You don't need a little blue pill or even the expense of a fancy, popular bed , when there are plenty of all-natural, home cures for a decreased libido. Good news: there are home cures for a low libido. At the very least they're worth trying before going the drug route.
Perhaps the single most difficult concern that doctors assist patients with in sex therapy is a lack of libido – it occurs both in men and women and isn't always age-related. It's also not always easily fixed by a pharmaceutical solution.
So, here are my top 4 natural remedies to help improve libido:
Home Cure #1. Wild Yams
Wild yam is a hearty perennial found all over the country. The plant contains disogenin, an element that converts to progesterone and can help boost libido.
Home Cure #2. Dehydro-epiandro-sterone (DHEA)
DHEA is a natural hormone that's produced in the adrenal glands (in females, it's also produced in the ovaries).
DHEA helps the autoimmune system, bones, skin, muscles and of course – the libido. It's produced by plant sterole (using the wild yam) and can be purchased as a food supplement in the home cures section of most health food stores.
Home Cure #3. Epimedium Grandiflorum
Commonly known as Bishop's Hat, this hearty plant has high dopamine levels, which is turn result in higher levels of testosterone. And we all know where that leads. :-)
Home Cure #4. Motherwort
Motherwort was traditionally used to cure nervousness or weakness. Today, it's used as one of many home cures to treat a variety of female reproductive disorders, including a low libido. (Caution: motherwort should not be taken during pregnancy).
So, skip the pharmacy when you have a low libido problem and try some natural remedies first. "Viagra has been used by over 27 million American males since its introduction on the market, though not without reports of serious side effects. In 2000, controversy peaked over Viagra death reports indicating that this drug may cause fatal side effects in otherwise healthy young men. A study published in March 2000 found that of the 1,473 adverse drug events reported the FDA within two years, 564 Viagra deaths were reported. Most of these Viagra deaths were caused by cardiovascular complications. These Viagra deaths were found in cases of typical, rather than exceptional, Viagra use."