Prime™ Time Female Libido Formula

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Primary Benefits of Prime™ Time:  Female Libido Formula*:

 

·         Supports healthy female libido (sexual interest and desire)

·         Promotes normal sexual arousal and intensity

·         Supports healthy physical response to sexual stimuli

·         Promotes sexual pleasure and performance

·         Supports normal sexual climax

·         May help to manage the effects of stress that reduce sexual drive

·         May help to enhance and stabilize mood

·         Supports normal blood flow to genital organs and tissues

·         Promotes normal nitric oxide production

·         Helps to maintain vaginal health

·         May help promote normal vaginal secretions

·         May help support energy and endurance during physical exertion

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Prime™ Time Female Libido Formula

What Makes Prime™ Time: Female Libido Formula Unique?

 

What is female libido? Today, women wear many different hats which can impact their libido. Exhaustion from work, taking care of children, stress (emotional or physical) and even medications can cause a low libido in women. Having too little sexual desire is the most common sexual issue among women, reported by 10 to 51 percent surveyed in various countries, and affecting an estimated 30 to 45 million women in the United States.

 

Female libido can be defined as the sexual instinct in women or psychic drive or energy. It’s a very complex and intricate ­­­process where a particular combination of hormones, social expectations, and physiological responses play certain roles in sexuality. The principal sex hormone in a woman’s body that is biologically active is testosterone. This is an androgen that is found in both males and females. All women are not the same, and many have experienced low sexual desire at some part of their lives. Pre- and post-menopausal women, for example, will experience a natural decrease in their libido because their bodies change since they are no longer in child bearing years. It can also occur for a woman around the time of her menses. A woman’s psychology also plays a very important role in a woman’s libido. Emotions can cause an increased or decreased libido. 

 

Market America’s Prime™ Time Female Libido Formula recognizes all aspects of a woman’s libido. It supports healthy female libido (sexual interest and desire), promotes normal sexual arousal and intensity, and supports healthy physical response to sexual stimuli. It may help to manage the effects of stress that reduce sexual drive and may help to enhance and stabilize mood. This multi-approach product aids in the enhancement of the f emale libido.*

Ingredients

Key Ingredients Found In Prime™ Time: Female Libido Formula:

 

Sensoril® Trim: 250 mg

Ashwagandha works as an adaptogen by helping to inhibit fatigue, boost energy and counteracts the negative effects of stress. Though the exact mechanisms by which ashwagandha works are unknown, it is thought to function by way of anxiolytic GABA-mimetic activity, which acts independently of GABA receptors. Independent of its adoptogen activities, ashwagandha has also been shown to promote normal nitric oxide synthase, which promotes the normal dilation of the blood vessels in the sensitive areas, helping to produce a normal orgasm. 

 

When you are stressed, your adrenal glands produce a hormone in excess called cortisol. Cortisol is highly toxic and attacks muscle mass, your organs, and diminish your strength. Adaptogenic herbs, such as Ashwagandha, help your body to produce normal levels of cortisol.  

  

Velvet Bean Extract: 250 mg

L-dopa, a constituent of velvet bean, is often given the credit for velvet bean’s sexual enhancing properties. Within the brain L-dopa is converted to dopamine, which acts as both a hormone and neurotransmitter that promotes the normal regulation of many functions within the brain. It is often associated with the ‘reward’ or ‘pleasure’ center of the brain, providing feelings of enjoyment. In regards to sex, dopamine release and neuron stimulation are believed to help promote normal sexual arousal and intensity.

  

Damiana: 200mg

Damiana has been hailed as an aphrodisiac and sexual stimulator since ancient times, particularly by the native peoples of Mexico. It has been shown to promote normal vasodilation. Though its exact mechanisms of action are unknown, damiana has been shown to bind to progesterone receptors, which may promote healthy estrogen levels in women. The result is the support of normal sexual drive and pleasure. Further, Damiana has demonstrated the ability to promote normal engorgement of sexual tissues to support sensitivity. 

 

 

Pueraria mirifica extract: 50 mg

Pueraria mirifica contains several phytoestrogens, such as miroestrol, deoxymiroestrol, daidzein, genistein, puerarin and mirificin. Miroestrol and deoxymiroestrol, both of which have been shown to exert much stronger estrogenic activity than those phytoestrogens in soy, are believed to be responsible for most of Pueraria mirifica’s activities. Pueraria mirifica has been shown to promote normal estrogenicity on vaginal tissue and promote normal vaginal wetness, and also vaginal comfort during sex. Pueraria mirifica extract may help promote normal vaginal secretions (promote normal wetness) and promote strength of the vaginal muscles to support a strong contraction. 

  

L-Histidine: 500 mg

L-Histidine is converted to histamine within the body. Histamine, a neurotransmitter, promotes normal vasodilation and smooth muscle contraction in the body, especially the genitalia muscles. It promotes normal nitric oxide synthesis, which is important for normal blood flow to parts of the body and normal sex hormone activity. Sexual climax (orgasm) is triggered when histamine is released from mast cells in the genitals and can produce sensations of intense warmth throughout the body. Lack of or difficulty in achieving sexual climax can be a sign of histapenia (histamine deficiency).

