SEX HERBS-BETHA

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The Wonderful World  of Herbs

1.What Is an Herb?

 2.How to Choose and Use Herbs

Herbs to Improve Your Sex Life

 3.Increasing Your Sexual Desire and Drive

 4.Increasing Your Sexual Pleasure

 5.Relieving Male Menopause, Prostate Problems, and Impotence

 6.Relieving Female Menopause and Premenstrual Syndrome

 7.Controlling Health Conditions that Affect Sex

 8.Improving Your Overall Well-Being

 9.Sex Herb Combinations

 

Celery

Apium graveolens

Celery is also sometimes  called garden celery or wild  celery.  Either should work for these purpose.  You're  probably familiar with how  celery  looks when you buy it in the store:  long, bright  green stalks grown tightly  together with delicate  green leaves on top.  If celery  remains in the ground for a second year, it also develops small flowers  that produce seeds.

The basics of celery

How many times  have you munched on a celery stalk -without  ever realizing  you were actually eating a highly medicinal and beneficial an herb!  Just four stalks of celery  per day has been found in  studies  to be enough  to lower one's blood pressure.

In Asian  and European folk medicine, celery  has been used for hundreds of years  to lower blood pressure, improve  circulation, and eliminate or alleviate dizziness.

Celery  acts as an all-around stimulant, which makes you feel more energetic.  Celery also promotes sleep and has diuretic properties.  All these effects may indirectly lead to an  Increasing Your Sexual Pleasure and drive desire, especially in women.

Parts used

The root, stalk, seeds, and juice of the celery plant may be used.

Chemical  content

Celery  contains these substances:

  • Apigenin, a muscle-relaxing  substance that can dilate blood vessels and lower  blood pressure
  • Iron
  • Vitamins A, B-complex , and C
  • Phthalides, substances that act as sedatives and anticonvulsants

Dosing instructions and availability

Celery  is available in several forms:

  • Fresh, on the stalk
  • Root
  • Seeds
  • Dried leaves
  • Oil from celery  seeds
  •  Extract made from celery  seeds
  •  juice

Fresh celery, seed, and dried leaves are readily available at your supermarket.  Oil and extract  (made from the celery seed), and juice may be found in controlling health conditions that affect sex food stores.  You can even make your own  juice with fresh  celery.  Use  celery  in recipes and for  snacks.  Tinctures or infusions made from seeds are usually taken to 1 teaspoon 1 to 3 times per day.

  What About "Frigidity"?

Even the wonderful world  of herbs sounds  bad: a "frigid"  woman.  It brings up all sorts of negative images.  But it  simply means a woman who has lost her sexual desire or libido.  This can happen for a variety of reasons, whether  psychological, medical, or both.  But  a woman doesn't  have to live with frigidity.  You can  work with your doctor  to find  a way to regain your desire for sex. Some of these  herbs may help.

Cautions

Don't use celery as more than a food during pregnancy because  of its ability  to stimulate the uterus and cause  miscarriage.  Some people also develop  skin reactions when  handling  celery.  Its diuretic properties could harm persons with kidney disease.

Added benefits

There are plenty of other benefits to eating  celery:

  • Lowers blood  pressure and improves blood circulation
  • May help control fat and  glucose levels in the blood
  • All-around feel-good tonic
  • Acts as a diuretic
  • Has a calming effect and works as a sedative, promoting sleep  and more restful  sleep
  • Helps to alleviate  arthritis and other inflammatory disorders
  • Helps start  menstrual flow
  •  Eliminates  uric acid
  • Acts as a uterine stimulant, may help to facilitate childbirth
  • Helps with weight  loss by promoting perspiration
  • Helps  the kidneys  and  lives function properly, which increases  urine flow
  • Used to assist the digestive process, contains fiber
  • Helps  to balance  the body's  chemicals, which may help with illnesses involving  chemical imbalances

Chasteberry

Vitex  agnus-castus

Chasteberry is a plant  that is native to the Mediterranean.  It is  a deciduous shrub that grows from 6 to 18 feet high, and may also grow  as wide as 15 feet.   Chasteberry shrub is very aromatic, and has light purple -colored flowers that are followed by a reddish black berry.