Let’s see what the studies show because you may have heard that a supplement or two will work and bring your sex life back to normal.
By Jeanie Lerche Davis
Reviewed By David Kiefer, MD
These days problems with sex life are very common, and if that’s the case then there are many products out there and maybe heard of ginseng, ginkgo, and other supplements.
So do these supplements do give good results? What are they exactly and are they effective? Do they give you side effects? Are they worth spending money on? Is there a better solution like a romantic dinner?
Getting Natural Sex Boosting Supplement Advice
We turned to Hilda Hutcherson, who is a clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Columbia Medical Center. Also, he is the author of the book “Sex and Pleasure: A Woman’s Guide to Getting the Sex You Want and Need and Deserve.” She should give us relevant advice.
She told us that herbal oils and supplements like Provestra are helpful to females with sexual problems and vaginal dryness. Also, the supplements are safe; she told WebMD. She suggested speaking to your doctor first before taking any supplements because some might have dangerous side effects.
Also, we had a conversation with an MD, assistant professor of urology at UCLA School of Medicine about men’s supplements. His name is Christopher Saigal, and he told us that for erectile dysfunctions the mimic Viagra isn’t a bad choice, and he has definite opinions.
Saigal says that it isn’t always safe natural sex boosters off the shelf. His tell WedMd that there is so much fraud out there. Go to the official site like ConsumerLab.com and get it there. One evaluation of ginseng showed that many brands have pesticides. So don’t rush and look for quality products (Has anyone ever tried the female libido enhancer called).