There are so many options to choose from and I'm not sure where to turn. I'd like to find a home-remedy for premature ejaculation. A close friend told me he heard that the herb, fenugreek, could help.
Is there any truth to this?
A friend of mine told me to try fenugreek for premature ejaculation. Does it really work?
Fenugreek is a Mediterranean plant that is used in cooking, with a taste and smell similar to maple syrup.
In addition to being a delicious addition to many types of cuisine, fenugreek has been shown to have some benefits when taken as a daily supplement:
While it appears that fenugreek can help enhance a lot of different considerations regarding sexual performance, the specific benefit of helping you to overcome premature ejaculation or last longer in bed is vague.
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Fenugreek seems to be safe to consume for most healthy individuals in supplement form.
Things to watch out for:
While fenugreek seems to be a relatively safe supplement and can provide positive results in some areas, the herb will not help you last longer in bed based on current studies.
It may help increase male testosterone levels, improve libido, and sexual satisfaction.
There are many proven options that can help you treat premature ejaculation that are backed with scientific research.
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