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Aphrodisiacs have been used throughout history and many ancient aphrodisiac mixtures are still popular today. When it comes to herbal aphrodisiac supplements, male sexual health products are often the most abundant in supply. Regardless of the focus on male sexual health products, many herbs and libido-boosting supplements also exist to support female sexual health. Here are 6 herbs you should know about. (more…)

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Menopause can be a trying time for women. It affects day to day activities, mental clarity, and mood. In previous articles, I have discussed the basics of menopause and have also included some natural suggestions for dealing with its most common symptoms. Most women may find relief from annoying menopause symptoms using herbs as these tools typically provide a limited number of side effects compared with hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Here are five of the most effective herbs for menopause. (more…)

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Formed over hundreds of years from decayed plant material, Shilajit is a tar-like substance found in the Himalayas, Caucasus, and Andes. Pronounced "shil-ah-jeet," it offers quite a few compounds that support human health. This substance has been part of Ayurvedic medicine for centuries and is especially beneficial for women, providing energy enhancement, mood support, and antioxidant protection. (more…)

Considered more potent than ginseng, Tibetan Rhodiola is an adaptogenic herb revered by the Tibetan monks as the supreme herb in traditional health modalities. Scientists have determined the majority of its power and potency comes from two compounds, salidroside and rosavin. Each compound helps encourage physical performance, cognitive function, stress response, and internal balance. Here are 6 reasons to supplement with Tibetan Rhodiola. (more…)

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Pine bark extract is usually from the French maritime pine (Pinus pisaster) that also grows in countries along the western Mediterranean. Pine bark contains a number of beneficial compounds extracted from the bark in a way that doesn’t destroy or damage the tree. (more…)