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Top Nine Supplements for Erectile Dysfunction and Sexual Health*

It’s nearly impossible to watch a sports-related event on television and not see at least one commercial for erectile dysfunction (ED) medication. What you rarely see, however, are ads for natural remedies for erectile dysfunction. Here are the top natural supplements for treating erectile dysfunction, plus three with anecdotal evidence based on our review of the latest research as well as our analysis of the most recent successful clinical trials.

1. Carnitine



Carnitine is an amino acid that is heavily involved in producing energy for the body. But carnitine also can play a key role in erectile dysfunction and libido. When researchers compared carnitine with testosterone in men who were experiencing low libido, fatigue, and depression, they found that after six months of treatment, both carnitine and testosterone improved erections and sexual performance, and carnitine was more effective than the hormone. In fact, testosterone caused an increase in prostate volume and size, while carnitine did not. Both supplements provided significant improvement in fatigue and depression as well. (Cavallini) If carnitine is on your list of erectile dysfunction supplements to try, do so only under the supervision of a knowledgeable healthcare professional. Doses of 3 grams daily may cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and a fishy body odor.  More on Carnitine


See also

Top Supplements for BPH

Top Supplements for Prostatitis

Top Supplements for Prostate Cancer

Top Supplements for Erectile Dysfunction

Top Supplements for ED and Sexual Health

Top Supplements for Men’s Health

Supplements to Avoid

*Medical Disclaimer


Cavallini G et al. Carnitine versus androgen administration in the treatment of sexual dysfunction, depressed mood, and fatigue associated with male aging. Urology 2004 Apr; 63(4): 641-46

About Dr. Geo Espinosa, N.D., L.Ac, CNS, RH (AHG)

Dr. Geo is the Director of the Integrative Urology Center at New York University Langone Medical Center and the Chief Science Officer at Prostate Research Labs. Before joining NYU, Dr. Geo was a clinician, researcher and director of clinical trials at the Center for Holistic Urology at Columbia University Medical Center. He is a licensed naturopathic doctor, licensed acupuncturist, a Certified Nutrition Specialist and a Registered Herbalist. Dr. Geo is an author of the naturopathic entry in 1000 Cures for 200 ailments, by Harper Collins; March 2007 and “Prostate Cancer – Nutrients that may slow its progression,” Food and Nutrients in Disease Management – Maryland: Cadmus Publishing, 2009. He also serves on the editorial board of the Natural Medicine Journal.
Dr Geo is a frequent speaker at universities, medical schools and conferences on Integrative Health, nutrition and natural treatments for prostate disease. More on Dr. Geo

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