"THE ONLY MEDICALLY SOUND, COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO IMPROVING YOUR SEX LIFE WITH DRUGS AND NUTRIENTS. ANYBODY WHO HAS SEX, OR HOPES TO, SHOULD OWN A COPY."
Ward Dean, M.D., Gerontologist, life extension researcher, and co-author of Smart Drugs & Nutrients and Smart Drugs II: The Next Generation
Better Sex Through Chemistry gives detailed information on the new "prosexual" drugs and nutrients. Included are substances that can enhance: sex drive, firmness and duration of erection, vaginal lubrication, skin sensitivity, intensity of orgasm, frequency of orgasm, enjoyment of sex, stamina, length of sex, and even intimacy and emotional connection.
Better Sex Through Chemistry also offers effective treatments for sexual difficulties such as premature ejaculation, loss of interest, impotence, and difficulty achieving orgasm.
Making use of the prosexual drugs and nutrients can also improve overall health. Many of these substances have a wide range of health benefits and have been shown in scientific studies to: enhance immune function, slow aging, alleviate depression, assist fat loss, improve memory and cognition, and more. The prosexual drugs and nutrients selected for extensive coverage in this book all feature a high level of safety.
Better Sex Through Chemistry explains how each drug or nutrient works, how it can be obtained, and how to use it - including, complete information on dosage, precautions, and other safety issues.
This book does not propose a method of hyping up sex drive with drugs at the expense of some other aspect of health. Rather, it proposes ways to improve overall health and, in the process, enjoy positive sexual effects.
John Morgenthaler is the co-author with Ward Dean, M.D. of the international bestseller Smart Drugs & Nutrients. He also wrote (with Ward Dean, M.D. and Steven Wm. Fokes) Smart Drugs II: The Next Generation and edited Stop the FDA: Save Your Health Freedom. He has appeared on the Today Show, Larry King Live, 20/20, Phil Donahue, and many others.
Dan Joy is a San Francisco bay Area writer, editor, and journalist specializing in health, sexuality and pharmacology.