In searching for an alternative solution to enhancing one's sex life Roger Y. Murray, M.D. found that man's quest for sexual stimulants (aphrodisiacs) has taken him from the heights of the Himalayan Mountains to the deep jungles of the Amazon River. Many remote tribes have their favorite aphrodisiacs which they claim to work. What Roger Y. Murray, M.D., has done is analyze all of these aphrodisiacs and select only the ones that passed through double blind placebo controlled studies and withstand the scientific rigors of Western analysis.
The 13 aphrodisiacs have all undergone scientific scrutiny and have been shown in some ways to stimulate sexual desire and performance. Most of the aphrodisiacs have a dual action:
The first phase is to stimulate the nerves in the brain which then transmit impulses to the sexual organs.
The second phase is that this stimulation causes the cells to produce Nitric Oxide which is the primary stimulant for erections and female desires.
Sex is often considered a taboo topic but one might be surprised to learn just how common sexual dysfunctions are among individuals. It is not unusual for both men and women to experience sexual setbacks as they age, including lack of desire or arousal. Why then must it be unusual to address and help treat these issues if they are so common?
Aphrodisiacs are designed to help one's sexual desire, arousal, sexual potency and pleasure.
These should be made of 100% natural ingredients and without potentially dangerous hormones.