Top Aphrodisiacs for Him and Her - part 1

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 Top Aphrodisiacs for Him and Her - part 1
Aphrodisiacs? Really? Are there herbs and supplements that can improve sexual functioning and sensua

c. 2012 Susun S Weed (Expert)
Author: Down There: Sexual & Reproductive Health the Wise Woman Way

Aphrodisiacs? Really? Are there herbs and supplements that can improve sexual functioning and sensual pleasure? Yes, indeed, there are, and they are generally safe to use, easy to find, quick to work, and simple to understand. And the same aphrodisiacs work for both men and women. Share!
In my next few articles, I’ll talk about some sexy herbs – like damiana, fenugreek, ginkgo, ginseng, ginger, marijuana, oatstraw, potency wood, schizandra, tribulus, and yohimbe. You will be able to use them immediately to enhance your intimate experiences. So let’s get started checking out some very sexy herbs
Herbs can really hit the spot, the “G” spot, the gee! spot. Here are three gees to get you going: ginkgo, ginger, and ginseng.

Ginkgo tincture is the friend of old(er) lovers. Ginkgo increases blood flow to the erectile tissues. It stokes the fires of desire. It relaxes blood vessels and increases nerve sensation, heightening response in both men and women. Regular use of ginkgo tincture improves lubrication and desire in post-menopausal women, and reduces (by half) the risk of ovarian cancer. If there isn’t enough blood in a man’s body for both his penis and his brain to function at the same time, an herb that improves blood flow to the brain surely can counter erectile difficulties. Between 50–78 percent of men using 60–240mg of standardized ginkgo daily for at least six weeks regain the ability to have regular erections. Ginkgo leaf tincture is especially effective when fat deposits or diabetes restrict blood flow, and in men whose blood flow is not improved by papaverine injections, or where potency is diminished by antidepressants. It is considered safe to take 1-2 dropperfuls of ginkgo tincture, once or twice a day, for as long as 18 months. Caution: Avoid ginkgo before surgery and if taking blood-thinning drugs.

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