Female aphrodisiac formulas are flying off the shelves. Women are experiencing an epidemic of low libido, poor arousal responses, and inability to reach orgasm, and so both women and their partners are desperately looking for female aphrodisiacs that can help.
The most common herbs used in female aphrodisiac products often include Yohimbe, Tongat Ali, Epimedium, Catuba, Muira Puama, and Maca. Many of these are also used in formulas for males. These herbal aphrodisiacs have been proven though numerous studies internationally to have some effect on libido problems.
These herbal approaches to female aphrodisiacs have only one real drawback: they are nervous system stimulants (except for Maca), and can lead to high blood pressure. This makes them dangerous for anyone who already has hypertension (high blood pressure), heart problems, diabetes, anxiety and panic attacks, or even bipolar disease.
Unfortunately, many women searching for a good female aphrodisiac are overcome with stress and anxiety, which are major contributing factors to low libido. These are exactly the people who should be extremely cautious in using any stimulant, even if it increases libido.