Dr. Kwaku Sarbah, the founder of Sarbash Herbal Center, has adviced men who take aphrodisiacs to stop taking them as they can weaken their bodies.
According to Amy Richter a Retired Nutritionist, an aphrodisiac is a food or drug that arouses sexual instinct, brings on desire, or increases sexual pleasure or performance. This was updated on October 14th, 2020.
In an interview with Adwen on e. TV, Dr. Asante emphasized that ” This is the reason a lot of men have weak penis. Some genuinly have weak penis whiles others are also just lazy but most men are weak in bed because of the aphrodisiacs they take”.
He revealed that taking the aphrodisiacs only gives them strength for a while and weakens them permanently afterwards or forever.
Some go as far as not only weakening the penis but also your lungs, kidneys and other organs. If you are aware of your weakeness in bed, then seek help to cure your sickness but dont take aphrodisiacs. It will continue to weaken your penis, he advised.
The herbalist further explained that, there are more healthier and beneficial options for men who want to last longer in bed and advised them to go for better options rather than relying on aphrodisiacs.
Also, Medical practitioner and Chief Executive Officer for victory regenerative centre in Kumasi, Dr. Martin Asante has attributed the increasing use of aphrodiosiacs by most Ghanaian men to sympatise for their partners in terms of satisfying them sexually.
According to Dr. Asante, most men lack the ability to meet the standard of sexual satisfaction their partners need hence the in take of these drugs.
” Most men take these aphrodisiacs because they are not able tp satisfy their partners and therefore have to take drugs with the aim of giving their partners the best of sex” he said in an interview with OTEC NEWS.
Dr Asante however downplayed arguments that the use of aphrodisiacs was unhealthy.
He explains that there are types of aphrodisiac but taking the wrong ones especially with artificial and foreign ones can be dangerous to one’s health.
Source: The Independent Ghana