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Natural Treatment for Loss of Sexual Desire in a Woman and Man
October 22 2017 by Ray Sahelian, M.D. author of Natural Sex Boosters

Home remedy, natural ways to increase safely and effectively
Is it possible to increase sexual desire to the same intensity as we had back in our teenage years or in our twenties? The answer may surprise you, but it is a resounding Yes. In fact, it is possible to increase male and female sexual desire to levels even higher than teenage years. And it can happen within several days. There are quite a number of natural products that work effectively, and Passion Rx is one of the most potent and effective. Prescription medications may also enhance libido, for instance certain androgen type hormones such as testosterone. However, hormone therapy has many risks and I prefer using safer products such as herbs and supplements.

Definition: Sexual desire is defined as a goal-directed motivational state integrating another person or others in one's personal sphere on the basis of intentionality, rather than by instinct only.

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Increase in such feelings is possible within two to four days. Results continue to improve over several days of use. Our feedback thus far indicates more than 80% of users notice a powerful sexual desire enhancement within a week, and a higher percentage within two weeks.


Passion Rx improves:
Sexual desire and thoughts -- 80 % of users notices this effect. The same regions of the brain that control love also control sex -- indicating that sexual desire can actually evolve into love.
Erectile function and performance.
Orgasms and climaxes -- noticed by 80% of men and women. More pleasure and enjoyment.
Improved sensation of genital organs in men and women -- 80% notices this improvement.

Ingredients in this herbal formula
The potent nutrients and herbal extracts include acetylcarnitine nutrient, ashwagandha herb, catuaba herb,
choline, cnidium monnieri, coleus forskohlii, dmae nutrient, epimedium herbal extract also known as Horny goat weed extract, maca herb, mucuna pruriens, muira puama, passion flower, pfaffia paniculata, rhodiola, shilajit herb, tribulus terrestris herb, tongkat ali herb. Passion Rx is also available without yohimbe root extract.

Q. I am 78 years old male and till few months ago had normal sex desire once a week. Now it had dwindled and I can get only soft erections and if i get any I lose it fast. I have tried Viagra and it is good. but I want to avoid it as it is so expensive. On somebody's recommendation I used Yohimbe only and it did not help but that it lowered my mood and made me weak and sweating.
    A. You may wish to review the herbal formulas and options on this page and discuss with your doctor the various herbs that may help you. However, it is advisable for seniors to only take half the dose and be more patient since it will take much longer for the herbal products to be effective.

Scientific validation of herbal sex improvers
Acta Pol Pharmacology. 2011. Recent studies on aphrodisiac herbs for the management of male sexual dysfunction--a review. An aphrodisiac is a type of food or drink that has the effect of making those who eat or drink it more aroused in a sexual way. Aphrodisiacs can be categorized according to their mode of action into three groups: substances that increase libido (i.e., sexual desire, arousal), substances that increase sexual potency (i.e., effectiveness of erection) and substances that increase sexual pleasure. Some well-known aphrodisiacs are Tribulus terrestrins, Withania somnifera, Eurycoma longifolia, Avena sativa, Ginko biloba, and Psoralea coryifolia. Ethnobotanical surveys have indicated a large number of plants as aphrodisiacs. The paper reviews the recent scientific validation on traditionally used herbal plants as aphrodisiac herbs for the management of sexual disorder erectile dysfunction.

Mayo Clinical Proc. 2016. Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder: International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health Expert Consensus Panel Review. The objective of the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health expert consensus panel was to develop a concise, clinically relevant, evidence-based review of the epidemiology, physiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment of hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD), a sexual dysfunction affecting approximately 10% of adult women. Etiologic factors include conditions or drugs that decrease brain dopamine, melanocortin, oxytocin, and norepinephrine levels and augment brain serotonin, endocannabinoid, prolactin, and opioid levels. Symptoms include lack or loss of motivation to participate in sexual activity due to absent or decreased spontaneous desire, sexual desire in response to erotic cues or stimulation, or ability to maintain desire or interest through sexual activity, with accompanying distress. Treatment follows a biopsychosocial model and is guided by history and assessment of symptoms. Sex therapy has been the standard treatment, although there is a paucity of studies assessing efficacy, except for mindfulness-based cognitive behavior therapy. Bupropion and buspirone may be considered off-label treatments for HSDD, despite limited safety and efficacy data. Menopausal women with HSDD may benefit from off-label testosterone treatment, as evidenced by multiple clinical trials reporting some efficacy and short-term safety. Currently, flibanserin is the only Food and Drug Administration-approved medication to treat premenopausal women with generalized acquired HSDD. Based on existing data, we hypothesize that all these therapies alter central inhibitory and excitatory pathways.

