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Decreased desire?

It is completely normal to lose the desire sometimes and it happens to most of us at times in life. Often, reduced sex drive is due to stress, feeling tired, problems in the relationship, but also hormonal changes such as menopause or falling testosterone levels are a common cause. Good tips for things in everyday life to get energy and desire can be prioritizing sleep and recovery, eating a nutritious and varied diet, regular exercise and doing things that make you feel good. With stable energy levels, it is easier to find your way back to the desire for a functioning love life.

Maca – Nature's pleasure enhancer

The carrot is a root vegetable that grows at an altitude of over 4000 meters in the Andes mountain range. Maca is sometimes called Peruvian ginseng, Brazilian ginseng, or Amazonian ginseng, but is not related to ginseng. The reason for the association with ginseng is due to its invigorating and libido-enhancing effect. Maca extract that contributes to the sex drive of men and women and to maintain natural sexual activity. Maca has a documented effect as a libido enhancer for both men and women.


Ginseng ( Panax Ginseng ) is known as the root of life and has been used for thousands of years as a natural source of increased energy levels. Ginseng originates from Asia where it has been used for hundreds of years. It is not until the last few decades that it became popular even here in the Western world. There are several different types of Ginseng but Panax Ginseng is the most widely used. The active substances in Ginseng are called ginsenosides and the substances attributed to the Ginseng root's effects. Panax Ginseng has long been used as a natural source of increased energy levels and has been shown to contribute to mental and physical performance.

Beggar nut ( Tribulus terrestris) and Damiana

Tiggarnöt is the Swedish name for the plant Tribulus Terrestris. Beggarnut is a small plant that grows in several places in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Both flower and leaf have been used for a long time in both Chinese and Indian traditions and are even now commonly used in food supplements for sexual desire. Damiana is a shrub with yellow flowers and fragrant leaves that grows wild in Mexico, Central and South America. The damiana extract in Good Sex comes from the leaves of the bush.

L-Arginine and L-Citrulline

Arginine is an amino acid involved in the body's production of nitric oxide (NO), which is important for the body's blood supply to all parts of the body, including the genitals. Citrulline is also a type of amino acid and a precursor to arginine. Arginine and citrulline work together in the body as arginine is broken down quickly and needs to be supplied regularly, while citrulline is more stable and is converted to arginine as it is broken down, which is both a quick and long-lasting effect.