Indian herbs to increase libido such as Ashwagandha “Indian Ginseng” have been used for centuries to increase libido and general health and its one of the best libido enhancers you can get and also improves overall wellness, lets look at it in detail…
Ashwagandha – also known as Indian Winter Cherry has the scientific name Withania Somnifera and is grown in the western India, Gujarat, MP, Punjab and in Himalayas the affect of ashwagandha is attributed to compounds known as withanolides which are present in the herb.
It’s a herb that acts on a number of levels to improve overall health which in turn improves libido and sexual health.
Ashwagandha is used as an adaptogen which means it increases endurance and energy levels, rejuvenating tonic and has affects on both general and sexual health which include the following:
Firstly, the herb increases sperm count, size and motility. Secondly Ashwagandha promotes both vitality and virility by strengthening both female and male reproductive systems. Its libido enhancing properties help improve the libido and sex drive and its been prescribed for thousands of years to treat both impotence and increase sexual energy.
One of the major problems which causes low libido is stress and anxiety.
Ashwaganda controls the levels of cortisol, which is produced in response to increased stress levels.
High levels of stress kill sex drive and can lead to serious health issues such as – high blood pressure, poor immune function, impaired inflammatory response, decreased muscle function, hyperglycemia, more abdominal fat and an increased risk of both, heart attacks and strokes.
The herb acts as a tonic herb for the whole body rejuvenating body energy, acts as an anti-ageing herb, is an anti-oxidant and is antibiotic, and boost memory and improves mood.
Sex health and general health are linked and this herb is one of the best you can take to improve both and when combined with other complimentary herbs the body responds by becoming healthier and sex drive and libido are boosted.
By: Kelly Price
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