As Valentine’s Day approaches, you may be looking for a more natural way to boost your libido and performance. More popular libido and performance enhancing options can have filler ingredients and strong side effects. We hope these suggestions can help make your Valentine’s Day with your special someone extra special!
Libido and Performance Enhancing Supplements
Horny Goat Weed-
As the name suggests, horny goat weed is often used to strengthen sexual performance through increased blood flow. It has a long tradition of being used to treat low libido, erectile dysfunction, and even brittle bones in various regions of Asia. This is available in the form of capsule or tablet supplements for both men and women.
Often marketed in the sports world as a testosterone booster, tribulus has been shown in scientific studies to have little effect on overall testosterone levels. However, a larger effect on increasing libido has been proved. This is available in capsule supplement form for both men and women.
Known for its benefits on male fertility, menopausal symptoms, and energy and mood, Maca is also a great option for those looking to increase their libido. Maca can potentially help those experiencing low libido as a side effect of anti-depressant drugs. This is available in both capsule and liquid supplement and powder form for both men and women.
Korean Red Ginseng-
Also known as Asian Ginseng or Panax Ginseng, this should not be confused with American Ginseng. Menopausal related libido decreases or erectile dysfunction in men can potentially be treated with Korean Ginseng. This is available in both capsule and liquid supplement form for both men and women.
Yohimbe is often suggested for increased performance in sports and treatment of erectile dysfunction. This increases blood flow throughout the body. This is available in capsule and liquid supplement forms for men.
Other supplements often found in libido enhancing blends include Ashwagandha and L-arginine.
*These claims have not been evaluated by the FDA. Always check with your prescribing physician before starting a new supplement. Do not go against your doctor’s advice.*