is a natural hormone produced by the adrenal glands in both men and women
that declines as we age.
In an attempt to find the cause of impotence among
the men in their study, the Massachusetts Male Aging Study checked the
levels of various hormones in all men to see if there was any difference
in impotent men. Impotent men would have lower levels of the primary male
sex hormone, testosterone, but that was not the case. In fact, of the
seventeen hormones measured, only one was noticeably lower in impotent
men, and that hormone was
DHEA. In fact, as level of DHEA declined, the
rate of impotency increased. By age forty, we have half the amount of DHEA
that we did at age twenty. Why would low levels of DHEA contribute to
impotence? There are several possible answers. DHEA is converted into
testosterone in the body, and testosterone controls libido in both men and
women. It is possible that
DHEA may have a sex-enhancing effect that helps
men to maintain an erection. In addition, earlier studies have linked low
levels of DHEA in men to an increased risk of heart disease. Having heart
disease greatly increases the likelihood that a man may develop impotence.
Melatonin Natural anti-aging hormone, has
been found to be a safe and effective sleep aid with no known side
effects. Many age-related ailments such as hypertension and heart
disease may be do at least in part to declining levels of
studies show that people with low
melatonin levels may be at a higher risk
for certain types of cancer.
Vitamins, Minerals and Herbs
Vitamin E – This
vitamin not only improves circulation throughout the body, but it is a
powerful antioxidant that can lower blood cholesterol and prevent
atherosclerosis. Every man should take
either by itself or as
part of an antioxidant complex. (If you are taking a blood thinner, check
with your doctor before taking
Beta carotene (provitamin A) is
converted into vitamin A, as the body needs it.
Vitamin A provides the raw
material from which sex hormones are produced, and it is essential that we
maintain high levels of
A in our body.
Zinc – This material
is essential for the production of testosterone; low levels in men have
been associated with infertility. (Zinc also helps to keep the prostate
is instrumental in muscle contraction, blood clotting, and maintenance of
cell membranes, and plays a critical role in the normal functioning of the
Magnesium - this
mineral helps to produce two chemicals in the brain critical for sexual
arousal: dopamine and acetylcholine.
Saw Palmetto (liquid form)-
An herb used to tone and
strengthen male and female reproductive systems, saw palmetto relieves
testicular inflammation, inhibits the hormone responsible for
Saw Palmetto (capsules)
Ginkgo biloba – Ginkgo
is the herb for good circulation.
Yohimbe – The herb
yohimbe is a much weaker version of the prescription drug yohimbine, which
is often prescribed for impotence. The stronger yohimbine has been proven
to be effective in many men, but it can have some serious side effects.
J. Clark Life Source Liquid Male Potency Formula™
Yet another advancement from the scientists and
researchers at T. J. Clark & Company.
J. Clark Liquid Male Potency Formula™
contains L-arginine, L-Phenylalanine, Gingko Biloba
Extract, Saw Palmetto Extract,
Iron, Dimethyglycine (DMG), and a catalyst of our exclusive blend of
trace elements. The formula also contains Gingko Biloba, and other
ingredients which help improve circulation and overall vitality.
Depression may occur more than other symptoms; this seems to be the one which occurs
again and again. Depression is a bad experience at any time in life. But
when a man in mid- life succumbs to its black grip, he is in an unhappy
situation, for he is deprived of the motivation he needs to change his
situation. The danger seems to be that this depression is regarded as a
"conventional" emotional problem, a reactive depression, a
response to life events, when in fact it may be the direct result of
changing brain biochemistry do primarily to a decrease in testosterone levels.
DHEA – This hormone,
which is produced in the adrenal glands, brain and skin, is a natural mood
enhancer that may help to prevent mild depression.
DHEA increases energy,
helps provide better sleep, helps to feel more relaxed, and promotes the
ability to handle stress better.
this herb is an excellent antidepressant without any undesirable side
B - complex – B
vitamins are nature’s antidote to stress, and since stress can
lead to depression. Many of the symptoms of depression that are found in
the elderly, such as confusion, memory loss, and apathy, are actually due
to a deficiency in
vitamin B12. As many as 10
percent of all people over sixty may have low blood levels of this