Female Libido enhancement with natural herbal supplements - enhancer products are available without a prescription, home remedies
Do these natural enhancer pills boost or improve desire and pleasure, are they good alternatives to drugs and medications? by Ray Sahelian, M.D.
March 14, 2014
Herbs are more powerful than people imagine, and this article reviews natural ways to boost or increase female libido without the use of prescription medications or hormones. Although pharmaceutical drugs work quicker, I find herbal aphrodisiacs to be safer, although they take a few days to be effective.
More than a decade ago a new sexual revolution began in the modern Western world. It was at that time that Viagra, a pill for the treatment of male erectile dysfunction, was introduced. This, unfortunately, failed to address the other most important part of sexual relations: the female partner. It is not until recently that medical doctors have begun to recognize there are quite a number of women with low libido who have an interest in enhancing their sexuality, yet there are no good pharmaceutical treatment options. Fortunately there are now herbal supplements for women that effectively address this neglected issue of women's sexual enhancement and offer an easy home remedy.
Female libido is certainly a major concern for many women, particularly as they get older. There are many natural ways to enhance it. One option is Passion Rx, a highly evolved product that enhances sex drive in a women within days. You may also consider other herbal sexual enhancers called muira puama extract and tongkat ali.
Passion Rx -- a formula created by a Medical Doctor for women's sexual enhancement, available over the counter
Passion Rx provides results that are sometimes seen within two or three days, but continue to improve after several days of use. Dr. Sahelian and his research staff have tested various doses and extracts of dozens of herbs from a number or raw material suppliers to determine the ideal dosage and combination for optimal female libido enhancement with the fewest side effects. After years of research, a unique proprietary blend with more than a dozen herbal extracts from the best raw material suppliers has been created in order to offer an over the counter natural remedy. The exact dosages and potencies of this unique female libido blend is a close kept secret only known to the doctor and his research staff.
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Passion Rx supports and enhances healthy:
- Libido and sexual thoughts in a woman
- Orgasms and climaxes
- Energy and stamina
For hundreds of years civilizations around the world have known about locally grown herbs, roots, barks, and various plants and animal-derived substances that achieve wonderful results with far fewer side effects than prescription medications. 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 promote female libido in women. Passion Rx provides a natural solution for those looking for an alternative to synthetic drugs and it is available without a prescription. It is available over the counter, online at iHerb and Amazon.catuaba, cnidium, herba cistanches, horny goat weed, maca, muira puama, passion flower, tongkat ali, tribulus herb and yohimbe extract. A version of this sexual formula without Yohimbe is also available. In my experience I have not found arginine to be an effective sexual enhancer in women therefore arginine is not in the formula.
The potent herbal extracts in Passion Rx include
Just about every herb used to enhance female libido has some side effects. However, the side effects are dosage related and different women have side effects from sexual enhancing herbs at different dosages. One option is to take a low amount of an herb, even if it is a half a capsule, and be patient for a week. If no results occur, then the dosage can be increased.
Understanding the causes of Low Female Libido and sexual dysfunction:
Psychological or Mental difficulties can cause a decline
The causes of psychological sexual dysfunction are numerous, and it is difficult to list them all, but most often low female libido is related to anxiety, stress, depression, marital or relationship problems, time constraints, the pressures of raising children, life crisis, financial difficulties, religious repression, or some forms of mental illness.
Hormonal influence, role of DHEA and testosterone
Androgens, such as testosterone, are a major component of female libido. Testosterone levels decline about 1 percent each year in men, which may contribute to lower male libido with aging. Testosterone also declines with age in women, especially after 40 and 50, and even more after 60, leading to a significant decrease in female libido. Women who have had surgical removal of the ovaries notice a drop in sexual interest. Replacement of androgens can be helpful in those with age related sexual dysfunction. Testosterone is available by prescription only, including available as a patch. An over the counter hormones, such as DHEA, converts into testosterone and thus has a positive influence. Pregnenolone is another over the counter hormone that may increase testosterone levels and thus enhance desire and interest. However, the risk of side effects and potential long term health consequences of testosterone and androgen use must be taken into account. My preference is to avoid hormones unless absolutely necessary and instead use herbal supplements for libido enhancement. These herbal libido boosters are extremely effective. Hormones could be used for a few days each month if needed.
