Aromatic plant appreciated by the ancient Greeks because of its therapeutic virtues, celery is a real treasure for health because of its rich in vitamins and minerals. Celery helps in hypertension, rheumatism, gout, erectile dysfunction, impotence, decreased libido and sexual fatigue.
Celery contains substances that dilate blood vessels, which is good in case of hypertension. Infusion of celery is often recommended for people who suffer from this health problem.
Juice of celery root is recommended in fatigue, obesity, fatigue, being a good hepatic drainer. In hepatic problems it is ideal to follow a diet by drink celery juice, daily from 15 to 20 days.
Celery contains sugars, proteins, minerals such as potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, iron, iodine, vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin C and vitamin E, cellulose and an essential oil that gives the characteristic smell and taste. Due to very high potassium, celery juice increases urine helping the kidneys eliminate uric acid in the urine, treating renal edema, urinary retention, renal colic and kidney stones.

Juice of celery leaves and roots are strong stimulants and aphrodisiacs for men, cleansing, digestive and antirheumatic. It is also used to good effect in the blood cleaning and hormonal regulation, as juvenile acne and psoriasis.
Celery is the most famous of the recommendations aphrodisiacs appreciated due to its invigorating and exciting in combination with honey or herbs like cardamom and cinnamon what intensify its aphrodisiac effects, with immediate effect. Celery was part of the ceremonial ritual of marriage to the Romans, and the nuptial bed, was decorated with celery leaves.

Celery is recognized aphrodisiac and sexual appetite booster. Romans cooked celery leaves to increase potency and increases virility, as treatment of psychogenic impotence, resulting from physical and mental exhaustion, but also for those types with vascular or endocrine causes. That is why celery is often referred to as "poor man's Viagra".

Juice of leaves celery drink daily, a glass, in cures of three to four weeks, can helping to increase virility and sexual potency.

Eating celery is not recommended for pregnant or nursing women, people suffering from kidney disease or people allergic to plants like carrot or dandelion.

It is good to know that, celery interact with the following medicines: levothyroxine (used to treat hypothyroidism diagnosis); medicines that increase the skin's sensitivity to sunlight (photosensitizing drugs) and sedatives. 
Information offered come from documentation and personal experience, so before beginning an alternative cure, you must inform your doctor, because he knows your medical history, prescriptions drugs that you follow and your reactions allergic to various substances or food.