Viagra is not aphrodisiac

Human beings live, eat, procreate and this is not all, we are always on the look out for something elusive. While some people find solace in seeking spiritual practices, some others seek in some other ways like indulging in pleasurable activities involving our senses. Desires are being born in our minds all the time and we are engaged in satisfying these desires all the time. It is an ongoing cycle from the time we are born till death. One common factor across all civilizations and societies has been the worship of god. While some believe and worship various forms of nature, many societies have created identities for gods based on our own human capability and experience to conceptualize. Second common factor across all civilizations has been the concept of love and beloved.

In the conceptualization involving various gods, people have used various concepts to relate love and feelings with godheads. Greek civilization gave us the concept of Aphrodite the Greek goddess of sensuality and love. Similarly other civilizations and religions too have had similar deities being worshipped for love. In the quest for love and sensual desire, people have found that some natural herbs, foods and drinks have the properties that can enhance their sexual desire and these are known as aphrodisiac substances. Many ritualistic religions have practices where in such aphrodisiac substance is either submitted to the deity or consumed in the course of following the ritual.

While very many herbs are available in the market, one can find lot of native concoctions and substances being available too that are said to increase the sexual desire. Chinese, Indian and oriental cultures besides African cultures have found and used very many natural ingredients like roots, plants, mud etc to make such substances. Ayurveda an Indian herbal medical science has detailed treatise available on substances, treatment and exercises coupled with diet prescribed to increase the male libido. In Chinese culture too, eating tiger penis is considered to increase the libido.

Therefore it is very clear that since time immemorial, man has been after substances to increase his libido and pleasure. In the recent times, Viagra has been considered to be the aphrodisiac by many and this belief has caught on like wild fire resulting in unprecedented demand for the Viagra tablets all over the world.

However this is only a myth, similar to the other myths surrounding this wonder pill for Viagra is neither an aphrodisiac substance nor does it cure or prevent Aids and STD diseases. Surprisingly this belief is not only common amongst the uneducated, but it is believed by educated men too. People do not read up medical or technical information and prefer to believe and go by hear say. Hence stories of Viagra are doing rounds through out communities. Whenever men travel abroad on work and meet with colleagues from other countries, the subjects they discuss over the drinks always include Viagra.

When word of mouth is such a powerful medium, why can't the right facts about Viagra be spread and let people make an informed decision before they buy Viagra. After all it is an individual's health and choice too.

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