Womens sexual stimulants

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From ancient fertility deities to modern erectile dysfunction drugs, we've literally tried every so-called miracle cure in the pursuit of great sex. Aphrodisiacs — named after the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite — are any food or drugs that arouse sexual desire or pleasure. But despite their long-standing history, the limited scientific research done on natural libido boosters has produced little clinical evidence supporting their effects, according to the Mayo Clinic. Most recently, a team of scientists reviewed approximately 50 studies done on the most popular animal- and plant-based aphrodisiacs and OTC supplements on the market. Here's what their findings , published in the journal of the International Society for Sexual Medicine in , and other health authorities have to say about which ones pack the potency they claim.

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Get aroused, get turned on, go crazy with excitement — either alone or in company. Shall we begin? Monotony, inflexible views of sexuality based solely on vaginal penetration, and boredom are some key reasons why women lose their desire. You may be crazy about cream cakes, but if you eat them every Sunday at the same time, in the same place and at the same table — you may not want them as much any more. You still like them, of course, but desire gets watered down by habit. The same thing happens with sex, however poor the comparison may seem.

Sexual Stimulants for Women

An aphrodisiac is a food or drug that arouses sexual instinct, brings on desire, or increases sexual pleasure or performance. A myriad of pharmaceutical drugs are available and marketed specifically for their libido-boosting effects. Maca is a sweet root vegetable with several health benefits.
Introduction: Sexual stimulants are preparations used for increasing pleasure during sexual intercourse. The study sought to determine the use and effect of such preparations on women of reproductive age group in Kano, northern Nigeria. Materials and Methods: A self administered questionnaire was used to obtain information from women to determine if they use sexual stimulants and the effects of the drugs on them if any. Results: There were women that responded. Majority