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Robert asks…

Has anyone tried taking herbal supplements to enhance sexual drive? What works best?

Shilajit, DHEA, Ashwagandha, evening primrose, gingko biloba, horny goat weed, Tribulus, L-arginine, Dong Quai, Satavri Extract, Avena Sativa , Damiana, evening primrose

This is a list of herbs and natural supplements I have found online that can supposedly increase your sex drive. Anyone try any of these? I am wanting to know which of these supplements work.
I am a girl by the way.

Potter answers:

Some of those help quite a bit, some help a little and some really shouldn’t be on that list. LOL!
Ginkgo Biloba is good for brain health because it helps increase circulation to the brain. I think it’s put in some sexual health products because increased circulation to the brain increases circulation to the whole body including the genitals… But there are several other options that increase that circulation to the genitals so much better (like L-Arginine, which is a better choice).
Ashwagandha is good for stress, so it is more commonly in sexual health products just in case stress is taking away from your libido. This also won’t help on it’s own.
Evening Primrose Oil has naturally occurring GLA (Gamma Linolenic Acid), which helps for skin health and overall hormonal health in women. This is another one that helps things that may be dragging down sexual health, but don’t boost it directly.

The rest are more directly for sexual health on their own or in combinations.
DHEA is a precursor to both Estrogen and Testosterone, which means your body will convert it into either of those based on what it needs.
Horny Goat Weed… Well, that literally just makes you horny. Try it and you’ll see what I mean.
Tribulus helps to boost Testosterone, which is the hormone that influences sexual energy more.
Dong Quai, Avena Sativa, and Damiana all help with various aspects of sexual health in women, so those are all good, too.

I have tried a few of these and other sexual health supplements (most as experiments) and there are definitely a number of them that work. The down side is that different people respond differently to different supplements, so it changes person to person.
You can try all of these together or pick and choose, but they are all beneficial as I mentioned. Good luck and I hope I helped!

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