Do Libido Gummies Work?

How effective are libido gummies? It's an important for those who have low libido. Here's everything to know about the effectiveness of sex gummies.

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by The Promescent Team Last updated 01/23/2023

Do libido gummies work

Do libido gummies work? It’s an important question for many who are interested in boosting their libido.

Struggling with low libido can affect relationships, emotional well-being, and physical health for both men and women. Solutions are available out there that range from doctor-prescribed medication to over-the-counter (OTC) solutions.

Quick FAQs

Libido gummies are a sexual wellness supplement designed to boost the libido.

Some common ingredients in libido gummies include L-arginine, Ginkgo Biloba, and Tribulus Terrestris.

Research has shown some ingredients in sex gummies can help provide hormone balance, which in theory, can help boost sex drive.

Libido gummies are one of the newer OTC sexual wellness products on the market. Some sex-drive boosting gummies are designed to work for both men and women, but how do they work?

What are libido gummies?

According to research, a third of women experience low libido. When it comes to men, one study shows that 1 in 20 reports low sex drive and libido.

Libido gummies are specifically designed to improve libido and amp up your sex drive. The supplements use natural ingredients that work with the body to increase the production of sex hormones.

For men, libido gummies may make getting and maintaining an erection quicker and easier. Women who take the gummy supplement report increased arousal and vaginal lubrication.

Not all gummies that treat low libido work the same way, and some may fall short of expectations. That is why it's important to check the labeling of any supplement for the ingredients and the intended result.

What causes low libido?

Regardless of gender, your mental, emotional, and physical health can affect your libido. Some causes of low libido include:

  • Relationship issues such as unresolved conflict and a lack of trust
  • Health problems such as arthritis, cancer, and high blood pressure
  • Surgeries that negatively affect sex drive and self esteem
  • Life changes such as pregnancy, family illness or death, and job loss
  • Poor lifestyle habits such as excessive drinking and illicit drug use

Hormonal changes

One of the most common reasons for reduced sexual desire in men and women is hormone changes.

As men age, the hormone testosterone begins to decrease. Testosterone is what maintains a male's sex drive, sperm production, muscle hair, and bone health. 

For women, they generally start experiencing hormone changes during menopause. When the transition occurs, estrogen levels drop, which can cause a loss of interest in sex and lead to vaginal dryness.

Sexual health supplements like libido gummies are designed to balance hormones in men and women, and thus restore sex drive.

What ingredients are in libido gummies?

Some of the main ingredients in most sex gummies include:

  • L-Arginine
  • Ginkgo Biloba
  • Maca Muira Puama
  • Tongkat Ali

Some ingredients have supporting evidence that they can treat issues with libido.

One study shows that sexual wellness products containing Tribulus Terrestris improve natural lubrication, desire, the arousal process, orgasm, and overall sexual satisfaction.

The FDA doesn't back claims of enhancing female libido or intensifying orgasms. Keep in mind that no one supplement works for everyone, and there are not-so-good products on the market. 

Always check out online reviews to better weigh the pros and cons of libido gummies.

Do libido gummies work?

Some men and women see changes in their sexual desire and drive within days, while others don't feel any improvement. Making sex gummy supplements part of your daily routine is crucial for the best results.

The effects of libido-boosting gummies differ from person to person. Some that have been reported included:

  • Boosting stamina and sex drive.
  • Increasing hardness of an erection.
  • Increasing natural lubrication for women.
  • Enhancing bedroom performance.

Do they work for men?

Men struggling with low libido often have difficulty producing or maintaining an erection when physically touched or aroused. And if hardness is achieved, it is short-lived.

Low testosterone is one of the primary causes of low libido in men. Some sex gummies contain natural ingredients that work to boost the production of the testosterone hormone, and in theory, could improve erectile function. 

Do they work for women?

Hormonal changes during menopause sometimes cause low libido in women. Sex gummy ingredients, such as fenugreek, have been found to be effective in improving estrogen levels in women, helping to boost sexual desire.

How long does it take to work?

It may take up to a few weeks to see any difference in sexual desire.  Label instructions generally recommend taking sex supplements daily to achieve the best possible outcome. 

Every libido gummy has a different formulation, so following the dosage on the supplement's label is essential.

Side effects of libido gummies

Libido gummies are safe to take for most people. But as with any supplement, they can have side effects.

If you experience any adverse reaction, stop using libido gummies. Make sure there are no ingredients listed in the product that you’re allergic to. Some potential side effects include:

Men

  • flushing of the face
  • headache
  • indigestion
  • changes in vision
  • congestion
  • back pain

Women

  • gastric distress
  • headache
  • dizziness
  • fainting
  • fatigue
  • dry mouth

Are libido gummies safe?

Before taking libido gummies, you will need to consider the brand's safety, any underlying health issues, and possible risk factors.

  • Do not use it if pregnant or nursing.
  • Avoid combining recreational drugs and excessive alcohol
  • Cardiovascular issues
  • Liver disease
  • Possible prescription drug interaction

Avoid buying low-cost libido boosters from bar bathrooms or gas stations. Cheap supplements will likely not work and can be dangerous to ingest.

Once you've ruled out any interactions, underlying conditions, or allergic reactions, libido gummies will likely be safe to take to increase sexual urge and desire.

What other ways low libido can be treated?

If libido gummies or pills don't work for you, there are other alternatives out there to spark sexual desire. Those alternatives include:

  • Manage stress
  • Get better sleep (7 to 9 hours of sleep)
  • Improve relationship satisfaction
  • Increase foreplay
  • Exercise regularly
  • Change diet
  • Maintain a healthy weight
  • Eliminate poor lifestyle habits

Alternative sexual health supplements

As a trusted sexual wellness brand, Promescent® offers low-libido solutions for men and women. VitaFLUX is clinically proven to improve erections in men. When women have taken the supplement, they’ve reported stronger and more frequent orgasms.

Should you buy Libido Gummies?

Libido-boosting gummies are safe to take for most people. But, before taking sex gummies, you want to rule out any underlying conditions that may cause low libido and weigh any risk factors.

Gummies can increase libido, stamina, and sexual satisfaction for some men and women, which makes them worth trying.

Takeaways

Libido gummies are a unique sexual health solution designed to increase libido in both men and women. These sex supplements use natural ingredients and aphrodisiacs to improve desire, satisfaction, and performance in the bedroom.

While sex gummies are safe for most people, side effects are possible. Always follow product directions, and stop taking the supplement if you experience an adverse reaction.

Low libido gummies are not a guaranteed treatment. Other factors such as poor mental or physical health can lead to low libido. Making lifestyle changes may be needed to treat an underlying issue.

If libido gummies don’t work, consider taking VitaFLUX to help boost your libido and increase sexual function.

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