Biological factors appear to increase the likelihood that a woman will engage in sexual intercourse during her most fertile days rather than at other times. Vaginal dryness reduces a woman's interest in sex.
Acute dehydroepiandrosterone effects on female libido and sexual arousal in postmenopausal women.
J Womens Health Gend Based Med. 2002.
16 sexually functional women post menopause received oral DHEA 300 mg or placebo 60 minutes before the presentation of an erotic video segment. Increases in mental and physical sexual arousal ratings significantly increased in response to an acute dose of DHEA in postmenopausal women.
Comments: DHEA is a potent hormone and the dosage should be kept to less than 10 mg and no more than twice a week.
Testosterone benefit and side effects for low female libido
My doctor told me that I need testosterone to boost my libido ever since I've had my ovaries removed. Do you think herbs can restore my interest without resorting to hormones? I really don't want to take testosterone.
Most doctors don't realize that there certain natural herbs boost female libido similar to the hormones.
Side effects of hormone therapy in women with low libido
Womens Health (Lond Engl). 2013. Thrombosis in three postmenopausal women receiving testosterone therapy for low libido.
Testosterone Improves Antidepressant-Emergent Loss of Libido in Women: Findings from a Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial. J Sex Med. 2014 Jan 16.
Alterations in the flow of blood to and from the genital region are a minor cause of female sexual dysfunction. For instance, medical conditions such as atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), high cholesterol, hypertension, or diabetes reduce blood flow to the genital organs. An additional factor that can impede blood flow is surgery in the pelvic or abdominal area.
Neural -- Nerve damage from disorders such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis, Parkinsonís disease, and stroke affect the brainís ability to respond to sexual stimulation. In women, abdominal or pelvic operations can occasionally lead to nerve damage.
Chemical -- Some chemicals involved in the human sexual response include dopamine, acetylcholine, and nitric oxide. Certain medications and drugs interfere with the proper activity of the body's chemicals and hormones responsible for optimal sexual function.
Medical conditions, pregnancy, lactation
Certain diseases reduce female libido, performance, or enjoyment. These include hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol, cardiovascular disease, peripheral vascular disease, and neurologic disorders, and insomnia.
My wife is still breastfeeding our 8months old baby. She seems not to be interested in sex since baby was born, pls is their any safe libido enhancer that you can recommend for a breastfeeding mom.
None of the natural aphrodisiacs have been tested in terms of safety with lactation and breastfeeding, but new research seems to indicate that most medications can be safely taken after the baby is a few months old and we think this probably applies to herbs and nutritional supplements although we cannot be 100 percent sure.
Drugs and medications that decrease and interfere
Drugs or prescription medications that interfere with sexual function include some medications used to lower high blood pressure, SSRIs drugs used to treat depression, sedatives such as anti-anxiety agents and sleeping pills, and beta-blockers such as Inderal. Alcohol's negative affect on a woman's libido increases with age. Smoking can reduce genital blood flow.
A survey published in the Journal of the British Association of Urological Surgeons finds that the nearly two-thirds of women report sexual dysfunction. The top problem cited among women was lack of desire, followed closely by orgasm problems, arousal issues, lack of satisfaction, lack of lubrication, and pain. Age, menopausal status and usage of antidepressants were risk factors
Natural ways to enhance female libido
Physical fitness positively influences sexual desire and performance. Exercising thirty minutes before sexual intercourse reduces the libido-damaging effects of antidepressants and increases female sexual function (including orgasm).
Deep sleep is crucial for optimum female sexual function.
Eat more cold water fish for its content of fish oils. Use more spices such as ginger root.
Do yoga, stretching, or relaxation exercises.
Keep an open mind and try to be non-judgmental.
Consider natural herbs, many really work.
Does Viagra help increase female libido? What about Levitra and Cialis?
Viagra sildenafil) approved by the FDA in 1998, has been the most popular medicine for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. Viagra works very well in dilating blood vessels in the genital region leading to an erection in men, however it does little to directly increase female libido or sexual arousal. Studies in women show Viagra drug not to be effective.