Who knew that specific plants could get you in the mood?
At a time where relying on science is so evidently apparent, let’s not waste time on baseless ideas. While ongoing studies will draw more evidence concerning the potential of these plants to work their magic on your sexual mojo, let’s get into the absolute facts.
Check out the top six best plants to give you that frisky feeling.
Full of protein and healthy fats, moorish pistachios lower blood pressure improve blood flow throughout the body. Increasing blood flow to the penis results in firmer erections and a heightened sensitivity of the vulva.
A considered dose: 100g a day for 3 weeks ought to do it.
Like captured shards of golden sunlight, the fragile threads from the Crocus sativus flower reduces stress and helps treat depression. Increased arousal and lubrication has been reported by a study group of men and women concurrently taking antidepressants.
A considered dose: 30 mg of saffron per day for four weeks
Enhance your desire with ‘‘The Peruvian Viagra’ maca is a sweet root vegetable with libido-boosting health benefits. Studies also show that maca can reduce loss of libido caused by antidepressant pharmaceuticals.
A considered dose: 1.5g-3.5g per day for 2-12 weeks
Tribulus / Bindii
Also known as Devil’s Eyelashes, it is known to enhance androgen receptor density in the brain which is linked to libido enhancing and increased fertility for men. Also recognised is an increase in sexual satisfaction for women who have taken it.
A considered dose: 7.5mg per day for 4 weeks
Ginseng is a hugely popular herb used in Chinese medicine. Particularly effective for erectile function, red ginseng has been shown to increase libido and improve sexual arousal.
A considered dose: 1.5g –3g daily for 4–12 weeks
Popular Ayurvedic medicine and commonly used in asian cooking, Fenugreek boosts libido and acts as an anti-inflammatory treatment. Compounds within the plant increase our production of sex hormones – more estrogen, more testosterone – more sex drive, more orgasms
A considered dose: 600mg extract per day for six weeks
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