Understanding Sexual Health Supplements

Understanding Sexual Health Supplements

Your sexual well-being can impact various areas of your life, but for many of us, it’s at the bottom of our self-care to-do list and at the very bottom of our mindshare.


Often we attribute “not being in the mood” to general life stressors, and often this is true. But we never flip it on it’s head…. what do we mean by this?

It’s no secret that an orgasm can be incredibly powerful to improving your day, your mood, your health, your relationships, but why not prioritize this first? Rather than leaving your sexual health last?

According to the CDC, sexual health is “a state of physical, emotional, mental, and social well-being in relation to sexuality.” It is often assumed to be the lack of disease and dysfunction, but it’s so much more than that. It’s a positive and attentive approach to your sexuality and the sexual relationship(s) in your life. It also includes taking the steps necessary to practice safe and enjoyable sex. And this might mean taking some steps to ensure your body is always in the right mindset, heart set, and physical set.

Let’s look at the ‘omg’ formula for example, this proprietary herbal blend of horny goat weed and maca supports a healthy libido and increases sexual desire. So rather than rely on being in the exact mood, how about actively ensuring you are in the right mood? No what we mean?

Horny goat weed has been used for thousands of years to stimulate female hormones. Similarly, in more recent clinical studies, maca has been shown to increase desire in both men and women (after eight weeks of consistent use). So why not set your sexual health and desires up for success? There are so many factors working against us in the day to day, let’s do you best to give ourselves a little help.

Another option is the omega yummy gummy. We love this gummy so much because it gives us the right combination of omega-3s — a mix of omega 3-6-9 (Alpha-Linolenic Acid, Linoleic Acid, and Oleic Acid). These amazing omegas will help”

  • raise dopamine levels in your brain to trigger arousal;
  • increase female lubrication;
  • and improve circulation and feelings of sensation by fighting plaque in the arteries


Once you start focusing on your sexual health… your happiness and immunity will improve


Sexual pleasure (either alone or with a partner) lowers cortisol (the stress hormone) and raises oxytocin (the feel-good hormone). Not only does sex count as exercise, but it also improves your cardiovascular health and reduces your blood pressure.

Plus, an orgasm brings a release of endorphins and serotonin, which can help relieve pain. One study even suggests that masturbation may be an effective treatment for migraines.

Another study revealed that a higher frequency of sexual activity led to better immunity. Researchers found that college students who had sex more than once or twice a week had notably higher levels of salivary immunoglobulin A (SIgA) than less sexually active students. SIgA is a defense of the mucous membrane that directly attacks microorganisms, thus reducing infections.

Feeling good and balanced drives our happiness, and a healthy libido plays an important role  in those gratifying feelings. We’ve long known that poor overall health can negatively impact sexual health, but recent studies show that the reverse correlation is also true: Regular and satisfying sexual activity plays an integral role in the quality of life and overall physical health.

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