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List of Natural Aphrodisiacs for Men

Nutrition, Sexual Health, Tongkat Ali

List of Natural Aphrodisiacs for Men
Did you know that certain foods may give your sex life a
boost? If you are keen to improve your performance in bed and
make your partner happy and satisfied, then read on about
these natural aphrodisiacs for men.

Since the ancient times, men have constantly pursued every
method to intensify, preserve and redeem their sexual ability,
or to motivate the sexual desire of their partners. And one of
the most common and persistent means has been the consumption
of aphrodisiacs. In fact, various cultures and civilizations
all over the world have been taking advantage of the benefits
of aphrodisiacs for thousands of years. Certain herbs and
natural foods are major sources of aphrodisiacs. But, what are
aphrodisiacs?

According to the Oxford English Dictionary, [1] an aphrodisiac
is “a drug or preparation stimulating venereal desire”;
venereal desire means a strong desire for sexual stimulation.
Therefore, aphrodisiacs are agents that arouses one’s sexual
desire. In addition, apart from heightening one’s sexual
desire, aphrodisiacs are also believed to treat sexual
dysfunction, which is due to etiological factors and old age.
Sexual dysfunction is an inability to achieve a normal sexual
intercourse including:

Premature ejaculation
Retrograded, retarded or inhibited ejaculation
Erectile dysfunction
Arousal difficulties (reduced libido)
Compulsive sexual behavior
Orgasmic disorder
Failure of detumescence
Aphrodisiacs are classified into two types; these are
according to their mode of action:

The first type of aphrodisiac acts to surge the libido (i.e.
sexual desire).
The second type acts to improve the ability to indulge in
sexual activity (i.e. increasing potency).
So, this article contains an extensive list of natural
aphrodisiacs that may be of great help in your quest for a
satisfying sex life. Include the following aphrodisiacs to
your daily diet, and you may eventually reap the sexy
benefits.

aphrodisiac
1. Maca
maca

Maca is a plant that thrives high in the Andes in Peru and is
cultivated as a vegetable produce by the local inhabitants
3,000 years ago. During this time, the shepherds of the Andes
fed maca roots to their livestock and noticed improvements in
overall health and fertility.

This led to the idea that maca root may also help enhance
health and sexual functions in humans. [2] Thus, it became a
traditional medicine for anemia, osteoporosis, tuberculosis,
as an energy booster, immune system booster, memory enhancer
and treatment for erectile dysfunction in men and women. Not
too long ago, maca root became a common ingredient in male
supplements available on the market.

Several studies were conducted, and experts aren’t sure how
maca works as a sex enhancer because it has no role in
increasing androgenic activities. Nevertheless, results showed
that maca root is effective in increasing libido and sexual
performance. [3]
In Italy, researchers conducted a study in 50 men with mild
erectile dysfunction. Both groups who took the placebo and
maca supplement showed improvements after 12 weeks, but those
who took maca showed more significant improvements. In a
hospital in Boston, medical experts gave maca treatments to 20
people suffering from erectile dysfunction due to taking SSRIs
or antidepressants. Ten of them took a placebo or the lower
dose of maca while the other half took a higher dose. Those
who took a higher dose showed far better improvements in their
sexual function.

How To Use It: You can roast the maca root, prepare it as soup
or make a fermented drink called the maca chicha. However, the
most common way of consuming maca is gelatinized maca powder
capsules.

Where To Find It: You can buy high-quality maca from our
store.

2. Tongkat Ali

Tongkat Ali has an age-old reputation as an aphrodisiac.
Tongkat Ali is a tree native to Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand,
Vietnam, and Laos. The root is used as a traditional cure for
fever, fatigue, high blood pressure, malaria, and sexual
dysfunctions.

Because of its potential, Tongkat Ali is later on subjected to
scientific studies to prove its effectiveness. After years of
research, Dr. Joahri Saad identified a substance called
glycoproteins proven to increase androgenic activities or
testosterone production. Dr. Saad also came up with a
patented method of extracting the sex enhancing compounds,
which was used in both animals and humans.

In the studies headed by Dr. Saad, animals given the Tongkat
Ali extract had a significant increase in testosterone which
led to increased sexual activity three to four times than
usual. His team also conducted the study in male humans, and
it showed a four times increase in testosterone production.

How To Use It: Traditionally, the tongkat ali root is boiled
to make tongkat ali tea. However, the most effective way to
get the benefits from this powerful plant is by taking tongkat
ali extract capsules.

Where To Find It: You can get the highest quality tongkat ali
from our store.

3. Panax Ginseng
panax-ginseng

You might probably have heard about Panax ginseng over and
over again in the list of natural aphrodisiacs, and that is
because ginseng is really a potent natural sex enhancer. Panax
ginseng is the fleshy root of a perennial plant usually found
in places with cooler climates such as countries in Eastern
Asia particularly Bhutan, China, and South Korea. Panax
ginseng is also known as the Chinese or Korean ginseng.

