
Rou Cong Rong contains a large number of amino acids, cystine, vitamins, and trace elements, which are precious nourishing substances.
Rou Cong Rong tea has a great beneficial effect on kidneys, testicles, penis, and other sexual organs. In addition, Rou Cong Rong tea also has anti-aging, enhancing human immunity, and other benefits.