Medical conditions that have an influence
Certain medical conditions reduce performance, enjoyment and sexual desire in a woman and man. These include hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol, cardiovascular disease, peripheral vascular disease, and neurologic disorders, and thyroid disorders. Many people overlook the important influence of sleep on sexual desire. Chronic insomnia has a significant influence on sexual health. I remember during my internship days working at a hospital at least 60 hours a week. I would work every third night on call. This means I did not have a good night's sleep every third night. After a few weeks of chronic lack of sleep, I recall noticing a sharp drop in sexual interest. Rather than having an urge to be with my girlfriend, I preferred being alone in bed so I could get a full night's uninterrupted rest. I
t is not uncommon for a woman to have a lack of sexual desire during the first few weeks or months after delivery.

New dads often experience shifts in sexual desire for the mothers of their newborns, which can ebb and surge based on factors other than the physical changes of childbirth. The fatigue and stress of being a new parent can cause a loss in the partners -- whether male or female.

Pharmaceutical drugs, prescription medications
Drugs that interfere with libido include some anti-hypertensives such as beta blockers, SSRIs such as Prozac, Paxil, and Zoloft, and sedatives such as Xanax and Valium.
Finasteride, a drug used to treat enlarged prostate and to stimulate hair growth, may decrease sexual desire, and in some individuals cause impotence and ejaculation dysfunction. There are natural dietary supplements that, when used chronically, reduce interest or performance. One such herb is kava root.

Testosterone and sexual desire, role of androgen hormones and hormonal issues
Treatment with a patch containing the hormone testosterone can increase interest and activity in women who experience reduced sexual desire after surgical removal of the ovaries.  Women with thyroid disorders are more likely to have lower interest.

Aging Male. 2013. A 6-month observational study of energy, sexual desire, and body proportions in hypogonadal men treated with a testosterone 1% gel. Substantial improvements in hypogonadal symptoms, quality of life, fatigue, erectile dysfunction, and libido/sexual desire were observed. Adverse drug reactions were experienced by 7.5% of the safety population over the 6-month study period.

Q. Does estrogen help a woman with hypoactive sexual desire disorder?
A. Estrogen may help, but I think DHEA may work better to reverse hypoactive sexual desire. DHEA can be used temporarily in place of testosterone. Another over the counter hormone that has benefits is pregnenolone.

Lifestyle factors, deep sleep is important
A low or moderate amount of exercise can increase sexual desire by helping to sleep better at night, however excessive exercise, such as running a marathon or backpacking all day can lead to a loss or reduction, but only until recovery from the tiredness.
Alcohol's negative affect on sexual desire increases with age. Smoking can reduce genital blood flow.

Sexual desire involves many different things such as thoughts and images, excitement, expectation and orgasm. Mood has a strong association. Fatigue and depression in particular cause a lack. By affecting the state of alertness and energy in humans, sunlight may increase sexual activity.

It's often said that porn, if anything, is bad for a man's sex life. But a study published in 2015, the online journal Sexual Medicine, suggests that men who watch porn may enjoy greater desire and arousal in normal, real-life sexual situations with their partners.

Sexual desire and orientation
A man's sexual orientation appears to be determined in the womb. Past research by Dr. Anthony F. Bogaert of Brock University in St. Catherines, Ontario and colleagues has shown that the more older brothers a man has, the more likely he is to be gay. But it has not been clear if this is a prenatal effect or a psychosocial effect, related to growing up with older male siblings. To investigate, Bogaert studied 944 gay and straight men, including several who were raised with adopted, half- or step-siblings or were themselves adopted. He reasoned that if the relationship between having older male siblings and homosexuality was due to family environment or child-rearing practices, it would be seen whether or not a man's older brothers were biological or adopted. Bogaert found that the link between having older brothers and homosexuality was present only if the siblings were biologically related -- this relationship was seen between biological brothers who were not raised together. The amount of time that a man was reared with older brothers had no association with sexual orientation. "These results support a prenatal origin to sexual orientation development in men and indicate that the fraternal birth-order effect is probably the result of a maternal 'memory' for male gestations or births," Bogaert writes in his report in PNAS Early Edition. A woman's body may see a male fetus as "foreign," Bogaert explains, and her immune response to subsequent male fetuses may grow progressively stronger. "If this immune theory were correct, then the link between the mother's immune reaction and the child's future sexual orientation would probably be some effect of maternal anti-male antibodies on the sexual differentiation of the brain," he suggests. PNAS Early Edition, 2006.