Ginseng contains steroid-like compounds that stimulate libido
and improve stamina. A study published in the International
Journal of Impotence Research showed more than 60 percent
improvement of men with erectile dysfunction compared to the
placebo group with only 30 percent. A study conducted by the
University of Guelph researchers revealed that it could treat
erectile dysfunction too. [4]
How To Use It: You can either chew the root or steep in water
to make tea. The most effective way to get results from Korean
ginseng is, however, taking a supplement.

Where To Find It: Panax ginseng can be bought in most drug
stores, health shops, and online stores. If you want to make
sure you are getting the highest quality Korean ginseng from
our store (high ginsenoside content).

4. Ashwagandha
ashwagandha

Ashwagandha is a shrub that belongs to the same family as the
tomatoes. It also bears tomato-like fruits in terms of
appearance that red-orange in color but much smaller in size.
The plant originated in India and considered to be one of the
most potent herbs in Ayurveda.

Ashwagandha has anti-cancer and anti-ulcer properties. It was
used as a traditional medicine for constipation, stomach
ulcers, and stomach pain. As an aphrodisiac, the herb boosts
libido, relieves stress and depression, improves mood and
restores energy.

Studies show that Ashwagandha stimulates the production of
DHEA [5] or dehydroepiandrosterone, a hormone converted by the
body into testosterone and estrogen.

In one animal study, supplementation of Ashwagandha led to the
deterioration of sexual functions mainly due to suppressed
mood and sedating effects after the animal subjects were given
high doses of 3,000mg per kilogram of body weight. On the
other hand, studies on human proved the efficacy of
ashwagandha as an aphrodisiac after the participants were
given doses ranging from 100mg to 500mg per day, which is very
far from the dosage given to animals.

How To Use It: Ashwagandha comes in extract, capsules, loose
powder or tea. For sex enhancing purposes, it is best to take
ashwagandha extract in a dosage of 2 to 4ml twice a day.
Ashwagandha is also known to heighten the effect of other
herbs or medications, so check with your doctor first.

Where To Find It: Ashwagandha can be bought in most drug
stores, health shops, and online stores. Ashwagandha is
purchasable in bulk capsule or powder form. The good thing
about purchasing it in bulk is because it is way cheaper as
compared to buying it on a usage basis, and it lets you
consume the herb in its traditional manner. Ashwagandha
capsules are the most convenient and easiest way of taking the
herb with not actually tasting the herb itself.

5. Almond
almonds
Almonds have been well-known as a fertility symbol [6] and an
aphrodisiac. Dr. Charles F. Glassman, who has practiced
internal medicine for 25 years, remarked that almonds are
abundant sources of essential fatty acids, which are vital for
fertility, reproductive functions, hormone production
(specifically testosterone) and having a healthy libido. These
dry nuts are also identified for their enthralling scent. You
can give your lover a sensual massage using sweet almond oil
and intensify your lovemaking experience.

How To Use It: Aside from eating it raw, almonds are great for
different recipes, from baked goods to salads.

Chicken salad can be complemented by adding sliced almonds.
Or enrich a sauté of curried vegetables by adding sliced
almonds.
Where To Find It: Almond can be bought in most supermarkets
and grocery stores. Almonds that still have their shells last
longer. When buying almonds, make sure that the shells are not
moldy, stained or split. Hermetically sealed containers that
are used in storing shelled almonds can last for longer
periods as compared to those in bulk bins as they aren’t
exposed to air, humidity, and heat.

6. Arugula
arugula
Arugula, also known as rocket, belongs to the family of
cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage, kale, and Brussel
sprouts. Arugula leaves are tender with a slightly tangy
mustard-like taste. Arugula’s origin traces back to the
Mediterranean region and ever since the vegetable is believed
to be a potent aphrodisiac.

Greeks and Romans from the 1st century A.D. used arugula to
enhance libido and sexual performance. The Arabs used
arugula’s leaves and seeds as a traditional remedy for poor
sexual functions. A study [7] published showed that the
phytochemicals and nutrients in arugula help boost
testosterone levels and sperm production in mice.

How To Use It:

You can eat arugula leaves fresh.
You can also add it to your leafy greens salad or any pasta
dish. The nutrients are better absorbed when the vegetable is
slightly cooked.
Where To Find It: Arugula can be bought in most supermarkets
and grocery stores. Pick fresh, green arugula. It is important
to keep arugula dry and refrigerated. To keep arugula green
and dry, use a plastic bag with a dry paper towel in storing
it. Properly stored arugula can go last for two weeks.
Remember, do not freeze arugula.

