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First Draft © Dennis Rocke & Dr J. M. Mungavin 1983

Updated Dennis Rocke © 2022


(In Males)


The rate of impotence in the United States is growing rapidly, practically to epidemic proportions, this is expected to affect other countries as time goes by. Sometimes impotence is even affecting young men and not as expected with the older citizens.

Most scientists are still pertaining to the idea that impudence is caused psychologically through the like of fear of failure, feeling inadequate which has come about due to the liberated state of women or simply through ones own inhibitions etc., these are all valid ideas. This being said, it is now more evident that the causes are dietary more than psychical. It takes many failures of physical inadequacy to instil deep seated psychological feelings causing impotence.

The method of treatment I have suggested below is aimed to correct dietary and physiological issues that cause impotence.

Important Dietary Facts

Stress should be put on adding nuts and raw seeds (especially sesame seeds) to the diet. Also pumpkin seeds, almonds, sunflower seeds and peanuts.

Buckwheat, oats, millet are especially beneficial cereals, using plenty of milk (goat’s not cow’s). Milk is good in both fresh and sour forms. Homemade cottage cheese is best, but unprocessed cheese and butter are also of benefit. If available try to eat at least 2 fertile eggs a week (swallowed raw as an oyster).

Your health shop should supply halva which is good for the patient to have in on their person as a snack.

Cold pressed vegetable oils are extremely beneficial and 2 tablespoons should be consumed each and every day (toss salad with it if the patient can’t stomach taking it off the spoon), olive, sunflower and soy oil are great examples of the oil to use.

Sprouted seeds and grains such as mungbeans, wheat, soybeans and alfalfa are also very essential additives to the diet.

Surprisingly a very good virility food (needed under these circumstances) are AVOCADOS, so eat as many of these as possible used as a sweet to follow a main meal.

Talking about virility foods, it has been found that zinc deficiency in the diet has been associated with not only potency factors (diminished), but also in prostate disorders and dwindling fertility. Processed foods are lacking in zinc.

The following zinc enriched foods are very good examples:

  • Brewer’s yeast
  • Eggs
  • Onions
  • Oysters (so it is true!)
  • Pumpkin seeds
  • Sunflower seeds
  • Whole unrefined grains and seeds

Diethylstilbestrol is a component of growth hormone used in the feed for animals and poultry. This component has a side effect of destroying men’s virility. Try a little recipe I picked up in my travels, it is quite a good little aphrodisiac on it’s own (I should bottle it really). I call it my own little aphrodisiac This pick-me-up can be taken as a lunch by both men or women as it works the same on both :-))

Beneficial Treatments

Smoking and alcohol must be avoided completely, virility is affected by both. If you must imbibe, drink a good wine in small doses as too much alcohol is truly detrimental to a person’s sexual performances.

Try to avoid smoggy areas

Take a health giving bath at least once a day rubbing the genitals with warm water after every bath. Believe it or not swimming in the sea when it is cold is also highly beneficial for this complaint.

If you live in Europe, you are lucky as KH-3 (Gerovital) is accessible and has been acclaimed to be a very good rejuvenator for sex.

Daily Supplements (Recommended)
Vitamin B (complex)  

Take the dosage prescribed by the manufacturer; make sure it is of a natural high potency.


Vitamin C  

3,000 mg daily


Vitamin E  

1,600 iu daily


Brewer’s Yeast  

2 tablespoons


Cod Liver Oil  

As directed


Folic Acid  

1 mg



3 tablespoons



10 tablets or 2 teaspoons of granules


Multi Vitamins Mineral Formula  

Take as prescribed by the manufacturer.


Niacin 100 mg to be taken 3 times a day
PABA (Para-amino-benzoic-acid)  

100 mg



30 mg



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