Female Libido Supplements

Female Libido Supplements

As a sex doctor, I often get asked about the efficacy of female libido supplements. While there are many options on the market, it’s important to understand the research behind these products. It is also important to understand that product efficacy is directly related to the root cause behind why there is low libido.

For example, if the number one reason for your low libido is that you do not feel connected to your partner, then these products will likely not have a substantial impact. Sometimes low libido is due to our diet, our internal dialogue, our stress, or the communication in our relationships. Other times it can be due to history of trauma, or a lack of feeling safe in some area of your life. There are many things that can contribute to low libido and female libido supplements are only effective if they match the underlying root cause. They are definitely appropriate in some situations!

Female Libido Supplements

Now, onto the Female Libido Supplements…

First, let’s take a closer look at what female libido supplements are. These supplements usually contain a combination of herbs, vitamins, and minerals that are thought to improve sexual function and desire. Some of the most common ingredients include ginkgo biloba, maca root, and L-arginine.

So, what does the research say about these ingredients? Well, the truth is, there isn’t a lot of research on the effectiveness of female libido supplements as a whole. Some studies have suggested that individual ingredients, such as L-arginine or ginkgo biloba, may have some benefit for sexual function. However, the evidence is mixed and more research is needed.

There are a few supplements that have shown some promise for improving sexual function and desire in women. One of these is Tribulus terrestris, a plant extract that has been shown to increase testosterone levels in women. Testosterone is an important hormone for sexual function, and low levels have been linked to decreased desire and arousal.

Another supplement that has shown some benefit is maca root, a plant native to Peru. In one study, women who took maca root for 12 weeks reported an increase in sexual desire and arousal compared to women who took a placebo.The most profound results I have seen with the women I educate on low libido actually comes from DHEA. DHEA is a hormone produced by the adrenal glands. It is the precursor to testosterone. This means we make testosterone out of it. In addition, DHEA gives our body energy. This hormone naturally declines as we age and in many women it is low.

If you get it tested, be sure to have DHEA’s storage form run in the blood. This is known as DHEAs. DHEAs can give much more accurate information than regular DHEA. Many women report their libido improving when they take a DHEA supplement. In our libido doctor masterclasses, we teach you about where you can get these sorts of test done, what the test mean and what solutions are available for women.

At “My Libido Doc”, we teach you why you have a low libido and teach you how to correct it. There are many different reasons why you may have low libido. While there are herbal aphrodisiacs and products like mentioned above that can be helpful to some women, the real magic comes in when you understand all of the different layers tied into low libido. To really get at the root, this is not a “take a pill” situation. Low libido is your body talking to you. We help you understand the signals so you can get back to stellar libido, stellar pleasure and incredible relationships. You can learn more about what we do at your libido doc: HERE.

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