Zanes's and GG's meandering waffling.
Zane, sorry I didn’t realise you had posted about pharmaceutical grade fish oil at thunders before. I haven’t been here for some months now. I have posted at thunder’s several times in the past about the importance of only using pharmaceutical grade fish oil.
I use to take pharm grade fish oil but it was too expensive because the company only soled it in capsules and it is the only company selling pharm grade in the UK. My plan has been to ship it at wholesale price from the US or pharm grade seal oil from alaska. I remember my moods and concentration being improved when on pharm grade oil but placebo affects can’t be ruled out. For me the physiological health benefits are more important than any psychological health benefits.
Something else that might improve your labido is ginseng. Different types of ginseng have different physiological affects. I use panax. The powder is terrible. The stuff that comes either as liquid extract or gel is much more affective. Ginseng should be cycled. It is not meant to be used continuously.
Tribulus and epimedium (horny goat weed) increase female labido aswel as male. I have heard of women entering menopause deciding to use testosterone instead of estrogen for HRT. Although it is very important to keep testosterone levels fairly low in women, compared to male levels anyway, so that virlization does not take place. A little bit of testosterone in women goes a long way. The alternative would be to take an anabolic steroid that has been designed to have less virilizing affects than androgenic steroids (testosterone).
Have you tried big doses of evening primrose oil? If so, did you find that it lowered your testosterone and labido from it’s heady heights or further increased it? It’s meant to balance hormone levels in women but what the correct balance for women is is open to debate.
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Last edited by Gottagrow : 09-13-2005 at .