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Premature Ejaculation and Erectile Dysfunction Remedies: Bufo Rana


Premature ejaculation, or an erectile dysfunction, is a major cause of infertility. Premature ejaculation affects men that have a psychological or a physical problem. There are some homeopathic dilutions that can be used in men with premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction.

Bufo Rana

Bufo is another name for toads. Certain species of toads can produce a substance that is known to have psychoactive properties. These substances are also known as bufotoxins. The poisonous substance produced by these species of toads is used in homeopathy.

Toads that produce poison with psychoactive properties include:

  • The Colorado river toad, which produces venom, but the poison can also be collected from the toad’s skin
  • Bufo alvarius

The psychoactive substance can be obtained by milking the venom glands of the toads. A toad can only be milked for venom once every month, as it takes about one month for an adult toad to fill his venom glands. Typically, the venom is dried and used in various dilutions by homeopaths.

Some specialists also use the skin of dead toads, which are dried and may also be used in dilutions. However, some homeopaths refuse to use this solution, claiming that the skin doesn’t contain bufotoxins.

Bufo Rana and Male Fertility

The dilutions employing Bufo Rana will act on the nervous system of the patient and in time the patient should be in control of the ejaculations, with the dilution preventing involuntary or premature ejaculation.  

The venom can also improve sexual desire in patients that may have libido issues. The dilutions may also be used in female patients.

Bufo Rana Toxicity

The venom extracted from the venom glands of the toads can be toxic if consumed in high amounts. Typically, homeopaths use only small quantities of bufo rana in their dilutions, so these amounts will not be toxic. However, if the treatment is administered for a longer period of time, the patient should be monitored periodically.

Possible signs of bufo rana toxicity may include:

  • Confusion
  • Shaking
  • Drooling or dry mouth
  • Chronic vomiting and nausea

Other Uses of Bufo Rana

Bufo rana dilutions are also used in homeopathic medicine for skin problems and nervous system diseases. The extracts from the toad can also be used in:

  • Uterine scars
  • Amenorrhea or irregular menstruation
  • Reduces blood clots during menstruation
  • Rheumatism and joint pain
  • Reduces symptoms of epilepsy and seizures due to epilepsy
  • Reduces stress and anxiety
  • Unexplained memory loss
  • Reduces nose bleeds
  • Chronic conjunctivitis
  • Treats light sensitivity
  • Excessive drooling
  • Swelling of lymph nodes
  • Incontinence
  • Pain in the back radiating to the back of the thighs as well
  • Hyperhydrosis
  • Gastric ulcers

The extracts of toad venom are used solely by homeopathic specialists. Due to the toxicity, the compound can be used with great caution.

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