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1. High blood pressure
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4. Sensitive uterine, endometrial, breast, ovarian, endometriosis or uterine fibroids
5. Protein S deficiency as wild yam may increase the risk of thrombosis
Helps to support emotional aspects of Sexual Health
Take 1 capsule daily. For maximum response, take 2 hours before activity.
The Science of Erection:
Sex is an important factor to maintain cherished intimate relationships in human. A lack or loss of sexual desire can adversely affect the relations. Sex drive is influenced by physical, physiological, psychological and social factors. Biologically testosterone the sex hormones and neurotransmitters like dopamine control libido and desire. Hard work, family, personality, stress, age and medical conditions can also affect libido. Men usually have higher sex drive than women and a female partner could be engaged in intimate activity without an actual desire for it. This can affect the mind adversely. The couples who have the consented sex, at least twice a week have better heart and brain health and lower risk of cardiovascular disease. Good sex also releases endorphins, which can reduce stress and improve sleep.
“Vulva” is the term that describes all of the external organs that make up female genitalia. The clitoris is a part of the Vulva. The part visible on the outside varies in size from a few millimeters to one centimeter and is located hidden in the upper labial fold. Any type of activity increase blood flow to this organ and this results in increased secretions which lubricate the vagina. The only known purpose of the clitoris is to provide sexual pleasure, It is the female’s most sensitive element and the primary source of sexual pleasure. It develops from an outgrowth in the embryo stage. Initially un-differentiated, it develops into either the penis or the clitoris, depending on the presence or absence of a protein on the Y chromosome. The clitoris is a complex structure, and its size and sensitivity can vary. The head of the human clitoris called “Glans” is approximately the size and shape of a pea, and is estimated to have about 8,000 sensory nerve endings. There are more nerve endings in the clitoris than in the entire penis and the clitoris’s sole function is for pleasure.
When a woman is turned on, blood flows to her clitoris, this causes the clitoris to swell and become sensitive to the touch. The Glans can become overly sensitive. The partners should move around and try different positions to stimulate all the clitoral tissue and not just the head.” The clitoris is the homologue of the penis in the female. Although the evolution of the Clitoris is the same as of Penis, its role changes but just as a man’s penis enlarge with blood when he’s stimulated, the clitoris can become erect, too.
Clitoral erection occurs when the corpora cavernosa, two expandable erectile structures, become inflated with blood. This may result from any of various Physical touch, physiological, psychological or drug induced stimuli, causing sexual arousal. During this phase, arterial blood flow to the clitoris is increased, the clitoris relaxes allowing blood to puff up the erectile tissues. The veins gets depressed to stop drainage of the, trapped blood. The corpora cavernosa of the clitoris are essentially similar to that of the penis.. In the penis, this tissue engorges with blood during sexual arousal and becomes compressed against the unyielding tunica vein, blood gets trapped, creating penile rigidity –a true erection. The lack of nerves and blood vessels in the clitoris indicates that while the organ can become puffed-up, it cannot, like the penis become stiffly erect. The clitoris does not become erect with sexual excitement, but distended. In addition, the tunica albuginea around the glans is thinner than around the shaft in both the clitoris and penis. This gives the glans less firmness relative to the shaft. The extrusion of the glans clitoridis and thinning of the skin enhances sensitivity to physical contact. After a female has orgasmed, the erection usually ends, but this may take time.
This product is a Natural/Herbal remedy. It is not an allopathic drug. The information contained herein is based on professional, practical and academic knowledge accumulated over the last 50 years in the health industry. This is a lifetime worth of research and source finding from authentic, reputable and highly regarded books and web resources. The author of this material is a clinical pharmacist, who is very positive in this presentation of sexual health. This information may not be taken as a therapeutic advice for remedial, curative or treatment purposes. User is advised to consult the physician and verify this information with the proper medical advice and limited, careful evaluation and assessment.