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16 Jan
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For thousands of years humankind has been searching for foods, herbs and potions that can support appetence – aphrodisiacs. Named after the Ancient Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, these natural substances can raise libido, enhance sensitivity, boost arousal, increase stamina and improve fertility for both men and women.

Sometimes our stressful life can lower our libido. 

Notice that a healthy diet and lifestyle are important to support the use of herbs. If you’re not getting enough sleep, exercise or top-grade nutrition, or not controlling your stress level, it’s unlikely you’re going to feel in the mood for love.

In this article, you can find information about the most popular and available herbs from around the world, which are hailed as enhancing sexual experience.

Herbs work on several levels:

  • reduce tension and increase blood flow
  • increase sensation to our more delicate areas.

Aphrodisiacs are categorized according to their mode of action:

  • increase libido or desire
  • increase endurance
  • increase sexual pleasure.

Damiana (Turnera diffusa): Damiana is a fiery herb that stimulates the sacral chakra, increasing desire and excitement. This aphrodisiac effect is due to damiana’s role as a nourishing and relaxing nervine, helping to lift the spirit and release anxiety and tension. Damiana helps to low libido due to its potential testosterone-like action.

Ginseng (Panax ginseng): In traditional Chinese medicine, Panax ginseng is used as a sexual stimulant due to its antioxidant action as well as its ability to increase testosterone, supply blood to the sexual organs, and increase sexual function, potency, and sperm count. Ginseng is also a great nerve tonic and energy booster.

Ginger (Zingiber officinalis): Ginger is a fiery, warming herb that stimulates circulation and energy that invigorates the reproductive system for men and women, treating impotence. Has ability to stimulate circulation to the pelvic area, enhancing sexual vitality.

Hibiscus (Hibiscus): on an energetic level, hibiscus is a very sensual, pleasureful plant which pleasureful nature helps one open to intimate connection and receiving. It is important to note that hibiscus has anti-fertility action.

Maca (Lepidium meyenii): Maca, a starchy root that is a dietary staple from Peru, has become a trendy herb for enhancing fertility and sexual performance. Both women and men report feelings of enhanced libido after taking maca.

Oat (Avena sativa): oats support sexual health and increasing libido not as an aphrodisiac per se but by nourishing the nerves, nourishing and moistening the endocrine glands, and freeing up testosterone.

Sarsaparilla (Smilax ornata): Sarsaparilla is used in Chinese Medicine as an aphrodisiac and a sexual stimulant and tonic for the male reproductive system. It helps regulate testosterone, progesterone, and hormone production in both men and women, boosting libido and potency.

Yohimbe (Pausinystalia yohimbe): Yohimbe is an evergreen tree native to West Africa. Dubbed “herbal Viagra”, yohimbe was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration as the first plant-derived drug for treating impotency. Its primary action is to dilate blood vessels, thus regulating and stimulating blood flow to the sexual organs. Yohimbe can also increase sex drive in women.

A number of herbs said to act as natural aphrodisiacs may trigger certain side effects. That’s why you must consult with health care expert before using herbs. In some cases, decreased libido or sexual dysfunction can signal an underlying health condition.

Try to make these sweet concoctions with aphrodisiac herbs:

Raspberry Hibiscus Mousse

Ingredients you need:

1 cup raw cashews

¼ cup water

1 teaspoon dried hibiscus

¼ cup maple syrup

¼ cup coconut oil

¼ teaspoon salt

2 cups fresh raspberries


Soak the cashews in enough water to cover for at least 8 hours or overnight.

Drain water from cashews.

Heat ¼ cup water, add hibiscus and steep for 5 minutes.

Heat hibiscus tea, sweetener, coconut oil, and salt just until melted.

In a blender, combine cashews, liquid hibiscus mixture, and raspberries and blend until completely silky smooth.

Pour into serving bowl or individual bowls and refrigerate for 6 hours before serving.

Be in love with your body. 

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