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Saltpeter has a long history of medical use. It and other nitrates were employed by doctors during the 18th century to treat such varied problems as asthma, sore throats, and arthritis.Does saltpeter really work?
It is also used to make fireworks, explosives, matches and fertilizers. Although physicians once prescribed saltpeter for sore throats, asthma and arthritis, we doubt it worked well. And despite its reputation for lowering libido, there is no evidence that it would help you.What does saltpeter do exactly?
Saltpeter can cause relaxation of involuntary muscle fiber (for which reason it's used to treat asthma) and it's occasionally prescribed to lower body temperature in cases of fever.