Sexual Health


CoQ10 In 2015 Aging Cell published a study that showed CoQ10 production was lower in the ovarian cells of aging females. The authors theorize that CoQ10 supplementation could improve ovarian cell quality and quantity, potentially improving fertility of older females. [Source] Ashwagandha – Male infertility In 2013 Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine published a study in

Tribulus Terrestris

Female sexual dysfunction In 2014 DARU Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences published a double-blind, placebo-controlled study in which 60 women with low sexual desire were given either a placebo or 7.5 mg/day Tribulus terrestris extract for 4 weeks. At the end of the 4th week the 30 women in the Tribulus


Low-dose alcohol In 2003 Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research published a double-blind, placebo-controlled crossover trial which found that .5 g/kg alcohol (roughly two drinks for an average sized male) lead to an 18 percent increase in free testosterone levels. [Source] Interval training In 2012 the Journal of Endocrinological Investigation published

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