Libido-boosting pill made from a curry herb 'increases women's sex drive'

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Libido-boosting pill made from a herb used in spicy curries 'increases blood flow and testosterone levels to raise women's sex drives' Experts studied the effect of pills containing the herb fenugreek for two months  They improved the arousal, desire and lubrication of menopausal women  The herb triggered 'domino effects' of improving aspects of women's sex lives 

By Sam Blanchard Senior Health Reporter For Mailonline

Published: 08:46 GMT, 3 December 2019 | Updated: 08:55 GMT, 3 December 2019

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A food supplement containing a herb used in Indian dishes could boost the female sex drive, according to research.

In a study 29 middle-aged women took herbal pills called Libicare, which contain the herb fenugreek, for two months.

They noticed definite improvements in their sexual desire, arousal levels, vaginal lubrication, orgasms and satisfaction in the bedroom, the study found.

Scientists who did the research said the herb was able to boost blood flow to the genitals and to make testosterone levels increase, both of which increased sex drive.

And when one aspect of a woman's sex life improved, others followed in a 'domino effect'.

Scientists said the herb was able to boost blood flow to the genitals and to make testosterone levels increase – the women noticed definite improvements in their sexual desire, arousal levels, vaginal lubrication, orgasms and satisfaction in the bedroom, the study found

Scientists said the herb was able to boost blood flow to the genitals and to make testosterone levels increase – the women noticed definite improvements in their sexual desire, arousal levels, vaginal lubrication, orgasms and satisfaction in the bedroom, the study found

Researchers at the Palacios’ Institute of Women’s Health in Spain trialled the Libicare pills on post-menopausal women between the ages of 45 and 65.

Often, hormone drops may mean women who have been through the menopause lose their sex drive and suffer from vaginal dryness.

Women in the trial had their sexual desire and function measured on a questionnaire-based Female Sexual Function Index

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