How Provestra™ Works
Provestra's™ unique, proprietary blend of herbals, nutrients, and aphrodisiacs acts to gently and naturally correct imbalances that can interfere with your enjoyment and interest in sexual intimacy.
Just take the single, daily supplement...
... And within 30 days, you'll start to notice that sensations are heightened, responses and lubrication are improved, and your overall sex drive has increased. We guarantee it -- or your money back!
Provestra's™ propriety blend of herbs and nutritional supplements includes:
- Indole-3-Carbinol (I3C)
- Ginkgo biloba
- Damiana Leaf
- Black Cohosh Root
- Red Raspberry
- Licorice Root
- Ginger Root
- Valerian Root
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin E
- B-Complex Vitamins
- Folic Acid
- Calcium Carbonate
L-Arginine is one of 20 naturally occurring amino acids that play two key roles in women's sexual functioning:
- It is a precursor to nitric oxide, which increases blood flow to your extremities -- in particular your clitoris and vagina! It also causes relaxation and dilation of blood vessels... all of which ease your path to total body sexual arousal.
- It can also aid in the release of important Human Growth Hormone from your pituitary gland, which plays a key role in increased sexual functioning, improved desire, and speedier arousal, as well as improving your overall energy and immunity.
Other benefits of L-Arginine include the removal of ammonia from the body, liver detoxification, wound healing, and immunity to illnesses. Plus, it's also an important component of collagen, skin, and connective tissues.
Think chocolate is sexy? Plenty of women find they get a "high" of sorts eating chocolate. And it's theobromine that gives chocolate this aphrodisiacal, feel-good quality.
Like caffeine, theobromine is a mild stimulant that gives you an extra burst of energy and awareness through dilation of the bronchi in the lungs, increasing your oxygen consumption.
However, at the same time it also acts as a relaxant, dilating blood vessels and reducing blood pressure.
So it doesn't cause you to feel "jittery" or "crash" like caffeine or other stimulants.
And there's certainly nothing new about the use of theobromine as an aphrodisiac. It was being used over 4000 years ago by the Aztecs to prepare physically and spiritually for battle -- as well as sex!
If you're not eating your veggies, you may benefit from supplementation of Indole-3-Carbinol, which naturally occurs in cruciferous vegetables like cabbage, broccoli, brussel sprouts, and kale.
Early research shows that Indole-3-Carbinol may be beneficial in staving off certain forms of cancer.
But in terms of your sex drive, it also plays a key role in helping your body to naturally balance out excess estrogen.
It's becoming more and more common for women to be literally overloaded with estrogen -- and this is a KEY CAUSE of loss of interest in and enjoyment of sex!
Used in Asia for more than 5000 years to increase libido, Ginseng is highly regarded for its aphrodisiacal properties.
As well, it's shown to improve mental and physical performance, increase concentration and information retention, boost immunity, combat depression, decrease appetite, lower blood glucose levels, and relieve the symptoms of menopause.
You may be familiar with Ginkgo biloba as a supplement for improving mental acuity.
But did you know it's also been used by the Chinese for centuries to improve sexual function through increased blood flow, increasing orgasms and overall sexual satisfaction?
To observe the full benefits of Ginkgo biloba, you must plan to supplement for several months.
Damiana is a wild shrub, native to Central America, Mexico, South America, and the Caribbean. The leaves have been traditionally used by native people to make a tea, known for its aphrodisiac effects.
For women, damiana stimulates muscular contractions of the intestinal tract and delivers oxygen to the genital area, increasing the sensitivity of the clitoris.
It balances female hormone levels, reduces vaginal dryness, increases the frequency and intensity of orgasms, and controls hot flashes.
It's also said to relieve anxiety, depression, headaches, and exhaustion during menstruation.
Black cohosh is a herb that's been used by Native North American's for hundreds of years to help treat menopausal symptoms like hot flashes and vaginal dryness.
It's known to stimulate estrogen-like activity in the body and has been prescribed for conditions related to female reproduction including infertility, heavy menstruation, cramps, inflammation of the uterus or ovaries, and even the relief of labor pains.
Red raspberry has been used by women for hundreds of years to strengthen the reproductive system -- toning and regulating uterine muscles.
