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The Medical Community Now Recognizes the Value of Herbs

From the Desk of Dr. Karen Vieira:

Women interested in enhancing libido, lubrication and overall sexual pleasure will find Vigorelle™ to be the safe and effective solution they need. Combining a unique blend of herbal and natural food-based topical ingredients, Vigorelle™ is truly the next generation of sexual enhancement for women.

The formula begins with L-Arginine, helping to restore proper blood flow to the vaginal region and to increase relaxation, which is necessary for restored sexual desire. Ginkgo biloba also increases blood flow and oxygenation to act as a sexual stimulant. Damiana, Wild Yam Root and Suma support sexual response via enhancing vaginal lubrication and improving hormone levels.

Vitamins A, C and E are strong antioxidants to support improved circulation and healing to the genital tissues.

A blend of natural oils and lubrications, including nourishing aloe vera, highly-absorbable olive oil compounds and moisturizing shea butter create a soothing environment. Additionally, peppermint helps improve skin absorption of the other ingredients.

With a lowered sexual response due to aging, stress and a less than optimal diet, many women can really use a boost in the bedroom. Vigorelle is a topical solution that significantly increases pleasure by optimizing several sexual health parameters, including blood flow, oxygenation, relaxation, hormone balance and lubrication. Vigorelle™ has a minty fresh smell with a smooth consistency and a long-lasting sensation. It may be the perfect solution for couples who have a lack of sexual fulfillment due to her lack of libido and sexual enjoyment.

Vigorelle is safe and has no significant side effects. It is a topical sexual enhancement product that I recommend to all women interested in a boost in libido and sexual pleasure.

Dr. Karen Vieira
PhD, MSM


Medical doctors have traditionally been reluctant to embrace natural and herbal healing, though the use of herbal mixtures dates from the earliest written records, the Ayurvedic texts.

Why? First, doctors trained decades ago weren't taught about herbal or natural healing in medical school, and many don't wish to take the time now to learn about it or even take it seriously once they're practicing. Instead, they would often simply dismiss natural healing - even though herbal and natural methods are the basis of much of today's modern medicine in North America and around the globe.

Second, doctors and patients have a curious relationship to pharmaceutical companies - doctors are used to prescribing something to nearly everyone they see, and in fact, most patients demand it. Patients want a cure, and now because they have seen it on the Internet or television, or heard it announced on radio, can often specifically name a medicine. Doctors prescribe what their pharmaceutical salesmen have presented to them. In this scenario, there is no room for herbal or natural healing.

But this has changed, and will only continue to revolutionize the practice of 21st century medicine.

Now there is a growing body of scientific research to back up the time-honored herbal remedies. It has only been from the 1950s onwards that analytical techniques were sufficiently advanced to allow the identification of active constituents in individual herbs. Subsequently, human studies were undertaken with standardized extracts of single as well as polyherbal formulations to demonstrate efficacy in double-blind clinical trials.

Today's doctors take natural remedies seriously, study herbal formulas in clinical trials, and regularly recommend specific natural methods. In addition, doctors are endorsing the use of herbs to enhance sexual function. Clinical trials over the past decades support this use and clearly and scientifically demonstrate the benefits.

Now the Medical Community actively prescribes herbs and natural healing, combined with the newest scientific advances, to promote your optimum health today.

Vigorelle™ increases a Woman's Sexual Energy, Stamina and Endurance.”

According to a study conducted by the Women's Health Initiative, of more than 27,000 women between 50 and 79:

  • Women want more sex with age and don't accept that the female libido simply decreases after menopause
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) had little impact on sexual frequency
  • Many senior women have sex regardless of pain
  • Sexual function appears to be a case of 'use it or lose it'
  • Roughly one in three women suffer from dryness

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