Whether you’ve been married for 50 years… or you’re on your umpteenth honeymoon… you may already know the AGONY of your love life going “soft.”
Maybe your spouse is raring to go… and you can’t get your engine started…
Or you’re ready to turn up the heat… and all you get is the cold shoulder.
For some couples, it’s been AGES since they’ve felt a spark.
And what they wouldn’t do to get that fire going again!
If you’ve been SNOOZING through your “bedroom time”… and you’d like to REAWAKEN that burning desire you once had…
It’s time to give a little extra attention “below the equator.”
Because there’s a South American libido trick that works on both guys AND gals… even if you’re a little on the older side.
Deep in the Amazon rainforest of Brazil, you can find what native tribes have nicknamed “potency wood.”
And this indigenous trick works SO well… it’s spread throughout the rest of the world, even to mainstream medicine!
It’s called muira puama (Ptychopetalum olacoides), and it’s been listed in the Brazilian government’s pharmacopoeia since the 1950s.
It’s also recommended by the British Herbal Medicine Association… and widely used in Germany, too.
There’s a good reason why…
Scientific studies have CONFIRMED traditional knowledge of this herb, which is that it can…
- ENHANCE sexual desire
- INCREASE frequency of intercourse, in as much as 100% of cases
- IMPROVE and EXTEND hardness within as little as 2 weeks, and
- INTENSIFY satisfaction.
One of the formulations of muira puama that’s been studied is in combination with ginkgo biloba, called Herbal vX.
A study out of France found that it significantly improved sex lives in 65% of both pre- and post-menopausal women.
Research has found it to act as a nerve tonic and stress-busting adaptogen, too – which certainly helps getting “in the mood.”
Now, don’t confuse this with another species of Brazilian tree that’s sometimes called muira puama, Liriosma ovata.
Check the label for the genus “Ptychopetalum” listed in the ingredients.
The root and bark of this woody plant is traditionally consumed as a tea…
But you can find muira puama in tincture or capsule form at your local health food store or online.