Low Libido? A Complete Supplement Stack for Men & Women to Improve Libido & Testosterone Levels 💧💧💧
Low testosterone causes low libido but low libido does not necessarily mean low testosterone. Erectile dysfunction does not necessarily mean low testosterone. Women testosterone is called DHEA & when supplemented, women sexual drive can greatly improve.
In this short article, you will learn the BEST & the commonest libido & testosterone boosters in men & women 💧💧
1. D-ASPARTIC ACID
Work by stimulating some key testosterone-producing hormones. Doses of 2–3 grams seem to be effective for those who are testosterone deficient.
2. VITAMIN D
Vitamin D3 has often been USED in the context of male fertility. Vitamin D receptors can be found on sperm cells, and vitamin D also plays a role in the production of steroid hormones like testosterone.
3. ZINC (Men & Women)
Zinc (Zn) is an important mineral for general health and is often used as a potent testosterone booster. It is only effective if you have low zinc.
4. DHEA (Men & Women)
The hormone dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) circulates throughout the body and can be called to make other hormones, notably testosterone and estrogens. Women taking DHEA + Maca literally feels like 21-year-old
5. BORON (Men & Women)
As a supplement, it is sometimes recommended for postmenopausal women with low hormone levels. Studies have also noted an increase in testosterone in men, even in young men, taking 10 mg of boron per day.
HERBAL BASED TESTOSTERONE & LIBIDO SUPPLEMENTS
6. FENUGREEK (men & Women)
When supplemented by healthy men, fenugreek appear to significantly increase libido and sexual satisfaction. A small increase in testosterone was noted, meaning it increases libido without necessarily increasing testosterone significantly. There are specific formulations of fenugreek for women called Libifem.
7. LONGJACK (TESTOJACK) (Men & Women)
Preliminary evidence supports its traditional use as a libido enhancer for both men and women. It is also used as a male fertility enhancer.
8. YOHIBE (Men)
Yohibine is a stimulant often used as a potent fat burner in men & women. It is also supplemented by men wishing to increase virility and erectile rigidity. It is rarely solf as a sole supplement but usually combined with other libido boosters.
Although sometimes called “herbal Viagra”, it should be used with caution and should not be used if taking other medications or stimulants like coffee.
9. MACA (Men & Women)
Multiple studies show that maca, a root vegetable, enhances libido in both men and women. Libido keeps improving for 8 weeks before plateauing. It increases libido without any effect on testosterone levels.
It is probably the BEST & MOST potent libido booster for men & women. For women over 40, combining Maca Root with DHEA can restore young age sexual desire and vigor.
10. TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS (Men & Women)
Tribulus Terrestris has long been marketed as an herbal testosterone booster. Tribulus also increases sperm count & semen volume winning hearts of many couples. However, Tribulus increases libido, volumes but NOT testosterone levels.
11. COLEUS FORSKOLIN (Men & Women)
Supplementation of Coleus forskohlii has been noted to increase testosterone synthesis. It is not surprising FORSKOLIN is so popular because like YOHIBE, it has weight loss effects. Forskolin is our best seller supplement, better seller than Biotin – Because it works!
12. CITRULLINE & L-ARGININE (Men & Women)
EXAMPLE OF AN EFFECTIVE LIBIDO BOOSTING SUPPLEMENT STACK
FOR MEN & WOMEN WHO WANT TO INCREASE LIBIDO
Take the core maca root extract (1.5–3 g) at breakfast. If after a month your problem is not solved, add either fenugreek (in the form of an extract standardized for 300 mg of saponins), Testojack (200–300 mg of a 100:1 extract), or Tribulus Terrestris (200–450 mg) of an extract standardized for 60% steroidal saponins); you should not cumulate those three libido boosters, but you can rotate them once a month.
FOR MEN WITHOUT ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION WHO WANT TO SKYROCKET THEIR ERECTILE RIGIDITY
Take the Raw maca root extract (1.5–3 g) at breakfast. If after a month your problem is not solved, take yohimbine (0.2 mg per kilogram of body weight, so about 0.09mg/lb) about 30 minutes before sexual activity.
FOR MEN WITH ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION CAUSED BY IMPAIRED BLOOD FLOW
Should the cocoa polyphenols fail to help you after a month, you could try replacing them by Pycnogenol (100–200 mg). Should the Pycnogenol fail to help you after a month, you could try replacing it by a grape seed extract (200–400mg). Take your Pycnogenol or grape seed extract once a day with a meal to help increase blood flow.
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