My SPAM box is daily assaulted with Viagra ads. Erectile dysfunction and impotence have come to be so common that there is now a medical journal titled "The International Journal of Impotence Research". Viagra has sky-rocketed in popularity despite a host of side-effects; some potentially fatal.
There is, however, a powerful, natural alternative to viagra for erectile dysfunction; Pycnogenol. Pycnogenol is an extract from pine bark that has a host of benefits. In this month's International Journal of Impotence Research scientists found a 100% cure rate for men with mild to moderate erectile dysfunction by using Pycnogenol and Arginine. Arginine is an amino acid found in chocolate that, like pycnogenol, improves blood flow dynamics. The authors also noted "Cholesterol levels and blood pressure were lowered. No unwanted effects were reported." Both of these supplements can be purchased at your local health food store.
Read the study here.