This wasn’t supposed to happen to you. Sure, other women might lose that loving feeling. They might never find themselves in the mood anymore. But not you.
You had it all planned out. The perfect storybook love life. You, know, like something straight out of a romance novel.
But, well, reality doesn’t always match our expectations, does it?
Like maybe instead of a Fabio, your other half is closer to a Homer Simpson. Or perhaps you’re just too darned tired after an endless string of long stressful days to feel like living it up in the bedroom.
But the truth, more often than not, is there’s another reason altogether that your libido has left the building. And this party pooper doesn’t care one bit if your partner is a romantic superstar or a bumbling toon.
It’s a cruel twist of biology that can rob you of your desire, ability, and mood.
But new research reveals a way to get it all back. And Fabio… or Homer… won’t know what hit him when you do.
Get a libido lift with fenugreek
To be honest with you, it just doesn’t seem entirely fair.
Guys have a bunch of options to help them navigate the bumps in the bedroom that show up as they age. In fact, I told you about a new one just yesterday.
There is a virtual boatload of proven supplements for them to try. Plus, let’s not forget those Big Pharma pills with the awkward ads we’ve all been forced to sit through.
Women, on the other hand? Well, we always get the short end of the stick in these matters.
But maybe that’s for the better. After all, the last thing in the world you need is another Big Pharma treatment and all of the risks that come with it. Besides, I’ve got a better solution to share with you today.
New research reveals that a common spice that’s been used since ancient times to impart a nutty, sweet flavor to countless Indian dishes could be just the spark your love-life needs.
This clover-like herb is called fenugreek. And it’s already known to help balance out hormones in men and women alike.
In fact, guys “in the know” use fenugreek to help restore lagging testosterone levels. And many men swear it works better than any of the drugs they push in all those commercials.
But it turns out it might work even BETTER for estrogen balance in women.
“Mood” booster puts the sizzle back in the sack
In the new study, fenugreek supplements were tested against a placebo in 48 healthy women.
After six weeks, the women taking fenugreek had two MAJOR improvements:
- LOWER levels of sexual problems
- HIGHER scores on quality-of-life assessments
Plus, they had a stunning 40 percent drop in their “irritability” scores. Which, when you think about it, just makes sense. After all, don’t we ALL feel a lot more relaxed when things are on the right track in the sack?
Testing uncovered a key reason for those impressive improvements. And it boils down to that hormone balancing I mentioned earlier.
The ladies in the study who took fenugreek had improvements in their estradiol, testosterone, and free testosterone levels.
Now, if those last two surprise you, you’re not alone. Many folks think of testosterone as a “guy’s hormone.” But the fact is women need some T too. Especially when it comes to maintaining romance in the bedroom.
Even more impressive is the fact that fenugreek didn’t raise those hormone levels across the board. It only boosted them in the ladies who had lagging levels, to begin with.
In other words, the herb appeared to help balance the hormones where needed. But it didn’t drive them up too far in ladies who already had enough.
The volunteers in this particular study were pre-menopausal. But there’s every reason to believe that fenugreek’s ability to even out hormone levels will extend to ladies in other age groups, too.
So if you’re looking for a bit of a bedroom boost of your own, you might want to give fenugreek a spin.
Does love life still need a little more lift? Consider having your zinc levels checked. Zinc is one of the most common nutrient deficiencies in seniors, and low libido is one of its warning signs. In fact, it made my list of the Top 3 ‘bedroom cures’ for men and women alike earlier this year.