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A long-standing civilization trying to cure erectile dysfunction was the Chinese. The healers would give potions containing 22 ingredients, which were believed to treat the ED. If that didn't work numerous Chinese healers would suggest Acupuncture to remove the problem. Although acupuncture remains an effective treatment in the present but the combination of ingredients can be risky and must be avoided if any point.

The ancient Egyptians used some techniques of their own however, they were also inspired by superstition, instead of actual medical practice. if you are suffering from erectile dysfunction then you can take Vidalista 60 mg online. Erectile dysfunction was believed to be a curse that was imposed on the victim. It could be treated only with crushed baby crocodile heartlets that were applied to the penis. This is not one that is effective in our modern world and is therefore best avoided as much as is feasible.

The early Greeks and Romans utilized some of the more risky (and dangerous) methods to treat Erectile dysfunction. The treatment for impotence often included the exorcism of dead corpses of Spanish insects. In the past, this method was used by men with sufficient money, however it's now recognized to be poisonous and unhelpful for erectile dysfunction.

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