Natural Aphrodisiacs

Herbs, Oils, and Other Aphrodisiacs

This eBook guide teaches you everything that you need to know about how to use natural oils and remedies to turn your partner on in a way that you never thought was possible. Natural remedies and herbs give you access to a world of pleasure that you never know was possible, and this eBook goes through almost every type, giving you the ability to use each one of them to the most powerful effect. You will learn the best herbs and oils to choose, how to choose the right plant for you and your partner. You will also learn the tips and tricks to use herbs safely, without endangering anyone in your ever-expanding search for pleasure. All it takes is the eBook guide, and you can use the best sort of love-making supplements every created: the all-natural kind! Continue reading...

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Cultural Universal Theory

In the 16th century, occurred in religious zealots who had taken vows to sacrifice their lives in battle against the enemy later, in Southeast Asia, the term referred to persons who emerge from periods of apathy and withdrawal with a sudden outburst of agitation, mania, and violent physical attacks on those nearby (i.e., the person runs amuck) among the theories of this behavior include the presence of febrile diseases (e.g., malaria), nonfebrile diseases (e.g., syphilis), opium addiction, chronic disorders (e.g., brain damage), sociopsychologi-cal distress, sleep deprivation, infections, sexual arousal, or excessive heat this behavior appears to be similar to other-named behaviors in other cultures, such as malignant anxiety in Africa, cathard in Polynesia, negi-negi in New Guinea, and pseudonite in the Sahara desert region susto espanto - refers to soul loss, is common among Hispanic populations especially in children and young women this behavior typically follows some frightening...

Gammahydroxybutyrate

GHB is an endogenous metabolite of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), the major inhibitory neurotransmitter in the CNS. GHB is a putative neurotransmitter capable of inducing profound CNS depression. Abroad, it is used primarily as an anesthetic and in the treatment of narcolepsy and substance withdrawal. In the United States, it is only used for investigational research and is not approved for any clinical use. In the 1980s it was sold to bodybuilders as a health food product. GHB was touted as an effortless means to diet and build muscles during sleep by enhancing fat metabolism and the release of growth hormone. Within the last few years, it has become more prevalent as a drug of abuse for its reported euphoric and aphrodisiac effects in rave clubs and on college campuses. Despite a 1990 ban by the FDA on manufacture and sales, possession of GHB remains legal under federal law.1

Pregnancy Category None

Nutmeg is a familiar spice, but when used in larger amounts, it can act as a drug. Nutmeg originated in the Spice Islands of Indonesia. It is a seed coming from an evergreen tree that can reach 45 feet in height. Folk medicine uses nutmeg for treating insomnia, mouth sores, stomach inflammation, gas, diarrhea, and vomiting. Animal research verifies the antiinsomnia and anti-diarrhea properties they have been observed among humans undergoing formal medical care, and recreational users mention sleep-inducing action. The substance is also used as an aphrodisiac, and laboratory tests show that it kills headlice. Nutmeg may be able to help improve dysentery, infections, and rheumatism. In rabbit experiments, nutmeg lowered cholesterol levels and aided in coughing up mucus. Nutmeg, like many other spices, has antimicrobial actions that appear to retard spoilage of unrefrigerated food.

Within Group Comparison of SSRIs

All the SSRIs have been associated with sexual dysfunction and difficulties have been found during all sexual phases, including lowered libido, erectile and engorgement failure, and anorgasmia. Reported rates of sexual dysfunction have varied greatly and the wide disparity may be explained, in part, by different methods of ascertainment. Rates appear to be lower when spontaneous unstructured inquiry is used in contrast to specific questionnaires. Another possible reason for the discrepancy in rates of dysfunction could be variable dosing of the SSRIs. The incidence of these symptoms for SSRIs and other antidepressants, and the mechanisms underlying them, are discussed in detail in Chapter 6.

4131 Alternative remedies and phytotherapeutics

The best known of the herbal galactogogues is fenugreek ('Trigonella foenum-graecum), also known as greek hayseed. It is a member of the Leguminosac family of plants, which includes peanuts, soy, and chickpcas. It has the odor of maple syrup, and is used as artificial maple flavoring. When the mother takes the usual dose 1-4 capsules 580-610mg, three to four times daily), her milk, sweat, tears, and urine, and even her baby, smell of maple syrup. Fenugreek has been known for centuries to help some women but not all. It can cause colic in the infant, which is believed to be an allergic response. It can aggravate asthmatic symptoms. It has also been documented to lower blood sugar, and is used as a natural treatment for diabetics. In pregnancy, it can cause uterine cramps. It is available in capsule form or as seeds for teas and decoctions. It probably appears in the milk, as this usually smells of maple syrup. It is given a rating of C (moderate potential for toxicity), which is...