7. Asparagus
asparagus
For thousands of years, various cultures around the world have
praised the aphrodisiac properties of asparagus. [8] The
Greeks have referred to it through love poetry while the Kama
Sutra recommends drinking it. In French history, it is said
that they eat asparagus three times a day before their wedding
for hopes of raising libido for the wedding night. Asparagus
has aspartic acid that aids in neutralizing extra ammonia
found in our bodies, which can contribute to weakness and
sexual disinterest.

How To Use It: You can cut about two inches of the asparagus
stalk or bend its spear till it naturally breaks. Making use
of the breaking method will make sure the tender spears are
used without any waste. Asparagus can be grilled, sautéed,
steamed or roasted. To trim away woody and tough stems, you
can use a vegetable peeler.

To enjoy asparagus:

Perk up your favorite salad by adding cold asparagus.
Throw some asparagus, olive oil, and pasta spices (rosemary,
thyme, and tarragon) on your freshly cooked pasta.
Also, make your plain omelet a flavorful and colorful one by
adding some chopped asparagus on it.
For a hearty, delicious meal, sauté asparagus with garlic,
shiitake mushrooms, and chicken or tofu.
Where To Find It: Asparagus can be bought in most supermarkets
and grocery stores. Opt for asparagus that has closed tips,
straight stalks and with thin spears. Do not pick asparagus
that is rough in texture, has curved stalks and has open tips.
Also, avoid large stalks for they are woody and are not as
savory.

8. Avocado
avocado
The avocado tree was named Ahuacuatl by the Aztecs, which
means “testicle tree” since a pair of avocado hanging from its
tree reminds them of testicles of men. As it turns out that
the Aztecs were sure into avocados, which are great sources of
minerals and has potent antioxidant glutathione. Avocados [9]
are also rich in carotenoids, vitamin E, fiber, vitamin B6 and
potassium. And the Vitamin E present in avocados is considered
to increase the intensity of orgasm during a sexual
engagement.

How To Use It: 1. Combine cilantro, onions, chopped avocados,
lime juice, and tomatoes, and add a dash of seasoning for a
delicious twist on the old-style guacamole. 2. Or when making
a sandwich, you can use ripe avocado as a spread instead of
mayonnaise. 3. And if you want to make a great salad, mix
sliced avocados along with fresh mint, fennel, and oranges.

Where To Find It: You can buy avocados in supermarkets, fruit
stands, and grocery stores. If you want to purchase ripe
avocados that are ready to eat, pick those that don’t have
dark spots, no cracks and are slightly soft. Go for avocados
with slim neck shape for these indicate that they are likely
to be tree-ripened.

9. Basil
basil
Basil, which is round and pointed is sometimes mistaken with
peppermint for which it’s related. It has aromatic leaves,
which are used for seasoning various dishes but is famous as
the main component in pesto, which is a combination of cheese,
pine nuts, and basil. Basil is believed to come from Asia [10]
however, its use in the European culture can be traced back
from Ancient Greece. Basil has been linked to a lot of
folklore and legends, and among them is its used for love and
sex. For decades, it has been said that basil helps in
stimulating the sex drive and boosting fertility and also
creating a total sense of well-being for both body and mind.
Basil leaves also help promote good circulation.

How To Use It: You can enjoy a dish with origins from Italy
by placing a layer of fresh basil leaves above slices of
mozzarella cheese and tomatoes to make a traditional vibrant
and sumptuous salad.

Where To Find It: You can find and buy fresh or dried basil
leaves in supermarkets and grocery stores. The herb is
available fresh and dried. Fresh basil can last longer when
refrigerated and wrapped using damp paper towels. If
possible, pick fresh basil over the dried leaves because it is
more flavorful. The leaves of fresh basil are deep green and
look vibrant, and, of course, they don’t contain dark spots or
yellowish color.

10. Celery
celery
Celery has great benefits for a man. One benefit [11] it can
give is increasing semen volume and enhancing sexual potency
through its rich amount of magnesium, zinc, potassium and
vitamin E. It also has arginine, which helps to escalate the
flow of blood to your genitals, thus making it stronger and
providing longer erection time. Dr. Alan Hirsch, who is the
author of Scentsational Sex, said that as you chew a celery
stalk, androstenol and androstenone odor molecules are
released in your mouth. After which they travel going to the
back of your throat and then into your nose. When it is there,
pheromones enhance arousal, which turns you on and making your
body produce scents and signals that make women want you more.

How To Use It: Celery stalks can be added to soups,
casseroles, stews, and salads and can also be used as a
flavoring for many other dishes. 1. Indulge in tuna or chicken
salad with chopped celery. 2. Enjoy eating celery stalks with
peanut butter. 3. Give your fresh carrot juice a unique taste
by including some celery to it.

