Low libido Supplements

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How to Increase Female and Male Low Libido by , author of Natural Sex Boosters
May 11 2014

Is it possible to enhance low libido naturally to the same intensity as we had back in our teenage years? The answer may surprise you, but it is a resounding Yes. In fact, it is possible to do so to levels that match teenage years. And it can happen within days. There are quite a number of natural herbal enhancers that work effectively, and a fuller list of natural enhancers is provided a few paragraphs below. Some of the natural enhancers that are becoming more popular include tongkat ali herb, horny goat weed herb, tribulus terrestris, and yohimbe bark. Additional libido increasing supplements and herbs include ashwagandha herb, maca herb, mucuna pruriens herb, muira puama herb, and rhodiola rosea extract. I have formulated a sexual enhancing product called Passion Rx which includes several of my favorite aphrodisiac herbs. A gentler sexual enhancement product for men is Prostate Power Rx with saw palmetto which some users report an improvement in erectile function within a few days. I am not aware of any vitamin to increase libido that works within a short period of time.

Note: Most libido enhancer herbs have mild to moderate heart stimulating properties and are therefore not advised for those who have a heart or cardiovascular medical problem or are taking heart medicines. If you have mild high blood pressure, ask your doctor if low dosages of these sexual enhancing herbs are appropriate for you. Low dosages may mean taking half a capsule. Those with heart problems should rather focus on diet and natural, non-herbal ways to enhance their sex drive as discussed several paragraphs below.

Passion Rx, Formulated by Dr. Ray Sahelian, M.D. - works in Men and Women

Passion Rx helps to increase libido in a man or a woman within a few days, and the benefits improve with time. Dr. Sahelian and his research staff have tested various doses and extracts of dozens of natural herbs from a number or raw material suppliers to determine the ideal dosage and combination for optimal enhancement with the fewest side effects. After years of clinical research, a highly effective proprietary blend with more than a dozen herbal extracts from the best raw material suppliers has been created to increase sexual pleasure in men and women naturally with the fewest side effects. The exact dosages and extract potencies in this natural blend is a close kept secret only known to the doctor and his research staff.

Passion Rx enhances:

  • Libido and sexual pleasure
  • Erectile function
  • Orgasms and climaxes
  • Sensation of genital organs in men and women

In recent years science has made breakthroughs in the understanding of loss of libido. But, for hundreds of years, civilizations around the world have known about locally grown herbs that increase low libido with far fewer side effects than prescription drugs. Now, renowned physician and herbal expert Dr. Ray Sahelian, M.D., author of

Natural-Sex-Boosters, has discovered a combination of exotic herbs from the Amazon jungle, India, China, Malaysia, and Africa, that provides a natural solution for low libido to those seeking an alternative to synthetic drugs and hormones.
There are two version of Passion Rx, with and without Yohimbe. Some of the potent herbal extracts in the formula include ashwagandha, catuaba, choline, cnidium monnieri, coleus forskohlii, damiana, horny goat weed, maca, mucuna pruriens, muira puama, passion flower, rhodiola, shilajit, Tribulus terrestris, and tongkat ali. Certain herbal libido enhancers such as yohimbe and tongkat ali should be taken in low dosages since they have side effects. In my experience, I have not found arginine to be an effective enhancer, nor have I found citrulline to be effective.

I don't think it is

by type1racegirl

It's banned in sports because it's a performance enhancer. sure, it can be detrimental to health if you don't use them correctly, but testosterone and HGH in general are just "supplements" - they are, after all, legally prescribed in many cases for things like low libido, bone density, immunodificiencies, etc.
there's risk of infection at the site, and sure there's the annoyances such as acne, gynecomastia, body hair, increased aggressiveness, lower sperm count, etc. but as far as I know, there are no direct health risks such as cancer, or any other pathological processes. I've read stuff on liver disease, but this is from long term testosterone abuse, not just use

At 29

by tabascofr

You probably won't have low test. If you do, they would probably give you a topical treatment. Keep in mind, that will just raise your levels, not help you gain a bunch of lean mass. How long have you been training. If it's only been a couple years, you haven't reached your genetic potential yet. Maybe once you've been training for 10+ years and can't make gains you want to look for something to help. "Faster results", eat more and train harder. Sleep 8-10 hrs per night. Get a great routine and stick to it. That will give you results just as fast. Test isn't a miracle pill, I know guys that use it and don't gain anything

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