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Boost Your Libido
Without relinquishing all the support you get from mood enhancement
Everyone is entitled to their own feelings, but what if you don’t have them, specifically with regard to sexual desire?
A new study has found that it is possible to quickly and safely elevate your libido, even if you are a woman, and have suffered antisexual effects associated with strategies chosen to balance your moods.1
Where the research was done
The study, conducted at the venerable Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, has found favor in the use of the well-thought of Peruvian herb known as maca (Lepidium meyenii), the root of which has been discovered to offer fertility-enhancement, and other prosexual support.
While the mechanism has not clearly been identified, it is suspected that the active ingredients in maca offer receptivity support, by enhancing the structure and function of hormonal receptors. Two maca regimens were compared over a 4 week period: one providing 1,500 mg/day and the other 3,000 mg/day. There were 17 women and 3 men in the study; 16 of whom (14 women and 2 men) were evaluated. Subjects taking the 3,000 mg/day dose of maca had a significant improvement in libido, reflecting increased sexual satisfaction. However, subjects using the 1,500 mg/day dose of maca showed no benefit; maca’s effects were dose-related.
As far as we know, this is the first study to show clear libido benefits for women. Given that maca has been used as a food for a long time in Peru, and owing to studies showing its safety, perhaps MacaLift—employing the same material used in the Dording et al. study—represents a new opening for sexual enlightenment and an inexpensive support supplement that can raise your veil today!
- C.M. Dording, L. Fisher, G. Papakostas, A. Farabaugh, S. Sonawalla, M. Fava, D. Mischoulon,CNS Neurosci Ther. 14, 182 (2008).
Suggested Use: 2 capsules taken 2 times daily, preferably with breakfast and dinner. This provides a total of 3,000 mg of maca daily. Because maca’s effects may be related to serving size, the recommended amount for optimal effect is 3,000 mg/day.