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Women's Low Libido - Why Sexual Desire Falls and How to Rejuvenate it Naturally
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Many women suffer from low libido but the good news is that libido can be rejuvenated naturally and allow you to enjoy a higher sex drive and sexual satisfaction. So why do women in normally good health suffer from low libido? The most common causes are outlined below.

Blood Circulation is the foundation of libido and sexual satisfaction; it's a fact that in order to have strong sexual desire and enjoy great sex, you must have strong blood circulation. On arousal, the sex organs must swell with blood; if this does not occur sexual desire plummets.

Women need two key chemicals for peak sexual health and they are - testosterone and estrogen; if either is in short supply, libido falls and sex can become uncomfortable. Hormonal changes, can also take there toll on sex drive and PMS and the menopause can upset hormonal balance and lead to low libido. To concentrate on sex, your mind must be free of stress, worry and have correct hormonal balance.

You are what you eat and you can cure the above problems by taking some time tested herbs which can give you nutrients that you wont find in your everyday diet. These herbs will work naturally to increase libido and improve overall wellness.

We have outlined a few of the best herbs below which can be found in the best women's natural sex pills.

Dong Quai

The best herb for women and one that is taken to alleviate symptoms of the menopause and PMS, the herb is packed with nutrients all women need for peak health and wellness. In terms of sexual health, the herb improves blood circulation to the sex organs, increases estrogen levels, balances blood sugar levels and improves mood.

Avena Sativa

Avena Sativa increases testosterone levels safely and naturally in addition, the herb helps the body to relax and enhances sensitivity in the vagina area.


Schisandra fruit is used to treat symptoms associated with the menopause and has sexual health benefits. In terms of libido it has a vasodilatory effect which increases blood flow to the pelvic region and recent research has shown the fruit act as a phytoestrogen.


The world's most popular tonic herb which improves mood, fights stress, increases energy and improves overall blood circulation to all areas of the body.

Shunthi (Ginger)

Ginger is one of the best herbs for increasing blood flow to the sex organs quickly and also acts as a general heart tonic.

Kumari (Aloe)

Aloe facilitates digestion, aids and improves blood and lymphatic circulation, and works to keep several vital organs healthy - the kidneys, liver and gall bladder.

The above herbs have been used for thousands of years to increase libido and if you try them, they can work for you too.


For more information on the Best Women's Sex Pills with the best female libido enhancers and comprehensive info on everything to do with Womens Sexual Health visit our website.

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Supplements are the good way to rejuvenate female libido. I have lost my sex drive after on the 18th year of our marriage. I just didn't want to have sex and felt pain when my husband tried to have sex with me. Sentia pills helped me to awaken my desire. Now I feel that I'm able to have sex several times a week.
July 04, 2009 14:46:37
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