Ugly Root SUPERCHARGES Your Libido (COUPLES ONLY)
“I’m not in the mood.”
Women have a reputation for saying those five words.
But whether men admit it or not… we’ve all gone through times when we just don’t feel like it either.
If that’s you, I’ve got great news for you today.
Because there’s a proven way to get you – and your partner– back in the mood.
And it’s all thanks to an ugly root.
There can be all kinds of reasons your sex drive isn’t what it used to be.
They can range from lifestyle factors like stress and relationship issues, to health concerns like high blood pressure and heart failure.
It’s always a good idea to rule out the more serious potential reasons, but if you’ve already done that… and you’re looking for a little bedroom boost… I’ve got just the thing.
It’s a powder made from ugly-looking roots of a Peruvian plant called maca.
Numerous studies over the years have shown maca’s libido-boosting powers.
In one study, men received 3 grams of maca supplement or a placebo for every day for 12 weeks.
After just eight weeks, they reported heightened sexual desire.
Another study looked at the impact of maca on a group notorious for lacking desire: men with depression taking SSRIs.
But against all the odds, when the men taking SSRIs also took maca, they experienced significantly increased libido.
Even better? Another study showed the same results in women taking antidepressants.
And while maca’s impact on libido is definitely the most well-studied, there have also been reports of it helping with erectile dysfunction as well.
Most of these results were seen with 3 grams of maca.
You can take it in supplement form, but I like it as a powder.
The best way to enjoy maca powder is to blend it into a smoothie – especially a chocolate one.
And since dark chocolate has its own aphrodisiac properties, you could be giving your body a double boost… so you’ll be ready for double the trouble.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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