• Her Libido Gummies
    Her Libido GummiesHer Libido Gummies
    Her Libido Gummies

    An everyday herbal supplement that helps you reconnect with your vitality and sex drive at any age. Designed to help women, especially those in perimenopause or menopause, feel balanced and lit from within.

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    • His Libido Gummies
      His Libido GummiesHis Libido Gummies
      His Libido Gummies
      An everyday herbal supplement for feeling like yourself: vigorous, strong, and ready for intimacy.
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    • Arousal Oil
      Arousal OilArousal Oil
      Arousal Oil

      A hemp oil-based lubricant to help you get more pleasure from intimate moments.

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    • Intimacy Oil
      Intimacy OilIntimacy Oil
      Intimacy Oil

      A minimalist hemp oil-based lubricant for more comfortable and luxurious intimate experiences.

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    Results that speak for themselves

    • Kristen O.

      "The first time I took the gummy I noticed a difference in my desire and drive. I didn’t expect to notice anything after one dose but I did. The oil is very nice also. Especially the arousal oil. It is nice to have something more natural to use."

    • Ryan S.

      "I was skeptical but I must say, I'm very happy with these gummies! Love the taste, but love how they make me feel! Balances me out and helps me get in the mood much easier."

    • Laurie S.

      "Smooth, non irritating, smells fresh and warm. We love it and will never go without it!"

    • Emily D.

      "I have been taking this product for almost two months and I have seen an overall increase in my libido and I very excited and grateful. I do not love the flavor of the gummies, but I don't see that as a reason to not use a product that works."

    • Mark R.

      "These are really good products that work as promised"

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    FAQ's

    Can certain medicines affect sexual wellness?

    Yes, certain medicines can affect sexual wellness. Some medications, such as antidepressants (SSRIs), antihistamines, and blood pressure medications, may cause side effects that impact sexual desire, arousal, or function. If you experience changes in sexual wellness while taking medication, it's essential to discuss your concerns with a healthcare professional to explore possible solutions or alternative treatments.

    Are lubricants safe to use?

    Yes, high-quality lubricants are safe to use and can enhance comfort and pleasure during sexual activities. Look for water-based or silicone-based lubricants, as they are less likely to cause irritation.

    What should I do if I'm experiencing persistent sexual issues?

    If you're facing persistent sexual issues, consider seeking help from a healthcare professional or a certified sex therapist. They can provide personalized guidance and support.

    What are some natural ways to boost libido?

    Some natural ways to boost libido include regular exercise, a balanced diet, managing stress, getting enough sleep, and trying aphrodisiac foods like oysters, dark chocolate, and avocados.

    Can age affect sexual wellness and desire?

    Yes, age can impact sexual wellness and desire. Hormonal changes, physical health issues, and emotional factors can influence sexual function and desire as people age. However, maintaining a healthy lifestyle and open communication with a partner can help address these changes.

    How can I address performance anxiety related to sexual activities?

    Performance anxiety can affect sexual wellness and confidence. Communicating openly with a partner about fears and expectations, focusing on pleasure rather than performance, and seeking professional support if needed can be helpful.

    What should I do if my partner and I have mismatched libidos?

    Having mismatched libidos is a common challenge in relationships. Open communication, understanding each other's needs, and exploring solutions together can help bridge the gap and maintain a fulfilling and satisfying intimate life. Consider seeking professional advice if necessary.

    Can birth control methods affect sexual wellness?

    Yes, some birth control methods, particularly hormonal ones, can influence sexual desire and lubrication. If you experience changes in sexual well-being due to birth control, consider discussing alternative options with a healthcare provider.

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