It's also said to alleviate heavy cramping during menstruation, reduce symptoms of PMS, alleviate hot flashes during menopause, and help to naturally balance estrogen.
Herbalists recommend licorice root for its ability to cleanse and detoxify your liver -- which, believe it or not, processes sex hormones!
Licorice root helps to reduce fluid retention, breast tenderness, bloating, mood swings, and counteracts depression. Plus it's said to strengthen the adrenal glands, boosting energy while reducing the effects of stress.
Ginger has been considered an aphrodisiac for centuries through Asia because of its ability to stimulate the circulatory system, increasing blood flow and making erogenous zones hypersensitive.
It's even mentioned in the Kama Sutra!
Valerian root has been used for centuries to promote relaxation of the central nervous system, create a sense of calmness, and reduce overall levels of anxiety and stress.
It's also a popular sleep aid, combating insomnia.
While this ancient Chinese medicine is a popular cold remedy, it's the phytoestrogens that it contains that should interest women.
It's one of nature's highest sources of mild plant estrogens that help to balance your hormones and control menopausal symptoms.
Vitamin A does more than just keep your eyes healthy.
It's responsible for the health of the epithelial tissues that line both the internal and external surfaces of the body. Which means it not only helps your skin say soft, plump, and youthful looking -- it's also responsible for the health of the lining in your vagina and uterus!
Vitamin A is essential for healthy reproductive functioning as it's thought to help regulate the synthesis of the sex hormone progesterone.
Deficiencies in Vitamin A are linked to an overall decrease in the production of sex hormones.
Vitamin C does more than keep seasonal colds at bay.
It is involved in the synthesis of sex hormones including androgen, estrogen, and progesterone. It helps build collagen, which gives your skin its elasticity and is therefore useful for overcoming vaginal dryness. Plus, it can also help retain the elasticity of your urinary tract and prevent leakage or stress incontinence.
For younger women, it can help control excessive and often uncomfortable menstrual flow. And for menopausal women, it can help to control hot flashes.
Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin with antioxidant properties.
It helps to reduce the toxic effects of excessive estrogen. And it's required for the synthesis of hormones.
Like Vitamin C, it's reported to help improve vaginal dryness as well as relief hot flashes.
It also has additional benefits for the cardiovascular system.
(Includes B-1, B-2, B-3, B-5, B-6, and B-12.)
The B-complex vitamins B-1 (thiamin), B-2 (riboflavin) and B-3 (niacin) are all required for the maintenance of a healthy sex drive. They help to increase energy, improve blood flow and circulation, plus they participate in the synthesis of sex hormones.
Vitamins B-5, B-6, and B-12 are also important for counteracting the negative affects of stress and balancing hormone levels. They can help to relieve anxiety, tension, irritability and poor concentration.
Both children and adults need folate for the production of healthy, normal red and white blood cells and to prevent anemia.
As well, folate deficiencies are directly associated with infertility and the development of neural tube defects in fetuses. Women planning a pregnancy should make sure they're getting plenty of folic acid -- both through diet AND supplementation!
Folic acid also helps you metabolize protein, and therefore gives you more energy!
Biotin is necessary for cell growth, the production of fatty acids, and the metabolism of fats and amino acids.
It's involved in various metabolic reactions, and helps to transfer carbon dioxide. It's helpful in maintaining a consistent blood sugar level.
And it's often recommended for strengthening hair and nails.
Every woman knows that calcium supplementation is recommended to reduce your risk of developing osteoporosis.
However, did you know that calcium is also necessary for the normal functioning of muscles and nerves, as well as the normal clotting of blood?
Because while ninety-nine percent of the body's calcium is stored in the bones and teeth, it has other important uses in the body -- including for muscle contraction! Orgasm anyone?
Iron is necessary for your body to produce hemoglobin, a substance in red blood cells that allows them to carry oxygen.
Without enough iron, you can become anemic, leaving you tired, weak, and pale. Iron also helps to regulate heavy menstrual periods.
Zinc plays an important role in our sexual development and maintenance. It supports adrenal activity, combats the effect of stress on the body, boosts immunity, and increases sexual stamina!
It's also an essential mineral needed for the production of testosterone!
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