Humans have always looked for ways to have better sex. Hence, it’s no surprise that most cultures across time knew of at least one herbal aphrodisiac that got the job done. The question is, do they really work? Can the food you eat really affect your libido? In this post, we’ll talk about how aphrodisiacs came to be, and why certain herbs can be helpful in improving one’s sexual performance.
Have you heard of the garlic benefits for sex? This is one of the many benefits that you can get from ingesting 2 cloves of this herb per day. Garlic is dubbed as a natural antibiotic. Studies show that it is effective against bacteria and other microbes. Note however, that it is not the only natural antibiotic out there. Oregano, thyme, myrrh, and honey also have antibiotic properties as well. That means they can inhibit the growth as well as kill bacteria.
Bulgarian Tribulus, also known as Tribulus Terrestris, is an herb native to the warm temperate and tropical regions of southern Europe, southern Asia, Africa, and Australia. This herb can grow in poor soil and desert climates. Unfortunately, the spiels in these advertising campaigns resulted to confusion and misinformation about the herb. This article will set things straight, tackling the most common of these claims so you can decide if the Bulgarian Tribulus is for you.