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There are so many distractions in our lives today from work, children, side jobs/hustles, family functions, and other commitments, not to mention a poor diet.  With all of these things combined, sex sometimes takes a back seat.  Take a look at the amazing herbs and benefits in these pills.  They could quite possibly help you get your libido back!

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This all natural supplement is a healthy way to enhance arousal, reduce stress and heighten sexual response. With the added benefit of a mood enhancement and stress reducer. 

Epimedium:  also known as Yin Yang Huo or Horny Goat Weed, is a powerful remedy in Traditional Chinese Medicine and has been used for thousands of years to promote male potency, libido, and as an aphrodisiac.

Don Quai: also known as the “female ginseng”, then you’ve heard of dong quai, which has the scientific nameAngelica sinensis.  This powerful herb grows primarily in Asia and has been in use for thousands of years as a sacred herbal remedy. While many traditional Chinese herbal medicines are largely discounted by western medical professionals, dong quai remains quite viable and continues to prove its value as more and more medicinal benefits are identified.  Some of the benefits are: hormonal balance, aphrodisiac, it detoxifies the body, helps with circulation, menstrual issues, anxiety and stress as well as depression and mood swings.

Tribulus Terrestris: combines extremely well with Maca (libido, strength, endurance, powerful aphrodisiac), as well as with Ginseng (libido, nervous balance, endurance, stress, restorative sleep), Ashwagandha (stress, restorative sleep,libido), Rhodiola (endurance, stress, nervous balance) Guarana (nervous stimulant, presence of mind and energy).

Catuaba: is a medium-sized tree found in the Amazon forest in the northern part of Brazil. In Brazilian natural herbal medicine, catuaba bark is considered a central nervous system stimulant with aphrodisiac properties and a bark decoction is used for nervousness, poor memory, and sexual weakness.

Ginko Biloba: uses for which ginkgo biloba extract is often recommended include depression, diabetes related nerve damage and poor circulation, allergies, vertigo, short-term memory loss, headache, atherosclerosis, tinnitus, cochlear deafness, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and PMS.

Panax Ginseng: one of the most highly regarded of herbal medicines in the Orient, where it has gained an almost magical reputation for being able to promote health, general body vigour, to prolong life and treat many ailments including depression, diabetes, fatigue, ageing, inflammations, internal degeneration, nausea, tumours, pulmonary problems, dyspepsia, vomiting, nervousness, stress, and ulcers.

Damiana: is a small shrub with aromatic leaves found on dry, sunny, rocky hillsides in south Texas, Southern California, Mexico, and Central America. Damiana leaves have been used as an aphrodisiac and to boost sexual potency by the native peoples of Mexico, including the Mayan Indians.

Ashwagandha: also known as Indian Ginseng, has a wide range of health benefits, including its ability to fight against cancer and diabetes, as well as reduce inflammation, arthritis, asthma, hypertension, stress, and rheumatism. Furthermore, it boosts your supply of antioxidants and regulates the immune system.

Ginger: Known as the herb of passion, it was mentioned in the Kama Sutra and Cleopatra, was also reported to be a fan. Ginger is known as a warming herb contains Gingerol, a chemical that is related capsaicin which is found in peppers. The heat generated in the body after taking the herbs is similar to the body heat, produced during sexual arousal and this warming of the body increases sexual stimulation in the brain which is reflected in a high state of sexual arousal.

Mucuna Pruriens: provides a neurotransmitter pre-cursor called L-Dopa. L-Dopa is the amino acid compound from which your body makes Dopamine. As a regular part of the diet, Mucuna Pruriens provides many benefits. Among the long list are: enhancing libido and sexual capacity, optimizing testosterone production and improved mood and energy.

Maca Root: is sometimes called Peruvian ginseng because it boasts ginseng-like properties. Like ginseng, maca is used to increase strength, energy, stamina, and libido. But maca is not botanically related to the true ginsengs such as Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng) and American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius).

Muira Puama: A flowering plant native to the Amazon rainforest, its name means "potency wood." The benefits of addressing impotence with muira puama have been studied in two human trials in France, which reported that muira puama was effective in improvinglibido and addressing erectile dysfunction.

Sarsaparilla: has been used in traditional medicine to treat skin conditions like psoriasis and leprosy, rheumatoid arthritis and joint pain, headaches, colds, and sexual impotence. Scientific studies done on sarsaparilla have isolated compounds responsible for its medicinal properties.

Asparagus Extract: Known for its suggestive shape, asparagus is high in a B vitamin known as folate that aids in increasing the production of histamine. Histamine is important for a healthy sex drive in men and women. The most delicious asparagus is just picked; it is so sweet! Grow your own or buy it fresh and organic at your local farmers market.

  • Sep 08, 2016
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