Overcome Male Infertility – How To Treat Infertility With Wild Yams

As we mentioned in previous articles, infertility is defined as the inability of a couple to conceive after 12 months of unprotected intercourse. It affects more than 5 million couples in the US alone and many times more in the world. Due to unfamiliarity with treatments, only 10% seek help from a professional specialist. We have spent most of our time in this series discussing conventional and Chinese medicine in the treatment of fertility. I believe this is the best time to change the subject by discussing how to treat male infertility with wild yam.

I. Definition

Wild yam also known as Dioscorea villosa, it is a species of a twisting tuberous vine, native to North America. It has been used by herbalists in the treatment of menstrual cramps and problems related to childbirth and upset stomach.

II. How wild yam affects male fertility

1. cholesterol

It contains certain substances that help to lower the levels of triglycerides in the bloodstream, resulting in reducing the risks of hardening of the artery wall and high blood pressure and increasing blood flow to the reproductive area, leading to an improvement in the quality of sperm production.

2. Anti-inflammatory

It also helps improve immune function by protecting our bodies from inflammation caused by bacteria and viruses, resulting in a reduction in the risk of reproductive inflammation that causes abnormal sperm production and sperm count.

3. Liver

Wild yam is also a liver enhancing herb, it helps boost liver function in regulating the spleen’s production of insulin, reducing the risk of blood sugar fluctuations leading to hormonal imbalance, affecting the production of testosterone and sexual desire is lowered.

4. Adrenal Enhancer

It also helps the adrenal glands regulate the production of hormones and is used to balance the hormones, increasing the levels of testosterone in the male body and sperm production in male reproductive organs.

5. Digestive Absorption

Wild yam also helps to increase the function of the digestive system in nutrient absorption, reducing the causes of nutrient infertility.

III. Effects

An excessive dose of wild yam can cause nausea and diarrhea.

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