Who would’ve thought you could boost your sex life with mushrooms? Let’s explore this idea soon but first up, let’s talk about some sad truths.
Most couples these days live in a sexless marriage and it is alarming to know that divorce rates in Australia are increasing each year, often due to unhappy sexless marriages. A recent survey was conducted among Australians aged 16-64 years old and it was found out that only 46% of men and 58% of women are satisfied with their sex life. Men wanted more action and women on the other hand are quite satisfied with what they’re getting.
Sexless marriage is an unhappy marriage especially for men and according to a Sociology professor Denise A. Donnelly, when couples aren’t happy anymore they tend to consider divorce leaving each other dissatisfied and unhappy.
Couples can often work out their marriage as long as they are willing to give it another shot. They can seek counselling from someone who is an expert in marriage or simply talk it over and discuss things together, why it didn’t or isn’t work out? What is our action plan? What do we do together to make things better? Marriage is always worth giving another chance (unless there is abuse of course).
This love month we did our own research and we have some pretty sexy advice on how you can improve sex drive and make things hot for you and your partner once again. You may be surprised by what we are about to reveal…
Origin of Cordyceps Sinensis
Cordyceps is a powerful fungus that has long been used by the Far East. It has a mild stimulatory effect on the immune system. Cordyceps is rare to find in the wild (though some people cultivate it organically) and a unique kind of herbal medicine found only at above 3500 meters in the southwestern China area. It’s been used for nearly 1500 years in traditional Chinese medicine. This is actually a type of fungus that thrives on the back of caterpillars grown only in areas such as China, Tibet and Nepal.
It can help boost blood circulation and can keep the liver and kidneys healthy. Cordyceps can enhance physical strength and endurance and help to maintain an erection during sexual intercourse. The fungi contains blood vessel dilating properties and have the ability to improve sex drive. It also found to be very effective in the treatment of circulatory, respiratory and immune health system problems.
How Cordyceps Help Improve Sex
Cordyceps can do wonders to your sex life!
It is a potential cure for erectile dysfunction in men and may boost libido and the quality of life in both men and women who are having sexual challenges. In a study involving 200 men with reduced libido and other sexual problems, cordyceps helped enhance their sexual function. Out of the group, 64% cordyceps user reported significant improvement in sexual function compared with 24% of the placebo group.
Another study on published on Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, with a double blind and placebo controlled group 21 elderly women having sexual frustration were given Cordyceps supplementation and 90% of these women reported a great improvement in their sexual health and libido.
Other studies involving the use of this type of mushroom all showed a positive significant change to the majority who used Cordyceps.
Cordyceps also helped improve fertility by increasing sperm count. Males with low sperm count were given Cordyceps supplement for 8 weeks and the result showed an increase in sperm count to about 33%.
Other benefits of Cordyceps Sinensis include the following:
- Maintain healthy cholesterol levels
- Increase energy level, endurance, strength and stamina
- Boosts immune system
- Reduce fatigue
- Healthy heart condition
- Healthy liver and kidney functions
Cordyceps has also been known to have an apoptotic effect on cancer cells (meaning that it can kill cancer cells). The paragraph below was taken from an article on the Huffington Post.
“CS has been shown to promote Cell Death (induce apoptosis). Normal cells will self destruct (undergo apoptosis) when the cell is damaged. Cancer cells fail to do so. Agents which cause normal cell death are used widely in chemotherapy today. CS has been shown to induce apoptosis or normal cell death in cancer cells in many studies and suggests that CS might be a valuable adjunct therapy for cancer patients.”
*Disclaimer: the information in this article is intended purely as information and not health advice. It is not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent or cure and one should always seek expert advice from their trusted health practitioner.