Ginseng is any of eleven different varieties of short, slow-growing perennial plants with fleshy roots. Ginseng is believed to restore and enhance normal well-being and has become one of the most popular herbal remedies in the world today.
The herbs consist of a light-colored, forked-shaped root, a relatively long stalk and green leaves with an oval shape.
Traditionally ginseng has been used to treat a number of different ailments. Such as an energy provider, cognitive function, anti-inflammatory effects, cancer prevention, flu and RSV and even erectile dysfunction.
Try adding natural ginseng root or ginseng tea to your diet to help improve your performance in the sack. “Researchers at the University of Hawaii found that women who took a ginseng supplement significantly increased their libido in a month; 68 percent [saw] their overall sex desire [get] a boost,” Robotti said. But beware of “ginseng-infused” energy drinks, as added chemicals and sugar can have the opposite effect on your libido.
Incorporating this sweet extract into your diet can help make your sex life anything but “vanilla,” research suggests. “Vanilla has historically been eaten, drank and smelled as an aphrodisiac,” Kenya said. “Science shows that vanilla is the most arousing scent for aging men because it relaxes them and gets the juices flowing.”
Protein-rich eggs can help boost stamina, which makes them a great choice for boosting your libido. “They’re also an excellent source of amino acid and L-arginine, which has been proven effective in treating erectile dysfunction
and certain types of heart ailments,” Robotti said.
“You may think that iceberg lettuce is lacking in nutrition, but it actually contains an opiate that activates sex hormones,” Robotti said. Serve lettuce in a big bowl with a little oil and vinegar dressing, and you and your sweetie will be rearing to get busy before turning in for the night.
Cloves have been used to treat sexual dysfunction
in men for centuries, and animal research has found that clove extracts may aid sexual performance. “Whether you brew it in hot apple cider or infuse your chai tea latte with it, cloves are a ‘super spice,’” said Robotti, who added they can also help ward off bad breath. Pucker up!