Where To Find It: Celery can be bought in most supermarkets
and grocery stores. When choosing celery, go for crispy celery
that snaps immediately when pulled apart. The celery must be
compact and tight, and its stalks must not splay out. Fresh
celery leaves have pale to bright green color and free from
yellowish and brownish patches. When storing celery, keep it
refrigerated, and don’t keep it at room temperature for long
because the warm temperature will initiate its water content
to evaporate, thus causing the celery to wilt too fast.

11. Cinnamon
cinnamon
Cinnamon is a widely used spice; it’s used in cooking, as a
condiment and flavoring. Cinnamon also has many medicinal
properties and is a known aphrodisiac. A widely held study
concerning the aphrodisiac effects of cinnamon was conducted
by Dr. Alan R. Hirsch, [12] who is a Director, Neurologist,
and Psychiatrist at Chicago’s Smell and Taste Treatment and
Research Foundation and also an author of many books. Dr.
Hirsch is famous for his 1994 study regarding the effects of
aromas and has found out that men are more sexually aroused
(through penile blood flow) by the scent of Cinnamon Buns.

How To Use It: Here’s how to benefit from cinnamon. 1. For a
refreshing warm beverage, boil cinnamon sticks on soymilk and
honey. 2. Putting ground cinnamon into black beans that are
used in nachos or burritos gives them a unique and delightful
taste. 3. And if you want a Middle Eastern meal, you can sauté
lamb with a cinnamon stick, raisins, and eggplants.

Where To Find It: Cassia cinnamon, which is the powdered form
of the cinnamon spice used in many dishes can be bought in
many grocery stores. You can also buy cinnamon spice in stick
form. A lot of nutrition store and health food stores are
selling cinnamon capsules, which makes consumption easy.

12. Damiana
damiana
The word ‘damiana’ sounds a bit exotic, and sensual doesn’t
it? Actually, it’s a name of an ancient goddess of love and a
plant with a sensual use. Damiana is a shrub with lovely
yellow flowers native to warm, sandy or rocky places such as
Texas, Mexico, South America, Central America, and the
Caribbean.

Damiana [13] is used as a traditional bladder tonic and sex
enhancer including the Mayans and Aztecs. There are a few
studies establishing the effect of damiana, mainly its leaves,
as a sex enhancer in both men and women. It contains
flavonoids and essential oils that improve blood flow for a
better erection and increased sensitivity to the genital area.

Due to its potential as an aphrodisiac, experts conducted a
study on rats by supplementing them with Damiana extracts.
Improvements were significant on rats that weren’t sexually
active before the test; however, there was no noticeable
impact on rats that were sexually active before.

How To Use It: Damiana is available in oral supplements, but
you can also make a tea out of the leaves. It has a pleasant
taste so you won’t have to worry about gagging just to achieve
its sex-enhancing effect.

Where To Find It: You can shop for damiana in some drug
stores, health shops, and online stores. Nowadays, dried
damiana leaves are available in capsule form or tea bags. It
is also available in extract form, either alcohol-free or
alcoholic.

13. Dates
dates
Dates are exotic fruits from the date palm that grows in the
deserts. It is a fleshy fruit with a delicious sweet taste
that resonates with other sweet, sensual delights. The origin
of dates is still unknown, but others say it may have
originated from the dry lands around the Persian Gulf.

Thousands of years ago, in the Arab lands, the fruit was a
symbol of fertility and was portrayed in wall carvings and
coins. This sweet treat is rich in vitamins, minerals, and
fiber that make it a potent reliever for various health
conditions such as anemia, constipation, diarrhea, stomach
problems and sexual dysfunction.

In 2006, Bahmanpour et al. conducted a study on rats on the
effectiveness of dates and found out the fruit contains
estradiol and flavonoids that enhances sperm quality, sperm
motility and increased the weight of the testes. Dates also
contain sugar, which is converted into energy for long-lasting
sex.

How To Use It: You can eat them as is or add them to your
cereal and when baking cookies, pies, and cakes. In other
places, dates are added to stews and casseroles.

Where To Find It: You can buy fresh or dried dates in most
supermarkets and grocery stores. Fresh dates should be kept in
the refrigerator and the dried variety in a dry container.

14. Garlic
garlic
Not a popular choice, however, garlic is a strong aphrodisiac
[14] for one specific reason: due to its extremely high
allicin content. Allicin helps to improve energy, increase
blood circulation and significantly increases one’s stamina.
If all these properties become synergistic, people will feel
much better.

How To Use It: The role of garlic as a recipe ingredient is
endless. You can include it in numerous recipes. 1. To make an
easy, quick hummus dip, purée fresh garlic, tahini, canned
garbanzo beans, lemon juice, and olive oil. 2. To create
delightful garlic mashed potatoes, purée cooked potatoes,
roasted garlic, and olive oil altogether.

