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Hopefully, these few tips that we have shared could lead you to a happier, better and more exciting sex life. However, there will be a time no matter how much of these libido boosters we eat in that it won’t be able to suffice our body’s needs as we have hoped for, especially when age has caught up with us. When you find yourself in times like these, Androgenix is always here to help.

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Take a few slices before getting busy for a more watery (s)experience.

Amplify your primal energy. A cup of ginseng tea a day is an awesome libido enhancers and may help improve overall sex life. It contains the compound of ginsenoside, a kind of compound that helps impact gonadal tissue responsible for sperm production while enhancing sexual satisfaction. This may also help prevent erectile dysfunction.

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“Great food is like great sex. The more you have the more you want.”

— Jarod Kintz

Watermelon contains phytonutrient called citrulline and when converted by our body becomes arginine which is a form of amino acid that boosts nitric oxide levels in our body that helps relax blood vessels and increasing blood flow the same way as what Viagra does. Watermelon has even more lycopene than tomatoes, and lycopene rivals Viagra. A healthy blood flow may result to tissues to become aroused, engorged and lubricated.


A bowl of salad will rev your sex drive. Lettuce like iceberg contains an opiate that may help activate sex hormones.

*Unless otherwise stated, individual results may vary depending on many factors not all patients “feel” or achieve the same results.

Libido seeds

iStockPhoto Asparagus is rich in folate, a B vitamin that helps increase the production of histamine. The correct levels of histamine are important for a healthy sex drive in both men and women.


Some experts are asking, “Is watermelon the new Viagra?”


iStockPhoto Oysters are extremely rich in zinc, which is essential for testosterone production and maintenance of healthy sperm. And even though women have much less testosterone than men, it also plays a key part in the female libido. Oysters also boost dopamine, a hormone that increases libido in both men and women.

Libido seeds

Born to eat chicken wings and strike conversations with strangers – I call it research.

Bhakti Paun

Want to boost your libido? Before thinking about ‘miracle pills,’ take a look at your pantry. Many foods present in your pantry have aphrodisiac properties. Some were known and used throughout history to boost sexual desire. During the Aztec period, cocoa was a popular aphrodisiac. The mistress of Louis XV said, ‘If the woman knew what celery did to man, she would go and get it from Paris to Rome.’ She believed so much in the aphrodisiac power of this vegetable that she regularly prepared a celery delicacy for the king to maintain sexual vigor. However, consuming foods with aphrodisiac properties will not turn you into a sex beast ready to ‘jump on anything that moves.’ It will basically stimulate the production of hormones, which will affect your libido.

Pumpkin seeds: Pumpkin seeds can have aphrodisiac potential. Thanks to their high zinc content, pumpkin seeds are supposed to increase libido. Zinc helps normal fertility and healthy testosterone levels in the blood.