Hypoactive sexual desire in women
Low testosterone in postmenopausal women is associated with loss of libido, decreased sexual activity, diminished feelings of physical well-being, and fatigue. A bilateral oophorectomy can lead to decreases in sexual desire in 50% of cases by removing ovarian contribution to the circulating levels of testosterone. Testosterone therapy is an option for the restoration of hypoactive sexual drive. Another option is DHEA, an over the counter hormone. Hormones should be used very cautiously and in low dosages since they have many side effects.

Women and female concerns
sex pill herbs work well in a woman?
   Quite a number can be of benefit, including tongkat ali known as Eurycoma Longjack, muira puama, mucuna pruriens, maca extract, and horny goat weed.

Are women's sexual desire similar to men's?
    Due to more testosterone in men, I believe a man has on average a higher level than a woman. Female sexual desire may decrease after menopause but hormones and natural herbs can help reverse such loss.

A drugmaker working to develop a pill to boost sexual desire in women says regulators are demanding more studies on the experimental drug. Sprout Pharmaceuticals said that the Food and Drug Administration wants to see more data on how the company's drug, flibanserin, interacts with other medications and how it affects driving ability. Nearly 10 percent of women studied in company trials reported sleepiness while taking the daily pill.

How to reduce desire
Do you have any herbs or natural products that would reduce male sexual desire?
   A. Some people find 5-HTP supplement, since it converts into serotonin, inhibits female and male sexual desire similar in some ways to SSRI drugs such as Prozac, Zoloft, and Paxil. The GABA agonist phenibut also reduces interest, urge, and performance. Kava herb acts as an anesthetic.

I have tried many things herbal aside from going to the doctor for a prescription, nothing has worked on me yet. When I was 24, two years after the birth of my twin sons, I had one ovary removed. My sex life has gone down hill more and more every year it seems. I have not regained my sexual desire back after almost nine years now. My OB-GYN explained to me before my surgery, that this was possible and it did happen to me. I am worried in buying Passion Rx and it to not be effective. What do you recommend I do?
   There are no guarantees, but most people find increase sexual desire with the use of Passion Rx or other sexual desire increasing herbal formulas or single herbs.

My wife is a young 48 yr old. We had a great physical relationship, then she got breast cancer. She is finishing her last chemo treatment, but now will be taking meds to kill what remains of her estrogen because her tumor was estrogen sensitive. She has lost all sexual thoughts and sexual desire and cannot have an orgasm because of her treatment. She is interested in herbs and other natural treatments. Have you found Passion Rx formula but be of any help in cases of low sexual desire like hers? Is there any "hope" for her to regain her previous function? Thanks for your help with this….its been a very frustrating side effect of her chemotherapy treatment.
   Passion Rx has improved sexual desire in many women in these situations but it is impossible to predict in an individual case. If her doctor approves, she can start on a low dose of half a capsule every other day. We wish her the best outcome.

I am looking at the Passion Rx because my fiance has a very low sex drive and sexual desire. It is always becoming a fight and we just want it to stop. I told her about this herbal product and she said look into it. She is 24 years old and she has very low sexual desire. When we have sex she enjoys it alot. If she were to take this pill will it make her have more thoughts about it therefore wanting more again like she used too? She has no allergies and is a very healthy lady. Please let me know as soon as you can so that i can hopefully place the order and get the happy sex life back again. Thank you very much for your help and i will look forward to hearing from you soon.
    We cannot guarantee results, but most women with low sexual desire who take Passion Rx notice improvement within a few days or a week.

My wife and I, both 61, are in the midst of a sexual energy drought! Low libido, sexual interest, vaginal dryness, weak erections, low ejaculate volume / ejaculatory force, fatigue, etc. We are active, healthy, exercise regularly, eat well and take specific quality supplements, NO MEDS! However, our libido and sexual energy / performance has diminished considerably. We find it difficult to trust many of the sites on line purporting miraculous "cures" for what ails you...until we "stumbled" upon yours. We are impressed with your common sense approach to health! What dosage / cycling would you recommend for us? I) have mild hypertension from time to time... Do you still recommend the yohimbe formula? I do not enjoy being "jittery" or experiencing a rapid heartbeat. My wife REALLY likes coffee...would this affect her taking Passion Rx? We look forward to your comments and can't wait to re-kindle life as it was in the "60's" in college! Keep up the great work!
   A. I can't give specific suggestions but it is worth trying some of the herbal products in low dosages. They can cause a jittery feeling in some users so half a capsule could be an option. I do not suggest drinking coffee the same day since the herbal formula leads to alertness and more energy.