23. Capsaicin

This is the spicy hot compound that gives hot peppers their spiciness and when taken as a supplement, it can help stir up the same spiciness within your pants. Several researches have attempted to study the properties of this natural chemical compound, and the results reveal that it brings about a marked increased in a man’s testosterone levels.

Even though most researches have been conducted on animals, the results nevertheless reveal a marked increase in the size of the pleasureual organs, along with a simultaneous reduction in abdominal fat. Another recent study revealed that men who devour lots of spicy meals tend to have greater testosterone levels as opposed to those who avoid spicy food.

You can enjoy capsaicin by adding more chilli powder, cayenne peppers and other hot peppers to your everyday meals. Or you can also obtain a capsaicin or cayenne supplement for effective results.

24. Maca

Maca is a traditional Peruvian plant-based herb that was immensely popular amongst the ancient Incans for its energizing and stimulating benefits. It became a rampant custom to enjoy its energizing powers before going into the battlefield or a round of pleasure. Research reveals that this stimulating herb is capable of increasing one’s appetite for pleasure, along with enhancing the body’s fertility rates and pleasureual endurance.

A medical research attempted to study the links of maca with reducing depression and psychological pleasureual ailments. The results revealed that it can really help individuals taking antidepressants and experiencing pleasureual dysfunction due to their medications by helping in reimbursing their libidos.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. there are too many herbs and vitamins and foods mentioned here that can really help you with your sexual endurance , why not try some , like oysters. I’m sure that we can do a much better ” job” next time .

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