Want Better Sex?

Try These Plants

When it comes to having better sex, most of us are all ears. After all, who doesn’t like the idea of having a more satisfying experience in between the sheets? Even if you already have it good in that department, there is no reason you can’t have it even better.

In a video released on Business Insider, Chris Kilham, the author of Hot Pants, who is also known as “The Medicine Hunter” due to the fact that he has conducted plant-based medical research in dozens of countries, reveals the top five plants known to bring about better sex. What are they?

Maca: Kilham describes maca as a libido booster that is found in higher elevations within the Peruvian Andes. This particular plant is helpful in situations where your medications may be lowering your sex drive, bringing back your urge to enjoy intimate pleasures once again.

Tongkat Ali: Found in Malaysia, tongkat ali is actually the root of a tree that is believed to increase testosterone levels in men while improving erectile function at the same time.

Rhodiola Rosea: This plant is indigenous to Central Asia and acts as a libido booster for both men and women. Additionally, men who take it have better erectile function, and women who use it as a supplement tend to have regulated periods.

Chuchuhuasi: Go to the Amazon rainforest and you will have access to the chuchuhuasi plant, which is known for giving you greater sexual and mental function. If you prefer the easier route, you can also pick it up in the Amazon markets, where you can find it in various alcohols such as wine and rum. (Be warned, though, that if you consume too much of these alcohols, your mental function may go down instead.)

Horney Goat Weed: The name pretty much says it all, as this Chinese plant is said to have been eaten by ancient, mythic goats that were then able to have sex a hundred times a day.

You can purchase any of these supplements online via various providers, and most are $20 or less per bottle. Kind of gives a whole new meaning to “express delivery,” doesn’t it?

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