 

Warning:

If you are currently taking monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOI), Methyldopa, anti-platelet/anti-coagulant medications, or antipsychotic drugs, you should consult your physician before using this product. Women with a history of estrogen-sensitive cancers should not take this product. Take this supplement separately from prescription medications. If you are taking any other prescription drugs or have an ongoing medical condition, you should consult your physician before using this product. Women who are pregnant or nursing should not use this product.

Science

Scientific Studies Which Support Prime™ Time:  Female Libido Formula:

 

·         Bradmaev, V. and Majeed, M.  Ayurvedic adaptogens and “bioprotectants.” Nutrition Science News. 9, 1995.

·         Chandeying, V.  And Sangthawan, M.  Efficacy comparison of Pueraria mirifica (PM) against conjugated equine estrogen (CEE) with/without medroxyprogesterone acetate (MPA) in the treatment of climacteric symptoms in perimenopausal women: Phase III study.  Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand. 90(9): 1720-1726, 2007.

·         Collins, J.  Phytotherapeutic management of endocrine dysfunctions.  Nutri News. 8(1):1-8, 2006.

·         Devidze, N., et al. CNS arousal mechanisms bearing on sex and other biologically regulated behaviors. Physiology & Behavior. 88(3): 283-293, 2006.

·         Donoso, A. and Broitman, S.  Effects of a histamine synthesis inhibitor and antihistamines on the sexual behavior of female rats.  Psychopharmacology.  66(3): 251-255, 1979.

·         Esch, T. and Stefano, G.  The neurobiology of love.  Neuroendocrinology Letters. 26:175- 192, 2005.

·         Helmrick, L. and Reiser, C.  Aphrodisiac properties of Turnera diffusa. Journal of Undergraduate Research. 3: 109-113, 2000.

·         Komisaruk, B., et al. The Science of Orgasm. Maryland. Johns Hopkins University Press (JHU), 2006.

·         Meston, C. and Frohlich, P.  The neurobiology of sexual function.  Archives of General Psychiatry.  57: 1012-1030, 2000.

·         Quysner, A. and Blaustein, J.  A dopamine antagonist blocks vaginocervical stimulation-induced neuronal responses in the rat forebrain.  Brain Research.  921: 173-182, 2001. 

·         Bradmaev, V. and Majeed, M.  Ayurvedic adaptogens and “bioprotectants.” Nutrition Science News. 9, 1995.

·         Collins, J.  Phytotherapeutic management of endocrine dysfunctions.  Nutri News. 8(1):1-8, 2006.

·         Devidze, N., et al. CNS arousal mechanisms bearing on sex and other biologically regulated behaviors. Physiology & Behavior. 88(3): 283-293, 2006.

·         Donoso, A. and Broitman, S.  Effects of a histamine synthesis inhibitor and antihistamines on the sexual behavior of female rats.  Psychopharmacology.  66(3): 251-255, 1979.

·         Esch, T. and Stefano, G.  The neurobiology of love.  Neuroendocrinology Letters. 26:175- 192, 2005.

·         Komisaruk, B., et al. The Science of Orgasm. Maryland. Johns Hopkins University Press (JHU), 2006.

·         Meston, C. and Frohlich, P.  The neurobiology of sexual function.  Archives of General Psychiatry.  57: 1012-1030, 2000.

·         Quysner, A. and Blaustein, J.  A dopamine antagonist blocks vaginocervical stimulation-induced neuronal responses in the rat forebrain.  Brain Research.  921: 173-182, 2001. 

·         Archana, R. and Namasivayam, A. Antistressor effect of Withania somnifera. Journal of Ethnopharmacol. 64:91- 93, 1999.

·         Arda, H., et al.  Ashwagandha: The Indian ginseng for vitality and antioxidant protection.  Smart Publications. 2007. (http://www.smart-publications.com/overall_health/ashwagandha.php)

·         Bradmaev, V. and Majeed, M.  Ayurvedic adaptogens and “bioprotectants.” Nutrition Science News. 9, 1995.

·         Chandeying, V.  And Sangthawan, M.  Efficacy comparison of Pueraria mirifica (PM) against conjugated equine estrogen (CEE) with/without medroxyprogesterone acetate (MPA) in the treatment of climacteric symptoms in perimenopausal women: Phase III study.  Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand. 90(9): 1720-1726, 2007.

·         Esch, T. and Stefano, G.  The neurobiology of love.  Neuroendocrinology Letters. 26:175- 192, 2005.

·         Husain, G., et al.  Ethnopharmacological review of native traditional medicinal plants for brain disorders.  Pharmacognosy Reviews. 1(1): 19-28, 2007.

