sexual health supplements

Women’s health expert, Nicole Granato has walked us through the best ways to boost our libido, helped many the PCOS sufferer with her natural protocol, and is dishing out these good ideas for daily sexual health supplements to help keep your sexual health life vibrant and balanced all summer… 

It is no secret everything we put into our body affects all aspects of our being — from our energy and mood to hormones, our skin health and overall appearance. Summer brings a whole new set of issues for some. For those prone to yeast infections and urinary tract infections, these issues are heightened in the summer months. Some sexually active women may have consistent problems with infections and discomfort. How can we keep our bodies feeling good, our sex drive up, and our pH balanced to avoid irritations and infections? Here are a few of my go-tos for the summer months, including two tonics to try in the morning and my favorite herbs to take during the summer months to keep my blood health and sex drive up.

Pick your morning tonic to balance your pH levels. These are the two I use in the summer months! If you are more prone to infections, you should consider taking both.

Apple cider vinegar tonic for your ph: Add 2 tablespoons of ACV to room temperature water and drink on an empty stomach in the morning. ACV will balance pH, clear any lingering yeast in the body and keep your skin glowing. Check Out

Aloe vera shots to detox: A shot of aloe vera will help balance your digestive tract, rid the body of any toxins and yeast, and balance pH levels! Aloe vera is also known as a great antiseptic, so you can dab it on a breakout or just put it on your skin as a toner! Check Out

He shou wu for sex drive: This super tonic will assist your body in cleansing your kidneys and liver while nourishing your blood! This keeps you feeling good — and it will enhance your sexual desire. When we have healthy blood and circulation, our sex drive increases significantly. Check Out

Maca powder for hormone health: Maca has been known to balance hormones, increase energy and promote healthy skin and hair. Maca is a great summertime addition for overall adrenal and hormonal support. The heat can leave us feeling a little more tired than usual, and while loading up on caffeine may seem like the best route, maca will lessen that desire and give you a healthier form of sustainable energy! Check Out

Rev up your sex drive naturally with these libido-boosting foods.

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  1. This is an interesting & informative article. Thank you.

    Pailana Burke | 07.14.2018 | Reply
  2. Always talk to your doctor before trying a new herbal supplement. These herbs in particular have little scientific evidence of their effect in people. They may also interact with your medications or cause unintended side effects.

    Rondo | 07.14.2018 | Reply
  3. Great article! Just one piece of info to share… be careful with the Maca powder. I tried the ungelatinized raw powder, and it made me violently ill. My friend, however, used it and loved it! Try in small doses.

    Amy | 07.16.2018 | Reply
  4. Pine Pollen is another good one for longevity, hormonal balance, and libido.

    anne | 07.16.2018 | Reply
  5. He Shou Wu (also commonly called “Fo Ti”) has many potential side effects and interactions to be aware of. Among the concerns is that it might cause liver damage. He Shou Wu can potentially interact with a number of prescription medications, including some for diabetes (causing blood sugar to drop too low) and stimulant laxatives (He Shou Wu is a stimulant laxative, so taking it along with another drug with that effect can lead to dehydration). Other drugs that may interact adversely with fo-ti include digoxin, Elavil, Haldol, Inderal, theophylline, Prilosec, Prevacid and Valium.

    Please refer to WebMD and Dr. Weil for additonal information on side effects and interactions related to He Shou Wu. Perhaps the key statement from Dr. Weil’s website in regard to He Shou Wu/Fo Ti is this: “Given the fact that there isn’t much scientific evidence to support its use and because of safety concerns, Dr. Low Dog suggests consulting a doctor of Oriental Medicine who has training in traditional Chinese herbal medicine rather than trying it on your own. I agree.”

    Christian | 07.18.2018 | Reply


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