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5 Remedies From Ayurveda to Increase Libido

Ayurveda By Meenakshi Chaudhary , Onlymyhealth editorial team / May 02, 2015
5 Remedies From Ayurveda to Increase Libido

A happy sexual life is as important for a successful relationship as anything else. Poor sex drive can impact your relationship. However, Ayurveda can help you improve libido as well the ability to perform.

Loss of libido or poor sex drive can be a devastating situation for both men and women. When either of the partners in a relationship starts experiencing lack of sex drive or has always had a poor libido, it may soon start affecting the relationship. There are cases when such problems had even ruined long and strong relationships. While no one would want to have poor libido, it can happen because of certain certain reasons.

 

Ayurveda to increase libido



The reasons usually include organic as well as psychological. While it is always recommended to consult your doctor when you are experiencing problems in your sex life, there are lot of things you can do by yourself to improve the situation. Ayurveda, the ancient system of medicine offers amazing remedies for poor libido. Here are the five most effective ayurvedic solutions to improve your sex drive.

 

Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha, also known as Indian ginseng, is a popular adaptogenic herb in Ayurveda that has been used to cure impotence, premature ejaculation, infertility, etc for centuries. It nourishes nerves and improves their functioning to help the body adapt to stress.

Stress is one of the most common causes of loss of libido. Ashwagandha has the ability to restore lost sexual drive, and strengthen  reproductive and respiratory system. Once the herb reduces the effect of stress and fatigue, it becomes easier for a person to get involved in sexual relationship with their partner. Ashwagandha is usually taken with ginger, warm milk, meals, honey or hot water, as it is easier to digest that way.

 

Shatavari

Shatavari, or Asparagus racemosus, is known to be very effective in enhancing female fertility by nourishing the ovum and other female reproductive organs. It restores hormonal balance, promotes blood formation and circulation, increases chances of conception and reduces risk of miscarriage. Shatavari can also increase libido in both men and women and cure impotence, spermatorrhea and inflammation of the sexual organs.

 

 Shilajit to increase libido

 

Shilajit

Shilajit is considered as a devine nectar in Ayurveda for its ability to enhance and prolong youth and sexual functioning. It works as an aphrodisiac, improviding both quality and count of male sperm. It regulates and maintains balance among sex hormones, supporting proper functioning. It wouldn’t be wrong to call it an ayurvedic version of Viagra as it enhances libido and boosts the ability to perform.

 

Garlic to increase libido

 

Garlic

Garlic has been widely used in Ayurveda for its immense curative properties. It is also used to enhance libido in both men and women. It is believed to improve functioning of sexual organs post damage by injury or disease.

 

Salab mishri

It is a terrestrial plant that can increase sexual stamina and the overall performance of the body. It promotes blood circulation to the penis and testes and also improves quality of sperms.

 

 

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