Lost Nile secret reignites desire

What good is performance without desire?

I get asked about this at my Center for Health and Wellness by both men and women. Western drugs can help with the mechanics of an erection. But loss of desire is not something Western science is equipped to deal with.

During my trips to Africa I found herbs and plants the locals use as “aphrodisiacs” – something that increases your libido. They’ve been using them since antiquity, and I knew I wanted to investigate further.

Today I want to show you some of what I found on my most recent trip that can reignite passion – completely naturally.

Drug companies want you to think they have this covered. Just look at their commercials. They show men and women having fun together as couples. They stare longingly into each others’ eyes… and your brain associates their drug with this environment of “desire.”

But drugs don’t create desire. Those are actors. Most doctor recommendations do nothing to increase desire. What good is the ability to have intimacy without the “feel good” part?

Fortunately, nature has provided us with effective, natural solutions to the feeling of lost desire and lower libido.

While I was in Africa, I decided to find out which are known to work and which are old wives’ tales. I set out to talk to herbalists, pour over the available research, and ask all the questions I could.

I was happy to find that many of the herbs I heard about really do increase sexual desire. One that you can get but almost no one in the West knows about is the sacred blue lotus…

When archaeologists opened the tomb of King tut in 1922, they found him covered in Nymphaea caerulea – sacred blue lily.

The blue lotus or blue water lily

was used in ancient Egypt as a key to good health, sex and rebirth. It gives you a relaxing, euphoric sensation. It puts the good in “feel good.”

Stealing power from the gods

The chemical makeup of the Sacred Blue Lily hides a secret that many companies would prefer I not reveal…

It’s been known as an aphrodisiac for so long that the word “nymph” is in its scientific name.

The sacred blue lotus has quite a few components that give your body a boost.

It has quercetin, a known performance enhancer, and beta-sitosterol,1 which improves a natural desire for sex.*

Here’s something almost no one knows, and that many companies would prefer I kept quiet…

The chemical makeup of the blue lotus is what many of today’s aphrodisiacs are based on.

You see, the lotus’ chemical structure involves phosphodiester bonds. Synthetic phosphodiesterases are the active ingredients that support healthy male virility.*

To use the “nymph” lily, there are two things to remember:

  1. You can get the dried stamens, the most prized part of the lotus, from specialty shops and from online herb suppliers like alibaba.com.
  1. However, many sellers try to pass off nelumbo nucifera as sacred blue lily. Don’t be fooled: nymphaea caerulea is what you are looking for.

It’s so good at reigniting desire that I’ve already put the purest extracted form of the sacred blue lily into a new formula I use with my patients right now.

1. Agnihotri V, Elsohly H, Khan S, Smillie T, Khan I, Walker L. “Antioxidant constituents of Nymphaea caerulea flowers.” Phytochemistry. 2008 Jul;69(10):2061-6.