Ginsenoside Rg1 is one of the active ingredients in ginseng, a popular sex supplement. Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences found that Rg1 was a powerful sexual stimulant in mice. Rg1 increased mounting and pelvic thrusting by 20 percent. It also increased blood testosterone, nitric oxide (important for increasing blood flow), and nerve stimulation to the penis.
Many athletes take supplemental testosterone or anabolic steroids (testosterone-like drugs) in the hope of increasing strength, muscle mass, appearance, and physical performance. The health, legal, and ethical problems associated with steroids outweigh their benefits. Men are better off maximizing testosterone levels naturally.
An antioxidant supplement containing propionyl-carnitine, arginine, and niacin (EAC) improved the effectiveness of Viagra in 68 percent of men suffering from erection problems.
A Canadian study of people using a London dating agency showed that women preferred men who were kind and generous.
A Harvard University study by Ernani Rhoden and Abraham Morgentaler showed that testosterone supplements increased erection capacity, sex drive, energy, and mood in nearly two-thirds of men during a 12-month study.
Ginsenoside Rg1 may be an effective component in sex supplements. The supplement works like the prescription drug Viagra to increase blood flow to the penis.
More than 50 percent of men would ditch a woman who became overweight, compared with only 20 percent of women.
About 78 percent of men and women watch porno movies today, versus 40 percent in 1983.
“Is that a gun in your pocket, or are you just glad to see me?” Mae West said what women have thought since time immortal: the penis is central to male/female attraction.
Scientists from Rutgers University using MRI found a sexual treasure map of the female brain.
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