Horny Equals Healthy – Boost Your Sex Drive with These 6 Best Herbs and 5 Positive Habits

Posted by on January 3, 2018 in Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex with 0 Comments

By Jordan Gray | Jordan Gray Consulting

Your sex drive is a good overall indicator of how healthy you are. If you are a male and you aren’t waking up with regular erections (especially if you’re a male under 50 years old), then that can be an issue.

The happier your body is the more sexual desire it will have.


Remember… “Horny equals healthy.”

I’ve been writing a lot more about health, wellness, and libido/testosterone levels this past year, and this is one of the most frequently requested topics in regards to sex drive and general health.

As always, with any supplementation, you want to make sure that you’re listening to your body.

Some people respond to certain supplements more than others, and the dose that you need on any given day/week will vary at different stages in your life.

While I give a general starting amount suggestion with each of the following six supplements, always ensure that you are listening to your body first and foremost. For example, some people might need to take 15-20 pine pollen tablets over the course of a week to feel any significant sexual charge, and some people might only need 2-3. It’s always a personal issue. So make sure you’re looking inwards for your answers as to how much of these supplements you should be taking.


Boost Your Testosterone By Balancing Your Hormones Naturally First

While I do consider altering your testosterone levels with natural supplements a natural process, before I get into the specific supplements that you can use to boost your sex drive, I believe that it’s imperative to go over a few key lifestyle factors first.

In many cases, simply doing the following five tips will balance your hormones to the degree that your sex drive will come back online/be boosted naturally and you won’t need to supplement at all. But if you’ve been doing the following five things and not noticing much of an uptick, then I encourage you to incorporate the lifestyle factors and dabble with supplementation as well. Let’s get into it.

1. Sleep well

Regular, quality sleep is essential to a happy body, mind, and libido.

Prioritize your sleep by sleeping in a slightly cool room, at the same time each night, with as little light in the room as possible.

Wind down a few hours before bed, limit screen times, and buy blackout curtains for your room if need be.

Getting 8-9 hours of sleep is of the utmost importance when it comes to boosting your sex drive because your testosterone only produces during the night.

2. Eat clean

Eat a largely plant-based diet. Drink lots of water. Don’t eat too much refined sugar/white flour/bullshit, or overly processed foods. Drink green smoothies.

For testosterone production, you especially want to ensure that you’re eating an ample amount of healthy fats (avocados, pecans, almonds, coconut oil, etc.), and foods rich in vitamins B and D (fish, eggs, cheese), vitamin C (oranges, peppers, kale, strawberries), and zinc (spinach, shrimp, flax seeds, kidney beans).

Reduce stress

Our bodies are wise. When you’re stressed, one of the first things to take a hit is your sex drive. That’s right… high levels of stress are a major driver of low testosterone levels.

It’s as if, evolutionarily, your body knows that you’re not in the fittest position to raise kids when you’re feeling overwhelmed by life.

To curb chronic stress, ensure that:

– You’re doing work that you love in the world

– You are getting regular aerobic exercise

– You are getting ample amounts of sleep

– You aren’t slamming 3+ cups of coffee per day (your hormones don’t respond particularly well to being constantly slammed with stimulants)

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