A Comprehensive Guide to Finding a
Home Remedy for Impotence

By treating the whole person, homeopathic practitioners can provide a home remedy for impotence that treats the cause of impotence as well as the symptoms...


By using homeopathy as a home remedy for impotence, the homeopathic physician prescribes medicine which matches a study of the patient as a whole, not just the symptoms presented.

Homeopathic practitioners believe that every human being has a vital force within their body that regulates its function.

Hereditary, environmental, physiological and psychological conditions can weaken this force and cause illnesses and conditions such as impotence.

For more information about the causes of impotence read our Comprehensive Guide to Impotence Causes.

By prescribing a home remedy for impotence, the practitioner provides medication in a highly diluted dose that would cause the illness or condition in a healthy person. The same system is used in vaccines, where vaccination against small-pox is done by injecting the small-pox disease-causing organism, so that the body can build up its natural immunity.

An effective home remedy for impotence includes an array of medicines sourced from animals, plants and chemicals. Unlike most impotence treatments, homeopathic medicines are taken in small doses on a daily basis.

Impotence (or erectile dysfunction) is defined as the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse, and includes the inability to get an erection as a result of sexual stimulation or to lose your erection prior to ejaculation.

Impotence does not generally include other symptoms such as lack of libido, inability to ejaculate or the inability to achieve orgasm.

There are a number of effective pharmaceutical and natural medications available for the treatment of impotence. You will find other examples of a home remedy for impotence by visiting our Comprehensive Guide to Alternative Impotence Treatments.

Home Remedy for Impotence

The following information and remedies for impotence have been provided by BringHealth.com.

  • Agnus castus: (The Chaste Tree)
    This remedy may be helpful if problems with impotence develop after a man has led a life of intense and frequent sexual activity for many years. A cold sensation felt in the genitals is a strong indication for Agnus castus. People who need this remedy are often very anxious about their health and loss of abilities, and may have problems with memory and concentration.

  • Argentum nitricum: (Nitrate of Silver)
    This remedy may be helpful if a man’s erection fails when sexual intercourse is attempted, especially if thinking about the problem makes it worse. People who need this remedy are often nervous and imaginative. A person who needs Argentum nitricum is usually warm-blooded, with cravings for both sweets and salt.

  • Caladium: (American Arum)
    This remedy may be helpful to a man whose genitals are completely limp, despite having sexual interest. Nocturnal emissions can occur without an erection, even if dreams are not sex-related. A person who needs this remedy often craves tobacco.

  • Causticum: (Hahnemann's Tinctura acris sine Kali)
    This remedy may be indicated if physical pleasure during sex has diminished and sexual urges are reduced. The person feels tired and weak, and may experience memory loss, with a compulsive need to check things (to see that doors are locked, etc.) Prostate problems may be associated with impotence, and urine may be lost when the person coughs or sneezes.

  • Lycopodium: (Club Moss)
    People who need this remedy may have problems with erections because of worry, and can also be troubled by memory loss. They often lack self-confidence. People who need this remedy often have digestive problems with gas and bloating, and an energy slump in the late afternoon and evening. Often useful for old people.

  • Selenium metallicum: (The Element Selenium)
    This remedy is often helpful to men who have diminished sexual ability, especially if the problem starts after a fever or exhausting illness. The person feels weak and exhausted, but interest is usually still present. Unusual hair-loss (body hair or eyebrows) can also suggest a need for Selenium.

  • Staphysagria: (Stavesacre)
    Gentle-natured, quiet men with deep emotions may respond to this remedy. Problems with impotence often occur from embarrassment or shyness. People who need this remedy often have a history of emotional suppression and very sensitive feelings.

  • Damiana: (Turnera)
    An excellent remedy for impotence. Give 5 to 10 drops a dose of mother tincture thrice daily.

  • Titanium: (Metal)
    Sexual weakness with too early ejaculation.

Before commencing a homeopathic treatment program, it's important that you visit a recognized homeopathic practitioner who will complete a full medical examination and prescribe the correct home remedy for impotence.

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