Hormonal 

Issues

Been a while since you had good sex?

Sex. Mind-numbing, awesome, Earth-shattering sex. Been a while since you had sex good enough that you screamed so loud that your neighbours complained? Have you ever had sex that amazing?

If you have but it's been a while, don't worry, there's help on the way. If you've never had that kind of sex, you deserve it!

Unfortunately the pressures of being a woman in today's society take their toll on the female body. There are family issues, finances, careers. These are important issues. But they can wreak havoc in a healthy sex life by altering the hormone balances of the female body. Suddenly the sex just ain't the same. Or not at all.

 

Address the hormonal shifts and imbalances that often occur in the aging process.

 

Rather than turning to laboratories and pharmaceutical drugs that require doctor prescriptions and often come with nasty side effects, we've turned elsewhere to awaken the sexual prowess within. The ancients knew the powers of herbal extracts and the healing properties they had. The Chinese, for example, have long used Ginkgo Biloba to increase blood flow and enhance sexual function.

 

We believe there is much wisdom in the teachings of those that went before us. Natural supplements with a series of potent herbals and aphrodisiacs that increase vaginal lubrication in women, which increases sexual desire, which increases frequency of orgasms. Even the ancients enjoyed a good romp in the hay!

Some of these herbal extracts include:

Black Cohosh Root - long used for treating symptoms of menopause, including hot flashes and vaginal dryness, black cohosh has an estrogen-like effect on the body that can boost fertility, treat cramps and heavy menstruation and provide relief of labor pains

 

Ginseng - this is an Asian plant used for its aphrodisiac qualities. Ginseng contains phytoestrogens and has a stimulating effect on the pituitary gland. Ginseng has been used to treat erectile dysfunction in men and recent studies suggest it makes the reproductive organs work faster

 

Ginkgo Biloba - has been used to enhance mental acuity since ancient times. Ginkgo Biloba is proven to increase blood flow, which increases orgasm frequency and overall sexual enjoyment

Damiana -  a wild shrub native to Central and South America, Damiana is a potent natural aphrodisiac that delivers oxygen to the genitalia area and increases clitoral sensitivity. Damiana also balances hormone levels, alleviates vaginal dryness and increases frequency of orgasms

 

Theobromine - an alkaloid of the cacao plant, theobromine is found in a variety of sources, including chocolate and tea. Theobromine is a mild stimulant that provides bursts of energy. It's also a relaxant that dilates blood vessels and reduces blood pressure

 

These herbals can combine to form an elixir of sexual satisfaction in women looking to put amazing sex into their life.  You'll also enjoy boosted sexual health, reduced symptoms of PMS, including fewer mood swings. And you'll be thinking a lot about sex. If you're good with that, so are we!

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