Where To Find It: Garlic is available in most supermarkets and
grocery stores. For maximum benefit, choose fresh garlic. Even
though garlic in flake, paste or powder form lasts longer and
more convenient, you will get less benefit from them. When
purchasing fresh garlic, always look for dry, firm, fleshy and
blemish-free garlic. Fresh garlic has a white or off-white
color. And make sure to avoid garlic that has dark and powdery
patches, moldy and broken skin.

15. Ginger
ginger
Ginger is a spice more commonly known as a root though it is
actually a rhizome of a flowery plant. It has a pungent yet
pleasant flavor and aroma that has a relaxing effect. Ginger
originally came from China but was later grown in India,
Southeast Asia, Africa, and the Carribean.

Ginger is traditionally used to ease indigestion, stomach
upset and gas pains. It also has anti-inflammatory properties
that work well for joint pains such as arthritis. Aside from
alleviating these health conditions, ginger is also known as
aphrodisiac both traditionally and scientifically.

Ginger is thought to increase lustful desires, libido,
performance and sperm quality. [15] Even in Confucius’
writings way back thousands of years ago, ginger is shown to
affect sexual relationship. For Greek and Romans, ginger
stimulates the functions of the male sex organs to improve
sexual experience.

How does ginger work as an aphrodisiac? Ingesting ginger
causes a sudden rush of warmth inside the body that makes your
heart beat faster. It contains substances that help in
detoxification, blood circulation, and cleansing. Increased
blood flow means better erection and improved penis’
sensitivity to pleasure.

Moreover, in a 2002 study at the College of Medicine at the
University of Ibadan in Nigeria, results showed that rats
given ginger-infused water droplets had raised testosterone
and testosterone cholesterol levels.

How To Use It:

The most effective way to reap its aphrodisiac effect is by
drinking ginger tea. Slice a medium-sized ginger; put it in a
saucepan with three cups of water. Bring to a boil, lower the
heat and let it simmer for 20 minutes. Remove the ginger
slices, and you can store them for the next use.
If you are not into ginger’s concentrated flavor, you can add
them to soups or stir-fries.
Where To Find It: You can buy ginger in most supermarkets,
grocery stores, and local spice stores in your area. When
picking ginger, make sure to look for ginger that is firm,
heavy, fragrant, and with smooth skin. Avoid ginger that is
not that heavy for their size and has flesh that is wrinkled.

16. Honey
honey
Honey, also known as food of the Gods, is a sugary solution
that’s made by bees. The aroma of honey varies from the flower
where the bees gathered the nectar. Each aroma is distinct;
from a full and deep chestnut honey to wild thyme scent and
lavender aroma honey. Along with the aromas, honey [16] is
greatly revered due to its effects on one’s sexual experience.
This elixir is among the best re-initiators of sexual vigor.
Alongside eggs, fruits, meat, and nuts, it can produce a few
of the best “turn-on” recipes. In ancient times, Egyptians
used honey to cure impotence and sterility. Furthermore,
Medieval seducers let their partners drink Mead, a fermented
drink prepared from honey.

How To Use It: To enjoy this natural wonder: 1. Use it as a
spread on bread, muffins, pancakes, bagels, and waffles. 2.
For a touch of sweetness, add honey to your milkshakes and
smoothies. 3. Make honey lemonade. 4. Include it in your
vinaigrette dressing.

Where To Find It: You can buy honey in most supermarkets and
grocery stores. As much as possible, go for raw and natural
honey instead of heated or filtered honey as this contains all
the aroma and potency that you will need.

17. Moringa

Malunggay with the scientific name Moringa Oleifera is a green
leafy vegetable commonly found growing in tropical countries
in such as Philippines, India, other warm Asian countries and
Africa. It has been labeled as a ‘superfood’ due to its
nutritional value and a long list of health benefits.

Malunggay is rich in vitamins, minerals, amino acids,
antioxidants and fiber that can help combat malnutrition and
alleviate many types of illnesses. Malunggay is also known to
benefit sexual health, particularly in men. [17]
You can easily plant a malunggay tree in your own yard. You
can grow malunggay by planting the seed, but a malunggay
cutting grows faster. You can add it to tropical soup dishes,
in your salad, or you can dry the leaves to make tea.

How To Use It: Collect the malunggay leaves from the stalks;
scatter it evenly on a tray and place it in an airy place.
Exposing it to direct sunlight can cause discoloration, so let
it dry out naturally. After two to three days, roast the dried
leaves in a pan for about two minutes. Pound the leaves until
in powder form.

Where To Find It: You can buy malunggay in most supermarkets
and grocery stores.

18. Nutmeg
nutmeg
Nutmeg, which has become a famous household spice, hails from
the Myristica fragrans tree that originated from the islands
of Indonesia Banda (famously known as Spice Islands). Since
its discovery, nutmeg has been a popular spice and has also
been used for treating certain illnesses. This spice has been
used for healing and has been used as an aphrodisiac. [18]
In India, nutmeg is added to particular foods for its
aphrodisiac properties. Nutmeg’s aphrodisiac properties are
also widely held in Arab countries and Malaysia, and its
equivalent, mace, is recommended by doctors in the Near East
for its aphrodisiac effect.

