Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common disease which affects about half of men aging from 40 to 70 years in America and the prevalence is almost the same in China.
According to Global Times (2018/5/22), a drug company reported that one in five Chinese men suffer from erectile dysfunction.
In 2017, the Chinese Medical Association, a social organization, once undertook research with some 10,000 respondents. Findings showed that 40.2 percent of over 40-year-old Chinese men suffered from erectile dysfunction, while an astonishing 89 percent aged between 25 to 50 were once tormented by prostatitis, sexual dysfunction, premature ejaculation and other problems.
In the years that followed, China saw a huge rise in the number of men seeking treatment for impotence. Clinics offering treatments involving traditional Chinese medicine and Western remedies. There are many clinical syndromes indicated that it is related to deficiency of the heart, liver, spleen and kidney, while the key lies in the kidney