Several research studies have already concluded that various supplements can indeed improve libido and sexual functions, both in animals and in humans.
The latest study was done on women. More specifically 29 postmenopausal women aged 45–65.
In this study, the 29 women were administered an herbal supplement that contained Fenugreek, Damiana, Ginkgo Biloba, Tribulus Terristris, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B6 and selenium.
The supplement was administered twice daily for two months.
The women then had their sexual desire and function measured on a questionnaire-based index on a scale of 0-36.
What was the results of the study?
After two months, the mean score increased from 20.15 to 25.03, a 24% increase.
And the largest improvement was seen on the sexual desire component.
Also, a significant increase in testosterone level was observed: 0.41 vs. 0.50, a 22% increase.
Although this test was done on females, it is fair to assume the results would be similar for men as well. Research has previously confirmed that several of the same ingredients have improved male sexual functions.
The takeaway: Herbal and non-herbal supplements can be an effective booster of sexual functions.
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