The aphrodisiac property of nutmeg was recently studied by
researchers at the Aligarh Muslim University in Aligarh, in
India. According to their findings, the aphrodisiac effect of
nutmeg in boosting sexual function and improving sex drive is
true, and they recommend that nutmeg can be safely and
effectively used as an herbal remedy in the treatment of
certain sexual disorders.

How To Use It:

You can add nutmeg to savory dishes, including cheese dishes,
curry dishes, porridge, pumpkin soup, ravioli, cannelloni,
stews, haggis, and sausages.
Once more, nutmeg is perfect with certain types of sweet
dishes such as custard, puddings, cakes, and vanilla pastries.
Also, you can have nutmeg as a drink topper. You can sprinkle
some nutmeg on milkshakes and smoothies.
Where To Find It: You can find and buy nutmeg in supermarkets
and grocery stores.

19. Oysters
oysters
These delicious and appetizing mollusks are an old school
aphrodisiac. [19] In fact, oysters were considered to be an
aphrodisiac since the second century A.D. by the Romans.
According to Jessica Baye, who is a clinical nutrition manager
and registered dietician at MCG Health in Augusta, Georgia
that oysters contain a great amount of zinc which increases
production of sperm and testosterone, as a result, increases
libido.

And last March 2015, a group of American and Italian
researchers studied bivalve mollusks – which is a shellfish
group that also includes oysters – and found out that these
mollusks contain a rare amino acid that activates increased
sex hormone levels. They also learned of N-methyl-D-aspartate
(NMDA) and D-aspartic acid (D-Asp), which they used to inject
in rats. These amino acids work well with certain chemicals in
the bodies of rats to generate testosterone among male rats
and progesterone in female rats, which in turn increases
libido.

How To Use It: There are various ways to enjoy oysters, you
can stew, nude, bake, broil or fry them. Additionally, oysters
are a favorite ingredient in soups, gumbos, gumbos, and stews.
For easy, instant recipes: 1. Grill the oysters – on the half
shell, place garlic, butter, parsley, and paprika. 2. Top the
oysters with a Thai chili and ginger cocktail sauce.

Where To Find It: You can find and buy oysters in
supermarkets. If possible, buy fresh oysters from cold waters.
Do not buy or consume any oysters that are open as this means
they are dead and are totally unsafe for consumption. However,
at times, a live oyster does open slightly. So, try to tap it
slightly, and if it shut, it’s still alive. If not, then
better throw it.

20. Pumpkin Seeds
pumpkin-seeds
For the jack-o-lantern makers out there, don’t throw the
pumpkin seeds away. According to health experts, pumpkin seeds
can rev up your performance in the bedroom. It is an excellent
source of zinc that aids in testosterone production. Moreover,
Dr. Oz said the seeds are rich in magnesium, a mineral that
helps testosterone get into the bloodstream.

They also contain unsaturated fats that are good for the heart
and blood flow which will, in turn, help you get a solid,
long-lasting erection. [20]
How To Use It: Pumpkin seeds make a perfect healthy snack for
you and your partner. To prepare, first, clean the seeds by
washing them in a strainer. Let them dry thoroughly then
spread them on a baking sheet. Drizzle with olive oil, season
with salt and pepper then bake it in the oven.

Where To Find It: You can buy pumpkin seeds at any
supermarkets or grocery stores.

21. Tomato
tomato
Tomato is a fruit that comes from the family Lycopersicon
esculentum. This popular and zesty fruit comes in many
varieties and also comes in different color, size, and shapes.
Good examples of its many varieties are cherry tomatoes,
Italian pear-shaped tomatoes, yellow tomatoes, and green
tomatoes, which are popular in its fried preparation in many
South American delicacies. Since the ancient times, tomatoes
are believed to be aphrodisiac as they have the ability to
boost sexual desire and performance. They can calm pre-sex
nerves and improve muscle control, a perfect asset in
lovemaking. Tomatoes are also rich in vitamin C, which is good
for sex hormones.

How To Use It: 1. Tomatoes can be added to bean and veggie
soups. 2. Or mix tomatoes with chopped chili peppers and
onions for a quick salsa dip. 3. And, make a classic Italian
salad using sliced tomatoes, onions along with mozzarella
cheese then drizzle with olive oil.

Where To Find It: You can buy tomatoes almost in any
supermarkets or grocery stores. When purchasing tomatoes, make
sure you choose those that are rich in color. Deep red
tomatoes are great, but you can also pick tomatoes with
colorful orange, yellow or purple colors. Tomatoes in various
colors have many nutritional benefits. Tomatoes must have
smooth skin without bruises, cracks, soft spots or wrinkles.
They must also not have bulging appearances.

