Herbal sex remedy linked to cancer

February 10, 2008  
Filed under Sex

Reuters, CanWest – Two men seeking to boost sexual performance and grow bigger muscles instead ended up with advanced prostate cancer after taking “herbal” supplements, US doctors said. Read more

Sex drive booster bean improves sperm quality, cuts stress in infertile men

December 24, 2007  
Filed under Men's health, Sex

CM NEWS – Extract of a bean used in Indian and Chinese traditional medicines as drive booster, known in modern days for being a dopamine engine, has been shown as effective in reducing stress and improving quality of semen of infertile men. Read more

Med diet improves sexual function of obese women

August 25, 2007  
Filed under Sex, Women's health

CM NEWS – One more reason to consume Mediterranean-style diet. Apart from helping the heart, the high-fruit, low-red-meat diet can also improve sexual function in women with the metabolic syndrome, an Italian study says.

What is Mediterranean-style diet? A diet traditionally followed in Greece, Crete, southern France, and parts of Italy that emphasizes fruits and vegetables, nuts, grains, olive oil (as opposed to butter) and grilled or steamed chicken and seafood (as opposed to red meat). Plus a glass or two of red wine. Read more

New Chinese medicine formula ups sperm quality

August 12, 2007  
Filed under Men's health, Sex

CM NEWS – A Chinese medicine formula “Sperm Increasing Granule” derived by TCM doctors in China shows promising results in improving quality of sperms of infertile men.

The Zengjing or “Sperm Increasing” Granule (增精顆粒) is a new TCM formula came out from the Chengdu TCM University. The content of “Sperm Increasing Granule” includes: Read more

Ancient ‘Sperm-gathering Pill’ energizes sperms: new study

July 15, 2007  
Filed under Men's health, Sex

sperm and eggCM NEWS – A special pill made out of fish maws and milkvetch seeds can energize sperms which otherwise don’t swim progressive enough to fertilize an egg, according to a new study.

Jujingwan (聚精丸), or the “Sperm-gathering Pill” formula was included in Chapter Four of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) traditional Chinese medicine classic “Gynecological Treatment Standard”. Read more