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What is Speman?
Speman is a natural ayurvedic drug used to maintain male reproductive health. It effectively improves the epididymal, testicular, and seminal vesicle functions, and thus promotes spermatogenesis. Speman also increases sexual desire and helps a man retain a penile erection.
It is composed of herbal ingredients, such as kokilaksha, Pdrs. Salabmisri, vanya kahu, kapikachhu, and others. The three main components of Speman are:
- Velvet bean – an aphrodisiac that’s able to increase the production of the hormone that is associated with the “pleasure system” in the human brain. This herb is effective at improving a low sperm count.
- Hygrophila – is effective in treating spermatorrhea, impotence, and seminal debilities.
- Small Caltrops – contains protodioscin, which is converted to a testosterone-like substance that increases sexual desire and helps sustain an erection.
Speman is a natural herbal drug that is used to treat a large variety of conditions. It is often prescribed to men suffering from low sperm count or low concentration of sperm (oligospermia). This drug improves the testosterone level and increases the LHFSH producing basophil cells in the pituitary, thus improving the sperm count and sperm quality, and enhancing spermatogenesis. Speman can also be taken by men with a low sexual desire or those unable to maintain an erection. This drug is also effective as an antioxidant as it is able to prevent the disruption in spermatozoa, and thus reduce the oxidative damage to the sperm.
What is the dosage for Speman?
Speman is an oral drug that is available in tablet form. The exact dosage should be determined by medical practitioner in accordance with the man’s specific condition. The usual dosage is 2 tablets that are taken two or three times during the day for two or three months. The dosage should be slowly decreased. Speman is a natural drug and takes some time to get absorbed into the system and take effect. Thus, be prepared to wait several weeks for any visible results.
What are the contraindications for using Speman?
Speman should not be taken by those individuals who are allergic to Speman or to any of the herbal components it contains (hygrophila, velvet bean, small caltrops, and others).
What are the adverse effects of Speman?
As long as Speman is taken in the appropriate dosage, no side effects should occur. In rare cases, Speman may cause and allergic skin reaction. If that occurs, talk to your doctor to make sure that it is safe to continue taking Speman.