Herbal Remedies for Premature Ejaculation Recognised and Promoted by Government
Premature ejaculation is one of the most common sexual dysfunctions a man can have and yet it’s the one that gets the least amount of attention. Finally it seems that the shadows are clearing around this issue.
Over one third of men have it. It strikes young and old, experienced and non-experienced, Caucasian, African American, Asian and First Nation and anyone in between. It can ruin self esteem, demoralize, and hinder family planning. And it’s something that most people just don’t want to talk about, let alone deal with. It’s premature ejaculation (PE), the sexual dysfunction associated with ejaculating too quickly on a regular basis.
Shockingly, although this is a common issue, only a handful of studies have been done on it and generally only in conjunction with other sexual health studies such as erectile dysfunction and the impact of larger health concerns such as diabetes on sexual function. The research in PE goes back to the 1950s and the techniques outlined there are still used today with little change! Little work has been done in creating cures for the problem, even though a good one third of the men in the world are looking desperately for one. There are no prescription medicines for example and men are generally directed to conventional cures such as Kegels and therapy which are effective, but very slow which makes many desperate for faster measures.
“2014 has marked the year for change. And the change has come from the 3rd biggest island in the world- The Borneo Island. The herbal product for premature ejaculation treatment called Gambir Sarawak has now been widely promoted by the Sarawak government. It even appeared in Food and Cultural Fair as reported by the local newspaper, the Borneo Post,” said Eddy Tan, Sales Director of PrivateAndIntimate.com.
“I think it’s a shame that so many men have been hiding what is actually a very common problem. What’s worse is that as a result of trying to hide it, they end up duped by a huge range of so-called ‘premature ejaculation cures’ that are useless at best and dangerous at worst,” added Eddy Tan.
PE has become more visible of late with larger studies being conducted to include premature ejaculation and more men coming ‘out’ as it were in relation to their confidence levels and sexual prowess. This is partly due to the power of the internet which can bring men together who have this problem and partly because the demand for a cure has become loud enough for others to take notice. Ranging from herbal remedies to brand new sprays used to delay the ejaculation reaction, sufferers of PE have more options for a cure than ever. These things can all be used in conjunction with the slower tried and true methods as a way to get satisfaction immediately and work more long term on the dysfunction, they are discreet since no prescription is necessary and they tend to be relatively affordable.
“Thankfully, nowadays, men aren’t stuck on things like Jamaican Stone or even weirder cures like things made from ground ants. There are many more and many safer options out there which is great for everyone. However, one has always be more cautious when come to herbal remedies, which in themselves range for dangerous to very effective, so make sure research is done before purchasing,” Eddy says.
It’s still important to keep the discussion around premature ejaculation going and to keep pushing for cures that will let men last longer in bed. 2014 was a great start for people suffering from this issue to find more support and more tools, but 2015 could be even better with more options on the market and more people to turn to. At the bottom, for many men, premature ejaculation is caused by and a cause for a lack of confidence and self esteem, so it’s important to keep the conversation going, work on alternative medicines, and bring this issue into the light of day outside the bedroom.
“We have to start having these conversations, at home, in the bedroom, with each other and with our doctors,” ended Eddy. “Because really, that’s where the premature ejaculation cure begins; with open communication, research into the problem, and not trying to hide the issue under terrible jokes and taunting.”
Eddy Tan was born and raised in Sarawak, the place of origin of Gambir Sarawak. Inspired by the vast variety of natural products found in Sarawak, he joined PrivateAndIntimate.com as the sales director to open up the international market for this herbal product since his retirement from civil service.
To learn more about premature ejaculation and all natural cures, one can visit http://PrivateAndIntimate.com for more information.