Hot plants for men and women, do they work? What are the benefits
October 24 2016 by
Ray Sahelian, M.D.

From Spanish fly to ground rhino horn, the pursuit of aphrodisiacs, many are hot plants, has been an age-old quest with all the superstition and pseudo-science you could imagine, leading most scientists to dismiss sex herbs as folklore. There is a suspicion in the modern Western mindset that natural compounds purported to enhance sexual passion or interest are barely, if at all, effective. Most Westerners would be surprised to find out that there are dozens of natural herbal and nutritional hot plants that enhance sexual drive and pleasure in both men and women, along with enhanced erections and more satisfying orgasms and climaxes—and some of them are quite powerful. These natural Hot plants not only enhance libido, but they enhance most aspects of the human sexual response, particularly if they are used in combination. Many Hot plants, when used in combination, are almost as good as Viagra or other drugs in helping with erectile function and boosting sexual stamina and performance, but they take longer to work.

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Are there any foods that act as aphrodisiacs?
To my knowledge, no particular food enhances sexuality or can be considered a true aphrodisiac if the expectation is that results would be noticed within a brief period of time, such as hours. There are certain herbs, though, such as yohimbe, that I consider to be Hot plants since the effects start within hours. It is possible, though, that certain foods, such as fish or seafood, could be considered to have aphrodisiac qualities in the long run since fish provides long-chained fatty acids such as DHA and EPA found in fish oils. These fish oils could improve blood flow to the genital region and also have beneficial effects on seminal fluid and sperm. A healthy diet could certainly be considered to have aphrodisiac qualities since in the long run those who are physically and mentally healthy are more likely to have optimal sexual function.
    I've come across many cookbooks touted as having recipes that have aphrodisiac qualities. At this time I am not convinced that they work. Perhaps the whole atmosphere of cooking with a lover and enjoying a nice meal with a little bit of wine could set the mood for sex, but the food itself should not be confused as having aphrodisiac properties.

Elevation of body temperature
Q. Do all sex herbs make one feel hot like Hot Plants for Him products?
   A. Most sex herbs elevate body temperature and that is why they are called hot plants, and yohimbe is one of them. Ephedra, not for sex, is also a hot plant since it elevates body temperature. There are two products on the market with hot herbs, these are Hot Plants for Him and Hot Plants for Her.

Q. Are sexual hot plants as good as Levitra or Viagra?
     A. Sexual hot plants may not work as well as Levitra and Viagra at least initially in the first hour or two, but over the long run, sexual hot plants provide a better overall sexual satisfaction with better libido, sensation, stamina, and enjoyment. You just have to be patient for a few days.