I am going to put down lists of natural aphrodisiacs for women and men, hopefully this post will stay up, so people who do not want to turn to drugs for help can get it hopefully.
Following is a small compilation of 10 such natural aphrodisiacs or libido enhancers for men:
It was first discovered by the Chinese and has been used as a libido enhancers for thousands of years. Ginseng is one of the bestselling herbs in the United States. In much of Asia, ginseng is prized as a revitalizer for the whole body, partly due to the human-like shape of the root.
2) L- Arginine:
This is not a herb but an amino acid and it helps increase the production of nitric oxide which helps you achieve rock hard or firmer erections. It is also called the Nature's Viagra. Foods that are rich in L-arginine include Oatmeal, Peanuts, Cashews,Walnuts, Dairy, Green Vegetables, Soybeans, Seeds and Chickpeas.
Fo-ti is also called he shou wu, which means "black-haired Mr. He" in Chinese. This name refers to a legend of an older villager named Mr. He who took fo-ti and restored his black hair, youthful appearance and sexual vitality.
4) Horny Goat Weed
This one is also credited to the Chinese and it was discovered when a Chinese goat herder noticed increased sexual activity in his flock after they ingested the weed. It is increasingly being used in treatment of erectile dysfunction.
Damiana is found in Mexico and the southern US. It is used as a libido enahncer for both men and women.
6) Tribulus Terrestris
Tribulus terrestris has been long used nin the Ancient Chinese and Indian medicine systems to improve sexual desires and potency in men. However, It was only in the mid-90s when Eastern European Olympic athletes claimed that tribulus contributed to their success that tribulus became known in the North America.
7) Tongkat Ali
Tongkat Ali is a tree found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand. It is used as an important ingredient in treatments for erectile dysfunction. It is also called the Asian Viagra.
According to folklore, ancient Incan warriors took maca before going off to battle to make them physically strong. However, they were later prohibited from taking it, in order to protect conquered women from their heightened libidos.
9) Muira Puama
Muira puama is one of the finest herbs to use for erectile dysfunction. This shrub came from Brazil and has long been used as an effective aphrodisiac and nerve stimulant in South American folk medicine. Its safety and effectiveness in improving libido and sexual function in patients has validated from clinical study.
Yohimbe is an evergreen tree that grows in western Africa in Nigeria, Cameroon, the Congo and Gabon. Yohimbe bark extracts are widely promoted online and in health food stores as a natural aphrodisiac to increase libido and treat erectile dysfunction.
Apart form the above there are many more herbs that are used in various formulations for libido enhancement and treating erectile dysfunction or impotence in men. Some other common names include ginkgo, catuaba, hawthorn, herba epimedii, acai fruit etc.,
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Here is the list for women:
Ginseng is one of the bestselling herbs in the United States. In much of Asia, ginseng is prized as a revitalizer for the whole body, partly due to the human-like shape of the root. For more information about ginseng, read the Ginseng Fact Sheet.
2) Horny Goat Weed
According to folklore, horny goat weed's reputed aphrodisiac qualities were discovered when a Chinese goat herder noticed increased sexual activity in his flock[ after they ingested the weed. For more information about horny goat weed, read the Horny Goat Weed Fact Sheet.
Fo-ti is also called he shou wu, which means "black-haired Mr. He" in Chinese. This name refers to a legend of an older villager named Mr. He who took fo-ti and restored his black hair, youthful appearance and sexual vitality. For more information about fo-ti, read the Fo-Ti Fact Sheet.
L-arginine is not a herb but an amino acid that has numerous functions in the body. It has been used for erectile dysfunction and is often promoted as a Viagra alternative. For more information about L-arginine, read the L-Arginine Fact Sheet.
Damiana is a plant native to Mexico and the southern United States. It has been widely used as an aphrodisiac in Mexico for men and women. For more information about damiana, read the Damiana Fact Sheet.
6) Tribulus Terrestris
Tribulus terrestris is a herb that has been used in the traditional medicine of China and India for centuries. It was only in the mid-90s when Eastern European Olympic athletes claimed that tribulus contributed to their success that tribulus became known in the North America. For more information about tribulus, read the Tribulus Fact Sheet.
7) Tongkat Ali
] Tongkat Ali is a tree native to Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia. It was dubbed the "Asian Viagra" in a May 1999 report in the New Sunday Times. For more information about tongkat ali, read the Tongkat Ali.
According to folklore, ancient Incan warriors took maca before going off to battle to make them physically strong. However, they were later prohibited from taking it, in order to protect conquered women from their heightened libidos. For more information about maca, read the Maca Fact Sheet.
9) Muira Puama
Muira puama, also called "potency wood" is a small Brazilian tree that grows across the Amazon river basin. It has a long history of use in Brazilian folk medicine as an aphrodisiac. For more information about muira puama, read the Muira Puama Fact Sheet.
Yohimbe is an evergreen tree that grows in western Africa in Nigeria, Cameroon, the Congo and Gabon. Yohimbe bark extracts are widely promoted online and in health food stores as a natural aphrodisiac to increase libido and treat erectile dysfunction. For more information about yohimbe, read the Yohimbe Fact Sheet.
For both men and women, I highly recommend getting a doctors approval before taking any of these. Also, unless you are very healthy, I would advise not to take Yohimbe. This bark extract can be bad for anyone with blood pressure problems or with circulatory system problems.
Just want to add a little more for anyone interested in tongkat ali. It's very popular in Malaysia and has been used for centuries there to help support healthy testosterone levels and overall sexual performance. It's even been featured on the Dr. Oz Show.
However, there are a lot of bad products out there, so do your research before you buy anything. Look for products with Physta, which is a patented form of tongkat ali that was developed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
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