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Fenugreek – a Powerful Sexual Enhancement for Men

A latest study which was conducted by the Integrative Clinical and Molecular Medicine in Brisbane, Australia has revealed that the Fenugreek preparation may enhance the Men’s libido power. Research says, that fenugreek element called ‘Saponins’ are considered to fire up male’s sex hormones as well as testosterone.

A latest study which was conducted by the Integrative Clinical and Molecular Medicine in Brisbane, Australia has revealed that the Fenugreek preparation may enhance the Men’s libido power. Research says, that fenugreek element called ‘Saponins’ are considered to fire up male’s sex hormones as well as testosterone.

For evaluating fenugreek’s effects, tow groups of men aged from 25 to 50 have been arranged – one group used fenugreek preparation for 6 weeks while another group has used Placebo pills for the same time period. After six weeks fenugreek group showed improved results from 16.1 to 20.6 while in placebo pills group showed the results by 16.6. The men who used fenugreek extract, their libido level was increased by 25% or more and in other group was on similar level or decreased.

 Fenugreek

Fenugreek a bitter taste plant linking with Fabaceae family is widely cultivated in Asian countries such as India, Pakistan and Bangladesh and mostly used as herb both its leaves and seeds. Its first application was found in ancient Egyptian culture in 16th century as a material for mummification. The Greek, Arabian and Indian have also been used this herb treating in different kind of severe disorders and diseases. It is also cultivated throughout the World and is the main ingredient of curries.  Its seeds are the main source of polysaccharide galactomannan.

 What is Low Libido?

 Low Libido is illustrated as a lower interest in sexual activity, low sex desire and not to be puzzled with impotence or infertility. Mostly men having lack of libido can take erection, but have lost the desire to have sex. Low libido associated with anxiety and depression, obesity, excessive use of alcohol, stress and overweight and latent homosexuality. Diabetes and the frequent usage of antidepressant drugs may add to a down fall in sexual desire. 

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