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Homeopathic Testosterone Therapy

Updated March 23, 2017

Impotence and andropause (the male form of menopause) have led to a major desire in men to increase the amount of testosterone in their body. While there are creams and some pills available along with various hormone therapies, it may be more effective to stimulate the body to produce more on its own. This is one of the main benefits of homeopathic testosterone therapy.

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Homeopathic Remedies

Homeopathic remedies are extremely diluted samples of natural substances that have been determined to stimulate the body to fight certain illness symptoms. It works similarly to immunisation in that small doses of a substance that causes a condition may work to strengthen the body against it. For instance, homeopathic poison ivy, can help the body fight against skin rashes since it causes skin rashes. Most of these testosterone remedies can be used at 30c potency (where cor centesimal potency--is equal to 100 times the standard homeopathic potency) for a few weeks before determining if they are effective. It is best to consult a licensed homeopath to ensure that you have been properly diagnosed and are receiving the appropriate dose.

Agnus Castus

Agnus castus (from the chaste tree herb) can be used for men with low energy, depression and a low libido. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms you may require agnus castus to raise your testosterone levels. You may have a flaccid penis, cold genitals, infertility and premature ageing. Accompanying these other symptoms may be an impaired memory, absent-mindedness and a feeling of failure and inadequacy.

Baryta Carbonica

Baryta carbonica (from barium carbonate) has been used in the elderly and for those with impotence. Some symptoms that may require use of this remedy are low sexual desire, premature ejaculation and emission of fluids throughout the night. The penis may be small and cold to the touch and accompanied by atrophied testicles. You may experience penis numbness, memory loss, shyness, and premature ageing.


Lycopodium (from the club moss plant) has been used for symptoms of ageing, impotence and kidney stones among other conditions. You may use this remedy if you are experiencing general erectile dysfunction, a cold and flaccid penis and an erratic spurting of ejaculate fluid. Sexual drive may be erratic as well, alternating between extreme desire and a complete lack of it. Premature greying and loss of the hair may occur, along with psychological symptoms like egotism and anger.

Phosphoricum Acidum

Phosphoric acidum (from phosphoric acid) can help with impotence, lethargy and extreme stress. This remedy is effective for testosterone problems in which there is premature ejaculation, extreme penis hypersensitivity and a loss of sexual drive. You may ejaculate fluids when passing stool or urinating and incur extremely abrupt and short erections.


Selenium (from the mineral selenium) has been known to help with impotence, hair loss and unhealthy-looking skin. You may require this remedy when you have many sexual thoughts but frustration from the inability to perform adequately. Emissions of the penis are erratic and erections are incomplete. You may experience exhaustion often, especially after sex, and you may feel reclusive and avoid friends and other company.


It is important that you follow the dosage instructions of a licensed homeopathic doctor. Taking a remedy at a high dose or for too long may cause you to develop other symptoms related to the homeopathic remedy you take. Do not mix remedies unless instructed by your doctor because their effects may become nullified or they may result in different results altogether.

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About the Author

Bryan Cohen

Bryan Cohen has been a writer since 2001 and is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a double degree in English and dramatic art. His writing has appeared on various online publications including his personal website Build Creative Writing Ideas.

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