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Introducing Libigem


Catuaba the natural ingredients


Catuaba is a medium-sized tree native to the Amazon Rain Forest that produces attractive yellow and orange flowers along with small, oval, dark yellow fruit. The Tupi Indians of Brazil have a long history of harvesting Catuaba as one of the leading therapeutic plants used in their culture. While it’s typically grown in the Amazon, Catuaba is readily available worldwide and its extensive study is beginning to show numerous beneficial qualities especially for women. Pointing down arrow

Yes, it’s a Natural Aphrodisiac

Traditional Indian cultures have always depended on Catuaba for a wide range of uses, but its ability to act as a Libido endorsing and stimulating potent aphrodisiac for both men and women appears to be its most popular claim to fame. Catuaba contains yohimbine and studies show that this is apparently the active compound that provides a stimulatory effect to the libido. [9]. Research has determined it increases dopamine levels in the brain, resulting in greater sensitivity to erogenous stimulation. What does that mean? Simple, it has side effects including create erotic dreams, heighten sexual satisfaction and orgasm intensity with regular use. Yes please.

More good mood power

Therapeutic natural supplements from the Amazon, like Maca root, Muira Puama, and Suma Root, all possess natural mood-lifting properties and Catuaba is no exception. A study from Brazil examined the effects of this plant on mood and found that it is highly effective for supporting a sense of overall well-being while promoting mental acuity and memory. [10] Women suffering from PMS will be excited to know that the Catuaba is great for supporting a normal response to stress; in other words, it’ll help you cope better with that special time of month.

Word of wisdom

If you’re thinking about supplementing with Catuaba bark extract, make sure you are using a high-quality source. Catuaba is mainly prepared from the bark of Erythroxylum vacciniifolium and Trichilia catgut, two trees that provide similar benefits. Always make sure at least one of these names are mentioned on a Catuaba supplement. EstroGem™ contains only the highest quality Catuaba prepared from Trichilia

Muira Puama

Muira Puama the natural ingredients

Muira Puama

The Tribal cultures of Brazil know Muira Pauma as “potency wood”. It has an extensive history of remedying many female-related health issues. While the entire plant can be used, the root and bark are the most common. We use the root in EstroGem™. This native Amazonian plant has shown extraordinarily promise for boosting female libido, decreasing stress, and some research indicates that the plant may even stimulate the brain. [11] Pointing down arrow

Of course it enhances Libido

Early American explorers were first attracted to Muira Puama for one of its main qualities: its reputation as a robust aphrodisiac. A study investigating its libido-boosting potential evaluated 202 healthy women with low sex drives. After one month of supplementation with Muira Puama, 65% reported improvements in Libido desire and sexual satisfaction.

Oh, and one more little fact; the women in the study also experienced more fantasies and increased orgasm intensity. [12] (Or should I say “O”)

How are you feeling?

Today’s active women have the responsibility of balancing home life with work life are usually under constant stress. We all know that the effects of this constant stress can be damaging to our health. Many in depth studies show that chronic, “bad stress” can negatively affect our immune systems, increase blood sugar and insulin levels. Muira Pauma may be helpful for reducing anxiety something that can significantly decrease emotional and mental stress. [13] The result? Better moods and a healthier, happier you.


Damiana the natural ingredients


Damiana is a shrub that tends to grow in hot and humid areas of the U.S. and well as other part of the world including Mexico. In fact, it has been used as an aphrodisiac since the age of the Mayans. It has proven itself to be one of the best herbs to use for increasing sex drive because it’s natural, and more importantly, safe. Pointing down arrow

Sex anyone?

This magical herb has long been associated with improved libido and sexual function in women. It contains compounds that directly stimulate the nervous system, blood circulation, metabolism and even the genitals. Damiana is typically used by renowned herbalist worldwide for its benefits in sexual pleasure. Through study, it seems as though long term use can increase its effectiveness and helps to regulate sex hormones in women.

