Viagra Substitutes

Declining sexual drive is a natural occurrence in aging individuals, and while a decade ago this might have meant the death of your sex life, luckily, this is no longer true today. With the advent of modern pharmaceuticals, namely Viagra, your sex life can be as pleasurable at sixty as it was at thirty. But while Viagra may be a godsend for individuals who crave the sex life they once had, it is nonetheless a drug that has been artificially produced in the laboratory. Many people who seek the results of Viagra may wish to do so through more natural means.

There are a great many number of Viagra substitutes on the market today, and as their name suggests; these products claim to simulate the effects of Viagra, while doing so by purely natural means. The majority of these Viagra substitutes on the market are branded as being all-natural substances purified from exotic plants, the names of which most of us will not be able to recognize, much less pronounce. However, the good news is that these products are often only a fraction of the cost of brand name Viagra and believe it or not, some of them actually work.

A characteristic that may discourage buyers from purchasing particular brands of Viagra substitutes may be their uninspiring product names. I have come across various products with names such as: Horny Goat Weed, Vitamin-V, Kong, Cockstar, etc. And while these names may have you grabbing your sides at first glance, you would do well not to judge a book by its cover. Horny Goat Weed, an all-natural supplement, has proven over the years to be a very effective Viagra substitute. Of course, if you are looking to save a bit of green, one particular Viagra substitute that has been proven effective over thousands of years can be bought at the convenience of your local grocery store for mere cents. Garlic has long been used by a number of different cultures as a sexual stimulant. Garlic possesses the ability to react with nitric oxide, the same reaction that is caused by Viagra. As if that weren’t enough, garlic also has chemical properties that can prevent high blood pressure, heart disease, and artherosclerosis. The bad news is garlic breath itself may not be a natural stimulant to sexual activity. So the next time you take your date out for Italian food, remember to bring a breath mint.

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