Aphrodisiac - Libido For Her Homeopathic Spray.
Libido For Her spray Aphrodisiac -
Has sex become a chore?
Is it harder to "get in the mood?" Do you sometimes feel that you could care less if you ever have sex again? A woman's sex drive can fluctuate - even seem to disappear altogether - for a variety of reasons, including:
- Side effects from medication
- Stress & Fatigue
- Hormone Replacement Therapy
- Lack of exercise
- Weight gain
But you don't have to kiss a healthy libido goodbye. You CAN help re-invigorate the romance in your life with Libido for Her™ Homeopathic Spray. Just spray it under your tongue up to 3 times a day to help promote sexual vitality.
Remember when you felt sexy, vibrant and alive?
Libido for Her™ is a safe, all-natural herbal solution that can help you get your sexuality back on track - and you won't have to trade one set of side effects for another.
Libido for Her™ is NOT a hormone therapy, and has no negative side effects. Its natural, homeopathic ingredients help ease some of the symptoms associated with the loss of sexual desire - and help your body respond again, the way nature intended!
And it's easy to use - a liquid oral spray, Libido for Her™ is designed to be absorbed into the blood vessels under the tongue, bypassing the digestive tract, which may slow the absorption of orally administered products.
In homeopathy, sublingual application is designed to speed delivery of active ingredients to your system.
Individually, these ingredients have been used by homeopathic practitioners for decades to combat symptoms of low libido in women, and we've put together seven of the finest all-natural ingredients in our unique formula to help relieve multiple symptoms, such as:
- Reduced sexual desire
- Uncomfortable or even painful sex
- Menstrual discomfort and cramping
- Mood swings
- Hot flashes
These and other physical symptoms can greatly diminish your sex drive, but Libido for Her™ Homeopathic Spray can help by attacking these symptoms - so you can begin to "feel yourself" again.
Plant-based, Natural Relief
Want to know what makes Libido for Her™ different? Here are a few of our herbal ingredients and how they can help:
Agnus castus (Chaste Berry): The berries of this purple beauty have been used in homeopathic medicine to help alleviate reproductive disorders in men and women.
Onosmodium virginianum (False Gromwell or Wild Jacob's Tears): This perennial herb is of the Borage family, and can be found growing wild in the Southeastern and Mid-Atlantic region in the U.S. In homeopathy it is used to relieve uterine cramps and the feeling of heaviness and aching pressure in lower abdomen - helps increase libido.
Ignatia Amara (St. Ignatius' Bean): Change of life issues? Feeling anxious, nervous or highly stressed? This plant has long been used in homeopathy to help calm mood swings and anxiety during menopause, but is also useful for the hot flashes, headache and other discomforts during mensus See our Ingredients Page for a complete listing of ingredients and their actions.
Put Passion Back in Your Life!
Encourage your inner sex goddess...she might be sleeping, but you can wake her up again! Don't let a low libido get in the way of a healthy relationship with your partner.
Try Libido for Her in conjunction with a healthy lifestyle, including good eating habits and getting enough rest and regular exercise. You can experience renewed vigor and feel great...
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May 29, 2017. Aphrodisiac - Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aphrodisiac) Do aphrodisiacs really work? Sample these aphrodisiac foods with your sweetie and see if the science holds true.
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May 24, 2017. Aphrodisiac | Define Aphrodisiac at Dictionary.com (http://www.dictionary.com/browse/aphrodisiac) An aphrodisiac is a substance that increases libido when consumed. Aphrodisiacs are distinct from substances that address fertility issues or secondary sexual (dys...
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May 22, 2017. 8 Natural 'Aphrodisiac Foods' And Their Effects On Sex... (http://www.medicaldaily.com/8-natural-aphrodisiac-f oods-and-their-effects-sex-drive-do-they-actually-w ork-347046) Fenugreek: This popular aphrodisiac for women was first used by the Romans, Egyptians, and Greeks. It helps in the synthesis of various sex hormones that are...
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