Cynthia Watson, a family and integrated medical practitioner with UCLA–Santa Monica and St. Johns hospitals in Santa Monica, CA, published a book that she wrote called, Love Potions, a Guide to Aphrodisiacs and Sexual Pleasures (14). It was in this writing; Watson said she saw a rejuvenated interest in sex among women who used Damiana. “In my practice, I have found Damiana to be one of the most effective aphrodisiacs available to women;” In addition, “It is also reported to induce erotic dreams when drunk at bedtime.” [14]

Want help with your mood?

Not only does Damiana work as a stimulant, increasing stamina and Libido, It is useful for treating a lot of underlying issues that are often the root of sexual dysfunctions and low libido, like anxiety and depression. It can really help uplift a person’s overall mood and sense of well-being, and we all know how mood can affect our relationships.

Does it help with Menopause?

Glad you asked, and the answer is yes it does!

Cynthia Watson also wrote about a patient of hers whose libido had decreased in her late 50s following a bout with menopause: “After using Damiana, she felt a renewed interest in sex. I’ve had great success with Damiana in a number of cases. It’s safe and effective.” She also wrote that Damiana can balance the hormonal systems of women during menopause—reducing hot flashes. [14]




Also known as Indian ginseng, Ashwagandha is a super herb belonging to the nightshade family; the same plant family as peppers and Tomatoes. Pointing down arrow

Rev up your sex drive

“Kama Sutra, one of the oldest surviving texts on human sexuality, identifies Ashwagandha as a potent igniter of passion and desire”
It’s no secret why we included Ashwagandha in EstroGem™. The powerful effects of this super herb on the body have sparked an explosion of interest worldwide, and extensive research has reported exciting benefits for human’s; specifically its effects on mental, physical, sexual and emotional health.

Ashwagandha is known for having longevity-enhancing and sexually stimulating properties. It also has a very long reputation as an aphrodisiac. In Fact, the Kama Sutra, one of the oldest surviving texts on human sexuality, identifies Ashwagandha as a potent igniter of passion and desire. While this is certainly a huge benefit alone, its popularity with women has more to do with the way it stimulates libido and increases satisfaction. The herb may increase blood flow to the clitoris and other female sexual organs, creating an intense sexual experience.

It’s also been used in India for more than 2,500 years to vitalize and rejuvenate. Not convinced by 2500 years of history? Well, a recent modern study also reported the benefits of Ashwaganda for improving energy while having the power to invigorate. [1]

Still not convinced that Ashwagandha is a super herb? There’s more:

Feeling old and stressed?

It is known that both metabolic and emotional Stress dramatically affects aging by releasing excessive amounts of Cortisol, the body’s stress hormone. This contributes to negative effects such as muscle loss and weakness, wrinkles, and cognitive impairment. Research has found that Ashwagandha improves resistance to stress, possibly decreasing cortisol production. [2] One study of 64 individuals observed a reduction in stress and a significant decrease in cortisol levels in individuals taking Ashwaganda compared with a placebo.

Struggling with Menopause?

Ashwagandha acts on the endocrine system by encouraging hormone balance. A study involving 51 menopausal women supplementing with ashwagandha noted a significant reduction in symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats and anxiety. [3] Combine this with other hormone balancing ingredients such as Indole- 3- carbinol and it’s easy to see why you need EstroGem™ on your side.

Want to feel great again?

Ashwagandha is a known mood-enhancing herb, and research suggests that this therapeutic plant may play a potential role in fighting mood imbalance. [4] Women battling mood swings may benefit from supplementing with Ashwaghanda. This plays a major role in improving your quality of life as well as those around you. Your loved ones will notice how positive and energetic you’ve become!


maca root

Maca Root

Commonly referred to as Peruvian ginseng and considered a root vegetable, Maca has been a food staple in the Andean diet for thousands of years dating back as far as 1600 B.C. Pointing down arrow

Need Balance?

Instead of providing hormones to the body, maca works as an adaptogen, meaning it adapts and responds to different people differently based on need. Say your body is producing too much of a particular hormone, estrogen for example, maca will help regulate the production downward to put you in check. However, if you’re producing too little estrogen, it will help regulate the production upward to a healthy level. It’s all about balance!

What about Menopause?

