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effects of smoking and erectile dysfunction

my 49 year old friend has suffered with ED for 1 year now. he does drink alcohol, at times in excess..and he did smoke for many years but has now quit for 2 weeks.

I have read here that arnica can help with erectile difficulties. My questions are...
1)in the case of smoking and excessive alcohol consumption which has caused ED, are these effects permanent, or can the penile vessels and blood flow repair themselves with time? and how much time might one expect to wait before pursuing other options?

2) please offer your homeopathic remedy for treating ED.

I should note that he has tried Cialis, with much success, however, a more natural and less costly apporoach is preferred.

thankyou in advance

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  bettybeautiful on 2008-01-11
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