22. Watermelon
watermelon
Lately, watermelon has been known as the Viagra of the food
realm. The sexual pleasure obtained from consuming watermelon
is because of phytonutrients are known as citrulline.
According to ScienceDaily, the flesh and rind of watermelon
are rich in amino acid citrulline, which helps to relax the
blood vessels and to improve blood circulation in the genitals
(similar effects when taking Viagra). [21] Also, they reported
that it might also increase libido. Although the effects of
watermelon may not be as organ-specific as Viagra; however,
consuming it is an effective way to relax the blood vessels
without causing drug side effects.

How To Use It: 1. You can make a puree out of combining
cantaloupe, kiwi, and watermelon together. Add a bit of plain
yogurt and serve as a cold soup. 2. Watermelon combined with
sliced red onion and seasoned with salt and pepper can make a
great salad. Watermelon is a great addition to any fruit
salad. And fruit salads can be made a few days ahead of time
since cut fruits can keep its nutrient for a minimum of six
days if chilled.

Where To Find It: You can buy watermelon in supermarkets,
fruit stands, and grocery stores. When buying a pre-cut
watermelon that is sliced into halves or quarters, make sure
to pick watermelon flesh that has no white streaks and is deep
in color. If it’s a seeded watermelon, it’s important that the
seed must also be white or deep in color. If you buy a whole
watermelon, make sure it’s heavy for its size and symmetrical
in shape. The stems of the watermelon should be dry, and its
undersides should be yellowish. Avoid watermelons that have

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How These Supplements Could Aid Diabetes

How These Supplements Can Aid Diabetes
In the United States, Diabetes is the 7th leading cause of
death. [1] It is a chronic illness that is associated with
abnormally high levels of glucose in the blood. It is caused
by either a high consumption of glucose-rich foods or the
insufficient production of insulin in the body. Due to the
high amounts of glucose in the body, the liver fails to
convert the excess glucose in the body from sugar to energy.
[2]
According to the statistics provided by Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention, there are more than 30 million adults
in the United States suffer from diabetes, and more than one-
quarter people are unaware of the fact that they are suffering
from it. Furthermore, 86 million adults in the U.S. suffer
from prediabetes that increases the risk of developing type 2
diabetes.

There are two types of diabetes – type 1 and type 2. Type 1
diabetes occurs when the beta-cells of the pancreas are
destroyed, thus causing the lack of insulin in the body.
Usually, this type of diabetes occurs at a very young age. [3]
Type-2 diabetes, on the other hand, is the most common form
of this ailment, which can be developed at any age, even in
childhood. In a 2010 study, Type 2 diabetes can cause several
complications such as kidney failures, amputation, and loss of
vision. Due to the complications caused by diabetes, the life
expectancy of the person is drastically reduced from the time
of diagnosis. [4]
The current recommended treatment for diabetes focuses on
lifestyle interventions such as reduction of sugar in the diet
and exercise. Doctors may recommend supplements for
encouraging blood sugar maintenance in diabetic patients.

herbal supplements and diabetes
Here are some facts that will give you a better understanding
of diabetes and what measures should be taken to prevent this
problem. [5]
Facts That You Need To Know About Diabetes
Only about 5 percent of people are diagnosed with Type-1
diabetes.
Type-2 diabetes can cause multiple complications if not
treated immediately. Some complications include blindness,
kidney failure, and amputation.
Dietary change is the primary treatment method recommended by
Internal Medicine Doctors.
People with diabetes are more likely to develop heart
diseases.
Those who suffer from diabetes caused by obesity may try
Bariatric Surgery to reduce the effects and symptoms of
diabetes.
herbal supplements and diabetes
Diabetes can also be controlled by the use of natural
supplements that aid the body in controlling blood sugar.

Benefits Of Using Supplements For Diabetes
This has been an age-old debate, whether herbal supplements
control your diabetes or not? Herbal supplements were used by
many practitioners in South East Asia for the lowering the
blood sugar and curing diabetes.

Supplements like Tongkat Ali and Red Korean Ginseng have the
capabilities of lowering the blood sugar to normal levels and
boosting the insulin sensitivity.
For the diabetics who have less severe symptoms, this
supplement may enhance the mood and keep the person motivated.
Maca supplement comes with dietary fiber that decreases blood
sugar while increasing the level of antioxidants in the body.
Herbal supplements give a person a try on healing without
breaking the bank. It is often cheaper and comes in small
packaging.
Herbal supplements have fewer side effects compared to
drugstore medicine.
Controlling Diabetes Using Natural Supplements
Medications and lifestyle changes like healthy diets are
considered to be the main approach, for diabetes management,
but some supplements come with the potential benefits.

herbal supplements and diabetes
There are herbal supplements that come with the anti-diabetic
properties and are known to improve the blood lipids, insulin
sensitivity along with lowering the sugar level in blood.

