The pressures of the fast-paced modern world have negatively impacted many aspects of life, including the natural environment, people’s health and familial, workplace, friend and romantic relationships. Depression is common amongst American people, which further contributes to the decline of one’s sex drive. Loss of sex drive tends to affect women more than men on the whole, with menopause being a time of great depression, anxiety and irritability, which also lead to a low sex drive.
Muira puama is one of the most popular and widely consumed herbs. It grows in the northern Amazon river basin. This herb has been used to enhance libido for a long time, making the harvest and sale of the herb a large business throughout Brazil.
According to the Natural Herbal Remedies website, ginkgo biloba has a positive effect on every phase of the cycle of sexual response, from desire to excitement (lubrication) to orgasm and resolution (the sexual afterglow).
Siberian ginseng restores balance to the body both biochemically and physically. it also helps your hypothalamus regulate the release of your sexual hormones, enhancing your sex drive.
Ashwagandha is the Ayurvedic equivalent of ginseng but heats the body less. It is well known for promoting semen and helps treat both infertility and impotency.
Kola vera contains xanthines that are helpful for relieving fatigue and enabling your body to naturally replenish and rejuvenate itself to its normal levels. This helps boost your overall sexual energy as well.
According to the Natural Herbal Remedies website, tribulus has been proven to promote muscle strength, overall health and general physical prowess, all of which increase the sex drive as well.
Sarsaparilla possesses saparins, which are believed to imitate the action of some of the human hormones. Sarsaparilla is used as a supportive tonic for the male reproductive system in particular. It helps regulate a healthy routine of both progesterone and testosterone production, which both increase male sexual energy.
Saw palmetto improves the actions of other herbs, particularly those that support the prostate gland (such as sarsaparilla), enabling optimal sexual functioning.
Goat weed helps enhance both blood testosterone and sperm production in animals. In human men, this herb is known to promote both sperm production and the male sex drive. It also helps in some cases of impotence. In women, this herb helps ease fatigue and postmenopausal hypertension.