Sexual Stimulant Ingredients
Written by chester
stimulants claim to arouse or increase sexual desire, or libido.
A broader definition includes products that improve sexual performance.
Aphrodisiacs, named after Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of sexual
love and beauty, the list of supposed sexual stimulants includes
anchovies and adrenaline, licorice and lard, scallops and Spanish
fly, and hundreds of other items. Here is a very partial list
of some herbal ingredients commonly found in sexual enhancers/stimulants:
Sative (Wild Oats)
Avena sativa, or oats, have long been used by breeders to help
male animals "sow their oats" or boost their fertility.
Avena Sativa is one of the best remedies to feed the nervous system
when under stress and strengthen it to handle the situation. It
works to calm down performance anxiety.
Brazil's most famous and highly regarded libido booster. It is
considered a central nervous system stimulant and used for sexual
weakness and lowered libido in both men and women.
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 androgen-like
effects. Androgens are involved in sexual desire in both men and
women. Horny Goat Weed may help improve circulation and kidney
Jack (Tongkat Ali)
A popular Malaysian tree, it is proper for it's aphrodisiac properties
for both men and women. The researched focus is towards improved
desire and sexual initiation.
Grown high in the mountains of Peru, Maca root tends to significantly
boost libido and sex drive in men and women by enhancing the endocrine
function. The endocrine system includes all of the glands, and
the hormones they secrete, that exist in the body and that control
such conditions as fertility, sexual function, digestion, brain
and nervous system physiology, and energy levels.
A rare and powerful Ayurvedic herb that has unusally high levels
of naturally occuring L-Dopa. L-Dopa is an amino acid that has
been the subject of over 25 years of extensive scientific and
medical research. It may help with improving sexual dysfunction,
loss of libido, stimulating arousal, and increasing intensity
and frequency of orgasms for both men and women.
Found in the Amazon, this extraction is very potent and has an
impressive research history of helping restore libido and has
been used to help prevent erectile dysfunction.
Also known as Puncture Vine and Gokshura, may help to increase
seminal fluid, not by volume but sperm count, and at the same
time may increase sexual desire, arousal and performance in men
and women. Tribulus may help to increase the duration of erection
and assist in acheiving orgasm in those previously unable.
A tree that grows throughout the African nations of 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. The herb
is a sensual stimulant for healthy men and women.