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Avena sativa is quickly becoming a popular natural alternative to pharmaceutical erection enhancers without the dangerous side effects. Also known as Oats Milky Seed or Wild Oats, Avena Sativa is used to stimulate both men and women quickly and effectively. In men it appears to be effective for treating impotence and premature ejaculation. In women it may increase sexual desire. It also contains compounds which are soothing to the brain and nervous system.
As a food, oats are known to be good for the heart because they keep blood fats under control. They also have other medicinal properties and are used in herbal medicine.
Avena sativa seeds are not only a rich source of carbohydrate and soluble fibre, they also have the highest content of Iron, Zinc and Manganese of any grain. In addition they contain compounds which are both sedative and soothing to the brain and nervous system. It is said to be a good herb as a nerve restorative, it is also said to be an aphrodisiac (hence the term 'sowing your oats')
Wild oats are reported to have been a noticable sexual stimulant for horses and other animals, and studies suggest they have the same effect on humans of both sexes. Dr. Larry Clapp has studied alternative virility medicines extensively and concludes that "ten drops, under the tongue, twice a day works very powerfully to enhance erectile function." Other studies have also suggested powerful results in both sexes.
Avena sativa is a traditional herbal nerve tonic made from fresh oat seeds. It is known to have a nutritive and restorative action on the nervous system. It also has mild sedative properties.
The nervous system controls and integrates all the activities of the body - not only on a physical level but also psychologically.
The system may become debilitated and fatigued through factors such as stress, shock and faulty nutrition. In these circumstances a nerve tonic plays a useful role, strengthening, feeding and revitalising the system.
As Avena sativa is such a mild sedative, it may be used to calm fractious children. It has been used successfully for the clinical treatment of hyperactivity in children, in conjunction with appropriate dietary changes.
Avena sativa has also been used to treat addiction - the most common form in our modern society is the dependence on nicotine. Withdrawal of this, or any other drug, would draw on both the psychological and physical reserves of the individual.