Mojo for Her unleashes the power of Maca to help support libido & sexual vitality in women in a 100% organic herbs dietary supplement.
Maca, Ashwagandha, and Shatavari are all rich in phytonutrients, natural chemicals found in plant foods, and alkaloids, substances that often have pharmacological effects.
Maca - 10-15% proteins, 16 minerals, 7 vitamins, 19 amino acids, alkaloids (macamides) and glucocinates
Chris Kilham, author of Hot Plants, says, "Maca enjoys a very long history of successful medicinal use for menopausal discomfort, infertility, and sexual healing. The question is not whether it works -- because we know it works with certainty -- but how it works". Maca is not a magical aphrodisiac, but studies suggest that it modestly tweaks sexual desire and function. Maca is proven to enhance male sexual desire without affecting male sex hormone levels and improves sexual dysfunction in post-menopausal women and increases libido even in women taking SSRIs.
Ashwagandha - iron, glycowithanolides (antioxidants), alkaloids (withanolides) and flavonoids.
Ashwagandha is India's most potent hot plant. It is used equally by men and women, and is widely prescribed by physicians to adults with low libido, and to improve sexual function. As an adaptogen, the root helps the body to normalize all aspects of healthy function in the face of stress. One of the many noticeable areas in which this turnaround takes place is sexual. Men and women who have lost their desire for sex, or have lost function, find that they become aroused again - and ready to engage in sexual activity.
Shatavari - steroidal saponins (shatavarins), isoflavones, asparagamine (alkaloid substance similar to aspirin) and polysaccharides
Shatavari boosts female sex drive and is an excellent tonic for a woman's body. In Ayurveda it is considered the most important herb for women, having similar effects as ashwagandha has in men. Shatavari helps to regenerate the entire body, bringing vitality and increasing energy. It promotes the overall wellness of mind and body. Shatavari also strengthens and nourishes the reproductive system and balances female hormones
Like maca, shatavari is an overall "feel good" herb - boosting libido, supporting the adrenal glands, gently pumping energy levels while nourishing the nervous syste. It's so celebrated for its lubricating properties that Eastern and Western herbalists often include it in formulas meant to combat the waning sex drive that can occur around the menopausal years.
If pregnant or breastfeeding seek professional advice before using.
Sprinkle on your morning cereal, mix into a smoothie or add to a glass of warm milk. Suggested serving size: Use up to 1 tablespoon (10g) per day.
Maca root powder (Lepidium Meyenii), Ashwagandha rood powder (Withania Somnifera, Shatavari root powder (Asparagus Racemosus).
5 out of 5 people would recommend this product13/10/2017, By ShannyTatses so horrible! I don't know if it works yet because I can't get it down...11/09/2017, By PhillipaThe product worksw ell but I am really not enjoying the taste. Any recommendations on how to use it better?09/08/2017, By SesetuWorks well14/07/2017, By Nikkihey Taste in review above, I sprinkle it over my morning seeds and nuts and cereal and almond milk - i dont really notice it. maybe you are using too much? I dont know if I can pinpoint my well being to this exactly but I certainly feel more alive and less moody so I'm going for my second pack of this.05/07/2017, By KKRI can't fully rate this as I haven't been able to stomach it just yet -
Anyone have any advice on how to take this - it tastes dreadful
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