Many of us find that our libido starts to decline as we get older, especially when we feel discomfort from menopausal symptoms like vaginal atrophy (dryness) or inactivity. Generally speaking. However, there’s no reason your sex life should stop, if you forgive this manifestation.
While HRT is an obvious route for people with menopausal symptoms that have significantly impaired their quality of life, others prefer a more natural solution to preserve, if not swinging from, chandeliers, surely the intimacy and intimacy sex can bring to a relationship.
Here are natural aphrodisiacs you may want to explore – with caution when taking anything that could conflict with existing medications or worsen an existing medical condition. have. As with all of this, seeking advice from a general practitioner is justified.
What is aphrodisiac?
Aphrodisiac pills claim to arouse or increase libido, or libido. A broader definition includes products that improve sexual performance and increase stamina in bed. The aphrodisiac is named after the Greek goddess of love and beauty, Aphrodite, and the list of aphrodisiacs thought to include anchovies and adrenaline, licorice and lard, scallops and west flies. Spain, along with hundreds of other items. Personally I can’t imagine being remotely turned on with lard but I take it all for its own!
Here is a list of some common herbal ingredients found in sexual enhancers / stimulants:
Avena Sativa (Wild Oats)
Avena sativa, or oats, has long been used by breeders to help male animals “sow them” or increase their fertility. Avena Sativa is one of the best remedies for nourishing the nervous system under stress and increasing the power to handle situations. It has the effect of soothing performance anxiety.
Brazil Catuaba Bark
Brazil’s famous and most appreciated libido drug. It is considered a central nervous system stimulant and is used for sexual impairment and decreased libido in both men and women.
Horny Goat Weed (Epimedium)
This Chinese herb is also known as goat sex herb. It has been used for centuries to help improve sexual functions. It has an androgen-like effect. Androgens are involved in sexual desire in both men and women. Horny Goat Weed can help improve circulatory and kidney function.
Longifolia Jack (Tongkat Ali)
As a popular Malaysian plant, it is suitable for aphrodisiac properties for both men and women. The focus under study is on sexual desire improvement and initiation.
Grown in the alpine mountains of Peru, Maca roots tend to significantly boost libido and libido in men and women by enhancing endocrine function. The endocrine system consists of all the glands and hormones they secrete, which exist in the body and control conditions such as fertility, sexual function, digestion, brain physiology and nervous system. , and energy levels.
Mucuna Pruriens extract
A rare and powerful Ayurvedic herb with abnormally high natural L-Dopa content. L-Dopa is an amino acid that has been the subject of more than 25 years of extensive scientific and medical research. It can help improve sexual dysfunction, loss of libido, arousal, and increase the intensity and frequency of orgasms for both men and women.
Found in the Amazon, this extract is powerful and has an impressive history of research in helping to restore libido and has been used to help prevent erectile dysfunction.
Also known as P perforation Vine and Gokshura, can help increase semen fluid, not by volume but by sperm count, while simultaneously increasing libido, arousal and performance in men and women. Tribulus can help increase erection time and aid orgasm in people who were previously unable to.
A plant that grows throughout African countries like Cameroon, Gabon and Zaire. (A similar plant in South America is called Quebracho). The bark has been smoked as a hallucinogen and has been used in traditional medicine to treat angina and hypertension. This herb is a sensual stimulant for healthy men and women.
If you have tried any of these, proceed with caution and if you are still concerned, see your general practitioner. It is perfectly normal to have sex drive changes depending on your overall health condition. Talking to a therapist can also be helpful.