Sexual Healing

 
   

Sexual Alchemy and Kundalini Energy

Sex is a concept that completely dominates the collective psyche. Some would argue that this is completely natural, that it’s simply an everyday aspect of life in which most living creatures partake. And it’s true; our bodies were made to procreate. However, sex has moved a long way from the simple objective of procreation, and our desire for it has been taken advantage of in many ways.

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Viagra is a multi-billion dollar blockbuster drug, but it has serious side effects. Thankfully evidence-based natural alternatives abound ...

Erectile dysfunction is no trivial matter. In fact, Dr. Mercola correctly labelLed it 'the canary in the trousers,' insofar as dysfunction 'where it counts' reflects body-wide endothelial dysfunction, a well-known precursor to cardiovascular disease.

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10 Best Herbs for Boosting Female Sex Drive

Maybe you haven’t felt the urge in a while. Perhaps it just hasn’t felt as good as it used to. It could be stress, or it could be something more. When it comes to boosting your sex drive, the topic may seem a bit taboo to discuss. Regardless, a healthy sex life is important for reducing stress, building a healthy relationship with your partner, and improving overall wellbeing. Diet and exercise offer the best solutions for stimulating sexual desire; but if you need a little boost, turn to these 10 herbs for help.

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Sex in the second half of life

Sexuality is not just for the young. Results from a University of Chicago survey published in 2007 suggested that over half of Americans remain sexually active well into their 70s. That said, sexual activity does subside with age. Biological factors tug in that direction, as do social arrangements: older people, especially women, often end up single when a spouse or partner dies. But researchers at Indiana University report that 20% to 30% of long-lived Americans are sexually active into their 80s.

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