Boost your libido this Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is upon us, and whether you’re coupled up, “Tindering” within an inch of your life, casually courting or going solo, boosting your libido in time for 14 February isn’t going to hurt. So, either stock up on these boosters, or offer some up to the object of your affections in anticipation of the big V Day and get ready to up the ante.
1. MINDFUL BITES CRUNCHY BITES ALMOND & MACA
Hero ingredient: Maca Lepidium meyenii – which grows exclusively between 4,000-4,500m in the central Andes – has been dubbed “Peruvian Viagra”, and is one of the only foods scientifically proven to boost libido*. Studies conducted on humans have demonstrated maca’s potent ability to enhance sexual desire in females, and produce firmer, longer-lasting erections in men.
2. TERRANOVA GINKGO LEAF
Hero ingredient: Ginkgo Biloba A traditional Chinese remedy that’s been used for thousands of years as a treatment for both depression and a low sex drive. Studies show Ginkgo is more effective in boosting the libido of females rather than males.
3. JUST NATURAL FENUGREEK SEED
Hero ingredient: Fenugreek Containing compounds that make up the building blocks of both male and female sex hormones – testosterone and oestrogen respectively –it’s commonly used
in Ayurvedic traditions to boost libido. Fenugreek works in different ways for either sex, improving reported desire levels in women, while directly aiding erectile function in men and potentially boosting sex drive by up to a quarter*.
4. MOTION NUTRITION POWER UP – ULTIMATE BRAIN FUEL
Hero ingredient: Korean Panax Ginseng Extract From a holistic point of view, Power Up could work for people with low libido, especially if the issue is related to low energy, adrenal fatigue and stress. Power Up provides essential vitamins and minerals necessary for normal energy-yielding metabolism (which our body often depletes because of stress), as well as very powerful amino-acids that stimulate the adrenal system. Generally, it’s a great supplement for more energy and drive. Ginseng has proven particularly useful in improving the libido
of women going through menopause.