·         Mishra, L. and Singh, B. Scientific basis for the therapeutic use of Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha): a review.  Alternative Medicine Review.  5(4): 334-346, 2000.

·         Monograph.  Withania somnifera.  Alternative Medicine Review.  9(2): 211-214, 2004.

·         Muangman, V. and Cherdshewasart, D.  Clinical trial of the phytoestrogen-rich herb, Pueraria mirifica as a crude drug in the treatment of symptoms in menopausal women.  Siriraj Medical Journal.  53(5): 300- 309, 2001.

·         Suresh, K. and Anupam, S.  Apigenin: the anxiolytic constituent of Turnera aphrodisiaca.  Pharmaceutical Biology.  44(2): 84-90, 2006.

·         Arda, H., et al.  Ashwagandha: The Indian ginseng for vitality and antioxidant protection.  Smart Publications. 2007. (http://www.smart-publications.com/overall_health/ashwagandha.php)

·         Collins, J.  Phytotherapeutic management of endocrine dysfunctions.  Nutri News. 8(1):1-8, 2006.

·         Iuvone, T., et al. Induction of nitric oxide synthase expression by Withania somnifera in macrophages.  Life Sciences. 14: 1617-1625, 2003.

·         Li, H., et al.  Histamine upregulates gene expression of endothelial nitric oxide synthase in human vascular endothelial cells.  Circulation. 107: 2348-2354, 2003.

·         Monograph.  Withania somnifera.  Alternative Medicine Review.  9(2): 211-214, 2004.

·         Wong, B., et al.  H1 but not H2 histamine receptor activation contributes to the rise in skin blood flow during whole body heating in humans. The Journal of Physiology.  560(3): 941-948, 2004.

·         Yan, L., et al. Puerarin decreases serum total cholesterol and enhances thoracic aorta endothelial nitric oxide synthase expression in diet-induced hypercholesterolemic rats.  Life Sciences.  79(4): 324-330, 2006.

·         Chandeying, V.  And Sangthawan, M.  Efficacy comparison of Pueraria mirifica (PM) against conjugated equine estrogen (CEE) with/without medroxyprogesterone acetate (MPA) in the treatment of climacteric symptoms in perimenopausal women: Phase III study.  Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand. 90(9): 1720-1726, 2007.

·         Lamlertkittikul, S. and Chandeying, V. Efficacy and safety of Pueraria mirifica (Kwao Kruea Khao) for the treatment of vasomotor symptoms in perimenopausal women: Phase II study. Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand. 87(1): 33-40, 2004.

·         Manonai, J., et al.  Effect of Pueraria mirifica on vaginal health.  Menopause. 14(5): 919-924, 2007.

·         Muangman, V. and Cherdshewasart, D.  Clinical trial of the phytoestrogen-rich herb, Pueraria mirifica as a crude drug in the treatment of symptoms in menopausal women.  Siriraj Medical Journal.  53(5): 300- 309, 2001.

·         Bradmaev, V. and Majeed, M.  Ayurvedic adaptogens and “bioprotectants.” Nutrition Science News. 9, 1995.

·         Chandeying, V.  And Sangthawan, M.  Efficacy comparison of Pueraria mirifica (PM) against conjugated equine estrogen (CEE) with/without medroxyprogesterone acetate (MPA) in the treatment of climacteric symptoms in perimenopausal women: Phase III study.  Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand. 90(9): 1720-1726, 2007.

·         Singh, N., et al. Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha), a rejuvenating herbal drug which enhances survival during stress (an adaptogen).  Pharmaceutical Biology. 20(1): 29-35, 1982.

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions About Prime™ Time:  Female Libido Formula*:
 
How should I take Prime Time Female Libido Formula?

Prime Time Female Libido Formula should be taken on a daily basis. As the directions indicate, take two tablets daily.
 
Are there any warnings for this product?

Yes. If you are currently taking monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOI), Methyldopa, anti-platelet/anti-coagulant medications, or antipsychotic drugs, you should consult your physician before using this product. Women with a history of estrogen-sensitive cancers should not take this product. Take this supplement separately from prescription medications. If you are taking any other prescription drugs or have an ongoing medical condition, you should consult your physician before using this product. Women who are pregnant or nursing should not use this product.
 
When should I expect to notice results?
You should experience results in about four to six weeks. However, some women may be able to see results sooner. 
 
How does this product work?
Prime Time Female Libido Formula supports healthy female libido (sexual interest and desire), promotes normal sexual arousal and intensity, and supports healthy physical response to sexual stimuli. It may help to manage the effects of stress that reduce sexual drive and may help to enhance and stabilize mood. It also promotes normal nitric oxide production and helps to maintain vaginal health. This is a multi-approach product to promote and enhance the female libido. 
 
Are there other ways to improve my sexual health?
Of course, the best way to improve any aspect of your health is to eliminate bad habits, like smoking and excessive drinking, give yourself a better diet and exercise regularly. While you're working on healthier living overall, adding a female enhancement supplement can help support your sexual health.