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Irwin Naturals Concentrated Maca Root and Ashwagandha -- 75 Liquid Softgels

Irwin Naturals Concentrated Maca Root and Ashwagandha
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Irwin Naturals Concentrated Maca Root and Ashwagandha -- 75 Liquid Softgels

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Irwin Naturals Concentrated Maca Root and Ashwagandha Description

  • A Powerful Combination of Maca Root, Ashwagandha, Beet Root, Damiana, MCT Oil and More
  • Plus Red Ginseng

For most, the "optimal you" involves feeling motivated, balanced and sexually vibrant. With that in mind, we created this powerful formula designed to nourish your sex drive and help you maintain an active sex life.


Concentrated Maca Root and Ashwagandha is a specialized blend of ingredients to help boost your feelings of sexual vitality. Central to this formula is Maca Root, an adaptogen commonly known as "Peruvian Ginseng" and revered for its harmonizing, nourishing and strengthening effects that Maca can support sexual desire.


In this comprehensive formula, Maca Root is combined with botanicals including Ashwagandha, Damiana, Horny Goat Weed (Epimedium), Tribulus and Ginseng - all having histories of use in sexual-enhancement formulas.


To complement the actions of these botanicals we also added nourishing ingredients such as Beet Root and MCT Oil.


This product can be used to help you maintain a balanced and sexually vibrant life, or as needed to maximize desire.


(Adult) For daily maintenance, take four (4) Liquid Soft-Gels per day in divided doses, with meals and a full glass (8 oz) of water. For a more immediate response prior to intimacy, take four (4) Liquid Soft-Gels one hour before activity. Do not take more than four (4) Liquid Soft-Gels in one day.
Free Of
Added preservatives.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 4 Liquid Softgels
Servings per Container: 18
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Flaxseed Oil1600 mg*
Maca powder (gelatinized) (root)1500 mg*
Medium Chain Triglyceride (MCT) Oil1000 mg*
Tribulus extract (10:1) (seed)300 mg*
Beet powder (root)200 mg*
Epimedium (Epimedium sagittatum) Horny Goat Weed extract (8:1) (aerial)150 mg*
Ashwagandha powder (root)100 mg*
Cayenne powder (fruit)60 mg*
Damiana (Turnera diffusa) extract (4:1) (leaf)40 mg*
Red Ginseng (Panax ginseng) extract (7% ginsenosides, 1.4 mg) (root)20 mg*
BioPerine Complex
BioPerine® Black Pepper extract (95% piperine)(fruit), Ginger extract (5% gingerols) (rhizome)
6 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, purified water, glycerin, beeswax, caramel color, annatto (color), soy lecithin, St. Johns bread (carob) (color), silicon dioxide, titanium dioxide (color) and maltodextrin.

This product contains ingredient(s) that may affect blood pressure and/or heart conditions. Check with your doctor before using this product and engaging in activity, if you are using medication or have any medical conditions. Do not use if you may become pregnant, are pregnant or nursing. Do not exceed recommended daily intake. Not intended for use by persons under 18.

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7 Things That Could be Hurting Your Libido (and How to Fix Them)

When it comes to libido, it can be high or low based on several factors. As much as you might want to have sex, it doesn’t always happen. And unfortunately, if the desire to get intimate with your partner becomes routine—where you’re not making time for each other in that way for weeks or months—it could stress your relationship and create a disconnect.

Example of Low Libido in Woman Causing Issues Between Couple Having an Argument in Their Bedroom |

Plus, sex is fun! So, there’s no reason to give it up when you could be enjoying it regularly. If your libido has plummeted, look to these various factors, all of which could be lowering your urge. With a few easy solutions, you’ll be hopping into bed in no time!

7 Possible Causes of Low Libido 

1. Stress

“We are never without some form of stress in our lives, but an overabundance can put a damper on your sex life,” says sex and relationship expert Megan Stubbs, EdD, ACS. Try to see what you can take off of your plate to lessen the burden it puts on your relationship in order to make time for sex and to feel more often in the mood. That means, maybe hire a babysitter for weekends or ask for help on a time-consuming project at work. And try to manage stress through healthy habits, like yoga and meditation.

2. Lack of satisfaction

If you aren't receiving the pleasure you want with your partner, chances are you aren't going to be too eager to get under those sheets. And that can totally lower your libido. Yet, this can be fixed! “If you find yourself in the place where you are faking your orgasms with your partner, take a step back and have an honest conversation with them,” says Stubbs. Provide a few tips, explaining what you like in bed in order to make the experience better.

3. Poor body image

“If you aren't feeling confident in the skin you live in, chances are that its hurting your intimacy. You may feel more reticent about how your partner may perceive you and just shut down the entire idea of sex before it even gets brought up,” says Stubbs. Instead, try to see yourself through your partner's eyes (they likely find you beautiful and sexy!), and spend some time alone with your body to show it appreciate and self-love.

“Consider making a gratitude list for your body and feel free to refer to it whenever you're feeling like you’re less than,” says Stubbs. Once you rock that confidence and feel sexy yourself, your libido will skyrocket.

4. The wrong diet

Poor food choices can definitely influence your desire to have sex. “For example, really heavy and fatty foods with a lot of saturated fat, like bacon, steak or fried foods, can make you feel lethargic or bloated. As a result, your desire to have sex can diminish,” says Natalie Rizzo, MS, RD. The same goes for foods that make you gassy, such as beans or cruciferous vegetables, like cabbage, broccoli, or cauliflower, she adds.

“While these are considered ‘healthy’ foods, they may cause gas and stomach irritability in some people, which may decrease your sex drive,” she says. So, eat them and enjoy, but in moderate doses, and if you’re looking to have sex on a given night, eat something else before!

5. Depression or anxiety

If you are depressed or dealing with high anxiety, there is a strong likelihood that it is impacting your sex life, too, making you more sad and distant and unable to connect with your partner. “Seek out a therapist to confirm the diagnosis and talk to them about steps you can take to help with the symptoms. Talk to them about your sex life, as well, because some medications used in the treatment of depression can actually hinder your sex drive,” says Stubbs. If it’s due to medication, see if there’s another solution that won’t have such an impact.

6. Lack of sleep

Sleeping keeps your mind and body balanced, so if you’re not getting enough hours (aim for 7 to 8 nightly), then you could end up too tired to have sex and maybe even feel cranky or irritable. The solution? Hit the hay early. (And try to have sex before, perhaps!) “Make sure you prioritize sleep and get eight hours so that the body can reset and the hormones can re-regulate to best support the libido,” says Jenni Skyler, PhD, LMFT and CST, AASECT certified sex therapist, sexologist and licensed marriage and family therapist for 

7. A sedentary lifestyle

Working out keeps you active and healthy, with studies showing you'll be more likely to desire sex and have better sexual function. “Make sure you prioritize exercise for at least 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week. Three days a week, try to get the heart rate and sweat going to stimulate hormone production to support the libido,” says Skyler. Since endorphins are released during workouts, that translates over to the bedroom, putting you in a good mood and ready to have sex.


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