Natural aphrodisiacs are becoming more popular and I am starting to find more studies looking into their potential. A review article entitled, "Efficacy of Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia) on erectile function improvement: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials," concludes, "Based on current evidence, the herbal extract of Tongkat Ali may have clinical effect on erectile function." I first started testing this aphrodisiac herb on myself and I found it to be quite effective. Over time I have had feedback from hundreds of patients and users who have written to me with their personal experiences. There is no doubt that it does work to improve erectile function and libido (in women, too), but it has side effects when used in high doses. There are many herbal aphrodisiacs and each work in a different way to provide sexual enhancing benefits for men and women. Some of these are avena sativa, catuaba, horny goat weed, muira puama, mucuna pruriens, rhodiola, tribulus terrestris, yohimbe, and others. Although the individual aphrodisiac herbs work, I find that a good combination or several of them in lower dosages works even better with fewer adverse reactions. Passion Rx with Yohimbe is one such good combination that has been revised and improved in the past few weeks and we are getting great feedback from users of this latest batch. Another option is to each day take one pill of a different herb. The Natural Sex Boosters package offers just that. It includes 7 different bottles and a free book. Each day, in the morning before breakfast, you would take one pill from one of the bottles. The next day you would take a pill from another bottle, and so on until you have taken a pill from each bottle at the end of seven days. Most people report great results, and this is at a fraction of the cost of pharmaceutical erectile dysfunction drugs such as Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra.
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