Read here which supplements can be used to maintain normal
blood sugar levels in diabetic patients.

Tongkat Ali
Tongkat Ali is a herb that is found in South East Asia and is
known to have hundreds of healing properties. This herb has
long been used for its energy boosting benefits, aphrodisiac
capabilities, and its effects on the management of diabetes.

How Tongkat Ali Works For Diabetes?
A team of researchers at the year of 2013 conducted a
systematic review of Tongkat Ali. In their review, they
validated the claims that Tongkat Ali reduces the blood sugar
levels in the body. In addition to decreasing the blood sugar
level, it increases both physical and mental performance. [6]
In the same study, Tongkat Ali was proven to decrease the
production of cortisol, a hormone is also known as the “stress
hormone.” It is also known for improving testosterone rates in
men and improving libido. [7]
How Can It Be Used?
Tongkat Ali can be taken as a complement to the traditional
treatments. Once it starts to decrease the sugar level, then
you may decrease the use of other medications. It is taken
daily or weekly as a supplement.

Maca
Maca is a Peruvian root which is associated with energy
enhancement and is now believed that it may be used in the
management of diabetes and other complications related to it.

How Maca Works For Diabetes?
Maca consists of certain compounds that help in controlling
type-2 diabetes.

This herbal supplement helps the cells to become more
sensitive to the effects of insulin in order to control the
glucose in the blood.

It is also rich in antioxidants and helps the person with
diabetes to fight the inflammation caused by the increase in
blood sugar levels.

How Can It Be Used?
Maca can be consumed with the combination of healthy diet,
conservative medicines, and regular exercise.

It is considered safe for diabetics and may also help to lower
the doses of current diabetes medications.

Korean Ginseng
Throughout history, Korean Ginseng is known as one of the best
medicinal herbs. It has also been used for centuries in
Chinese medicine to treat diabetes. It is known for
maintaining the body’s homeostasis, a state in which the body
is in complete balance. According to research, it can improve
the brain’s functions, enhance the body’s immune system,
create pain-relieving effects on the body, reduce fatigue, and
treat diabetes. [8]
How Korean Ginseng Works For Diabetes?
According to a study, the red herb acts as an aid for diabetes
patients by normalizing the blood sugar levels in the body.
[9] The researchers claimed that it takes twelve weeks before
the body can experience the full effects of Korean Ginseng.
After the twelve-week period, the body’s glycemic condition is
maintained. Both the amounts of glucose and insulin are in
balance within the body.

There are eleven components in Ginseng, and its two species
are known to control the complications of diabetes.

They also control the level of glucose for the patients who
have type-2 diabetes.

How Can It Be Used?
The recommended daily dosage for effective treatment of
diabetes is 100 mg to 200 mg daily.

Ashwagandha
Ashwagandha is known as one of the Ayurveda’s most acclaimed
adaptogens. Also known as Withania Somnifera, Indian Ginseng,
and Winter Cherry, this herb has the ability to fight
arthritis, asthma, hypertension, cancer, and diabetes. It has
been used as a traditional medicine for almost 3000 years.

How does Ashwagandha Work For Diabetes?
herbal supplements and diabetes
Ashwagandha for diabetes has been a common treatment for many
years. [10] It has steroidal lactone, Withaferin-A, which is
responsible for the anti-diabetic activity. It does not have
any hypoglycemic (low blood sugar effects), but a study has
observed that it can treat hyperglycemia (high blood sugar)
throughout the whole body, albeit the side effects on the
sexual glands. [11]
According to a 2011 review by the Asian Journal of
Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research this herb is known to
alter the urine and blood glucose levels, liver enzymes, and
glycated hemoglobin in diabetic rats. [12]
Another 2013 study revealed that Withania Somnifera had been
found to decrease the blood glucose levels as compared to an
oral hypoglycemic. [13]
How Can It Be Used?
Ashwagandha can be dosed within the range of 50 mg-6,000 mg.
However, the most common dose ranges from 500mg-1000mg.
Depending on the extract strength, the common dose consists of
5mg-25mg withanolide content.

If you are new to using this herbal remedy, you should start
with the Ashwagandha containing 5% of Withanolides in 500mg-
1000mg range.

Though Ashwagandha is considered as a supplement for many
people, you should try to avoid it if you are pregnant or
breastfeeding.

Final Word
Before you start taking supplements for diabetes control, have
an open communication with your doctor regarding its effects
according to your medical conditions. Certain supplements and
drugs tend to have allergic effects on some people due to the
chemicals and compounds present in the product. Diabetes may
be treated with lifestyle changes, exercise, and maintaining a
healthy glucose and insulin level. Supplements can only be
effective if they are accompanied by the said treatments.

 

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