Maca and Libido! Who Knew!!
Pelvic Rehab Health - My One-Year Lioness Vibrator Experiment - Why Vibrators Matter
Here are some of the most well known health benefits of Maca:
1) Potential to increase libido: There is some scientific evidence to support this claim.There was a study back in 2002 that reported that men who took 1.5 or 3 grams (g) of maca per day experienced increased libido compared to those who received a placebo.
Pepper it Up!
I tried the Lioness smart vibrator for 1 year – here’s why I love it
This one is for all the women out there who love orgasms, love to deeply understand their bodies, and love to evolve their pleasure range. It’s also for all the women who have had hysterectomies or any pelvic floor surgeries and desires to heal and have incredible orgasms again!
And it’s for women in menopause who may have challenging GSM issues or conditions that diminish their former sexual pleasure.
For the past year, I’ve been doing an experiment. And now finally, I can give a huge shoutout to Lioness – what I now call the TESLA of vibrators. I tested several vibrators, but this smart vibrator is by far my favorite and I can’t wait to tell you why.
Power of Peppermint!
Black Pepper~Another seasonal favorite of mine! Besides spicing up our food and warming and relaxing our digestive system did you know that Black Pepper is one of the highest carriers of a dietary cannabinoid, β-Caryophyllene? β-Caryophyllene is the primary sesquiterpene contributing to the spiciness of black pepper; it is also a major constituent of cloves, hops, rosemary, copaiba, and cannabis.
Melaleuca ~ Cleansing & Clearing
I don’t leave home without this versatile, powerful oil in my purse! Seriously, I am not kidding. It is my belief to start first with nature’s own remedies before going to pharmaceutics. Like Oregano, this oil is profound in its healing abilities and is one of the oldest and most highly regarded healing herbs on the planet. It too can be ingested and used topically for meaningful healing results.
Oregano ~ Packs a Punch
No surprise Melaleuca, aka "tea tree", is on my seasonal favorites list for oils - primarily for its disinfectant and KILLER antiseptic qualities. In Australia, before the invention of penicillin, Melaleuca oil was used extensively by the Aborigines for its anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-viral compounds. It has 12x the power of phenol and is highly effective in alleviating seasonal colds and viruses. This oil is a powerful, purifying, antiseptic solvent, which means it breaks the oil, dirt, and debris that builds up under our skin and contaminates our bodies.
In the plant-based healing world, oregano is often touted as one of the most powerful herbs available to us for keeping ourselves and families healthy! It has been used for centuries for a reason. A natural antibiotic and strong antioxidant, oregano is commonly used in natural remedies for colds, coughs, croup, asthma, bronchitis, congestion, sinus pain, sinusiis, soar throats, flu as well for for gastrointestinal (GI) disorders, candida, heartburn and bloating and some skin conditions like psoriasis. It is even thought to assist with increasing the flow of bile aiding our digestion.