In a recent clinical on Maca for weight loss, it was observed that women taking this amazing root enjoyed relief from many of the most common and irritating menopause symptoms, such as hot flashes, sleep disruptions, night sweats, and depression. [5]

Maca for Libido and Mood

Maca root has a centuries-long reputation for being a powerful aphrodisiac. Loaded with super charged sex supporting minerals like zinc and iodine, as well as essential fatty acids , Maca can balance sex hormones and can also improve mood. [6] Good hormones, good mood = Good night! In Fact, it’s scientifically proven in one study that Women who took Maca Root reported improved sexual experiences and satisfaction. [7]
In this same study, it was found that the daily effective dose required to achieve this was 1.5g (1500mg);  EstroGem™ contains the equivalent of 3000mg. Coincidence? I think not.


As infertility is becoming an increasing issue facing couples in today’s world, it’s no wonder why so many people today are turning to natural alternatives for improving the odds. Studies support maca’s traditional use as a fertility enhancer, especially for females, noting its amazing ability to increase serum luteinizing hormone in the pituitary gland. [8] The hormone associated with fertility, among other factors in the body.

Bottom line, Maca may help you conceive, if of course, you are trying.


Suma Root

Suma Root

Often referred to as Brazilian Ginseng, this herb is extremely popular with the native population in South America for the way it aids female hormonal balance and energises Libido. The benefits of Suma are so extensive that the indigenous people of the jungle call Suma “para todo,” which in Spanish means “for all things”. Pointing down arrow

How does it help Estrogen Levels and Libido?

In today’s world, we become increasingly overwhelmed with hormone disruptors. Recent Studies have confirmed Suma root increases levels of estradiol-17beta, the primary estrogen hormone during a woman’s reproductive years. [15] Also, Women who use this herb report more intense sexual experiences with greater satisfaction.

Need relief from PMS?

Depression, bloating, breast tenderness, irritability and mood swings are common symptoms of PMS. Sound familiar? Suma can help! Some women can handle PMS without issues. However, in most cases, the symptoms are so severe they are completely debilitating. While there is no exact “cause” of PMS, it is associated to the variable levels of estrogen and progesterone hormones before your monthly period. By helping balance your hormone levels, Suma can ease or rid of PMS symptoms like breast tenderness. What else does EstroGem™ have to help you battle the monthly nasties? Check out Black Cohosh!


black cohosh

Black Cohosh

This is a tall, perennial plant of the buttercup family. Generations of women all around the world have relied on the root of black cohosh to relieve various “female problems,” from low libido to PMS and menstrual cramps to menopause. Why did we include it in EstroGem™? Fact: It’s of the world’s most famous herbs for women! Pointing down arrow

Give your libido another boost!

Black cohosh has a reputation of being a potent aphrodisiac for women because it contains natural chemical compounds which mimic the effects of estrogen, the primary woman sex hormone. Two types of estrogen receptors in the herb, as well as a compound known as fukinolic acid have shown to be responsible for such effects.

Naturally, a fall in the level of estrogen may lead to low libido, lack of vaginal lubrication and inability to attain orgasm. Black Cohosh many help treat such problems of sexual arousal as well as help sex be more enjoyable.

If the hormones in a woman’s body are not in correct balance, she may be subject to excessive bleeding, sparse or absence of bleeding, PMS and menstrual cramps. By relieving such irregularities, black cohosh may help in promoting reproductive health which is crucial for sexual energy, Libido and pleasure.

It’s Also for Menopause

As estrogen levels decline in a woman’s body during middle age, she may experience hot flashes, sweats, vaginal dryness, headache, dizziness, depressive mood, and other hormone related symptoms as a result. Nasty stuff! But we can help and so can this wonder herb! Black cohosh provides powerful plant compounds called phytoestrogens that mimic the effects of estrogen, which governs the menstrual cycle and declines after menopause. By binding to hormone receptors in the uterus, breast, and other parts of the body, symptoms of menopause may be drastically reduced.

Imagine all this without the harmful side effects or chemical dependency of SHT (synthetic hormone treatment) While Black Cohosh mimics the effects of estrogen, it’s not estrogen. For those who fear hormone replacement therapy, this should offer peace of mind.

Your Period ( .)

