3 reasons you don’t want sex.

Often the reasons for experiencing low libido isn’t what you would think.

Often the reasons for experiencing low libido isn’t what you would think.

In fact, it’s far more complex. More over, we can blame ourselves incorrectly for simply not being a ‘randy person’. Let’s be honest, if your body is not functioning correctly physically, or you’re stressed, anxious or having a tough time in life; sex isn‘t really a priority of the physical or emotional body.

It’s time to get to the root of the cause – no pun intended – of why you may not be ‘chomping at the bit’ for sex. And better yet, let’s see if we can help you change this.

 

Digestion

Digestion is the pivot of health in the body, as you may well know considering we remind everyone of this, constantly! Yet we do so, because it is so often over looked.

Without energy, one can’t expect to have a sensational sex drive. Because let’s face it, sex requires energy. And lots of it!

So if your digestive system isn’t firing, nor will your energy.

Our Sex Tea, despite what one may presume; addresses digestive health as a priority. The herbs aid in stimulating the digestive system so that it can begin to function effectively (as a start) and from here, generate the energy to your body it intends to.

 

Qi

“Qi” is a Chinese word, used in Traditional Chinese Medicine, which can be loosely explained as your energy, soul, reason for being; basically everything minus blood and bone in your body. Your Qi often cops an absolute beating from things out of our control. External influences such stress, anxiety, even pollution and the food we eat; all impact our Qi.

When our Qi is low – we physically feel low of energy. Sex requires a lot of Qi – a bit like petrol needed to start a car.

In layman’s terms; Qi is energy. And when the energy isn’t flowing the way it’s meant to, it becomes blocked and builds up in one area. Like your mind, which, unfortunately partners tend to bear the brunt of…
Other times it builds up into a physical response. You may have an injury, muscle tension, a build up somewhere. The neck and the hips tend to be the epicenter of this build up and where a lot of emotional energy is stored. Do you crack your neck? Stagnant Qi.

Getting your Qi right can be a case of exploring the your emotional, physically and energetic self. You are the best person to touch base with yourself and feel where the disconnect or blockage in Qi is coming from.

 

Kidneys

From a Chinese Medicine perspective we focus a lot on the energy of the kidneys to support good hormone balance. Your hormones are responsible for sending off the signals from your senses in response to your surroundings. Yi Zhi Jian benefits the kidneys, to help ‘zip’ up any issues down there, like a zipper on your jeans! Think incontinence or premature ejaculation – because these symptoms from a TCM standpoint tell us that the kidney energy is weak. And with weak kidney energy comes poor libido.

Rou Cong Rong (sounds randy, yep! ) is also indicated for the same reasons as Yi Zhi Jian. It helps to support the kidneys but it goes one step further and helps to support good blood circulation (kind of an important factor to overcome any ‘flacid’ implications). This helps you ‘come’ to the party so to speak, and ensure that everything is flowing as it should be, down there.

So now you can see, it’s a little more complex. However as you can also see – there are solutions.

Sex Tea is your answer to unlocking that sex drive. Oysters are so 1990.

Sex Tea

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Sometimes we're just not 'feeling it'. So - our Sex Tea is here to let you. A helping hand in the form of tasty tea leaves and herbs can never go astray... either in a cup or between the sheets.

Comments

  • Dissucks

    oohhh! so I haven’t been asexual since puberty (30 years), I just haven’t had any #sex tea to drink. Well silly me.

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