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Premature Ejaculation and Erectile Dysfunction Remedies: Caladium


Among male impotency causes, erectile dysfunction is a commonly-occurring problem. Also called ED, erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation can lead to temporary or permanent impotency. Conventional treatments for such problems often involve the use of highly-potent drugs or surgical methods. However, a more undemanding treatment alternative is available in the form of homeopathy. Among different homeopathic compounds prescribed for male impotency, Caladium is a preferred option.

Caladium Basics

Caladium or Caladium Seguinum is also called the American Arum. Caladium is reputed to have a pronounced effect on the genital organs of both males and females. It is particularly suited for treating premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction, since these two problems cause widespread testicular swelling. The genital swelling is often associated with pruritus and internal inflammation that can be effectively treated with caladium.

Usage of Caladium Seguinum

The use of Caladium Seguinum is more common among men who are diagnosed with typical symptoms, along with an established case of either premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction. Prescription of caladium is more common among men who suffer from genitals lacking vitality, wherein the penis doesn’t enter a state of arousal in a normal manner.

It has been noted that emotional and stress-linked problems are often the cause of underlying, undiagnosable causes of sexual problems among men. Similarly, ED and premature ejaculation are more commonly associated with men who are mentally exhausted or suffering from a mental trauma. In such cases, the use of caladium is applicable.

In cases wherein male impotency is linked to lifestyle habits like smoking, caladium is often prescribed. Further, premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction in men who also complain of motion sickness are more likely to be treated with caladium. Caladium is very helpful if the premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction has resulted in visible inflammation of the penile region, particularly redness of the glans.

Men who are suffering from ED along with symptoms like cold sweats and thickening of the scrotum skin are ideal candidates for caladium treatment. Men presenting disturbed respiratory functions, often described as an asthma-like condition, along with having erectile dysfunction are better candidates for caladium treatment.

Some of the other symptoms that contribute towards premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction and are usually treated with caladium or caladium-enriched homeopathic mixtures include:

  • Propensity towards unintentional penile erection
  • Painful erection
  • Testicular discomfort associated with gonorrhea
  • Itching or surface eruptions on scrotal sac
  • Disturbed sleep patterns
  • Nighttime discharge from penis

Advantages of Caladium Seguinum

The biggest advantage of using homeopathic remedies for male infertility problems like erectile dysfunction is their overall safety. None of the homeopathic medications, including caladium, are known to induce any serious side-effects. However, the use of Caladium without medical supervision of a homeopathic specialist is highly inadvisable. Caladium Seguinum is retailed in various potencies and gauging the required potency is rather difficult.

For instance, Caladium Seguinum is commonly retailed with potency grading between 6X and 30X. Here, determining the appropriate potency largely depends upon understanding the associated symptoms and past medical history. In some cases, Caladium of lower potency is better suited since it is prescribed in combination with other homeopathic medications for better results.

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