Black Cohosh was long used by Native Americans as a remedy for painful menstrual periods. It has amazing anti muscle spasm properties that can lessen those horrible cramps during your special time of month. In fact, by possibly increasing blood flow to the uterus; it can lessen the intensity of those super “ouch” cramps (you know the ones) It also relieves nerves, irritability and bloating while offering relief of minor depression and mood swings.

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Vitamin A

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is essential for female sex hormone production. Also, for normal reproductive cycles in women adequate availability of Vitamin A is necessary.


Vitamin E

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is notoriously referred to as the “Sex Vitamin” and is sure to up your sex game. It increases blood flow and oxygen to your genitalia. It also is a key player in the production of your sex hormones to give you a huge Libido boost. It’s also an anti-aging antioxidant, which helps with your youthfulness and vitality


Vitamin C

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is important for the synthesis of estrogen and other hormones that play an important part in your sexuality, fertility, and in aiding your Libido. These hormones are estrogen, androgen, and progesterone. Vitamin C also strengthens your immune system, keeps your joints limber, and protects against day-to-day stress. In today’s day and age, we can all use a little more help with stress.


Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)

Thiamine enhances circulation which allows blood to flow not only to your heart but below the waist as well. It improves the body’s ability to withstand stress, which is one reason why B vitamins are often called the “anti-stress” vitamins. It also Boosts energy levels and is needed for optimizing brain function. We all know foreplay begins with our minds (at least for us gals) and a little more energy in the bedroom can go a long way. Also, want to look and feel sexy? B1 has antioxidant affects, which can protect our bodies from aging. The younger we feel and look, the more confident and sexy we are.


Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)

Vitamin B2 is essential for our body functions and helps in the processing of amino acids and fats. It is required for breaking down carbohydrates and metabolizing the food we eat (If we are not properly metabolizing the food, we are storing it, usually as fat).

Riboflavin plays a major role in the production of energy. Since it is a water-soluble vitamin, it cannot be stored in the body and should be replenished daily. It also doubles up as an antioxidant, which has the glorious side effects of slowing down aging. It does this by facilitating the use of oxygen by the tissues of our hair, skin and nails keeping us looking young, vibrant and sexy.


Vitamin B3

Vitamin B3

Vitamin B3 is necessary for energy metabolism, especially anaerobic metabolism which is associated with short, intense bursts of energy like those during love making. It also aids in with enzyme reactions and for nerve health and the maintenance of beautiful skin. This can actually help to enhance your skin’s tactile sensation, making each touch feel that much more exhilarating. Vitamin B3 also enhances sexual flush. This increases blood flow to your genitals and intensifies your orgasm. B3 is also involved in the synthesis of sex hormones, affecting how your body uses those hormones.


Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 is a libido enhancer because it helps in controlling elevated prolactin. It also aids in estrogen function, as well as production of red blood cells, serotonin, and dopamine. It is thought that serotonin can affect mood, social behavior, sleep, and Libido as well as sexual function. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that helps control the brain’s reward and pleasure centers (enough said). B6 also-Helps to reduce symptoms of PMS and acts as a mild diuretic to help expel retained water. Be honest, when was the last time you wanted to get your groove on when feeling bloated?


Folic Acid

Folic Acid

Folic acid is a key vitamin when it comes to making babies. If you are looking to get pregnant, both you and your spouse should make sure you are getting enough. Folic acid supplements have also been used to help treat depression and enhance antidepressant drugs. Folic acid is also believed to play a part in enhancing mood.


Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 enhances your libido and is needed so that your body can manufacture red blood cells, support the normal function of your nerve cells and it is also an energy booster. More energy equals more sex! Lucky for you, it also stimulates secretion of histamine needed for an intense orgasm.

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Reference & Studies

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6. Brooks NA, Wilcox G, Walker KZ, Ashton JF, Cox MB, Stojanovska L. Beneficial effects of Lepidium meyenii (Maca) on psychological symptoms and measures of sexual dysfunction in postmenopausal women are not related to estrogen or androgen content. Menopause. 2008 November-December; 15(6):1157-62. doi: 10.1097/gme.0b013e3181732953.

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