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One Major Side Effect Of Scent Leaf That Every Man Must Know

If there is one popular herb that has played a helpful role in the lives of our great grandparents and their great parents and so on, then it certainly has to do with scent leaf.

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It is among the few herbs which have been around for ages and have also been used for a very wide variety of purposes. One of those purposes includes the usage of scent leaf in treating fertility issues.

In the olden days, our foremothers used scent leaf to wash their wombs when they are preparing for pregnancy. Our forbearers also combined this same herb with others such as ginger and others to improve and treat their fertility problems.

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But those that mean scent is all good for human consumption? Well, the answer is YES, however, when it comes to men and their reproduction issue, there are some concerns that you need to know. So in this article, we take a look at how scent leaf can be bad for men.

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Why Scent Leaf Can Be Bad For Men

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There is one popular statement in the health industry that goes like 'too much of everything is bad, and in fact, this could be the possible reason why this herb can be bad for men.

According to reports and research, daily doses of this particular herb or high doses of scent leaf can cause several health problems for both men and women. However, in the case of men, this can cause Low Lib.ido which can adversely affect the production of sem£n.

It is therefore not recommended by scientist or dietitians for men to consume high amount of this herb. In fact, one of the possible way to easily overdose this herb is through the oil extracts. Caution must then be taken when consuming herbs including Ocimum gratissimum.

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