Alternative remedies and phytotherapeutics

The best known of the herbal galactogogues is fenugreek ('Trigonella foenum-graecum), also known as greek hayseed. It is a member of the Leguminosac family of plants, which includes peanuts, soy, and chickpeas. It has the odor of maple syrup, and is used as artificial maple flavoring. When the mother takes the usual dose 1-4 capsules 580-610mg, three to four times daily), her milk, sweat, tears, and urine, and even her baby, smell of maple syrup. Fenugreek has been known for centuries to help some women but not all. It can cause colic in the infant, which is believed to be an allergic response. It can aggravate asthmatic symptoms. It has also been documented to lower blood sugar, and is used as a natural treatment for diabetics. In pregnancy, it can cause uterine cramps. It is available in capsule form or as seeds for teas and decoctions. It probably appears in the milk, as this usually smells of maple syrup. It is given a rating of C (moderate potential for toxicity), which is...

Can we cure erectile dysfunction

The wide and large availability of medicines for treatment of erectile dysfunction is the 'good' news. The basic category of medicines used since 1998 is the Type 5 phosphodiesterase inhibitors, including the medicines sildenafil, vardenafil and tadalafil. The use of these medicines over the past few years has created new data and naturally a large amount of optimism. Their administration requires the existence of arousing stimuli, since they do not produce automatic erections nor do they act as aphrodisiacs.

Yohimbe And Yohimbine

Effects Yohimbe is said to produce a tingling feeling along the spine, followed by a mild, pleasant, and euphoric high lasting four to six hours. In high enough doses, it can produce mild hallucinogenic-like effects. It contains a number of psychoactive alkaloids, including yohimbine, and has shown positive results in treating both psychological and physiological impotence it even increases the sex drive of men with normal libido. It may have the same effects on women, with the added benefit of helping them lose weight. According to Ward Dean, M.D., it is the only substance with a specific FDA-approved indication as an aphrodisiac. The active compound, called yohimbine or yohimbine hydrochloride, is isolated and sold as a prescription medication, and is much safer.

Caffeine

Yohimbine Yohimbine (84) is an alpha2-selective antagonist currently unlicensed for use for men with ED. It is a naturally occurring alkaloid produced from the African yohimbe tree. It has been implicated as an aphrodisiac (85) but has not been properly considered as a therapeutic agent until recently. The proposed mechanism of action of yohimbine is to block presynaptic alpha2 receptors while sparing the postsynaptic alpha1 receptors. The effect of this is to enhance the release of norepinephrine in the central nervous system. It reaches a plasma concentration in just 10-15 min and has a very short half-life of just over 30 min. Previous research has shown that oral yohimbine can be used successfully to treat ED with a psychological basis. It has also been used to reverse antidepressant-induced sexual dysfunction.

Ayahuasca And Caapi

Effects Causes a pleasurable intoxication and colorful visual hallucinations lasting six to twelve hours, reportedly without the subsequent hangover, followed by a deep sleep. It also increases visual acuity and sensory awareness, and acts as an aphrodisiac. It is said to endow the user with telepathic abilities, but there is no scientific evidence to support this claim. The main psychoactive ingredient is the alkaloid harmine.

Mandrake

Of all the sedating-tranquilizing-psychotropic plants known, writes William Emboden, the mandrake has the most extensive and bizarre history. This member of the nightshade family has been used as a painkiller, sedative, aphrodisiac, trance mediator, and poison. According to the ancient doctrine of signatures, medicinal plants resembled that part of the human body for which it could affect a cure and, since mandrake resembled the human form, its powers were seen as all-encompassing.

Trazodone

PRECAUTIONS Warnings Priapism, which is a sustained erection of the penis not due to sexual arousal, can be caused by trazodone. Priapism can damage the penis and calls for immediate intervention. Treatment generally consists of an injection into the penis. Though uncomfortable, there are no long-lasting effects. Rarely, surgical intervention has been required, with the result of impotence. Use extra caution if you have Asthma, low blood pressure, congestive heart failure, edema, epilepsy, glaucoma, heart disease, hyperthyroidism, enlarged prostate, or urinary retention, as trazodone can worsen the symptoms bipolar disorder, as tra-zodone may cause a manic episode a psychotic disorder, as trazodone may make psychotic symptoms worse. Tests needed before starting None. Alcohol Should be avoided, as the simultaneous use of trazodone and alcohol can lower blood pressure significantly and cause confusion. Also, alcohol worsens anxiety and depression and impairs insight and judgment.

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